CERN Courier: March 2014
A look at some unexpected results from proton–lead collisions.
The PSI2013 workshop focused on fundamental symmetries and interactions.
The start of the LAA project in 1986 propelled electronics at CERN into a new era.
A report from a meeting in Bern on the interactions of antimatter with gravity.
• Prize time in the US, Japan and Europe • Honorary doctorates for Nobel laureates • Indonesia and Bangladesh strengthen ties with CERN • Hoisting the Israeli flag • CALTECH celebrates 50th anniversary of quark prediction • IPAC 2014 to take place in Dresden • CERN’s first accelerator • Visits
• Franco Selleri (1936–2013) • Erik Uggerhøj (1931–2014)
• Pontecorvo and neutrino physics • Neutrinoless double beta decay
• Varenna School on Grid and Cloud Computing – Concepts and Practical Applications • Americas Workshop on Linear Colliders
• Einstein’s Physics: Atoms, Quanta, and Relativity – Derived, Explained, and Appraised • Science, Religion, and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence • The Theory of the Quantum World: Proceedings of the 25th Solvay Conference on Physics • Books received