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CERN Courier: June 2016

Cover of CERN Courier Volume 56 Issue 5

Features

CERN’s IT gears up to face the challenges of LHC Run 2

Complex collision events challenge computing requirements.

Data preservation is a journey

Taking on the challenge of preserving "digital memory".

NA62: CERN’s kaon factory

The experiment is fully in the data-taking period.

Particle flow in CMS

Algorithm aims to identify and fully reconstruct particles.

AugerPrime looks to the highest energies

The world’s largest cosmic-ray experiment, the Pierre Auger Observatory, is embarking on its next phase, named AugerPrime.

Regulars

Interactions & Crossroads

• Planning the route for new APPEC road map • FCC Week 2016 showcases progress and challenges • A successful year for SEENET-MTP • Events calendar

Faces & Places

• The Joint Institute for Nuclear Research turns 60 • Federico Antinori elected as the new ALICE spokesperson • The first Guido Altarelli Award • Philippe Lebrun receives Mendelssohn Award • Five years of synchrotron light in ALBA • Globe of Science and Innovation reopens

Obituaries

• Valerio Gracco 1940–2015 • Berend Kuiper 1930–2016 • David C Rahm 1927–2016 • Bruno Zotter 1932–2015

Bookshelf

• Melting Hadrons, Boiling Quarks: From Hagedorn Temperature to Ultra-Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions at CERN. With a Tribute to Rolf Hagedorn • Unifying Physics of Accelerators, Lasers and Plasmas • Books received