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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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CERN Courier: September 2017

Cover of CERN Courier Volume 57 Issue 7

Features

Powering the field forward

High-field superconducting magnets continue to drive accelerators.

Unique magnets

Giant superconducting magnets for experiments are one of a kind.

Souped up RF

Niobium cavities vital for LHC upgrade, future colliders and X-rays.

Get on board with EASITrain

New superconductivity training network to develop key skills.

ITER’s massive magnets enter production

Niobium-tin conductors on a massive scale.

Superconductors and particle physics entwined

Particle physics and the superconductor industry’s long marriage.

Taming high-temperature superconductivity

After 30 years, a theory is within reach for high-T superconductors.

Regulars

Faces & Places

• IOP awards for 2017 announced • Flerov prize for superheavy elements • DUNE breaks ground underground • Langevin-Joliot travels back in time • 10th anniversary of the ERC • Brookhaven marks seven rich decades • Venice EPS event showcases the best of HEP • A quarter century of DIS workshops • HEPTech helps transform ideas into innovations • Joint CAS and MAX IV lab course • Visits

Obituaries

• Vinod Chohan 1949–2017 • Satoshi Ozaki 1929–2017 • Yassen Stanislavov Stanev 1962–2017

Bookshelf

• Anomaly! Collider Physics and the Quest for New Phenomena at Fermilab • Supersymmetry, Supergravity, and Unification • Books received

From the September 1974 issue

• Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory • Proton radiography • Compiler's Note