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China’s bid for a circular electron–positron collider Jun 1, 2018

Physicists in China have completed a conceptual design report for a 100 km-circumference collider that, in conjunction with a possible linear collider in Japan, would open a new era for high-energy physics in Asia.

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Latest issue

CERN Courier
June 2018
Volume 58 Issue 5

Features

CERN thinks bigger

“What is the origin of the universe? This very simple question lies at the heart of all your work and forms the basis of the ambitions for the Future Circular Collider study.” – José van Dijck, president of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.

China’s bid for a circular electron–positron collider

Physicists in China have completed a conceptual design report for a 100 km-circumference collider that, in conjunction with a possible linear collider in Japan, would open a new era for high-energy physics in Asia.

CERN’s prowess in nothingness

A constant flow of challenging projects, a wealth of in-house expertise and the freedom to explore ideas make CERN a unique laboratory for vacuum technology for particle physics and beyond.

Regulars

Faces and places

Tanaka to head SLAC neutrino group  • SESAME appoints technical director  • Four winners of 2018 Edison Volta Prize  • Accelerator awards presented at IPAC  • Panjab University honours Virdee  • Kaplan wins for Particle Fever  • Brazil signs up to IPPOG collaboration  • CERN: Science Bridging Cultures  • ALICE marks quarter century  • Accelerator aficionados meet in Vancouver  • The history and future of the PHYSTAT series  • Antimatter research leaps ahead  • FCC presents at tunnel congress  •

Obituaries

Enzo Bertolini 1932–2017 •  Ferdinand Hahn 1959–2018 •  Vincenzo Palmieri 1962–2018 •  Richard Taylor 1929–2018

Bookshelf

The Cosmic Web • Calorimetry: Energy Measurement in Particle Physics (2nd edition) • In Praise of Simple Physics: The Science and Mathematics behind Everyday Questions • The Black Book of Quantum Chromodynamics: A Primer for the LHC Era • What is Quantum Information?

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