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How dark matter became a particle Apr 13, 2017

Over time, an increasing number of particle physicists became interested in the problem of dark matter, partly driven by new scientific results but also by sociological changes.

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Efficient ODE Set-up and Results Processing for Particle Trajectory Simulation

This webinar addresses practical computational issues in discrete calculations of the path of charged or multipole particles in electric and magnetic fields.
Dr Doug Craigen, Team Leader, Testing and Benchmarking, Integrated Engineering Software
6 December 2016
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Latest issue

CERN Courier
May 2017
Volume 57 Issue 4

Features

Euclid to pinpoint nature of dark energy

Due for launch in 2020, ESA’s Euclid probe will track galaxies and large areas of sky to find the cause of the cosmic acceleration.

How dark matter became a particle

Over time, an increasing number of particle physicists became interested in the problem of dark matter, partly driven by new scientific results but also by sociological changes.

Physics at its limits

A 100 km-circumference collider would address many of the outstanding questions in modern particle physics.

Doubting darkness

An interview with Erik Verlinde, who argues that dark matter is an illusion caused by an incomplete understanding of gravity.

Regulars

Faces & Places

• André Lagarrigue Prize 2016 • CERN communications make the grade • Hidden Figures premiered • A wealth of new results at Moriond • Madagascar event marks 15 years • Celebrating 90 years of quantum mechanics • Physics at the intensity frontier • CLIC looks to the future • RuPAC16 demonstrates international outlook • Visits

Obituaries

• Ludwig Faddeev 1934–2017 • Victor Kryshkin 1939–2017 • Heinrich Leutz 1928–2017

Bookshelf

• Challenges and Goals for Accelerators in the XXI Century • Big Data: Storage, Sharing, and Security • Books received

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High pumping performance in a compact package

The NEXTorr is an ideal solution in a broad range of high and ultrahigh vacuum applications where space and performance are key. A white paper from SAES Getters.


Dramatically improve compute-intense applications in the supercomputing cloud

A practical guide to high-performance computing with COMSOL Multiphysics and Microsoft HPC Server.


Four approaches enable gap-free acquisition of continuous and triggered signals

Numerous test scenarios require gap-free or continuous acquisition of digitized data for minutes, hours or days.


Modelling and analysis of acoustic emissions and structural vibration in a wind turbine

The onshore wind turbine industry must overcome many technical, commercial, and environmental difficulties.


Multiphysics simulation software

The fusion of faster hardware and smarter algorithms opens up new opportunities for multiphysics modelling and simulation of the real world.


Agilent Technologies New Application Note Describes How to Reveal Greater Detail in Waveform Measurements

A white paper from Agilent Technologies.