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Pixels make for perfect particle tracking in ALICE Jul 8, 2008

The silicon pixel detector in ALICE has an important role to play in demanding conditions at the LHC


ALICE: The heavy-ion challenge Sep 19, 2008

Jürgen Schukraft discusses how the ALICE detector has evolved over two decades.


A new focus on forward muons for the ALICE upgrade programme Nov 20, 2013

The ALICE experiment, with its state-of-the-art detection systems, produced a wealth of results during Run 1 of the LHC (2009–2013) – driving a new impetus in the field of heavy-ion collisions. While Run 2 (2015–2017) will see the consolidation and completion…


Faces and Places Jun 7, 2006

The 2006 April meeting of the American Physical Society (APS), held in Dallas, Texas, saw several prizes bestowed on physicists for outstanding contributions in high-energy physics. Sergio Ferrara of CERN, Dan Freedman of the Massachusetts Institute of…


ALICE looks to the skies Jul 18, 2012

One of big experiments at the LHC, and its intriguing observations.


ALICE through the phase transition Oct 30, 2000

While proton-proton collisions will be the principal diet of CERN's LHC machine, heavy-ion collisions will also be on the menu. The ALICE experiment will be ready and waiting.


Pulling the trigger on LHC electronics Jan 25, 2001

The conditions at CERN's Large Hadron Collider pose severe challenges for the designers and builders of front-end, trigger and data acquisition electronics. A recent workshop reviewed the encouraging progress so far and discussed what remains to be done.…


ALICE looks to the skies (part II) Nov 13, 2015

The ALICE experiment, designed for the LHC heavy-ion programme, is particularly well-suited for the detection and study of very high-energy cosmic events. The apparatus is located in a cavern 52 m underground, with 28 m of overburden rock, offering excellent…


First ions for ALICE and rings for LHCb Oct 30, 2009

Injection tests on 25–29 September delivered heavy ions for the first time to the threshold of the LHC. Particles were extracted from the Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) and transported along the TI2 and TI8 transfer lines towards the LHC, before being…


NA60: in hot pursuit of thermal dileptons Oct 30, 2009

Measurements reveal the thermal origin of dileptons in nuclear collisions at SPS energies.


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