An ambitious upgrade of the US flagship X-ray free-electron laser rests on sustained cooperation with high-energy physics labs in the US, Europe and Japan.
The 6th edition of the International Summer School on Intelligent Signal Processing for Frontier Research and Industry covered a diverse range of applications.
CLOUD's discovery of a new mechanism accelerating the formation of aerosol particles in the upper troposphere has potential implications for air-pollution regulations.
This webinar is available to watch now, presented by SLAC accelerator physicist Pantaleo Raimondi.
Rama Calaga describes the latest progress in building the superconducting radio-frequency “crab” cavities that will increase the probability of collisions at the High-Luminosity LHC.
An exhaustive programme of work spanning mechanical repairs and upgrades prepares the CERN vacuum systems for more luminous beam operations ahead.
The hybrid event highlighted the ongoing achievements of CERN's n_TOF facility and its nuclear science and applications.
CERN vacuum experts explore the critical role that surface modification plays in large-scale vacuum systems.
CERN’s vacuum groups has completed an intense period of activity during LS2 to prepare the accelerator complex for more luminous operations.
Head of the KIT Vacuum Lab, Christian Day, discusses the importance of an integrated approach to vacuum system development in which modelling, simulation and experimental validation all work in tandem...