This new book by Marcello Abbrescia, Vladimir Peskov and Paulo Fonte covers operational principles, latest achievements and a growing list of applications.
Kolanoski and Wermes' new book is a reference for lectures on experimental methods for postgraduate students, writes our reviewer.
Silicon pixel detectors for particle tracking have blossomed into a vast array of beautiful creations that have driven numerous discoveries, with no signs of the advances slowing down.
The tracking systems of the ATLAS, LHCb and CMS experiments are undergoing complete replacements to prepare for the extreme operating conditions of future LHC runs.
The recently installed, upgraded ALICE inner tracking system is the largest pixel detector ever built and the first at the LHC to use monolithic active pixel sensors.
SND@LHC and FASERv are set to make the first measurements of collider neutrinos, while opening new searches for physics beyond the Standard Model.
More than 200 experts participated in a workshop to study alternatives to the harmful chlorofluorocarbons which play an important role in traditional gas mixtures.
Experiments such as MADMAX, IAXO and ALPS II are expanding the search for axions and other weakly interacting ‘slim’ particles that could hail from far above the TeV scale.
After two years of intense work, accelerator physicists are cooling the LHC to operational temperatures and eyeing the final stretch of the road to Run 3.
Experimentalists and theorists met from 16 to 19 November for the eighth workshop of the LHC's long-lived particles community.