CERN’s diverse fixed-target programme is playing an increasingly important role in the search for new physics.
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.
With telescopes at the South Pole and in the Chilean Atacama Desert, the newly endorsed CMB-S4 observatory will exceed the capabilities of earlier experiments by more than an order of magnitude.
The existence of heavy neutral leptons could solve the key observational shortcomings of the Standard Model, and such particles might be within reach of current and proposed experiments.
An exhaustive programme of work spanning mechanical repairs and upgrades prepares the CERN vacuum systems for more luminous beam operations ahead.
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...
ITER vacuum-section leader Robert Pearce describes the latest progress with one of the largest and most complex vacuum systems ever built.
State-of-the-art ultrahigh-vacuum technologies underpin the 3 GeV electron storage ring of Sweden's MAX IV light source.