Theorists from the entire spectrum of high-energy physics convened to sketch a decadal vision in advance of the Snowmass Community Summer Study in Seattle this July.
Physicists gathered to discuss machine-learning methods applied to detect signals from gravitational-waves.
The 5th FCC Physics Workshop saw advances in the physics capabilities and detector R&D for the proposed Future Circular Collider.
In December, a memorial symposium was held in Rome to celebrate the life and scientific contributions of Bruno Touschek.
The hybrid event highlighted the ongoing achievements of CERN's n_TOF facility and its nuclear science and applications.
The 30th International Symposium on Lepton Photon Interactions at High Energies covered major topics at the precision frontier and gave a glimpse of a vibrant future.
The third edition of CERN South Asian High Energy Physics Instrumentation (SAHEPI) workshop demonstrated the growth of the community in the region.
Theorists and experimentalists met at CERN in October to discuss new detector concepts and theoretical approaches to search for a cosmological gravitational-wave background.
Preparations are under way for a next-generation heavy-ion experiment for Run 5 of the LHC and beyond.
The structure was designed to stimulate sew insights, dialogue and collaboration between AI specialists, scientists, philosophers and ethicists.