We asked the Data Quality Monitoring teams of the four major LHC experiments to present the tools they are using and how the DQM is organized to fit the specifications of each detector.
LHC experiments have released a portion of its data to the public for use in education and outreach as part of CERN's policy of openness.
Last month, the High Energy and Particle Physics division of the European Physical Society announced the 2015 prizes for outstanding contributions in the field of high energy physics.
On Saturday 7 March, two of the LHC experiments saw proton beams for the first time after a two-year stop
Radiation imaging pixel detector chips used in the LHC experiments paved the way for two new devices to fly on the first test flight of NASA’s Orion spacecraft.
It has been a long road for the ALICE LS1 team that now focuses on re-commissioning and calibration of the detector before the start of Run 2
The ALICE experiment presents its plans for an upgraded TPC to fully exploit the increase of the luminosity of the LHC in Run3.
On 3rd September 2014, four ALICE physicists received the prestigious Lise Meitner Prize 2014 from the European Physics Society for their outstanding contributions to the development of heavy ion physics.
The ALICE collaboration is now seeking to upgrade the detector and enhance its physics capabilities to cope with the new LHC energy and luminosity frontiers.
ALICE collaboration has been busy with the LS1 shutdown work as well as upgrade preparations and a lot has been achieved during this year.
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