The CAS organised a grand event at CERN to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of this previous educational community.
Over the past 40 years, CAS has played a significant role in the advancement of accelerator science and technology and continues to be an important resource.
Aimed at introducing high-school students to the benefits of particle physics for society and medical applications, the Particle Therapy MasterClass just opened registration for its 2023 edition.
To be renewed next summer, I.FAST project’s yearly student challenge explored environmental and societal applications of accelerator technology.
Held in November, the 2022 Advanced Course on Accelerator Physics brought a challenging year for the CERN Accelerator School to a close.
This unique online course gives students an overview of particle accelerators, their uses, as well as basic notions of electromagnetism, special relativity, radiofrequencies and magnetism.
In September, 70 physicists, engineers and technicians gathered in Kaunas, Lithuania, to learn the basics of accelerators physics and technology.
A team of scientists and a games specialist have designed ‘Diamond: The Game’, a board game developed to give secondary school students a chance to explore a broad range of STEM scientific careers and subjects.
From 9th to 13th May 2022, CERN Accelerator School students finally went back off-screen to learn more about the basics of general accelerator physics and technology
Developed specifically for the CERN Open Days, the activity aimed to explain the role of power converters in particle accelerators in a fun way.