Held in Trieste, Italy, the second annual meeting of the I.FAST project hosted passionate discussion about the progress in machine learning and in superconducting materials.
The 2023 Enrico Fermi Prize of the Italian Physical Society (SIF) has been awarded to Massimo Ferrario, Lucio Rossi and Frank Zimmermann for their outstanding contributions to accelerator technologies.
The FCC Week 2023 brought together more than 470 collaborators from all over the world to plan the submission of the project’s mid-term review to the CERN's Council.
Sound advancements made on the HL-LHC IT String as key equipment is now installed on the metallic platform.
The EU-funded project HEARTS aims at providing access to high-energy heavy ion radiation testing facilities for space exploitation and space exploration.
Capable of better tracking the position of cold masses inside their cryostat, the new technique tested at Fermilab will equip all the HL-LHC's triplet quadrupoles and crab cavities.
A new FCC-ee collaboration is another attempt to minimise energy consumption by replacing normal conducting sectors with high-temperature-superconducting ones, all within the same cost envelope.
As the CERN Accelerator School turns 40, its former director, Hermann Schmickler, tells us how the school evolved into a modern institution.
Started in March, the MuCol programme will help selecting the next large collider to be built in Europe.