Communication, Outreach (ACO)

From November 2018, Accelerating News has been offering a platform to share best practices in communication and outreach for particle accelerators. Originally an action point from the first ARIES Accelerator Communication and Outreach Workshop (5-6 November 2018), this category aims to bring together news and reports of communication activities from labs all over Europe.

31st International Linear Accelerator Conference LINAC2022 delivered in Liverpool

The conference provided a unique opportunity to hear about the latest advances in research and developments on linear accelerators and their applications.

Issue 41
09 September, 2022

The CERN Accelerator School goes to Lithuania for the Introductory course

In September, 70 physicists, engineers and technicians gathered in Kaunas, Lithuania, to learn the basics of accelerators physics and technology.

Issue 41
05 September, 2022

Board game developed by scientists is winning plaudits for inspiring students to consider STEM careers

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.

Issue 41
01 September, 2022

CERN Accelerator School is back in presence with the Basic course

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

Issue 40
03 June, 2022

The upcoming CERN Accelerator School courses for 2022 are now open for registration!

This year, the CERN Accelerator School (CAS) offers the full series of training courses on accelerator physics and associated technologies.

Issue 39
01 March, 2022

Enhancing the training of the next generation of researchers

Expert workshop provided participants with an in-depth overview of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Doctoral Networks scheme.

Issue 38
01 December, 2021

Master Class captivates the next generation of scientists

CERN, DKFZ Heidelberg and GSI Darmstadt engage the next generation of scientists through a hands-on experience on particle therapy.

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11 July, 2019

A report from the Heavy Ion Therapy Masterclass School

The Heavy Ion Masterclass (HITM) school that took place from the 17-21 of May 2021. This full-week course was the first event of the EU co-funded HITRIplus project (Heavy Ion Therapy Research Integration).

Issue 37
23 July, 2021

How many points to direct the particle beam to collision?

Developed specifically for the CERN Open Days, the activity aimed to explain the role of power converters in particle accelerators in a fun way.

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20 October, 2019