ATLAS News

ATLAS physicist wins L'Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science award

12th March 2015 – Rajaâ Cherkaoui El Moursli is one of the five laureates of the L'Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science Awards this year.

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ATLAS' Higgs ML Challenge Data Open to Public

5th March 2015 – The dataset from the ATLAS Higgs Machine Learning Challenge has been released on the CERN Open Data Portal.

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Winners of the ATLAS Thesis Awards Announced

27th February 2015 – Six PhD students were announced as the winners of the ATLAS Thesis Awards 2014 from 28 nominations received. The winners – Andrew Chisholm, Kun Liu, Marcus Morgenstern, Priscilla Pani, Dennis Perepelitsa, and James Saxon – were given certificates and an engraved glass model of the ATLAS detector during a ceremony on 19 February 2015 at CERN, Geneva.

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Second ATLAS PhD Grants

23rd February 2015 – The recipients of the second ATLAS PhD Grant were announced last week. The three young ATLAS physicists – Danijela Bogavac, Silvia Fracchia, and Declan Millar – were given certificates at a small ceremony at CERN, Geneva.

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ATLAS Muon Big Wheel

Handing In the ATLAS Keys

8th December 2014 – After completing more than 250 work packages concerning the whole detector and experimental site, the ATLAS and CERN teams involved with Long Shutdown 1 (LS1) operations are now wrapping things up before starting the commissioning phase in preparation for the Large Hadron Collider's restart. The giant detector is now more efficient, safer and even greener than ever thanks to the huge amount of work carried out over the past two years.

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"Dirt Detectives"

5th December 2014 – For five days last week, 110 ATLAS collaborators worked in 10 different shifts to help clean and inspect the detector and the cavern that houses it before the toroid magnets are turned on.

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The ATLAS experiment on Scholarpedia

3rd December 2014 – An overview of the ATLAS experiment written by physicists Monica Dunford and Peter Jenni has been published on Scholarpedia. The article is the first in the series on experimental high-energy physics that the editors of the subject hope to host on the website.

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