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ABOUT ACADEMIC TRAINING
The Academic Training Lectures is organized to provide members of the CERN community, including users as well as staff members, with opportunities to deepen and broaden their academic knowledge, in particular by programming lecture courses at CERN on pure and applied scientific subjects.
The Library has a collection of all the handouts since the start of the program in 1961. Most lectures from 1990 onwards have also been recorded, post 2000 many of the recordings are also available as "webcasts".

Academic Training Lectures

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2014-05-19
11:43
Game Theory (2/2) / Koutsoupias, Elias (speaker) (Professor of Computer Science, University of Oxford, UK)
This lecture series will present the main directions of Algorithmic Game Theory, a new field that has emerged in the last two decades at the interface of Game Theory and Computer Science, because of the unprecedented growth in size, complexity, and impact of the Internet and the Web. These include the price of anarchy (what is the impact of selfishness on a system of competing entities), computational complexity (can the market find a reasonable solution), mechanisms and auctions (what incentives to give to selfish individuals)..
2014 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : Game Theory (2/2)

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2014-05-19
11:43
Game Theory (1/2) / Koutsoupias, Elias (speaker) (Professor of Computer Science, University of Oxford, UK)
This lecture series will present the main directions of Algorithmic Game Theory, a new field that has emerged in the last two decades at the interface of Game Theory and Computer Science, because of the unprecedented growth in size, complexity, and impact of the Internet and the Web. These include the price of anarchy (what is the impact of selfishness on a system of competing entities), computational complexity (can the market find a reasonable solution), mechanisms and auctions (what incentives to give to selfish individuals)..
2014 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : Game Theory (1/2)

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2014-02-05
16:25
The Upgrade Programme of the LHC Detectors (3/3) / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
2014 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : The Upgrade Programme of the LHC Detectors (3/3)

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2014-02-04
15:35
The Upgrade Programme of the LHC Detectors (2/3) / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
2014 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : The Upgrade Programme of the LHC Detectors (2/3)

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2014-02-04
08:07
The Upgrade Programme of the LHC Detectors (1/3) / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
2014 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : The Upgrade Programme of the LHC Detectors (1/3)

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2014-01-08
12:29
Neutrinos (2/3) / Gonzalez-Garcia, Concepcion (speaker) (State University of New York (US))
2013 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : Neutrinos (2/3)

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2013-12-12
11:50
Neutrinos (3/3) / Gonzalez-Garcia, Concepcion (speaker) (State University of New York (US))
2013 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : Neutrinos (3/3)

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2013-12-11
14:43
Neutrinos (1/3) / Gonzalez-Garcia, Concepcion (speaker) (ICREA, Barcelona, Spain and YITP, Stony Brook, USA)
The neutrino, the lightest and most weakly interacting particle of the Standard Model has revealed itself as the messenger of very exciting news in particle physics: there is Physics Beyond the Standard Model. All this thanks to the quantum-mechanical phenomenon of flavour oscillations which is intrinsically connected to the question of neutrino mass and which has been observed in neutrinos produced in natural sources, like the Sun and the Earth's atmosphere, as well as with human made neutrino beams at accelerator and reactors. [...]
2013 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : Neutrinos (1/3)

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2013-11-07
13:13
The Higgs Particle (3/3) / Kado, Marumi (speaker) (IN2P3)
2013 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : The Higgs Particle (3/3)

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2013-11-06
12:02
The Higgs Particle (2/3) / Kado, Marumi (speaker) (IN2P3)
2013 - Streaming video. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2013-2014 External link: Event details In : The Higgs Particle (2/3)

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