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2022-06-16
16:25
REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Towards the alignment of future colliders / Mainaud Durand, Helene (speaker) (CERN)
Abstract Geodetic metrology for colliders has always been a challenge for surveyors, due to the high number and diversity of components to align, the very specific measurement environment and the non-standard alignment tolerances. This led to the development of new methods and instrumentation, the push for accuracy of the existing ones, and their automation. This lecture will describe the steps needed to perform the alignment of components inside a collider, from the geodetic infrastructure to the final smoothing inside the tunnel. [...]
2022 - 0:58:19. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Towards the alignment of future colliders

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2022-06-15
13:57
REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Geodetic infrastructure for new accelerator projects, / Weyer, Benjamin (speaker) (CERN)
Abstract  The geodetic infrastructure is a key part of new accelerator projects, for both site investigations, civil engineering and metrology works. This lecture will present requirements and particularities of such projects and current applications for the Future Circular Collider (FCC). [...]
2022 - 0:58:02. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Geodetic infrastructure for new accelerator projects,

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2022-06-14
14:42
REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Geodetic techniques for determining position and orientation with high accuracy / Wieser, Andreas (speaker) (ETH Zurich)
Abstract A core service of applied geodesy are the determination of coordinates and orientation with respect to chosen reference frames and the derivation of information including quality indicators therefrom. This is required for digitizing the 3d world, for transferring plans and models from the virtual space into the real one, and for reliably quantifying deformations and rigid body motion over time. [...]
2022 - 0:58:53. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Geodetic techniques for determining position and orientation with high accuracy

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2022-06-13
16:54
REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Introduction to Geodesy / Guillaume, Sébastien (speaker) (HEIG-VD)
Abstract This lecture will introduce some basics in mathematical and physical geodesy. First, the mathematical foundations of the most common coordinate systems (cartesian, ellipsoidal and projective) used in geodesy are presented. [...]
2022 - 1:20:21. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE: Geodetic metrology for future accelerators - Introduction to Geodesy

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2022-06-10
17:23
Experimental: Looking to future Higgs measurements at the LHC / Cepeda, Maria (speaker) (CIEMAT)
Abstract: This third lecture of the series will explore the future of Higgs measurements at the LHC, during the third Run of the LHC -about to start- and in the High Luminosity phase. The large datasets of pp collisions to be collected, 3000 fb-1 at 14 TeV by the end of the HL-LHC, will fundamentally improve our understanding of the nature of the Higgs boson [...]
2022 - 1:09:18. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Experimental: Looking to future Higgs measurements at the LHC

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2022-06-10
09:20
Experimental: Higgs discovery reminder and present status of the Higgs property measurements / Kado, Marumi (speaker) (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))
Abstract: This lecture will first give a brief overview of the LHC project and a reminder of the discovery Higgs boson. It will then focus on a review of the current experimental Higgs physics landscape through the main landmark results obtained during the Run 1 and Run 2 of the LHC [...]
2022 - 1:16:18. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Experimental: Higgs discovery reminder and present status of the Higgs property measurements

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2022-06-09
13:15
Theory: Historical perspective and what have we learned from the Higgs so far / Ellis, Jonathan R. (speaker) (University of London (GB))
Abstract: This lecture will start with a summary of the history of spontaneous symmetry breaking in superconductivity and its application to particle physics by Englert, Brout and Higgs. This will be followed by a brief review of phenomenological studies of the Higgs boson prior to the LHC start-up. [...]
2022 - 1:15:40. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Theory: Historical perspective and what have we learned from the Higgs so far

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2022-05-19
13:47
REMOTE - Distributed computing - A historical perspective The Shift and Grid projects / Hemmer, Frederic (speaker) (CERN) ; Robertson, Les (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture: The move from mainframes to clusters, from many manufacturers (HP, Digital, Silicon Graphics and more) to Linux "pizza" boxes, after the "experiment" to run physics code on Windows, the purpose of RFIO, the Shift and Grid projects. This series: After the ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network) began in 1969, leading to the TCP/IP protocol development in the USA, a period of intense network competition began between continents and companies. It lasted for more than a decade and affected many protocols and applications [...]
2022 - 1:17:48. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE - Distributed computing - A historical perspective The Shift and Grid projects

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2022-05-17
12:40
REMOTE - Distributed computing - A historical perspective - Email and the Web / Dimou, Maria (speaker) (CERN) ; Borenstein, Nathaniel (speaker)
NB!! Internet father Vint Cerf will honour us with his presence! This lecture: How the protocol wars affected the email, probably the most popular application of the 1980ies. How the Multi-Purpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) introduced more than plaintext in email messages. [...]
2022 - 1:28:17. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE - Distributed computing - A historical perspective - Email and the Web

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2022-05-17
12:32
Your privacy – where has it gone, and will it be back? / Nowak, Andrzej (speaker)
b'In recent years, a lot has been said about privacy – the rights to it, related transgressions, reasons to worry. It seems like questions are multiplying at a high rate, but the answers are not [...]
2022 - 1:06:27. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Your privacy – where has it gone, and will it be back?

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