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2002-01-17
14:28
Low Energy Experiments that Measure Fundamental Constants and Test Basic Symmetries (4/4) / G. GABRIELSE (Professor of Physics and Chair of the Harvard Physics Department, Spokesperson for the, (speaker)
Cold Antihydrogen: Are We There? Cold antihydrogen offers the possibility to precisely compare the structure of antihydrogen and hydrogen atoms, using the well developed tools of laser spectroscopy with antihydrogen atoms cold enough to be trapped in the minimum of a magnetic field gradient. Progress made at CERN's new Antiproton Decelerator will be discussed, along with goals and aspirations, such as measuring the anti-Rydberg constant. [...]
2002 - 1:18:07. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2001-2002 External link: Event details In : Low Energy Experiments that Measure Fundamental Constants and Test Basic Symmetries (4/4)

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2022-01-14
16:29
REMOTE - Sociology Lecture 2: Gender division of labor in the household / Soboleva, Natalia (speaker) (HSE University )
Abstract Lecture 2: Although female labor force participation rates have increased significantly in the recent decades, women still do most household chores across the globe. The gender inequality in the household is harder to regulate with the help of social policies than inequality in labor market sphere [...]
2022 - 1:11:15. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE - Sociology Lecture 2: Gender division of labor in the household

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2022-01-14
14:30
REMOTE - Sociology Lecture 1: Gender inequality in the labor market / Soboleva, Natalia (speaker) (HSE University)
Abstract Lecture 1: In European countries women do not have lower education as compared to men and even achieve better results. Nevertheless, women are often less advantaged in making their career, less often occupy top positions and underrepresented in male occupations [...]
2022 - 1:08:18. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : REMOTE - Sociology Lecture 1: Gender inequality in the labor market

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2021-12-02
16:27
Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex / Urbaniec, Bartek (speaker) (CERN)
Engineering APIs for Accelerator Controls Software This lecture will provide a general introduction to the challenges of developing Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and integrating and evolving multiple APIs from different systems over time. It will go on to refer to real-life examples in the world of CERN Accelerator Controls, serving a large and heterogenous user community with a variety of technical and functional requirements [...]
2021 - 0:54:00. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex

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2021-12-02
10:23
Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex / Voirin, Remi (speaker) (CERN)
Introduction to Containerization and its applications for CERN Accelerator Controls Containerization is a far reaching and major trend in computing to package software code together with its dependencies, so that it can run consistently on any underlying infrastructure. In this lecture, we will explore technologies behind containerization as well as their purpose and added value [...]
2021 - 1:01:50. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex

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2021-11-30
18:21
Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex / Deghaye, Stephane (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture will introduce the system used to control the CERN Accelerator complex, spanning from particle sources to the LHC, including the CERN experimental areas. The overall architecture of the control system will be described, together with the variety of technologies employed [...]
2021 - 0:49:43. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex

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2021-11-29
15:58
Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex / Deghaye, Stephane (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture will introduce the system used to control the CERN Accelerator complex, spanning from particle sources to the LHC, including the CERN experimental areas. The overall architecture of the control system will be described, together with the variety of technologies employed [...]
2021 - 1:05:51. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Controlling the CERN Accelerator Complex

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2021-11-22
10:18
Beam Intercepting Devices at CERN – Types, Challenges, Design, R&D and Operation / Calviani, Marco (speaker) (CERN)
Beam-intercepting systems are essential devices designed to absorb the energy and power of a particle beam. Generally, they are classified in three categories depending on their use: particle-producing devices, such as targets; systems for beam cleaning and control, such as collimators or scrapers; and those with safety functions, such as beam dumps or beam stoppers.  Beam-intercepting devices have to withstand enormous mechanical and thermally-induced stresses [...]
2021 - 1:15:49. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Beam Intercepting Devices at CERN – Types, Challenges, Design, R&D and Operation

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2021-11-22
09:46
Beam Intercepting Devices at CERN – Types, Challenges, Design, R&D and Operation / Calviani, Marco (speaker) (CERN)
Beam-intercepting systems are essential devices designed to absorb the energy and power of a particle beam. Generally, they are classified in three categories depending on their use: particle-producing devices, such as targets; systems for beam cleaning and control, such as collimators or scrapers; and those with safety functions, such as beam dumps or beam stoppers.  Beam-intercepting devices have to withstand enormous mechanical and thermally-induced stresses [...]
2021 - 1:13:54. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Beam Intercepting Devices at CERN – Types, Challenges, Design, R&D and Operation

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2021-11-12
09:20
Factory Physics: Methods for Efficient Project Management in a Scientific Environment / Spearman, PhD, Mark (speaker) (Factory Physics)
Factory physics is systematic description of the underlying behaviour of manufacturing systems and is key to the development of effective production management strategies.  Operations Science is a generalization of Factory Physics and applies to all operations including large and complex construction projects.  Indeed, the creation of the LHC was one of the largest and most complex operations in history.  Much of the focus in project management has been adherence to a schedule and reacting when the schedule begins to slip.  While schedule adherence is importance the practice of monitor and react is ineffective.  More important is understanding the production system that delivers the construction project.  Operations Science teaches that while schedules tell what should happen, the production system tells what can and will happen—maintain the correct rate and the dates will be met.  To do this, it is essential that the production system be properly designed and efficiently executed.  In this lecture, Mark will describe how Factory Physics and Operations Science address these issues.    Short bio: Mark Spearman joined the Project Production Institute in 2018 as the Technical Director. He is the founder, president and chief executive officer of Factory Physics, Inc [...]
2021 - 0:32:03. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2021-2022 External link: Event details In : Factory Physics: Methods for Efficient Project Management in a Scientific Environment

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