Geneva, Switzerland 23 September 2004. Next week, CERN1 will be hosting CHEP '04, a major conference for Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, at the Congress Centre in Interlaken (September 27 – October 1). This edition of CHEP2 will be particularly auspicious, falling in the week where CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
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Geneva, 22 September 2004. To mark the 50th anniversary of CERN's creation, local Swiss and French authorities have clubbed together to offer the Organization a spectacular illumination of the 27-kilometre ring of the Large Hadron Collider accelerator.
Geneva, 7 September 2004. CERN's 50th anniversary celebrations step up a gear in September, and reach a climax with an official celebration on 19 October. Media are welcome at this event, but accreditation in advance is essential.
CERN* turns 50 on 29 September, an event that will be marked with birthday parties in several of the organization's Member States. At CERN itself, the anniversary will be marked by a spectacular illumination of the 27-kilometre Large Hadron Collider (LHC) ring, supported by the State of Geneva.
Geneva, Switzerland 5 July 2004. The CERN openlab for DataGrid applications, a partnership between CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and five leading IT companies – Enterasys Networks, HP, IBM, Intel and Oracle – has announced a series of server and storage technical results regarding the first global science Grid – the Large Hadron Collider Computing Grid project, LCG. The announcement was made at the recent annual sponsors meeting of the CERN openlab.
Geneva 18 June 2004. At the 128th session of CERN* Council, held today under the chairmanship of Professor Enzo Iarocci, CERN Director General, Robert Aymar, outlined a seven-point scientific strategy for the Organization. Top of the list was completion of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) project with start-up on schedule in 2007.
CERN*'s Director General, Dr Robert Aymar, today formally recognized the UK's exceptional contribution to developing the next generation of computing by presenting awards for outstanding achievement to two British researchers who have been at the forefront of Grid computing at CERN. Dr Aymar also took the opportunity to praise the UK's e-Science programme as a whole, for its pioneering efforts to establish and promote Grid technology at the national level in Europe, efforts which have been a considerable inspiration to other European countries and to the EU.
Geneva, Switzerland and Bedford, Massachusetts, US, 17 May 2004. The European Particle Physics Laboratory CERN* and Voltaire, a leading provider of InfiniBand** solutions for high performance Grid computing, announced today that Voltaire is contributing to the CERN openlab for DataGrid applications.
First practical actions toward the realization of open access to knowledge in the sciences and in the humanities have been formulated at a meeting on the implementation of the recommendations in the Berlin Declaration held at CERN*, Geneva, 12 and 13 May 2004, and coordinated by the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute). During the meeting, the Declaration was signed by CERN and the University of Pavia.
Geneva, 11 May 2004. Officials of the US Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab*), near Chicago, and CERN** announced today the shipment of an advanced superconducting magnet from Fermilab to CERN. The first of a series of such magnets designed and built at Fermilab, the magnet is destined to play a key role in the operation of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the new particle accelerator that is under construction at CERN and due to start operation in 2007.