Monthly Archives: August 2010

The life of Nicola Cabibbo

Nicola Cabibbo [1] The CERN flags flying at half mast in honor of Cabibbo. Earlier this week, Nicola Cabibbo passed away. The flags at CERN were lowered to half mast. Around the world people were discussing this man’s life and … Continue reading Continue reading

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Beautiful physics

Every now and then one of the many graphs that we make on a daily basis turns out to look very beautiful. Unfortunately the way images are rendered on the internet detracts from the beauty of the following image, but … Continue reading Continue reading

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High-Performance Computing

The success of the ATLAS Experiment will be defined by more than just the dedicated physicists who pursue research at this highest-energy frontier. It will be defined as well by the reliability and scalability of our computer systems. These massive … Continue reading Continue reading

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