Science&Art@School

Science&Art@School is a project to inspire young students with the cooperation of science and art through a three-day interdisciplinary workshop. Day one: The workshop starts with an introduction to modern physics with emphasis upon particle physics. Days two and three: the focus point is contemporary art reflecting upon science.

At the end of the workshop the students‘ artwork installation is presented during a public vernissage.

More information: http://scienceartschool.web.cern.ch

3. June 2015

Today CERN’s LHC accelerator and the experiments have resumed physics operation after a break of more than two years – now with proton-proton-collisions at the new record energy of 13 TeV. After the long shutdown and recommissioning period particle physicists all over the world are eagerly waiting for the first results, which can be expected in the next months. The new data taking period (“LHC season 2”) will last for a total of three years.

14. May 2015

In a study published in the journal Nature the CMS and LHCb collaborations report the first observation of the decay of Bs0 mesons into pairs of muons. The study uses data recorded at CERNs LHC accelerator in the years 2011 and 2012. On average only about 3 in a billion of these mesons decay into muons. The significance of this measurement is due to the fact that the presence of new particles or processes could cause substantial variations of this branching ratio.

8. April 2015

On the Easter weekend CERN’s LHC accelerator and the experiments were ready to restart after two years of preparations for the operation at higher energies. Within a few hours two proton beams were again circulating in the accelerator. At the same time the CMS experiment observed first collisions – in this case the collisions occurred between the circulating protons and elements of the accelerator and experiments and served for the calibration of the detector.

15. March 2015 - 14. July 2015
Die Sonderausstellung "Spurensuche" des HEPHY wird vom 15. März bis 14. Juli 2015 im EXPI in Gotschuchen, St. Margareten im Rosental gezeigt. Terminvereinbarung für Schulklassen unter...
20. March 2015 - 05. July 2015
Die interaktive Wanderausstellung - ein Projekt des ScienceCenter Netzwerks - richtet den Blick auf den Zwischenraum, in dem sich wechselseitige Wirkungen entfalten - zwischen Menschen, Systemen und...
02. July 2015
von Thomas Bergauer im Zuge der Ausstellung "Spurensuche - Die Bausteine des Universums" im EXPI in Gotschuchen, St. Margareten im Rosental. Im Jahr 2013 haben die beiden Physiker Peter...
20. July 2015 - 31. July 2015
Im Zuge der internationalen Konferenz "European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics 2015" zeigt das HEPHY die Ausstellung "Spurensuche - Die Bausteine des...
22. July 2015 - 29. July 2015
Das Institut für Hochenergiephysik der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften veranstaltet vom 22. Juli bis 29. Juli 2015 in Wien die internationale Konferenz „European Physical Society...
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