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OpenDays Lectures

from Friday, 27 September 2013 (08:00) to Monday, 30 September 2013 (23:55)
CERN

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
28 Sep 2013
29 Sep 2013
AM
09:00
Selected Topics (until 18:30) (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
09:00 The role of particles in medical therapy - Manjit Dosanjh (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
10:00 The role of simulations in a technical society - John Apostolakis (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
11:00 Science, technologie, coopération internationale: l'aventure du LHC - Philippe Lebrun (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
12:00 From student to scientist: opportunities for working at CERN - Laura Saulnier (CERN) Eva Tolosa (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (FR))   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
13:00 La médecine et les détecteurs - Etiennette Auffray Hillemanns (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
14:00 Computer security, internet privacy: what should we worry about? - Sebastian Lopienski (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
15:00 What does the Higgs boson eat during the winter and other basic facts - Pauline Gagnon (Indiana University (US))   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Slides
Video in CDS
16:00 Computing: a view of the future - Dr Markus Schulz (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Slides
Video in CDS
17:00 The influence of High Energy Physics on the Arts - Ariane Koek (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
18:00 What does the eye tell the brain? From the Higgs boson to neural systems and retinal prosthesis - Alan Litke (University of California,Santa Cruz (US))   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
09:30
Keynote Presentations (until 18:30) (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
09:30 The LHC, the Higgs Boson and our life - Dr Fabiola Gianotti (CERN)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Slides
Video in CDS
10:30 Cosmology - Licia Verde (University of Barcelona (ES))   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
11:30 Medicine and particles - Erika Garutti (DESY)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
13:30 Lonely Planet - Research: a travel guide to life in science - Erika Felt   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
14:30 Particle accelerators and society - Lyn Evans (Imperial College Sci., Tech. & Med. (GB))   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
15:30 Newton's chicken: communicating science in the kitchen - Massimiano Bucchi   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
16:30 L'évolution du web - Robert Cailliau (CERN)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
17:30 Particle physics: the open questions - Michelangelo Mangano (CERN)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
09:30
Selected Topics (until 18:30) (80-1-001)
09:30 Antimatter - Michael Charlton (Swansea University)   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
10:30 The world after WWW - David Galbraith   (80-1-001)
11:30 An anthroplogist's view of CERN - Arpita Roy (University of California)   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
12:00 A la découverte du LHC: le papier se plie en quatre pour une entrée en matière - Emma Sanders (CERN) Laurent Chevalier (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR))   (80-1-001)
13:30 Climate studies at CERN - Jasper Kirkby (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE))   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
14:30 Society and high performance computing - Ian Bird (CERN)   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
15:30 CERN and collaborative models - Markus Nordberg (CERN)   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
16:30 Le boson de Higgs: qu'est-ce que ça mange en hiver et autres détails essentiels - Pauline Gagnon (Indiana University (US))   (80-1-001)
Slides
Video in CDS
17:30 A la recherche de la supersymmétrie - Nazila Mahmoudi (Universite Blaise Pascal (FR))   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
09:00
Selected Topics (until 18:30) (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
09:00 La medecine et les détecteurs - Etiennette Auffray Hillemanns (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
10:00 The role of simulations in a technical society - John Apostolakis (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
11:00 Science, technologie, coopération internationale: l'aventure du LHC - Philippe Lebrun (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
13:00 The role of particles in medical therapy - Manjit Dosanjh (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
14:00 Computer security, internet privacy: what should we worry about? - Sebastian Lopienski (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Video in CDS
15:00 What does the Higgs boson eat during the winter and other basic facts - Pauline Gagnon (Indiana University (US))   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
Slides
16:00 Computing: a view of the future - Dr Markus Schulz (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
17:00 The influence of High Energy Physics on the Arts - Ariane Koek (CERN)   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
18:00 What does the eye tell the brain? From the Higgs boson to neural systems and retinal prosthesis - Alan Litke (University of California,Santa Cruz (US))   (503/1-001 - Council Chamber)
09:30
Keynote Presentations (until 18:30) (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
09:30 Medecine and particles - Erika Garutti (DESY)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
10:30 Newton's chicken: communicating science in the kitchen - Massimiano Bucchi   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
11:30 The LHC, the Higgs boson and our life - Fabiola Gianotti (CERN)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
12:30 --- Mid-Day-Break ---
13:30 Lonely Planet - Research: A trvel guide to life in science - Ulrike Felt   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
14:30 Les accélérateurs de particles dans la société technologique - Lyn Evans (Imperial College Sci., Tech. & Med. (GB))   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
15:30 Cosmology - Licia Verde (ICREA & ICC)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
16:30 Past and future of the web - Robert Cailliau (CERN)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
Video in CDS
17:30 Physics - The Open Questions - Michelangelo Mangano (CERN)   (500/1-001 - Main Auditorium)
09:30
Selected Topics (until 20:00) (80-1-001)
09:30 Antimatter - Michael Charlton (Swansea University)   (80-1-001)
10:30 The world after WWW - David Galbraith   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
11:30 An anthropologist's view of CERN - Arpita Roy (University of California)   (80-1-001)
12:00 A la découverte du LHC: le papier se plie en quatre pour une entrée en matière - Emma Sanders (CERN) Laurent Chevalier (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR))   (80-1-001)
Video in CDS
13:30 Climate Studies at CERN - Jasper Kirkby (CERN)   (80-1-001)
14:30 Society and high performance computing - Ian Bird (CERN)   (80-1-001)
15:30 CERN and collaborative models - Markus Nordberg (CERN)   (80-1-001)
16:30 Le boson de Higgs: ques'ce que ça mange en hiver et autres détails essentiels - Pauline Gagnon (Indiana University (US))   (80-1-001)
17:30 A la recherche de la supersymmétrie - Nazila Mahmoudi (Universite Blaise Pascal (FR))   (80-1-001)
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