September 29, 2017
CERN
Europe/Zurich timezone
There is a live webcast for this event.

Program of onsite CERN activites

Researchers' Night at CERN - Friday 29 September
Program of onsite activities


Globe - 1st floor
17:00 - 18:45: Screening of films in English, subtitles in French

  • 17:00: Ten Things to Know about Body Tech
  • 17:55: David Attenborough's Light on Earth

19:00-20:00: Physics and caffeine, followed by Fun with Physics workshop

20:15-21:00: screening of film in French, subtitles in English

  • "Sur les Routes de la Science : le côté sombre de l'Univers" (On the Roads of Science: The Dark Side of The Universe)

21:15-23:00: Space topic and debate "Why do science in space?"

  • With the special presence of Matthias Maurer, European Space Agency astronaut, and Mercedes Paniccia, PhD, Senior Research Associate for space experiment AMS.

Come and bring your questions!
Debate in French with simultaneous interpretation into English.
It will be webcasted in English via the link on top of this page.
 

Globe - groundfloor
17:00-23:00: Universe of Particles exhibition late opening
18:00-23:00: virtual reality headsets
 

Around the Globe
17:00-23:00: Guided tours of ATLAS (12 y.o. recommended)
18:00-23:00: Guided tours of AD, the antimatter factory (16 y.o. mandatory)
17:00-23:00: Robotics workshops - program your own robot! (as from 7 y.o.) (Fully booked. Please check availability onsite)
18:00-23:00: Introduction to TOTEM, CLOUD, ISOLDE experiments
Nota: the LHC being currently working, guided tours will be on surface only. There will be no underground visit.