#ATTRACT Young Winning Team Visit to CERN

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Attracting Winners of the #ATTRACT Young are visiting CERN!

Elettra Sincrotrone TriesteAREA Science Park, and INFN Trieste, in collaboration with ATTRACT, organized a Workshop-Hackathon “Ideas from the Young” event  in Trieste, Italy, on April 19-20, 2018. More info about the Hackathon can be found here.

#AttractYoung Hackathon aimed to attract young talents to brainstorm together societal challenges of tomorrow and to imagine how to respond to these challenges, how to solve the problems and how to relief the pains using detector and imaging technologies of the future.

The winning team of #AttractYoung worked on energy retrieval from noise. They are visiting both CERN and ESRF to learn more about detection and imaging technologies as well as about the research done at these facilities.

ATTRACT Young Winning Team Visit
  • Monday, September 24
    • 9:00 AM
      Welcome to CERN and IdeaSquare
    • 1
      Introduction to CERN
      Speaker: Markus Nordberg (CERN)
    • 2
      Introduction to IdeaSquare
      Speaker: Jani Kalasniemi (University of Turku (FI))
    • 3
      ATLAS (and Physcs of)
      Speaker: Steven Goldfarb (University of Melbourne (AU))
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch Break
    • 4
      Visit to ATLAS Control Center
      Speaker: Markus Nordberg (CERN)
    • 5
      Visit to CC
    • 6
      Working on the Project
      Speaker: Roy Pennings (3d Impact BV)
  • Tuesday, September 25
    • 7
      Introduction to Design Thinking
      Speaker: Jani Kalasniemi (University of Turku (FI))
    • 8
      Introduction to CERN technologies
      Speaker: Ranveig Strom (CERN)
    • 9
      Prototyping exercise
      Speaker: Jani Kalasniemi (University of Turku (FI))
    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch Break
    • 10
      Meeting with Dr Sergei Lusin
    • 11
      Prototyping exercise (II)
      Speaker: Jani Kalasniemi (University of Turku (FI))
    • 12
      Wrap-up, conclusions
      Speakers: Markus Nordberg (CERN), Roy Pennings (3d Impact BV)