As advances in technology enable fundamental physics research, new technologies are developed for research at institutes like CERN. These technologies are potentially valuable in other applications that serve society’s needs. Earlier success stories of such technological advances, such as the capacitive touchscreen, medical imaging techniques and the world wide web, demonstrate the potential and create a demand for the investigation of these ever developing technologies in other contexts. To address this demand, during this course, 20 students from the Honours Programme Delft will work, in multidisciplinary teams. They will investigate the meaning of these technologies for society and their performance in new applications. The course will include a 3-week Summer School at CERN.
Directions on how to get to CERN you can find here: https://home.cern/directions
When on CERN site, you can find the meeting venue Ideasquare with this Google-map: https://goo.gl/WNSa6P
For registering your laptop/mobile phone for wifi access at CERN, please fill in a request here: http://cern.ch/registerVisitorComputer - and use Santeri Palomaki as the CERN contact person (on the last page of the request form).