LHCb is one of the four biggest experiments of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. The LHCb experiment is an international collaboration of around 1200 members from 73 institutes in 16 countries across the globe.
Interesting fact, that other LHC experiments surround the entire collision point with layers of sub-detectors, like an onion, but the LHCb detector stretches for 20 metres along the beam pipe, with its sub-detectors stacked behind each other like books on a shelf.
Join us in this unique opportunity to learn more about these components. The visit will be organized as follows:
Please, take good note that pregnant women are not allowed in this visit. Closed shoes without high heels are also mandatory. You need to make sure you have your own transport to be able to reach all these buildings.
24 people max are allowed for this visit, so please register!
Visit was kindly organized by LHCb Diversity group.