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01 August 2013
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This year the European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics took place in Stockholm, Sweden, from 17 to 24 July 2013. EPS HEP gathered together more than 700 participants from all around the world.
Important results from the CMS experiment, ATLAS, LHCb, but also T2K were announced during the parallel sessions and the plenary talks that were organized on the Stockholm University campus.
A number of prestigious prizes from the EPS High Energy Particle Physics Division were awarded during the conference. The Outreach prize, the Young Physicist prize and the Gribov medal were announced and given by Paris Sphicas, chair of the EPS HEPP division. The EPS HEPP prize was handed over to the winners by François Englert and Peter Higgs. After the ceremony, the latter gave a talk that was applauded enthusiastically.
The EPS HEPP division organizing the conference held a board meeting where Thomas Lohse, from the Humbolt University in Berlin, was elected as new chair, replacing Paris Sphicas.
EPS HEPP division website
EPS HEPP prizes 2013
EPS HEP 2013 conference - press briefings
EPS HEP on Twitter