In this issue of ALICE Matters, you can read following:
News from the ALICE Run Control Centre
On March 25 the first proton beams for 2016 started circulating in the LHC, which marked the official end of the 13-week long year-end technical stop. The next four weeks are dedicated to beam commissioning, which will be followed by a ramp-up in intensity by increasing the number of protons per bunch, until the target intensity is reached. Stable beams at 13 TeV are expected around the end of April.
New interactive window at the ALICE Run Control Centre
One of the best advantages of the interactive window is the possibility to show visitors what lies 52 metres below their feet and what hides behind the heavy red magnet doors.