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The new issue of ALICE Matters is on line

Posted By Administration, 10 January 2017

In this issue of ALICE Matters, you can read following: 

Time for pit stop at point 2
During the 2016-17 winter technical stop ALICE will perform various activities of maintenance and fixing to be ready for the run to come.

A Journal Club for training and discussion
Junior researchers of ALICE launch a series of lectures for further education of students and members of the collaboration.

Tags:  ALICE Matters  CERN  newsletter 

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The December 2016 issue of e-EPS is out

Posted By Administration, 16 December 2016

Read the editorial by Eva Salvador Balaguer, chair of the EPS Young Minds, the new EPS Historic Site in Sweden, a report on Passion for Knowkledge.

Discover also the joint EPS-APS Historic Site in Princeton, NJ, the Physics for All project from the German Physical Society and much more.


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View the latest issue: http://www.epsnews.eu/

Tags:  e-eps  EPS Historic Site  EPS Young Minds  newsletter 

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Recording of the SCOAP3 Forum 2016 available

Posted By Administration, 08 December 2016

SCOAP3 held its third Forum, on December 1st and 5th, 2016. This year’s Forum focused on the review of the first 3 years of the initiative and an outlook on the next 3 years.

A recording of the webinar is now available at http://scoap3.org/scoap3-forum-2016.

The video and the accompanying slides provide information on

  • the review of the first 3 years of the initiative (2014-2016),
  • the outlook on SCOAP3 Phase 2 (covering the years 2017-2019),
  • the impact of SCOAP3 in terms of article downloads.

Tags:  CERN  Open Access  publication  SCOAP3 

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The November 2016 issue of e-EPS is out!

Posted By Gina Gunaratnam, 24 November 2016

Read the editorial by I.J. MacGregor on Nuclear Physics for cultural heritage, calls for nominations for the EPS Plasma Physics Innovation Prize 2017 and for the 2017 IBA-Europhysics Prize

Discover also the latest news from the European neutron consortium, CERN's Journal of Experimental Innovation and much more.


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The November 2016 edition of Adjacent Government is now online

Posted By Administration, 24 November 2016
Updated: 24 November 2016

The November 2016 edition of Adjacent Government is now online. Former EPS Young Minds chair Antigone Marino speaks about 'Getting inspired to learning physics'.

You can read it at http://www.adjacentgovernment.co.uk/lg-publication-012-pages-index/

Tags:  EPS Young Minds  magazine  young physicists 

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The latest issue of the European Physical Journal H is out

Posted By admin, 14 November 2016

'The European Physical Journal H' Volume 41 - Issue 3 - Year 2016 is available for our members.

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Tags:  EPJ H  European Physical Journal  publication 

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The newsletter of the EPS Condensed Matter Division is out - November 2016 issue

Posted By Administration, 14 November 2016
Read about CMD conferences, Liquids conference, and more at http://eepurl.com/ckkeov

Tags:  Condensed Matter  EPS CMD  EPS Condensed Matter Division  newsletter 

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The October issue of e-EPS is out!

Posted By Administration, 01 November 2016
Updated: 15 November 2016

Read the editorial by Araceli Venegas Gómez, who attended the EPS Young Minds Leadership Meeting in Budapest.
Discover also the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics, the research project on the use of information in the innovation process or the recent news on the Antikythera Mechanism... and much more.


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Tags:  call  newsletter  prize 

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Nuclear physics for cultural heritage

Posted By Administration, 31 October 2016
Updated: 25 October 2016

A topical review by the Nuclear Physics Division of the European Physical Society, edited by Anna Macková, Douglas MacGregor, Faiçal Azaiez, Johan Nyberg, and Eli Piasetzky.

Nuclear physics applications in medicine and energy are well known and widely reported. Less well known are the many important nuclear and related techniques used for the study, characterization, assessment and preservation of cultural heritage. There has been enormous progress in this field in recent years and the current review aims to provide the public with a popular and accessible account of this work.

The Nuclear Physics Division of the EPS represents scientists from all branches of nuclear physics across Europe. One of its aims is the dissemination of knowledge about nuclear physics and its applications. This review is led by Division board member Anna Macková, Head of the Tandetron Laboratory at the Nuclear Physics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and the review committee includes four other members of the nuclear physics board interested in this area: Faiçal Azaiez, Johan Nyberg, Eli Piasetzky and Douglas MacGregor. To create a truly authoritative account, the Scientific Editors have invited contributions from leading experts across Europe, and this publication is the combined result of their work.

The review is extensively illustrated with important discoveries and examples from archaeology, pre-history, history, geography, culture, religion and curation, which underline the breadth and importance of this field. The large number of groups and laboratories working in the study and preservation of cultural heritage across Europe indicate the enormous effort and importance attached by society to this activity.

Download the complete book at: http://www.edp-open.org/books-in-english#Nuclear-physics-for-cultural-heritage (pdf)

DOI: 10.1071/978-2-7598-2091-7
ISBN: 978-2-7598-2091-7
October 2016, 84 pages

Image: Early example of an external proton-beam PIXE set-up at the Ion Beam Center, Helmholtz Zentrum, Dresden - Rossendorf, Germany to study the color composition of the panel Die vierzehn Nothelfer by Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553). Figure from C. Neelmeijer, W. Wagner, H.-P. Schramm, Diagnose von Kunstwerken am Teilchenbeschleuniger, Restauro 5 (1995) 326-329.

Tags:  art  culture  EPS NPD  history  nuclear physics 

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BNU October 2016

Posted By admin, 18 October 2016

The October 2016 issue of Brussels News Update is out: https://t.co/30FoZU3xD1

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