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Magnet Danger Sign

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'Alice Detector'

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'Alice Detector'

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Data Storage Units

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Magnet for 'Elena Collider'

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Flywheels

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Data Cables

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'CMS Detector'

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'Antiproton Decelerator'

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Control Room

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Data Storage

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Older Data Storage

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Scientist working in the Antimatter Factory

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'AD' Antiproton Decelerator

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First Experimental Hadron Collider

References

Before starting the list of references, it is important to state that most of the data collected for this documentation were collected throughout the duration of the Cern trip organised by the 'Faculty of Sciences' back in May.

 

Individuals who were with us throughout the trip or met along the tour who provided us which information are mentioned below;

  • Dr Louis Zammit Mangion

  • Professor Giacinto De Cataldo

  • PhD student Christian Grech

I would like to express my deepest gratitude to the above Academics for their valuable guidance and help.

  • Peters, A. J. (2016, December 8). Evolution of Data and Storage Infrastructures[PDF]. CERN openlab technical workshop.

  • J. Alvarez-Muniz. (2011, May 19). Proton-Nucleus Collisions at the LHC[PDF]. C. A. Salgado.

Other sources were taken from the CERN website. The website consists of an archive of information available to all of the public. Website is hyperlinked below;

https://home.cern/

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