Starting on June 27, our department will host a one-week meeting dedicated to a project that some of our ATLAS colleagues are strongly involved in: the High-Granularity Timing Detector project. This aims to install a new detector in the ATLAS experiment by 2027, which should allow for very precise (50 ps) timing measurements of charged particles emanating from the many proton-proton collisions taking place in the heart of the ATLAS experiment.
This year was the second edition of the IMAPP PhD Award for Scientific Communication, which is an open competition for all PhD students in their 3rd and 4th year at IMAPP. The award recognizes excellence in scientific communication and the winner receives a €750 cash prize.
The Jury for the Hanneke Janssen Memorial Prize has reached a decision to award Jingyi Wu this year's prize.The awarding took place on Friday 17 December.Jury report for the Hanneke Janssen Memorial Prize 2021.
We encourage applications for the second edition of the “IMAPP Award for Scientific Communication”, to recognize excellence in scientific communication. The award is open to all 3rd and 4th year PhD students who have not won the prize before, and consists of the opportunity to present an IMAPP colloquium and a €750 cash prize.