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Also, in the new agreement it is planned to stipulate the participation of CERN in the construction of scientific installations in Russia of the megascience class.
According to the release, the CERN Latch-up Experiment Student Satellite (CELESTA) "intends to develop a miniaturized and space-qualified version of RadMon, a radiation monitor developed at CERN, and to prove that CERN's High-Energy Accelerator Mixed-Field Facility (CHARM) can be used to test whether products are suitable for low Earth orbit.
It provided a broad legal framework to ensure on a long-term basis, opportunities for participation by scientists, engineers and technicians from Sri Lanka in research projects of CERN, in addition to providing increased opportunities for Sri Lankan undergraduates and physics teachers to participate in CERN's scientific and training programmes such as 'High-School teacher' and 'Summer Student' programmes.
Not only did the trip broaden my knowledge of particle physics but I also learned about new opportunities such as summer internships available for students at CERN.
In statements to CNA, Professor of Physics at the University of Cyprus and Scientific Representative of Cyprus at CERN, Panos Razis, said that Cyprus will benefit to a great extent from its participation in CERN.
The key to achieving better data analytics performance is having superior real-time interconnect with low, deterministic latency," said Alberto Di Meglio, head of CERN openlab.
In fact, the membership of CERN is the recognition of the achievements of Pakistani scientists, engineers and technicians in their relevant areas of expertise.
The Prime Minister said that Pakistan considered it a matter of immense pride to have become an Associate Member of CERN last year especially as it was the first non-European country to have achieved this milestone.
The Prime Minister underscored that Pakistan and CERN have been collaborating since 1994, and have carried out a number of successful projects involving sophisticated technologies and precision engineering.
This partnership aims to help CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, to better manage and store the 100 petabytes of data the Large Hadron Collider has generated to date, as well as the additional two to three petabytes of information it produces on a monthly basis in its quest to further humanity's understanding of the universe.
He thanked Director-General CERN for recognizing efforts hard work and capabilities of scientists engineers and technicians of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) and for allowing Pakistan to become part of the unique and leading institution of scientific research.
It is the tenth consecutive year students from the school have visited CERN.
CERN, the European organisation for nuclear research, has deployed Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation and Technical Account Management services as a platform for its mission-critical applications.
This was announced by a CERN delegation that visited the country.
Joe Incandela, spokesman for on the CERN teams that helped identify the boson, said all concerned were "elated".