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Mentoring@CERN: A new and unique mentoring programme for the CERN community

Wed, 17/04/2024 - 01:00
Mentoring@CERN: A new and unique mentoring programme for the CERN community

The LHC Early Career Mentoring Committee and CERN’s Women in Technology group have teamed up to launch a new and unique mentoring programme: Mentoring@CERN.

The pilot phase of this initiative, which aims to promote professional development and support within the CERN community, is set to commence on 15 April.

Who can participate?

If you're associated with CERN through a contract, whether as staff, fellow, student, user, PART, or external contractor, you're eligible to join. You don't have to work for the LHC experiments or be a woman to take part.

There are no age or career level restrictions, ensuring that anyone can apply to be a mentor or mentee. We carefully pair mentors and mentees on a case-by-case basis with personalised matches.

Timeline for 2024

Registration for the pilot round opens on Monday 15 April 2024 and closes on Wednesday 15 May. By the end of May, you'll receive news about your match.

A kick-off meeting will take place in June, where we will share more information about mentoring best practices and helpful tools to jumpstart your mentorship experience.

How to participate?

Applying here will take less than 5 minutes.

Simply fill out the registration forms for mentors and/or mentees and attach your CV and a short cover letter. Your application will be carefully reviewed to find the perfect match for you.

Behind the scenes

The WIT mentoring programme, established in 2018, focused on pairing mentors and mentees with a special emphasis on female mentees. Meanwhile, the LHC Early Career Mentoring Programme, launched in 2020, connected mentors and mentees working on various LHC experiments.

Inspired by our shared vision, we are combining forces to merge the programmes, uniting our strengths to provide mentorship opportunities to the whole CERN community.

Information session

Whether you want to share your expertise or seek guidance to navigate your career path, we hope Mentoring@CERN will offer a unique experience.

If you are not sure what the programme can provide or if have questions you would like to ask, we invite you to attend our information session on 25 April at 12:30 CET: https://indico.cern.ch/event/1403801/

anschaef Wed, 04/17/2024 - 00:00 Publication Date Wed, 04/17/2024 - 20:56

Mentoring@CERN: A new and unique mentoring programme for the CERN community

Wed, 17/04/2024 - 01:00
Mentoring@CERN: A new and unique mentoring programme for the CERN community

The LHC Early Career Mentoring Committee and CERN’s Women in Technology group have teamed up to launch a new and unique mentoring programme: Mentoring@CERN.

The pilot phase of this initiative, which aims to promote professional development and support within the CERN community, is set to commence on 15 April.

Who can participate?

If you're associated with CERN through a contract, whether as staff, fellow, student, user, PART, or external contractor, you're eligible to join. You don't have to work for the LHC experiments or be a woman to take part.

There are no age or career level restrictions, ensuring that anyone can apply to be a mentor or mentee. We carefully pair mentors and mentees on a case-by-case basis with personalised matches.

Timeline for 2024

Registration for the pilot round opens on Monday 15 April 2024 and closes on Wednesday 15 May. By the end of May, you'll receive news about your match.

A kick-off meeting will take place in June, where we will share more information about mentoring best practices and helpful tools to jumpstart your mentorship experience.

How to participate?

Applying here will take less than 5 minutes.

Simply fill out the registration forms for mentors and/or mentees and attach your CV and a short cover letter. Your application will be carefully reviewed to find the perfect match for you.

Behind the scenes

The WIT mentoring programme, established in 2018, focused on pairing mentors and mentees with a special emphasis on female mentees. Meanwhile, the LHC Early Career Mentoring Programme, launched in 2020, connected mentors and mentees working on various LHC experiments.

Inspired by our shared vision, we are combining forces to merge the programmes, uniting our strengths to provide mentorship opportunities to the whole CERN community.

Information session

Whether you want to share your expertise or seek guidance to navigate your career path, we hope Mentoring@CERN will offer a unique experience.

If you are not sure what the programme can provide or if have questions you would like to ask, we invite you to attend our information session on 25 April at 12:30 CET: https://indico.cern.ch/event/1403801/

anschaef Wed, 04/17/2024 - 00:00 Publication Date Wed, 04/17/2024 - 20:56

Entrance C closed for vehicles until Monday 15 April

Thu, 11/04/2024 - 13:01
Entrance C closed for vehicles until Monday 15 April

Following damages caused by a car accident on Wednesday 10 April in the morning, Entrance C on the Meyrin site (Route Maxwell) will remain closed for vehicles until Monday 15 April. As of Monday morning, the entrance will be open again for outgoing vehicles during the usual hours from 7 am to 8 p.m., and for entering vehicles between 7:00 am and 3:00 pm with a security guard keeping the gate.

The entrance remains accessible to pedestrians and bicycles.

Thank you for your understanding.

(This announcement was updated on 12 April)

ndinmore Thu, 04/11/2024 - 12:01 Byline SCE department Publication Date Thu, 04/11/2024 - 12:00

Entrance C closed for vehicles until further notice

Thu, 11/04/2024 - 13:01
Entrance C closed for vehicles until further notice

Following damages caused by a car accident on Wednesday 10 April in the morning, Entrance C on the Meyrin site (Route Maxwell) will remain closed for vehicles until further notice.

The entrance will remain accessible to pedestrians and bicycles.

Our Security Service and DSO (Departmental Safety Officer) are fully committed to provide a response to the needs for traffic and gate reopening as soon as possible.

Thank you for your understanding.

ndinmore Thu, 04/11/2024 - 12:01 Byline SCE department Publication Date Thu, 04/11/2024 - 12:00

Ready, steady, cycle!

Fri, 05/04/2024 - 11:45
Ready, steady, cycle! (Image: Bruno Racalbuto)

Join this year’s Bike to Work campaign, which encourages workers in companies all over Switzerland to commute by bicycle as often as possible throughout the months of May and June.

Taking part is easy: first form a team of four, give your team a name and register it on the Bike to Work website. No team? No problem: you can also request to join an incomplete team.

There are no registration fees or minimum distance requirements, and part of your journey can be undertaken by public transport. Non-cyclists are not left out: one team member is allowed to commute on foot, by skateboard or by any other means of non-motorised transport. 

This year, CERN’s participation in the Bike to Work challenge takes on a new dimension. We will be participating alongside the Canton of Geneva and more than 40 other local entities, including municipalities, autonomous public establishments and other international organisations in Geneva.

This means several tens of thousands of us will be coming to work by bike, which will send a strong and positive message in favour of active mobility, physical activity and good health in Geneva. The “big winners” will be rewarded with a special prize offered by the Canton of Geneva.

You can find more detailed information about the general event and our very own “Bike to CERN” initiative, which runs all year round, on the Bike to Work and Bike to CERN webpages. 

Safety first: don’t forget to check out the Safety rules for cycling and the Road safety pages and to complete the online course Road Traffic – Bike Riding before getting in the saddle.

May the sun shine and the roads be safe for you all!

anschaef Fri, 04/05/2024 - 10:45 Publication Date Mon, 04/08/2024 - 10:41

Ready, steady, cycle!

Fri, 05/04/2024 - 11:45
Ready, steady, cycle! (Image: Bruno Racalbuto)

Join this year’s Bike to Work campaign, which encourages workers in companies all over Switzerland to commute by bicycle as often as possible throughout the months of May and June.

Taking part is easy: first form a team of four, give your team a name and register it on the Bike to Work website. No team? No problem: you can also request to join an incomplete team.

There are no registration fees or minimum distance requirements, and part of your journey can be undertaken by public transport. Non-cyclists are not left out: one team member is allowed to commute on foot, by skateboard or by any other means of non-motorised transport. 

This year, CERN’s participation in the Bike to Work challenge takes on a new dimension. We will be participating alongside the Canton of Geneva and more than 40 other local entities, including municipalities, autonomous public establishments and other international organisations in Geneva.

This means several tens of thousands of us will be coming to work by bike, which will send a strong and positive message in favour of active mobility, physical activity and good health in Geneva. The “big winners” will be rewarded with a special prize offered by the Canton of Geneva.

You can find more detailed information about the general event and our very own “Bike to CERN” initiative, which runs all year round, on the Bike to Work and Bike to CERN webpages. 

Safety first: don’t forget to check out the Safety rules for cycling and the Road safety pages and to complete the online course Road Traffic – Bike Riding before getting in the saddle.

May the sun shine and the roads be safe for you all!

anschaef Fri, 04/05/2024 - 10:45 Publication Date Mon, 04/08/2024 - 10:41

The March/April issue of the CERN Courier is out

Thu, 04/04/2024 - 15:47
The March/April issue of the CERN Courier is out  

The mid-term report of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) feasibility study demonstrates significant progress across all project deliverables, including physics opportunities, the placement and implementation of the ring, civil engineering, technical infrastructure, accelerators, detectors and cost (pp25–38). While further work is to be done, no technical showstoppers have been found. From the perspective of the technical schedule alone, operations of the Higgs, electroweak and top factory FCC-ee could start in the early 2040s.

In China, a technical design report for the Circular Electron–Positron Collider demonstrates significant progress towards a facility that could operate in the second half of the 2030s, along with excellent prospects for approval and funding (p39). Meanwhile in the US, there is renewed interest in colliding muons, for which major technology challenges remain (p45).

All proposed future colliders have a rich physics case rooted in deeper investigation of the Higgs sector, and Europe needs to move fast to minimise the gap between the LHC and the next collider at CERN (p43). If the feasibility study shows that the FCC can be afforded, then it represents the best available option for the future of CERN and particle physics.

Read the digital edition of this new issue on CDS

anschaef Thu, 04/04/2024 - 14:47 Publication Date Thu, 04/04/2024 - 14:43

The March/April issue of the CERN Courier is out

Thu, 04/04/2024 - 15:47
The March/April issue of the CERN Courier is out  

The mid-term report of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) feasibility study demonstrates significant progress across all project deliverables, including physics opportunities, the placement and implementation of the ring, civil engineering, technical infrastructure, accelerators, detectors and cost (pp25–38). While further work is to be done, no technical showstoppers have been found. From the perspective of the technical schedule alone, operations of the Higgs, electroweak and top factory FCC-ee could start in the early 2040s.

In China, a technical design report for the Circular Electron–Positron Collider demonstrates significant progress towards a facility that could operate in the second half of the 2030s, along with excellent prospects for approval and funding (p39). Meanwhile in the US, there is renewed interest in colliding muons, for which major technology challenges remain (p45).

All proposed future colliders have a rich physics case rooted in deeper investigation of the Higgs sector, and Europe needs to move fast to minimise the gap between the LHC and the next collider at CERN (p43). If the feasibility study shows that the FCC can be afforded, then it represents the best available option for the future of CERN and particle physics.

Read the digital edition of this new issue on CDS

anschaef Thu, 04/04/2024 - 14:47 Publication Date Thu, 04/04/2024 - 14:43

Upcoming events

Wed, 27/03/2024 - 18:47
Upcoming events

16–20 Apr | Knowledge Sharing | Balexert | Geneva International | EN & FR
CERN and International Geneva at Balexert / Le CERN et la Genève internationale à Balexert

18 Apr 19:30 | Knowledge Sharing | CERN Science Gateway | CERN70 | EN
CERN70 public event: The virtuous circle of knowledge and innovation (more CERN70 events)

19 Apr 11:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Council Chamber | Knowledge Transfer & Detector Seminar | EN
Latest development on spectroscopic X-ray imaging in medicine

24 Apr 18:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Le Globe de la science et de l'innovation | Événements publics | FR
Session de présentation : Progrès de l'étude de faisabilité FCC
Cet événement public est destiné aux résidents des communautés locales (l'inscription est nécessaire, le nombre de places étant limité). Nous invitons la communauté du CERN à suivre l'événement en ligne (sans inscription).

25 Apr 18:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | CERN Alumni | EN
News from the Lab – CERN Venture Connect

26 Apr 11:30 | At CERN | CERN | TH department | EN
Live stream of the funeral of Peter Higgs

26 Apr 14:30 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | CERN Alumni | EN
Moving Out of Academia to Machine Learning

29–30 Apr | Knowledge Sharing | 4/3-006 | Gender in High Energy Theory | EN
GenHET meeting in String Theory

Registration now open

May & Jun | At CERN | CERN | Bike to Work | EN & FR
Bike to Work 2024

11 May 19:30 | At CERN | Main Auditorium | CERN MusiClub | EN
Eurovision Song Contest 2024 apèro, karaoke, games and live screening

15 May | Knowledge Sharing | Lausanne | Famelab | EN, FR or DE
Famelab Switzerland local heats, open to 18–35-year-olds

23 May 14:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | HR Learning and Development | EN
L&D Micro-talk 10 – Artificial Intelligence (AI) & The Future of Work

2–15 Jun | Accelerators | Sint-Michielsgestel (NL) | CERN Accelerator School | EN
Mechanical & Materials Engineering for Particle Accelerators and Detectors

10–12 Jun | Knowledge Sharing | Online | Sustainable HEP | EN
Sustainable HEP 2024 – 3rd Edition

11–13 Jun | Engineering | CERN | FDF | EN
1st FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) Developers' Forum meeting

12–25 Jun | Physics | Nakhon Pathom (TH) | Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics (AEPSHEP) | EN
2024 Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics

23 Jul–1 Aug | Knowledge Sharing | European Scientific Institute (FR) | I.FAST | EN
Accelerators for healthcare? 10-day innovation challenge

22 Sep–5 Oct | Accelerators | Santa Susanna (ES) | CERN Accelerator School | EN
Introduction to Accelerator Physics

 

This is a curated list of events relevant to the CERN community.
More events are available here: home.cern/events
Indico also shows ALL events happening today, this week and in a calendar view

If you would like your event to appear on an upcoming Bulletin events list, please contact bulletin-editors@cern.ch

katebrad Wed, 03/27/2024 - 17:47 Publication Date Mon, 04/15/2024 - 17:06

Upcoming events

Wed, 27/03/2024 - 18:47
Upcoming events

16–20 Apr | Knowledge Sharing | Balexert | Geneva International | EN & FR
CERN and International Geneva at Balexert / Le CERN et la Genève internationale à Balexert

18 Apr 19:30 | Knowledge Sharing | CERN Science Gateway | CERN70 | EN
CERN70 public event: The virtuous circle of knowledge and innovation (more CERN70 events)

19 Apr 11:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Council Chamber | Knowledge Transfer & Detector Seminar | EN
Latest development on spectroscopic X-ray imaging in medicine

24 Apr 18:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Le Globe de la science et de l'innovation | Événements publics | FR
Session de présentation : Progrès de l'étude de faisabilité FCC
Cet événement public est destiné aux résidents des communautés locales (l'inscription est nécessaire, le nombre de places étant limité). Nous invitons la communauté du CERN à suivre l'événement en ligne (sans inscription).

25 Apr 18:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | CERN Alumni | EN
News from the Lab – CERN Venture Connect

26 Apr 14:30 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | CERN Alumni | EN
Moving Out of Academia to Machine Learning

29–30 Apr | Knowledge Sharing | 4/3-006 | Gender in High Energy Theory | EN
GenHET meeting in String Theory

Registration now open

May & Jun | At CERN | CERN | Bike to Work | EN & FR
Bike to Work 2024

11 May 19:30 | At CERN | Main Auditorium | CERN MusiClub | EN
Eurovision Song Contest 2024 apèro, karaoke, games and live screening

15 May | Knowledge Sharing | Lausanne | Famelab | EN, FR or DE
Famelab Switzerland local heats, open to 18–35-year-olds

23 May 14:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | HR Learning and Development | EN
L&D Micro-talk 10 – Artificial Intelligence (AI) & The Future of Work

2–15 Jun | Accelerators | Sint-Michielsgestel (NL) | CERN Accelerator School | EN
Mechanical & Materials Engineering for Particle Accelerators and Detectors

10–12 Jun | Knowledge Sharing | Online | Sustainable HEP | EN
Sustainable HEP 2024 – 3rd Edition

11–13 Jun | Engineering | CERN | FDF | EN
1st FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) Developers' Forum meeting

12–25 Jun | Physics | Nakhon Pathom (TH) | Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics (AEPSHEP) | EN
2024 Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics

23 Jul–1 Aug | Knowledge Sharing | European Scientific Institute (FR) | I.FAST | EN
Accelerators for healthcare? 10-day innovation challenge

22 Sep–5 Oct | Accelerators | Santa Susanna (ES) | CERN Accelerator School | EN
Introduction to Accelerator Physics

 

This is a curated list of events relevant to the CERN community.
More events are available here: home.cern/events
Indico also shows ALL events happening today, this week and in a calendar view

If you would like your event to appear on an upcoming Bulletin events list, please contact bulletin-editors@cern.ch

katebrad Wed, 03/27/2024 - 17:47 Publication Date Mon, 04/15/2024 - 17:06

Work on the Route de Meyrin: traffic disruptions on 2 and 3 April

Wed, 27/03/2024 - 10:50
Work on the Route de Meyrin: traffic disruptions on 2 and 3 April

SCE department has been informed that a works permission with traffic disruption on Meyrin road has just been granted by the French authorities.

From Tuesday 2 April at 9 a.m. to Wednesday 3 April 2024 4 p.m., works on green spaces will take place along the Schrödinger road (inside CERN site) and Meyrin Road (French side).

These works together with a crane installation and operation in the area will cause traffic disruption on adjacent roads, and temporary detour roads.

The Jentschke road will be closed for two days from Tuesday 2 to Wednesday 3 April.

The Schrödinger road will be closed on Tuesday 2 April at 9:00 am until 4:00 pm.

The Meyrin road will remain open to traffic, with temporary two-minute closures every 15 minutes, on Tuesday 2 April from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

It is therefore strongly recommended to avoid using these roads and prefer bypasses as far as possible for the whole duration of the works.

Thank you for your understanding.

ndinmore Wed, 03/27/2024 - 09:50 Byline SCE department Publication Date Wed, 03/27/2024 - 09:47

Work on the Route de Meyrin: traffic disruptions on 2 and 3 April

Wed, 27/03/2024 - 10:50
Work on the Route de Meyrin: traffic disruptions on 2 and 3 April

SCE department has been informed that a works permission with traffic disruption on Meyrin road has just been granted by the French authorities.

From Tuesday 2 April at 9 a.m. to Wednesday 3 April 2024 4 p.m., works on green spaces will take place along the Schrödinger road (inside CERN site) and Meyrin Road (French side).

These works together with a crane installation and operation in the area will cause traffic disruption on adjacent roads, and temporary detour roads.

The Jentschke road will be closed for two days from Tuesday 2 to Wednesday 3 April.

The Schrödinger road will be closed on Tuesday 2 April at 9:00 am until 4:00 pm.

The Meyrin road will remain open to traffic, with temporary two-minute closures every 15 minutes, on Tuesday 2 April from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

It is therefore strongly recommended to avoid using these roads and prefer bypasses as far as possible for the whole duration of the works.

Thank you for your understanding.

ndinmore Wed, 03/27/2024 - 09:50 Byline SCE department Publication Date Wed, 03/27/2024 - 09:47

Spring has arrived early, so have the ticks!

Mon, 25/03/2024 - 22:51
Spring has arrived early, so have the ticks!

Spring has come early and with warmer days, so have the ticks and the chances of being bitten when out and about. Ticks are little parasitic mites, whose bites can have severe consequences for our health through the transmission of various infectious agents. The most common infections caused by tick bites are Lyme disease (Lyme Borreliosis), generally treatable with antibiotics, and tick-borne encephalitis (TBE), which is rarer than Lyme disease with 5000 to 13 000 cases reported globally each year. Although there is no vaccine against Lyme disease, one does exist against TBE and it is recommended for anyone residing in or travelling to areas where the disease is prevalent. In Europe, the TBE vaccination is recommended in Austria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and Western Russia.

Find out more about ticks, vaccination possibilities, how to protect yourself and what to do if you are bitten by a tick on the dedicated Medical Service webpage: https://hse.cern/ticks

anschaef Mon, 03/25/2024 - 21:51 Byline HSE unit Publication Date Mon, 03/25/2024 - 21:49

Spring has arrived early, so have the ticks!

Mon, 25/03/2024 - 22:51
Spring has arrived early, so have the ticks!

Spring has come early and with warmer days, so have the ticks and the chances of being bitten when out and about. Ticks are little parasitic mites, whose bites can have severe consequences for our health through the transmission of various infectious agents. The most common infections caused by tick bites are Lyme disease (Lyme Borreliosis), generally treatable with antibiotics, and tick-borne encephalitis (TBE), which is rarer than Lyme disease with 5000 to 13 000 cases reported globally each year. Although there is no vaccine against Lyme disease, one does exist against TBE and it is recommended for anyone residing in or travelling to areas where the disease is prevalent. In Europe, the TBE vaccination is recommended in Austria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and Western Russia.

Find out more about ticks, vaccination possibilities, how to protect yourself and what to do if you are bitten by a tick on the dedicated Medical Service webpage: https://hse.cern/ticks

anschaef Mon, 03/25/2024 - 21:51 Byline HSE unit Publication Date Mon, 03/25/2024 - 21:49

Geneva/Grand-Saconnex: Commissioning of the Route des Nations Monday 25 March

Thu, 21/03/2024 - 11:50
Geneva/Grand-Saconnex: Commissioning of the Route des Nations Monday 25 March

From Monday, March 25, 2024, the new Route des Nations will allow for:

  • a new link between the airport, Place des Nations and the heart of International Geneva
  • the complete reconfiguration of the Grand-Saconnex motorway junction
  • the extension of the tramway from Place des Nations to Grand-Saconnex and on to Ferney-Voltaire.

For more information on the new Route des Nations, click on the following links:

https://www.ge.ch/document/commissioning-route-nations-major-new-route-getting-around
Mise en service de la route des Nations : principes d'accessibilités en voiture | ge.ch (by car/French only)
Mise en service de la route des Nations : principes d'accessibilités en transport public | ge.ch (by public transport/French only)
Mise en service de la route des Nations : principes d'accessibilités en mobilités actives | ge.ch (bicycle and pedestrian paths/French only) 

Host State Relations service
www.cern.ch/relations
relations.secretariat@cern.ch
Tel. : 72848 / 75152

ndinmore Thu, 03/21/2024 - 10:50 Publication Date Thu, 03/21/2024 - 10:42

Geneva/Grand-Saconnex: Commissioning of the Route des Nations Monday 25 March

Thu, 21/03/2024 - 11:50
Geneva/Grand-Saconnex: Commissioning of the Route des Nations Monday 25 March

From Monday, March 25, 2024, the new Route des Nations will allow for:

  • a new link between the airport, Place des Nations and the heart of International Geneva
  • the complete reconfiguration of the Grand-Saconnex motorway junction
  • the extension of the tramway from Place des Nations to Grand-Saconnex and on to Ferney-Voltaire.

For more information on the new Route des Nations, click on the following links:

https://www.ge.ch/document/commissioning-route-nations-major-new-route-getting-around
Mise en service de la route des Nations : principes d'accessibilités en voiture | ge.ch (by car/French only)
Mise en service de la route des Nations : principes d'accessibilités en transport public | ge.ch (by public transport/French only)
Mise en service de la route des Nations : principes d'accessibilités en mobilités actives | ge.ch (bicycle and pedestrian paths/French only) 

Host State Relations service
www.cern.ch/relations
relations.secretariat@cern.ch
Tel. : 72848 / 75152

ndinmore Thu, 03/21/2024 - 10:50 Publication Date Thu, 03/21/2024 - 10:42

Upcoming events

Tue, 19/03/2024 - 18:09
Upcoming events

25–27 Mar | Accelerators | CERN | PBC | EN
Physics Beyond Colliders Annual Workshop

25–27 Mar | Computing | CERN | CERN openlab | EN
2024 CERN openlab Technical Workshop

28 Mar 11:00 | Physics | CERN | Theory Colloquia | EN
A Two-Way Communication Between High-Energy Physics and Quantum Technologies

18 Apr 19:30 | Knowledge Sharing | CERN Science Gateway | CERN70 | EN
CERN70 public event: The virtuous circle of knowledge and innovation (more CERN70 events)

24 Apr 18:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Le Globe de la science et de l'innovation | Événements publics | FR
Session de présentation : Progrès de l'étude de faisabilité FCC
Cet événement public est destiné aux résidents des communautés locales (l'inscription est nécessaire, le nombre de places étant limité). Nous invitons la communauté du CERN à suivre l'événement en ligne (sans inscription).

26 Apr 14:30 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | CERN Alumni | EN
Moving Out of Academia to Machine Learning

Registration now open

15 May | Knowledge Sharing | Lausanne | Famelab | EN, FR or DE
Famelab Switzerland local heats, open to 18–35-year-olds

23 May 14:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | HR Learning and Development | EN
L&D Micro-talk 10 – Artificial Intelligence (AI) & The Future of Work

2–15 Jun | Accelerators | Sint-Michielsgestel (NL) | CERN Accelerator School | EN
Mechanical & Materials Engineering for Particle Accelerators and Detectors

10–12 Jun | Knowledge Sharing | Online | Sustainable HEP | EN
Sustainable HEP 2024 – 3rd Edition

11–13 Jun | Engineering | CERN | FDF | EN
1st FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) Developers' Forum meeting

12–25 Jun | Physics | Nakhon Pathom (TH) | Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics (AEPSHEP) | EN
2024 Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics

23 Jul–1 Aug | Knowledge Sharing | European Scientific Institute (FR) | I.FAST | EN
Accelerators for healthcare? 10-day innovation challenge

22 Sep–5 Oct | Accelerators | Santa Susanna (ES) | CERN Accelerator School | EN
Introduction to Accelerator Physics

 

This is a curated list of events relevant to the CERN community.
More events are available here: home.cern/events
Indico also shows ALL events happening today, this week and in a calendar view

If you would like your event to appear on an upcoming Bulletin events list, please contact bulletin-editors@cern.ch

katebrad Tue, 03/19/2024 - 17:09 Publication Date Mon, 03/25/2024 - 16:12

Upcoming events

Tue, 19/03/2024 - 18:09
Upcoming events

25–27 Mar | Accelerators | CERN | PBC | EN
Physics Beyond Colliders Annual Workshop

25–27 Mar | Computing | CERN | CERN openlab | EN
2024 CERN openlab Technical Workshop

28 Mar 11:00 | Physics | CERN | Theory Colloquia | EN
A Two-Way Communication Between High-Energy Physics and Quantum Technologies

18 Apr 19:30 | Knowledge Sharing | CERN Science Gateway | CERN70 | EN
CERN70 public event: The virtuous circle of knowledge and innovation (more CERN70 events)

24 Apr 18:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Le Globe de la science et de l'innovation | Événements publics | FR
Session de présentation : Progrès de l'étude de faisabilité FCC
Cet événement public est destiné aux résidents des communautés locales (l'inscription est nécessaire, le nombre de places étant limité). Nous invitons la communauté du CERN à suivre l'événement en ligne (sans inscription).

26 Apr 14:30 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | CERN Alumni | EN
Moving Out of Academia to Machine Learning

Registration now open

15 May | Knowledge Sharing | Lausanne | Famelab | EN, FR or DE
Famelab Switzerland local heats, open to 18–35-year-olds

23 May 14:00 | Knowledge Sharing | Online | HR Learning and Development | EN
L&D Micro-talk 10 – Artificial Intelligence (AI) & The Future of Work

2–15 Jun | Accelerators | Sint-Michielsgestel (NL) | CERN Accelerator School | EN
Mechanical & Materials Engineering for Particle Accelerators and Detectors

10–12 Jun | Knowledge Sharing | Online | Sustainable HEP | EN
Sustainable HEP 2024 – 3rd Edition

11–13 Jun | Engineering | CERN | FDF | EN
1st FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) Developers' Forum meeting

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katebrad Tue, 03/19/2024 - 17:09 Publication Date Mon, 03/25/2024 - 16:12

CERN ticketing system introduces automated retention – closed tickets may be deleted

Mon, 11/03/2024 - 16:28
CERN ticketing system introduces automated retention – closed tickets may be deleted

With nearly 400 services across CERN making use of the CERN Service Desk, you’ve probably had to open a few tickets over the years, from requesting a light bulb change to resetting your account password or safety questions. In fact, the Service Desk covers most of the things that a small town like CERN needs.

Those services and the tool used to keep track of your tickets were in place long before Operational Circular OC11 on “The Processing of Personal Data at CERN” was introduced, and the Service Management teams have recently been working hard to strengthen the protection of your personal data in tickets in order to comply with OC11.

A recently introduced feature now allows each service to define how long your closed tickets will remain in the system. Services can choose from five different options to cover the various requirements across CERN: from five days to seven years and even indefinitely for certain cases, depending on the service’s need to process and retain information. The Privacy Notice of each service will be updated accordingly.

When you receive a message that your ticket has been resolved, it will soon include information on when the ticket will be deleted from the system, as decided by that service:

Example notification message when a ticket is "resolved", showing new information inside the red box.

This means that, when that date has been reached, the ticket will no longer appear in the “My Items” section of the Service Portal or in the ServiceNow tool.

The list of options and further details are available in KB0009258. For more information on Data Retention, please refer to the Guidelines provided in the Admin e-guide.

katebrad Mon, 03/11/2024 - 15:28 Byline IT department Publication Date Thu, 03/14/2024 - 15:27

CERN ticketing system introduces automated retention – closed tickets may be deleted

Mon, 11/03/2024 - 16:28
CERN ticketing system introduces automated retention – closed tickets may be deleted

With nearly 400 services across CERN making use of the CERN Service Desk, you’ve probably had to open a few tickets over the years, from requesting a light bulb change to resetting your account password or safety questions. In fact, the Service Desk covers most of the things that a small town like CERN needs.

Those services and the tool used to keep track of your tickets were in place long before Operational Circular OC11 on “The Processing of Personal Data at CERN” was introduced, and the Service Management teams have recently been working hard to strengthen the protection of your personal data in tickets in order to comply with OC11.

A recently introduced feature now allows each service to define how long your closed tickets will remain in the system. Services can choose from five different options to cover the various requirements across CERN: from five days to seven years and even indefinitely for certain cases, depending on the service’s need to process and retain information. The Privacy Notice of each service will be updated accordingly.

When you receive a message that your ticket has been resolved, it will soon include information on when the ticket will be deleted from the system, as decided by that service:

Example notification message when a ticket is "resolved", showing new information inside the red box.

This means that, when that date has been reached, the ticket will no longer appear in the “My Items” section of the Service Portal or in the ServiceNow tool.

The list of options and further details are available in KB0009258. For more information on Data Retention, please refer to the Guidelines provided in the Admin e-guide.

katebrad Mon, 03/11/2024 - 15:28 Byline IT department Publication Date Thu, 03/14/2024 - 15:27