Author archive: ilc-newsline

Photos from Snowmass

17 August 2022 The workshop pictures that used to be the norm are finally back! With 700 attendees, the lively face-to-face discussion returned to the community. Here are some photos from Snowmass Workshop by Keita Yumino, KEK.

10th anniversary of Higgs discovery!

4 July 2022 4 July 2022 marks the 10th anniversary of one of the most celebrated scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century - the discovery of the Higgs boson at CERN's Large Hadron Collider. ILC NewsLine presents our 10th anniversary of the Higgs discovery with our Higgs boson stories written 10 years ago.

Lyn Evans in conversation with Peter Higgs

4 July 2022 The discovery of the Higgs was announced exactly ten years ago and we're very proud to present some exclusive content to you: two giants of the Higgs particle discovery in conversation about initially refused papers, why Peter Higgs ended up in theoretical physics rather than in engineering, and more.

Quantum Diaries: Special Edition for Higgs@10

4 July 2022 Daniel Jeans, a particle physicist based at KEK and active blogger, looks back on what it was like witnessing the discovery as a young researcher.

From KEK: Next step toward the ILC realization: MEXT expert panel publishes recommendations

22 March 2022 In response to the recommendation issued by Japan’s ILC Advisory Panel which examines the ILC project for MEXT, KEK issued a statement about what steps they will take toward the realisation of the ILC. Category: Around the World | Tagged: , ,

ILC and you

8 February 2022 Don't ask what the ILC can do for you... because you know already that it's set to deliver collisions that might hold the answer to some of the most pressing questions in particle physics. However, there are things you can do that might help the project on the way. Watch the recording of the communication session where communicating scientists and science communicators met during last year's ILCX meeting.

From CNRS: Joint French-Japanese laboratory in Tokyo for physics at the largest and smallest scales

19 April 2021 From neutrinos to dark matter, and from particle accelerators to gravitational wave detectors and the first light of the Universe: the ILANCE laboratory, bringing together the CNRS and the University of Tokyo, will conduct physics research at the very smallest and largest scales of our Universe.

Perspective: Early-career scientists weigh in on the ILC project

24 December 2020 For the early-career physicists, the ILC may be the only new energy frontier accelerator in which they take a leadership role. See their enthusiasm and concern about the project.

US government views of the ILC at Americas Workshop on Linear Colliders

24 December 2020 An important element of the AWLC2020 programme was the three talks by three US government representatives

ICFA Press Release: ICFA appoints members for the ILC International Development Team

25 September 2020 The International Committee for Future Accelerators announced the structure and the team members of the ILC International Development Team, to make the project one step forward. Category: Feature | Tagged: , , , , ,