Tag Archives: ICHEP
Is now online here. See also The Guardian.
This post is also available at The Guardian. I have to say I think this is all a bit pathetic. I had thought there were three contenders for a Nobel Prize when* the Higgs Boson is finally discovered. Peter Higgs, … Continue reading
A lot happened at ICHEP today, but I’ll stick to the presidential address and the Higgs. Quick Higgs recap: we know that something gives particles mass. According to our best theory, known as the Standard Model, it is theHiggs boson. And … Continue reading
ICHEP now moves from the parallel to the plenary sessions. Some people leave, some arrive. Some, like me, stay. On Friday evening we had concert by a string quartet dressed as the Reservoir Dogs in the beautiful Hotel de Ville de Paris. Debussy’s … Continue reading
Ok, I registered, and now have yet another geeky backpack, a pen, and a map of Paris. Plus a dog-tag with my name and “ICHEP 2010″ on so that security don’t throw me out. Excellent. Off to a day of … Continue reading
I’m writing this on the Eurostar at St.Pancras, waiting for it to pull out of the station and take us to Paris, and the International Conference on High Energy Physics (ICHEP). Of course there are many international conferences on high energy … Continue reading