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2021-06-23
14:44
Statistics for Particle Physicists / Cowan, Glen (speaker) (Royal Holloway, University of London)
The growing complexity of the particle physics analyses has made a good understanding of complex statistical tools an essential part of the education of a particle physicist. This series of lectures will present the basis of statistics, current analysis tools and will discuss the most relevant statistical techniques used in particle physics analysis. Short bio: Prof [...]
2021 - 1:13:17. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Statistics for Particle Physicists

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2021-06-22
14:10
Statistics for Particle Physicists / Cowan, Glen (speaker) (Royal Holloway, University of London)
The growing complexity of the particle physics analyses has made a good understanding of complex statistical tools an essential part of the education of a particle physicist. This series of lectures will present the basis of statistics, current analysis tools and will discuss the most relevant statistical techniques used in particle physics analysis. Short bio: Prof [...]
2021 - 1:18:29. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Statistics for Particle Physicists

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2021-06-21
15:17
Statistics for Particle Physicists / Cowan, Glen (speaker) (Royal Holloway, University of London)
The growing complexity of the particle physics analyses has made a good understanding of complex statistical tools an essential part of the education of a particle physicist. This series of lectures will present the basis of statistics, current analysis tools and will discuss the most relevant statistical techniques used in particle physics analysis. Short bio: Prof [...]
2021 - 1:15:31. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Statistics for Particle Physicists

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2021-06-14
09:07
Selection of Materials for application to particle accelerators / Aviles Santillana, Ignacio (speaker) (CERN)
In this second lecture non–ferrous materials will be treated, that are also extensively used in particle accelerators and experiments. For each family the properties that make them attractive for high energy physics applications will be illustrated [...]
2021 - 1:10:16. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Selection of Materials for application to particle accelerators

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2021-06-10
15:55
Selection of Materials for application to particle accelerators / Sgobba, Stefano (speaker) (CERN)
Stringent requirements are placed on materials of modern accelerators. Their physical and mechanical properties, machinability, weldability or brazeability are key parameters [...]
2021 - 1:06:50. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Selection of Materials for application to particle accelerators

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2021-05-28
16:24
Neutrino physics at Accelerators / Söldner-Rembold, Stefan (speaker) (University of Manchester)
The neutrino was discovered experimentally over 60 years ago, but it remains a particle that has not given up all its secrets just yet. Oscillations between the flavour states are now well established and studied in great detail in a large number of experiments [...]
2021 - 0:57:13. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Neutrino physics at Accelerators

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2021-05-28
12:27
Neutrino physics at Accelerators / Söldner-Rembold, Stefan (speaker) (University of Manchester)
The neutrino was discovered experimentally over 60 years ago, but it remains a particle that has not given up all its secrets just yet. Oscillations between the flavour states are now well established and studied in great detail in a large number of experiments [...]
2021 - 0:56:29. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Neutrino physics at Accelerators

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2021-05-26
15:29
Neutrino physics at Accelerators / Söldner-Rembold, Stefan (speaker) (University of Manchester)
The neutrino was discovered experimentally over 60 years ago, but it remains a particle that has not given up all its secrets just yet. Oscillations between the flavour states are now well established and studied in great detail in a large number of experiments [...]
2021 - 1:09:53. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Neutrino physics at Accelerators

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2021-05-25
14:57
Systems Thinking, emergy and the unity of science / Gonella, Francesco (speaker) (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia)
Let’s meet at the systems zoo! I will show a panorama of examples in which systems thinking, stock-and-flow diagrams and emergy analysis have been used to study systems form quite a range of different scientific realms, ranging from Ecology to Biology, Physics, Social Sciences, Politics, Anthropology, Economy. The potential of systems thinking is here discussed not only from the point of view of its scientific and operational efficacy, but also for the mindset and the insight it can build up to understand the reality that surrounds us [...]
2021 - 1:17:19. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : Systems Thinking, emergy and the unity of science

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2021-05-21
08:46
The Maximum empower principle / Gonella, Francesco (speaker) (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia)
Self-organization of the systems follows the complexity of its structural configuration, and is the ultimate feature that allows the system to survive, adapt and evolve. What is the principle that rules how self-organization works? In this lecture, I will introduce what is sometimes called “the 4th principle of thermodinamics”, that is, the Maximum Empower Principle, which follows the same line of reasoning that addressed the maximization of power as the driving force for living systems organization [...]
2021 - 1:28:56. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2020-2021 External link: Event details In : The Maximum empower principle

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