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Online conference on particle physics for the ‘Printemps...

Discover particle physics, fundamental interactions and cosmology thanks to three videos. What are the smallest constituants of matter? Which forces hold them together? Why understanding the largest structure of the Universe requires to understand those smallest elements? What is anti-matter?...
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Pieter David awarded by the CMS collaboration

On the 1st of February 2021, in a virtual plenary session, the CMS Collaboration awarded some of its researchers for their outstanding contributions to the experiment. One of this year's awardees is Pieter David, at CP3 (and in CMS) since 2015 as a postdoctoral fellow. Quoting from the award...
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Heavy Metal hits the Top

A new result by the CMS collaboration accepted in Physical Review Letters demonstrates for the first time that top quarks are produced in nucleus-nucleus collisions. At the same time, this also demonstrates the capability of the CMS experiment to perform top quark studies in this unusual and...
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NA62 sees the first significant evidence of rare kaon decay

At ICHEP-2020 the NA62 collaboration presented the first significant evidence of the rare kaon decay into a charged pion and two neutrinos The presented result corresponds to the analysis of the 2018 data set. 17 events were found in the signal region. The combination of this result with the...
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DELPHES 3 article in the INSPIRE's top 40 most cited...

The article entitled "DELPHES 3: a modular framework for fast simulation of a generic collider experiment" was written and published by a group of CP3 researchers in 2014 [1]. In 2020, after several years of steady progress in the number of citations, this article appears for the first time in...
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