Want to find out what it's like to work for the organisation that invented the world wide web? Or what it's like to work with a scientific instrument that's over 26km in circumference?
In this informal presentation, Dr Stefan Lüders from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) takes us through his collection of photographs to offer a unique insight into what the organisation does, the engineering challenges involved at the Large Hadron Collider, and the operational side of particle physics.
You don't need to be a physics nerd or a computer geek to enjoy this talk - Stefan promises to keep it interesting for everyone. And there will be beer!
|Room/theatre:||Gryphon Gallery, first floor|
|Building:||1888 Building, The University of Melbourne|
|Address:||Cnr Grattan Street & Swanston Streets|
|Phone:||03 9035 4017|
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Next Free Public Lecture:
26 Jun 2013