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  • European Researchers Night 2020 at LIP  
    27 November, 2020

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  

  • Experiment coordinated by LIP now approved by ESA  
    25 November, 2020

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  

  • Master thesis defense  
    26 November, 2020

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  

  • Master thesis defense  
    26 November, 2020

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  

  • National S&T week and European Researchers Night at LIP  
    24 November, 2020

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  

  • Master thesis defense  
    24 November, 2020

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  

  • 107th Plenary ECFA meeting  
    22 November, 2020

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  

  • European Strategy for Particle Physics  
    11 October, 2018

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  


  • European Strategy for Particle Physics  
    11 October, 2018

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  


  • European Strategy for Particle Physics  
    11 October, 2018

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  


  • European Strategy for Particle Physics  
    11 October, 2018

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  


  • European Strategy for Particle Physics  
    11 October, 2018

    It has been 10 years since the first protons circulated in the LHC, on September 10, 2008. In the image, the two orange spots show the successful circulation of two beams inside the accelerator.  


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UPCOMING EVENTS

ÚLTIMAS NOTÍCIAS / internas

ICHEP 2018

Here you can find the conference highlights gathered by our colleague Nuno Leonardo and the conference summary talk.

Vector like quark searches

The new ATLAS paper on vector-like quark searches is out. The LIP ATLAS team contributed significantly to this result, leading one of the analyses in the combination.

Follow Friday

We were the special guest on CERN Social Media on August 10, highlighting the LIP Summer Student Programme.
CERN Facebook   CERN Twitter

We plan also to participate in CERN's #PhotoOfTheWeek campaign (3 dates available until November). We would like to hear from you, send us your suggestions (image and title/comment) to outreach@lip.pt.

Updating the research group info on the LIP website

The texts introducing the research groups, competence centers or infrastructures in the LIP website are an important visiting card. They should be concise and understandable by those who visit us. This is particularly important in view of the ongoing evaluation of the research units.

Please remember these texts can be updated directly in the LIP database.
Twitter, #LHCIMC18 #PTIMC18