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Harbles
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Papers, Prizes and the CDS.

Post by Harbles » Fri Apr 20, 2012 1:06 am

A recent G+ post.

If Science at the +CERN #LHC were a competition based on how many papers are published +ATLAS Experiment would have a slight lead over +CMS Experiment by 150 to 149 as of the time of this posting. The other experiments have, #LHCb 42, #ALICE 32, #TOTEM 8 and #LHCf 6.
Of course it's quality & content ( ie; new discoveries) that counts and gets the Nobel prize not verbosity, never the less I wonder what the numbers will be this time next year and if a winner will be declared.
I get this data from the endlessly fascinating CERN Document Server in the link below. One can change what's in the Search Collections drop down to find endless (actually only 1,182,363) interesting things to view such as all the papers from all the experiments and much, much more.

http://cdsweb.cern.ch/search?ln=en&p

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Re: Papers, Prizes and the CDS.

Post by tswsl1989 » Mon Apr 23, 2012 2:32 pm

Interesting (but not altogether surprising) to see the disparity between the experiments.
Has anyone seen/heard anything about MOEDAL recently?

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Re: Papers, Prizes and the CDS.

Post by Kasuha » Tue Apr 24, 2012 5:01 am

tswsl1989 wrote:Interesting (but not altogether surprising) to see the disparity between the experiments.
Has anyone seen/heard anything about MOEDAL recently?
They don't seem to have any recent publications but they still look alive.
http://moedal.web.cern.ch/blog

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Re: Papers, Prizes and the CDS.

Post by DCWhitworth » Tue Apr 24, 2012 5:37 am

Kasuha wrote:
tswsl1989 wrote:Interesting (but not altogether surprising) to see the disparity between the experiments.
Has anyone seen/heard anything about MOEDAL recently?
They don't seem to have any recent publications but they still look alive.
http://moedal.web.cern.ch/blog
Unlike the other LHC experiments they won't have any results yet, so no real surprise that they're not exactly stressing the printing presses ;-)
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