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On the New Boson Higgs’s Studies at the CERN-ATLAS Experiment. The Emergency of a Historical Discovery

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ABSTRACT

This paper is a summary of the interview-workshop to Aleandro Nisati (12 December 2012, SEMM-Service Enseignement et Multimédia) co-organized by UFR Physique, University of Lille 1, France (Raffaele Pisano, Remi Franckowiak, Bernard Maitte and Lisa Rougetet), ATLAS Experiment Team (CERN, Genève, Switzerland), in persons of the cited Italian scientist—already Physics coordinator at ATLAS—and his colleague, Steven Goldfarb (CERN-University of Michigan, USA). The latter kindly answered to the questions on the ATLAS detector, LHC machine and CERN-ATLAS laboratories proposed by the participants. Distinguished lectures by historians of science at University of Lille 1 (Bernard Maitte, Bernard Pourprix and Robert Locqueneux) specialist on history of physics opened the workshop session.

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Pisano, R. (2013). On the New Boson Higgs’s Studies at the CERN-ATLAS Experiment. The Emergency of a Historical Discovery. Advances in Historical Studies, 2, 3-5. doi: 10.4236/ahs.2013.21002.

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