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CERN Courier, 15/7/2009.

Prague was the setting for CHEP '09, the 17th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics. Alan Silverman reports on some of the programme's many highlights.

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CERN Courier, 19.5.2009.

Jirí Niederle, CERN Council member for the Czech Republic, celebrated his 70th birthday in 2009. A well as being a respected theoretical particle physicist, he has been instrumental in building the scientific reputation of Czechoslovakia...

CERN Computer Newsletter, 27/3/2009.

The CHEP series of conferences, held every 18 months, covers the wide field of computing in high-energy and nuclear physics. CHEP'09 was the 17th meeting and attracted 615 attendees from 41 countries. It was held on 23–27...

International research institute ESRF, 10.7.2008.

The Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia have joined in a consortium to become a new Associate Member of the ESRF. In an informal ceremony at the ESRF on 14 August, representatives of the three countries and the ESRF signed the...

Aspera, April 2008.

The 9th ASPERA National day took place in the Faculty and was organized jointly by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (FZU) and the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University of Prague.

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CERN Computer Newsletter, 6.6.2005.

The Czech LCG Tier-2 computing centre "Golias" in Prague is one of the LCG's mid-sized sites with just over 200 processors. However, its contributions to the data challenges last year were significant. Golias delivered 6% of the jobs submitted by the...

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