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Jenni, Peter (2010)
Publisher: Verlag Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron
Languages: English
Types: Conference object

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arxiv: Physics::Instrumentation and Detectors, High Energy Physics::Phenomenology, High Energy Physics::Experiment, Physics::Accelerator Physics
For the first time at a `Physics at the LHC' conference real collision data and results were presented from the LHC. Selected samples from the huge amount of commissioning studies have been described in this talk, all of which illustrate how impressively well the LHC experiments are ready for physics. Alongside, the Tevatron collider and its experiments continue to deliver efficiently a rich harvest of physics results, and only a few highlights could be emphasised. A roadmap of expected physics to come from the two hadron colliders has been sketched.
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