Agenda

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
14 September, 09:15
Meyrin
14 September, 09:15

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 09:30
Meyrin
14 September, 09:30

The next big questions in particle physics, a talk by CERN's Director-General, Fabiola Gianotti

Meyrin
14 September, 10:00
Meyrin
14 September, 10:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have had quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... 10 000 physicists and engineers, 10 000 kg of pasta, 10 000 kg of sushi, countless crates of spaghetti ... and ... 10 000 worries!"

Prévessin
14 September, 10:00
Prévessin
14 September, 10:00

A clown show and an educational science communication activity in which kids become authentic researchers, take to the stage and perform experiments, while learning about science.

Meyrin
14 September, 10:00
Meyrin
14 September, 10:00

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 10:15
Meyrin
14 September, 10:15

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
14 September, 10:30
Prévessin
14 September, 10:30

In this workshop, together with our young visitors, we demonstrate how the invisible magnetic forces can generate motion.

Meyrin
14 September, 10:30
Meyrin
14 September, 10:30

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
14 September, 10:45
Meyrin
14 September, 10:45

An excerpt of the opera Einstein on the Beach by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson, performed by the Einstein-Ensemble, specially composed with students of the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève - HEM for the performance at the Grand Théâtre de Genève. Einstein on the Beach is a masterclass in how to create a work on Einstein's theory of relativity without being a physicist, besides, what kind of physicist would want to do that? The flow of the music forms the base for a meditation on the passing of time, spaces and events. The opera is considered to be one of the most important musical creations of the twentieth century.

Meyrin
14 September, 10:45
Meyrin
14 September, 10:45

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
14 September, 11:00
Meyrin
14 September, 11:00

Using protective Faraday equipment, this artist interacts directly with the lightning flashes produced by the tesla coil, controlling the electricity and dancing with it without coming to any harm.

Meyrin
14 September, 11:00
Meyrin
14 September, 11:00

CERN's Director for Accelerators and Technology, Frédérick Bordry, on the future of accelerators

Prévessin
14 September, 11:00
Prévessin
14 September, 11:00

How to manage 10'000 servers: Automation in CERN IT

Meyrin
14 September, 11:15
Meyrin
14 September, 11:15

A clown show and an educational science communication activity in which kids become authentic researchers, take to the stage and perform experiments, while learning about science.

Meyrin
14 September, 11:30
Meyrin
14 September, 11:30

An excerpt of the opera Einstein on the Beach by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson, performed by the Einstein-Ensemble, specially composed with students of the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève - HEM for the performance at the Grand Théâtre de Genève.

Meyrin
14 September, 11:30
Meyrin
14 September, 11:30

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
14 September, 11:30
Prévessin
14 September, 11:30

Working with industry to tackle tomorrow's computing challenges today

Meyrin
14 September, 11:45
Meyrin
14 September, 11:45

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 11:45
Meyrin
14 September, 11:45

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
14 September, 12:00
Meyrin
14 September, 12:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have made quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... ... 10,000 physicists and engineers ... 10,000 kg of pasta, 10,000 kg of sushi, countless spaghetti crates ... and ... 10,000 worries!"

Prévessin
14 September, 12:00
Prévessin
14 September, 12:00

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
14 September, 12:15
Meyrin
14 September, 12:15

The head of Arts at CERN presents the programme and leads a panel discussion with guest artist Vladimir Tarasov and theoretical physicist John Ellis.

Meyrin
14 September, 12:15
Meyrin
14 September, 12:15

Computing for Physics, yesterday, today, tomorrow

Meyrin
14 September, 12:15
Meyrin
14 September, 12:15

Cyber-criminals versus you and me

Meyrin
14 September, 12:45
Meyrin
14 September, 12:45

Cover Ops plays a wide range of rock covers from the late 60s to the late 80s. The band formed in around 2016 and has since played regular electric sets at local bars and small festivals. Come and join us for a journey from the hippie revolution to the synths era!

Meyrin
14 September, 13:00
Meyrin
14 September, 13:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
14 September, 13:00
Meyrin
14 September, 13:00

An excerpt of the opera Einstein on the Beach by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson, performed by the Einstein-Ensemble, specially composed with students of the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève - HEM for the performance at the Grand Théâtre de Genève. Einstein on the Beach is a masterclass in how to create a work on Einstein's theory of relativity without being a physicist, besides, what kind of physicist would want to do that? The flow of the music forms the base for a meditation on the passing of time, spaces and events. The opera is considered to be one of the most important musical creations of the twentieth century.

Meyrin
14 September, 13:00
Meyrin
14 September, 13:00

There is no cloud, it's just other people's computers

Meyrin
14 September, 13:15
Meyrin
14 September, 13:15

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 13:30
Meyrin
14 September, 13:30

An excerpt of the opera Einstein on the Beach by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson, performed by the Einstein-Ensemble, specially composed with students of the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève - HEM for the performance at the Grand Théâtre de Genève. Einstein on the Beach is a masterclass in how to create a work on Einstein's theory of relativity without being a physicist, besides, what kind of physicist would want to do that? The flow of the music forms the base for a meditation on the passing of time, spaces and events. The opera is considered to be one of the most important musical creations of the twentieth century.

Meyrin
14 September, 13:45
Meyrin
14 September, 13:45

Computing for Physics: reconstruction, simulation, analysis

Meyrin
14 September, 13:45
Meyrin
14 September, 13:45

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
14 September, 13:45
Meyrin
14 September, 13:45

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
14 September, 14:00
Meyrin
14 September, 14:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have made quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... ... 10,000 physicists and engineers ... 10,000 kg of pasta, 10,000 kg of sushi, countless spaghetti crates ... and ... 10,000 worries!"

Prévessin
14 September, 14:00
Prévessin
14 September, 14:00

Why we still use tape at CERN?

Meyrin
14 September, 14:15
Meyrin
14 September, 14:15

Using protective Faraday equipment, this artist interacts directly with the lightning flashes produced by the tesla coil, controlling the electricity and dancing with it without coming to any harm.

Meyrin
14 September, 14:15
Meyrin
14 September, 14:15

The Canettes have been entertaining music lovers since the late second millennium. Specialising in Versoix Delta Blues, the Canettes are adored for their high-energy performances wherever they go (and even some places they don't go!).

Meyrin
14 September, 14:30
Meyrin
14 September, 14:30

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
14 September, 14:30
Prévessin
14 September, 14:30

A Barcelona-based group of scientists and researchers transforms scientific communication into fun activities and comedy for all audiences.

Meyrin
14 September, 14:30
Meyrin
14 September, 14:30

How to manage 10'000 servers: Automation in CERN IT

Meyrin
14 September, 14:45
Meyrin
14 September, 14:45

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 15:00
Meyrin
14 September, 15:00

A journey through the diversity of CERN's jobs over time with Lore Taillieu, Talent Manager, and Ioanna Koutava of CERN's Diversity and Inclusion Office

Prévessin
14 September, 15:00
Prévessin
14 September, 15:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
14 September, 15:00
Meyrin
14 September, 15:00

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
14 September, 15:15
Meyrin
14 September, 15:15

Working with industry to tackle tomorrow's computing challenges today

Meyrin
14 September, 15:15
Meyrin
14 September, 15:15

A luminous future with High Luminosity by Lucio Rossi

Meyrin
14 September, 15:15
Meyrin
14 September, 15:15

In this workshop, together with our young visitors, we demonstrate how the invisible magnetic forces can generate motion.

Meyrin
14 September, 15:30
Meyrin
14 September, 15:30

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
14 September, 15:30
Prévessin
14 September, 15:30

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
14 September, 15:30
Prévessin
14 September, 15:30

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 15:45
Meyrin
14 September, 15:45

Internet Xchange Point - How you get your Internet data

Meyrin
14 September, 15:45
Meyrin
14 September, 15:45

A Barcelona-based group of scientists and researchers transforms scientific communication into fun activities and comedy for all audiences.

Meyrin
14 September, 16:00
Meyrin
14 September, 16:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have made quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... ... 10,000 physicists and engineers ... 10,000 kg of pasta, 10,000 kg of sushi, countless spaghetti crates ... and ... 10,000 worries!"

Prévessin
14 September, 16:00
Prévessin
14 September, 16:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
14 September, 16:00
Meyrin
14 September, 16:00

Meet Colombian photographer Raul Parra and chat to him about his passion for photographing CERN people and technologies.

Meyrin
14 September, 16:00
Meyrin
14 September, 16:00

A band with their heads in the 60s, their songs in the present day and their grooves in the future. With recording star Crystal Jacqueline on keyboards and vocals and Psychedandy Records legend Icarus Peel on guitar and vocals, the possibilities are endless ... and they will continue to be stretched!

Meyrin
14 September, 16:00
Meyrin
14 September, 16:00

Cyber-criminals versus you and me

Meyrin
14 September, 16:15
Meyrin
14 September, 16:15

Using protective Faraday equipment, this artist interacts directly with the lightning flashes produced by the tesla coil, controlling the electricity and dancing with it without coming to any harm.

Meyrin
14 September, 16:30
Meyrin
14 September, 16:30

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
14 September, 16:30
Prévessin
14 September, 16:30

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
14 September, 16:45
Meyrin
14 September, 16:45

A journey through the diversity of CERN's jobs over time with Lore Taillieu, Talent Manager, and Ioanna Koutava of CERN's Diversity and Inclusion Office

Meyrin
14 September, 16:45
Meyrin
14 September, 16:45

Computing for Physics, yesterday, today, tomorrow

Meyrin
14 September, 16:45
Meyrin
14 September, 16:45

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have had quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... 10 000 physicists and engineers, 10 000 kg of pasta, 10 000 kg of sushi, countless crates of spaghetti ... and ... 10 000 worries!"

Prévessin
14 September, 17:00
Prévessin
14 September, 17:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
14 September, 17:00
Meyrin
14 September, 17:00

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 17:15
Meyrin
14 September, 17:15

An experimental jazz performance by world-renowned musician and Arts at CERN guest artist Vladimir Tarasov

Meyrin
14 September, 17:30
Meyrin
14 September, 17:30

A solo guitar, a rhythm guitar and a double bass: 16 strings in the Gipsy Boffins trio playing a mixture of gypsy jazz and other colourful styles of music.

Meyrin
14 September, 17:30
Meyrin
14 September, 17:30

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
14 September, 18:00
Meyrin
14 September, 18:00

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
15 September, 09:15
Meyrin
15 September, 09:15

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 09:30
Meyrin
15 September, 09:30

The next big questions in particle physics, a talk by CERN's Director-General, Fabiola Gianotti

Meyrin
15 September, 10:00
Meyrin
15 September, 10:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have made quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... ... 10,000 physicists and engineers ... 10,000 kg of pasta, 10,000 kg of sushi, countless spaghetti crates ... and ... 10,000 worries!"

Prévessin
15 September, 10:00
Prévessin
15 September, 10:00

A clown show and an educational science communication activity in which kids become authentic researchers, take to the stage and perform experiments, while learning about science.

Meyrin
15 September, 10:00
Meyrin
15 September, 10:00

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 10:15
Meyrin
15 September, 10:15

In this workshop, together with our young visitors, we demonstrate how the invisible magnetic forces can generate motion.

Meyrin
15 September, 10:30
Meyrin
15 September, 10:30

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
15 September, 10:30
Prévessin
15 September, 10:30

A panel discussion on the path of new ideas and approaches at international organizations lead by CERN's director of International Relations Charlotte Warakaulle, with participation of Giovanni Anelli (Head of Knowledge Transfer at CERN), Nancy Buzard (Head of innovation at ICRC), Christoph Earney (Head of innovation at UNHCR) and Charles Randolph (Head of Global Health at WIPO).

Meyrin
15 September, 10:45
Meyrin
15 September, 10:45

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
15 September, 10:45
Meyrin
15 September, 10:45

Using protective Faraday equipment, this artist interacts directly with the lightning flashes produced by the tesla coil, controlling the electricity and dancing with it without coming to any harm.

Meyrin
15 September, 11:00
Meyrin
15 September, 11:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
15 September, 11:00
Meyrin
15 September, 11:00

CERN's Director for Accelerators and Technology, Frédérick Bordry, on the future of accelerators

Prévessin
15 September, 11:00
Prévessin
15 September, 11:00

How to manage 10'000 servers: Automation in CERN IT

Meyrin
15 September, 11:15
Meyrin
15 September, 11:15

A clown show and an educational science communication activity in which kids become authentic researchers, take to the stage and perform experiments, while learning about science.

Meyrin
15 September, 11:30
Meyrin
15 September, 11:30

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
15 September, 11:30
Prévessin
15 September, 11:30

Domenico Vicinanza and Genevieve Williams sonify the data of the LHC, giving it life with a live performance by CERN scientists Chiara Mariotti, Paula Collins, Piotr Traczyk, Diego Casadei, Antonio Uras and Louis De Mallac

Meyrin
15 September, 11:45
Meyrin
15 September, 11:45

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 11:45
Meyrin
15 September, 11:45

Cyber criminals versus you and me

Meyrin
15 September, 11:45
Meyrin
15 September, 11:45

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
15 September, 12:00
Meyrin
15 September, 12:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have had quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... 10 000 physicists and engineers, 10 000 kg of pasta, 10 000 kg of sushi, countless crates of spaghetti ... and ... 10 000 worries!" "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have made quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... ... 10,000 physicists and engineers ... 10,000 kg of pasta, 10,000 kg of sushi, countless spaghetti crates ... and ... 10,000 worries!"

Prévessin
15 September, 12:00
Prévessin
15 September, 12:00

Computing for Physics, yesterday, today, tomorrow

Meyrin
15 September, 12:15
Meyrin
15 September, 12:15

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
15 September, 12:15
Meyrin
15 September, 12:15

What do theorists do all day at CERN and what questions are they trying to answer? A talk by the head of CERN's Theory group, Gian Giudice

Meyrin
15 September, 12:30
Meyrin
15 September, 12:30

Why we still use tape at CERN?

Meyrin
15 September, 12:45
Meyrin
15 September, 12:45

Covers of well-known rock and metal songs

Meyrin
15 September, 13:00
Meyrin
15 September, 13:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
15 September, 13:00
Meyrin
15 September, 13:00

Domenico Vicinanza and Genevieve Williams sonify the data of the LHC, giving it life with a live performance by CERN scientists Chiara Mariotti, Paula Collins, Piotr Traczyk, Diego Casadei, Antonio Uras and Louis De Mallacion by Domenico Vicinanza and guests

Meyrin
15 September, 13:15
Meyrin
15 September, 13:15

There is no cloud, it's just other people's computers

Meyrin
15 September, 13:15
Meyrin
15 September, 13:15

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 13:30
Meyrin
15 September, 13:30

Computing for Physics: reconstruction, simulation, analysis

Meyrin
15 September, 13:45
Meyrin
15 September, 13:45

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
15 September, 13:45
Meyrin
15 September, 13:45

Physicists study the fundamental structure of the universe using highly complex instruments and technology, such as CERN's accelerators, detectors and computing systems. Some of these instruments have applications beyond particle physics, in areas such as biomedical research, diagnostics and therapy for a variety of diseases. Progress in these medical fields can sometimes be linked to technological innovation at CERN. Join us as we explore some of the examples of knowledge and technology transfer from CERN to the healthcare sector.

Meyrin
15 September, 14:00
Meyrin
15 September, 14:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
15 September, 14:00
Meyrin
15 September, 14:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have had quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... 10 000 physicists and engineers, 10 000 kg of pasta, 10 000 kg of sushi, countless crates of spaghetti ... and ... 10 000 worries!" "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have made quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... ... 10,000 physicists and engineers ... 10,000 kg of pasta, 10,000 kg of sushi, countless spaghetti crates ... and ... 10,000 worries!"

Prévessin
15 September, 14:00
Prévessin
15 September, 14:00

Internet Xchange Point - How you get your Internet data

Meyrin
15 September, 14:15
Meyrin
15 September, 14:15

Using protective Faraday equipment, this artist interacts directly with the lightning flashes produced by the tesla coil, controlling the electricity and dancing with it without coming to any harm.

Meyrin
15 September, 14:15
Meyrin
15 September, 14:15

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
15 September, 14:30
Prévessin
15 September, 14:30

A cover band that likes to explore and has many influences, such as classical and alternative rock, blues, soul and funk.

Meyrin
15 September, 14:30
Meyrin
15 September, 14:30

A Barcelona-based group of scientists and researchers transforms scientific communication into fun activities and comedy for all audiences.

Meyrin
15 September, 14:45
Meyrin
15 September, 14:45

There is no cloud, it's just other people's computers

Meyrin
15 September, 14:45
Meyrin
15 September, 14:45

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
15 September, 15:00
Meyrin
15 September, 15:00

A journey through the diversity of CERN's jobs over time with Lore Taillieu, Talent Manager, and Ioanna Koutava of CERN's Diversity and Inclusion Office

Prévessin
15 September, 15:00
Prévessin
15 September, 15:00

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 15:00
Meyrin
15 September, 15:00

Internet Xchange Point - How you get your Internet data

Meyrin
15 September, 15:15
Meyrin
15 September, 15:15

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
15 September, 15:15
Meyrin
15 September, 15:15

In this workshop, together with our young visitors, we demonstrate how the invisible magnetic forces can generate motion.

Meyrin
15 September, 15:30
Meyrin
15 September, 15:30

A Barcelona-based group of scientists and researchers transforms scientific communication into fun activities and comedy for all audiences.

Meyrin
15 September, 15:30
Meyrin
15 September, 15:30

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 15:45
Meyrin
15 September, 15:45

Computing for Physics: reconstruction, simulation, analysis

Meyrin
15 September, 15:45
Meyrin
15 September, 15:45

The band's repertoire consists mainly of classic late 80s and 90s rock covers, with some re-arranged modern pop songs thrown in.

Meyrin
15 September, 16:00
Meyrin
15 September, 16:00

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
15 September, 16:00
Meyrin
15 September, 16:00

Meet Colombian photographer Raul Parra and chat to him about his passion for photographing CERN people and technologies.

Meyrin
15 September, 16:00
Meyrin
15 September, 16:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have had quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... 10 000 physicists and engineers, 10 000 kg of pasta, 10 000 kg of sushi, countless crates of spaghetti ... and ... 10 000 worries!" "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have made quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... ... 10,000 physicists and engineers ... 10,000 kg of pasta, 10,000 kg of sushi, countless spaghetti crates ... and ... 10,000 worries!"

Prévessin
15 September, 16:00
Prévessin
15 September, 16:00

CERN alumni, Rocio Perez-Ochoa co-founder of Bidhaa Sasa and Mait Muntel co-founder of Lingvist, in an intimate chat about their surprising carrier paths from working at CERN to creating social start-ups.

Meyrin
15 September, 16:15
Meyrin
15 September, 16:15

Working with industry to tackle tomorrow's computing challenges today

Meyrin
15 September, 16:15
Meyrin
15 September, 16:15

Viola is a physicist who knows all about particles! "I love playing with particles; they are heated, accelerated, bounced. That's how we have deciphered part of their story ... Oh yes ... I can tell you the story of the appearance of particles ... The very first moments of our universe ...

Prévessin
15 September, 16:30
Prévessin
15 September, 16:30

Using protective Faraday equipment, this artist interacts directly with the lightning flashes produced by the tesla coil, controlling the electricity and dancing with it without coming to any harm.

Meyrin
15 September, 16:30
Meyrin
15 September, 16:30

Ask your burning questions about science, engineering or any other aspect of CERN through a conversation over a coffee with our scientists from all over the world.

Meyrin
15 September, 16:45
Meyrin
15 September, 16:45

Why we still use tape at CERN?

Meyrin
15 September, 16:45
Meyrin
15 September, 16:45

In 1989 the world's largest particle physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas but information was stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee had a vision of a unifying structure that would link information across different computers, and wrote a proposal in March 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal". By 1991, this vision of universal connectivity had become the World Wide Web! The documentary "ForEveryone.Net" connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.

Meyrin
15 September, 17:00
Meyrin
15 September, 17:00

A German engineer and an English computer scientist recount the fabulous adventure of building the LHC. "Here, 100 metres under the ground, I have had quite exceptional encounters! What an extraordinary human adventure ... 10 000 physicists and engineers, 10 000 kg of pasta, 10 000 kg of sushi, countless crates of spaghetti ... and ... 10 000 worries!"

Prévessin
15 September, 17:00
Prévessin
15 September, 17:00

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 17:15
Meyrin
15 September, 17:15

Domenico Vicinanza and Genevieve Williams sonify the data of the LHC, giving it life with a live performance by CERN scientists Chiara Mariotti, Paula Collins, Piotr Traczyk, Diego Casadei, Antonio Uras and Louis De Mallacion by Domenico Vicinanza and guests

Meyrin
15 September, 17:15
Meyrin
15 September, 17:15

Electric Jazz Guitar

Meyrin
15 September, 17:30
Meyrin
15 September, 17:30

Domenico Vicinanza and Genevieve Williams sonify the data of the LHC, giving it life with a live performance by CERN scientists Chiara Mariotti, Paula Collins, Piotr Traczyk, Diego Casadei, Antonio Uras and Louis De Mallacion by Domenico Vicinanza and guests

Meyrin
15 September, 18:00
Meyrin
15 September, 18:00

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 18:00
Meyrin
15 September, 18:00

A gigantic tesla coil plays music and produces lightning flashes, showing the overwhelming power of electricity.

Meyrin
15 September, 18:00
Meyrin
15 September, 18:00