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Cutting-edge computing technologies to be highlighted in CERN openlab summer-student lectures – follow the talks online


Would you like to learn about the innovative computing technologies that underpin CERN’s groundbreaking physics research? Join us for the CERN openlab summer-student lecture programme. It is free and open to all, wherever you are in the world. Lectures will be given by CERN experts on topics ranging from quantum computing to machine learning, and from distributed computing to open data. The lectures will be livestreamed via the CERN Webcast website and the CERN Lectures YouTube channel. A full list of lectures can be found here.

The lectures are organised as part of CERN openlab’s annual summer-student programme. For the first time since 2019, summer students are back on the CERN site. The CERN openlab summer students will each spend nine weeks working with some of the latest hardware and software technologies, as well as learning how advanced computing solutions are used in high-energy physics. This year, 1770 students applied to the programme. From these, 32 students, of 18 different nationalities, were selected.