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Peter Steinberg | USLHC | USA

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Changing of the Guard

A nice article on the changing of ATLAS leadership in the CERN Courier.   It really gives a sense of the sustained commitment that it has taken to make a huge project like ATLAS become a reality.

I am very proud to have helped the collaboration to construct ATLAS. Twenty years ago we could only imagine the experiment in our dreams and now it exists,” says Jenni. “I could lead the collaboration for so long because I was supported by very good ATLAS management teams where the right people, such as Fabiola Gianotti, Steinar Stapnes, Marzio Nessi and Markus Nordberg over the past five years, were in the right places.”

It’s also interesting to find out in the CERN courier that your own experiment is a lot larger than you might have realized (i.e. it’s officially 3000 people!  I can’t say I’ve ever met even a fraction of them myself…).

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