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01/06/2022
IceCube Collaboration Meeting
IceCube resumes in-person collaboration meetings
31/05/2022
Orazio Zapparrata wins Belgian Physics Society prize for his work on the Pierre Auger experiment
11/04/2022
Pierre Vilain, 1944-2022
Our colleague and friend Pierre Vilain passed away recently. He was a key researcher at the IIHE in the neutrino sector.
25/03/2022
The IIHE is rallying in solidarity in response to the war in Ukraine.
25/05/2021
Celebrating IceCube’s first decade of discovery
Celebrating IceCube’s first decade of discovery
12/06/2020
picture of LOFAR with balloons
LOFAR celebrates 10 year birthday
27/06/2019
The fifth International Future Circular Collider (FCC) Conference takes place in Brussels
10/12/2018
The IceCube neutrino observatory
IceCube has been selected by Science as one of the four candidates to be elected as "Breakthrough of the year 2018"
10/12/2018
The annual report of IIHE activities in 2017 is now available
10/12/2018
The CMS experiment
IIHE physicist Freya Blekman joins CMS physics coordination as Physics Communication Officer
16/10/2018
Here a machine measuring CMS sensors, you see the recorded image plus the code for auto focusing
To efficiently build the CMS tracker endcap, automation will be needed. This machine aims to automatically focus the image of the sensor, such that we have always sharp pictures to measure the sensor!
01/08/2018
Onze aarde ligt constant onder vuur. Star Trek is er niks bij. Naar de bron van de deeltjes die onze planeet bestoken werd al sinds 1910 gezocht en is nu eindelijk gevonden.
28/07/2018
VUB-IIHE researcher Krijn de Vries has received a prestegious European Research Council Starting Grant for his project "Radio detection of the PeV – EeV cosmic-neutrino flux".
27/07/2018
Press Conference on 12 July 2018 on ground-breaking results from IceCube experiment: Multimessenger astronomy with Neutrinos from Blazars
20/06/2018
Kirill Skovpen writes about the recent observation of the simultaneous production of Higgs particles and Top quarks