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The Compact Muon Solenoid, CMS for short, is one of the two detectors in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Europe. The LHC tunnel circumference measures a whopping 27 kilometers (17 mi) and when fully operational will smash protons to smithereens at a center of mass energy of 14 TeV. I am Sam. I am joining CMS from its predecessor, Collider Detector at Fermilab. Me and my group at Florida International University provide services to CMS detector maintenance and will be mining the data to understand our very existence.
Please note:Primary goal of this webby is to help me find things easily and quickly. But I do keep lot of material for a curious user or a beginner at CMS. I am using lot of extra stuff other than plain HTML for now. But will move things later on for faster loading. To view correctly, you need to enable ActiveX and allow Java Scripts.
What's Cooking at CMS
- CMS Times
- CMS Physics Objectives and Results
- The Science of ATLAS and CMS
- 3D Animation of CMS Assembly (YouTube)
This CMS Detector Flash movie is pulled from USCMS web.