Save the date: Quantum triple anniversary
Quantum triple anniversary


Tomorrow, get ready for a triple dose of quantum celebration! Join us in commemorating CERN's illustrious 70-year journey and the 60th anniversary of John Bell's groundbreaking contributions to quantum mechanics, alongside the innovative work of Constructor Institute's Professor Nicolas Gisin.


CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, stands as a globally revered hub for scientific exploration, continuously advancing our understanding of the universe and fostering groundbreaking innovations. At Constructor Institute, we draw inspiration from CERN’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of knowledge.


📅 April 18, 19.30 – 21.30 CET

📍 CERN Science Gateway - Esplanade des Particules 1, 1217, Meyrin – Switzerland 


Be a part of "The Virtuous Circle of Knowledge and Innovation" at the Science Gateway, where we'll explore how scientific research at CERN drives innovation and shapes the future of science and everyday life. From particle accelerators to data processing, discover the fascinating applications of these technologies beyond the realm of physics.


Special guests: Prof. Nicolas Gisin and Prof. Bertlmann


Esteemed experts Prof. Nicolas Gisin and Prof. Bertlmann will lead an insightful discussion on Bell's Inequalities, reflecting on their enduring legacy and profound impact on quantum information theory.


Whether you join us in person or virtually, you can catch the event live via CERN's webcast and social media platforms. Stay tuned for updates and mark your calendars for an enriching evening of exploration and discovery!