Reply to: Paolo Giubellino's end-of-mandate message
<p>Thanks Paolo for your great contribution to the success of the ALICE experiment, good bye and good luck for fulfilling your new mission !</p>
Reply to: Happy 30th birthday, heavy-ion physics!
It was really a great day allowing to go through all the history of heavy ion physics with a look also to the future. Thanks to all the organizers who made this event possible. Greetings to all the participants and specially to all my old date friends which whom I was pioneering this new branch of high energy physics at CERN.
Reply to: Exciting times for ALICE: the new heavy-ion run is starting
<p>In fact hadron nucleus collision have quite a long history at CERN but this has started with relatively low energy beams in a fixed target configuration. Mainly nuclear enhancement under the name of a Cronin effect was studied modelling it successfuly with a Glauber type calculations. Now the scope of physics investigations is much larger but these first steps played a non negligible role in a present fast progress of this branch of high energy nuclear physics</p>
Reply to: Federico Antinori elected as the next ALICE Spokesperson
<p>My sincere congratulations Federico ! I am sure that under your guidance Alice has a very bright future ahead.</p>
Reply to: The story of ALICE
<p>I would mantion here also some unexpected similarities between heavy ions collisions and high multiplicityproton-proton collisions with proton-lead collisions bridging the two.. </p>