Conference Partners

We are pleased to have CERN and IMD as our conference Partners.

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CERN, an international organization with twenty European member states, operates and manages the world's largest particle physics laboratory. Numerous collaborative experiments are conducted at CERN, including the ATLAS Experiment. ATLAS is a particle physics experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Geneva Switzerland. Located in a cavern nearly 100 meters below ground and along the 27 km long LHC accelerator, its purpose is to explore the very early conditions of our universe by registering and analyzing the particle collisions generated by the LHC. The ATLAS Experiment is run by a global community of over 3000 physicists, engineers, and students representing 38 countries.

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IMD is a top-ranked business school - experts in developing global leaders through high-impact executive education. All IMD programs and services focus on real-world challenges faced by executives. IMD works with clients—individuals, teams and organizations—to resolve their issues, build capabilities and prepare for the future. Based in Switzerland and also operating out of key locations worldwide, IMD shares its host nation's commitment to excellence while offering a unique global experience. IMD is constantly innovating to give clients the programs they need, where and how they need them. Starting from pioneering approaches—such as action learning and blended learning —programs are adapted to address each client's individual challenges.

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