Gianotti

Gia·not·ti

(jah-not'ē),
F., 20th-century Italian dermatologist. See: Gianotti-Crosti syndrome.
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Jenny Graham, 39, finished in 124 days and 11 hours, beating Italian Paola Gianotti's 144 days by nearly three weeks.
Ms Graham, who completed her remarkable feat in October, knocked almost three weeks off the previous record of 144 days set by Italy's Paola Gianotti in 2014.
Jenny Graham knocked almost three weeks off the previous best set by Italian Paola Gianotti for circumnavigating the globe by bike.
It shows the tremendous potential of the FCC to improve our knowledge of fundamental physics and to advance many technologies with a broad impact on society', said CERN director-general Fabiola Gianotti. 'While presenting new, daunting challenges, the FCC would greatly benefit from CERN's expertise, accelerator complex and infrastructures, which have been developed over more than half a century.'
Some of the technologies shaping the evolution of these robots include designs that aid human-machine collaboration, new software libraries for robot control, easier-to-use interfaces, plug-and-play implementation, and cloud-based predictive analytics for robot maintenance and condition monitoring, says Simone Gianotti, business development manager for EcoStruxure Industry at Schneider Electric.
The 38-year-old arrived at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin yesterday, knocking almost three weeks off the previous record of 144 days set by Italy's Paola Gianotti in 2014.
"It's electrical schematics at your fingertips," said Schneider's Simone Gianotti, "rather than having to search for a manual." Delta Systems' Tim Engel, Software Engineer, showed how to use the AR tool on one of Delta's Eagle flow wrappers.
(7.) Pirola CJ, Fernandez Gianotti T, Castano GO, et al.
"The High-Luminosity LHC will extend the LHC's reach beyond its initial mission, bringing new opportunities for discovery, measuring the properties of particles such as the Higgs boson with greater precision, and exploring the fundamental constituents of the universe ever more profoundly," said CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti.
For example, Watt and Tierney refer to a study by Gianotti et al.