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° Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission
° Commission on Science and Technology for sustainable development (COMSATS)
° Quaid-E-Azam University, Islamabad
° National Center for Physics (NCP)
° Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology
° Nuclear Engineering Division (PINSTECH)
° National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Rawalpindi
° College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Co-operation with Pakistan was pioneered by CMS, and has expanded continuously over the past 15 years to include ALICE and ATLAS as well as to the accelerator sector (SPL (Linac4) and CLIC), making Pakistan a significant partner for CERN. For CMS, Pakistan built the Magnet feet, contributed to the Tracker alignment, and built and installed 320 Resistive Plate Chambers (RPC), as well as contributing to CMS computing, the WLCG and data analysis. Pakistan has also built various mechanical components for ATLAS and for the LHC.
Co-operation with the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology Nuclear Engineering Division (PINSTECH) in the area of radioprotection is being organized. Several high-level Pakistani officials have visited CERN, including President Musharraf in January 2006.
Discussions are on-going with Commission on Science and Technology for sustainable development (COMSATS) for the setting up of a version of the CERN physics teachers programme in Islamabad.
Agreements have been signed covering Pakistani contributions to LHC commissioning and Linac4.