Prof. Berndt Mueller will travel to Geneva, Switzerland from August 16 to September 10th. He'll be working at the LHC co-directing a four-week CERN Theory Institute called "The First Heavy Ion Collisions at the LHC." Mueller will be co-directing with three other international collaborators - Urs Wiedemann from CERN, Krzystof Redlich from Wroclaw, and Edward Shuryak from Stony Brook. Their team will be looking at some of the first results from LHC. Duke Prof. Steffen Bass and Hannah Petersen, a Duke post-doc, will be there for a week. For more information visit the CERN Theory Institute website.