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Colliders and Detector Integration

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Date: from 24 Feb 15:40 to 27 Feb 10:35

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  • 24 Feb 15:40 - 18:10 1
    • Mitselmakher, Guenakh (University of Florida)
  • 25 Feb 09:00 - 12:05 2
    • Nomerotski, Andrei (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
  • 27 Feb 10:15 - 10:35 Detectors
    • Grancagnolo, Francesco (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare)

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Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The PANDA experiment at FAIR (Darmstadt) is a fixed target experiment in a high energy storage ring. Antiprotons with a momentum of 1.5 GeV/c up to 15 GeV/c collide with an atomic beam perpendicular to the interaction point (IP). The spectrometer consists of a solenoid magnet around the IP followed by a dipole magnet. The spectrometer stages are both equipped with various planes of detectors for c ... More
Presented by Prometeusz JASINSKI on 25/2/2014 at 2:25
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
Detectors with diamond sensors are used in the CMS experiment and along the LHC ring to monitor beam conditions. The fast system BCM1F in CMS using single crystal diamond sensors allows bunch by bunch measurements with nanosecond time resolution. Operating right from the very first beams in CMS it was extended to deliver the online luminosity of the experiment. Similar detectors were also installe ... More
Presented by Wolfgang LANGE on 25/2/2014 at 2:45
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The review of using of compton backscattering method for electron beam energy determination is given.
Presented by Mikhail ACHASOV on 25/2/2014 at 3:05
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
Determination of alignment and calibration constants plays one of the central role in the operation of the CMS experiment. Prompt and accurate alignment and calibration of the CMS components are crucial to achieve optimal performance of the detector and to allow the CMS physics program to reach its goals. Sophisticated algorithms and workflows are developed and routinely employed to align and cali ... More
Presented by Yuriy PAKHOTIN on 25/2/2014 at 2:00
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The presentation reports on ongoing studies for general purpose detectors at a future TeV-scale e⁺e⁻ Compact LInear Collider (CLIC). The CLIC physics goals impose stringent requirements on the detector. Improvements on state-of-the-art track and jet energy resolutions are needed. At the same time, the beam-induced backgrounds introduce challenging conditions for the event reconstruction. Und ... More
Presented by Strahinja LUKIC on 24/2/2014 at 10:00
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The International Linear Collider is a planned energy frontier electron-positron collider which will cover the energy range from 250 GeV to 1 TeV in several stages. This machine will precisely study the Higgs and Top sectors, perform electroweak precision measurements and will explore New Physics both directly and indirectly. This ambitious program requires highly performant detector systems. Two ... More
Presented by Frank SIMON on 24/2/2014 at 9:35
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
COMET is a muon-to-electron conversion experiment at the J-PARC laboratory, the first of two phases of which is scheduled to start running in 2016. Its final single-event sensitivity to this rare muon decay process is expected to be 2.6 × 10⁻¹⁷. This experiment places very specific requirements on its particle detectors, which arise from the high background rates and the need to find single ... More
Presented by Yoshi UCHIDA on 27/2/2014 at 3:15
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The high charge density and high energy at future linear colliders will present challenges to the luminosity measurement that have not been there in the past. The intense electromagnetic interaction between the electron bunches influences the luminosity measurement at the level of several percent. Precise correction of the beam-beam effects, based on experimentally measurable quantities, is descri ... More
Presented by Strahinja LUKIC on 24/2/2014 at 10:50
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
Abstract is not provided.
Presented by Valery TELNOV on 24/2/2014 at 8:40
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The International Linear Collider (ILC) is a future e⁺e⁻ collider at the energy frontier. Its physics goals are clearly focused on precision measurements at the electroweak scale and beyond. Beam polarisation and beam energy are two important parameters, which need to be measured and monitored to unprecedented possible precision. In this talk we will present the concepts of polarisation and en ... More
Presented by Benedikt VORMWALD on 24/2/2014 at 10:30
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
We present the status of Mu2e experiment for the search of coherent, neutrino-less conversion of muons into electrons in the field of a nucleus to a few parts in 10⁻¹⁷, a sensitivity improvement of a factor of 10⁴ over existing limits. The Mu2e experiment will be hosted by Fermilab at a new muon campus. It will use a complex of solenoids to collect and transport the muons, produced when the ... More
Presented by David HITLIN on 25/2/2014 at 3:55
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The Multi-Purpose Detector (MPD) is designed as 4π spectrometer to study heavy-ion collisions at the Nuclotron-based heavy Ion Collider fAcility at JINR. At the designed luminosity the event rate in the MPD is ~7kHz and charge particle multiplicity ~1000. A superconducting 5m diameter solenoid is equiped with a inner tracking system based on silicon microstrip detector, large volume time-projecti ... More
Presented by Stepan RAZIN on 25/2/2014 at 4:20
Type: Oral presentation Session: Colliders and Detector Integration
Track: Colliders and Detector Integration
The multipurpose detector (MPD) is a 4π spectrometer to be used for studying charged hadrons, electrons, and photons generated in heavy ion collisions at energies provided by the NICA collider of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna). A constituent part of the MPD is a solenoid magnet with a superconducting NbTi coil and a steel flux return yoke. The magnet weighs eight hundred tons a ... More
Presented by Evgeny KOSHURNIKOV on 25/2/2014 at 4:45
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