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Trigger, electronics and DAQ

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Date: from 28 Feb 16:55 to 1 Mar 10:50

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  • 28 Feb 16:55 - 18:20 1
    • Titov, Maxim (CEA Saclay)
  • 1 Mar 09:00 - 10:50 2
    • Denisov, Dmitri (Fermilab)

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Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
We present the results of an R&D study of a specialized processor capable of precisely reconstructing events with hundreds of charged-particle tracks in pixel detectors at 40 MHz, thus suitable for processing LHC events at the full crossing frequency. For this purpose we design and test a massively parallel pattern-recognition algorithm, inspired by studies of the processing of visual images by t ... More
Presented by Giovanni PUNZI on 1/3/2014 at 3:30
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
The Minimum Bias Trigger Scintillators (MBTS) delivered the primary triggers for selecting events from real LHC collisions with the smallest bias for the low luminosity LHC RunI fills from 2009-2013 (proton-proton, lead-lead and lead-proton collisions). MBTS also will provide key ingredients for the first RunII physics measurements at the new LHC proton-proton collisions energies (charge multiplic ... More
Presented by Antonio SIDOTI on 28/2/2014 at 11:00
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
The BINP VEPP2000 e⁺e⁻ collider is under upgrade now. The new particle injection system will increase the collider's luminosity in order of magnitude. This article is devoted to how the CMD-3 detector DAQ works and how it to be upgraded to accept a higher luminosity. Now the CMD-3 detector DAQ named TOMA is already at physical data taking for few years. It operates with 12.5 MHz bunch crossin ... More
Presented by Alexander RUBAN on 28/2/2014 at 10:40
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
The trigger of the LHCb experiment consists of two stages : an initial hardware trigger, and a high-level trigger implemented in a farm of CPUs. It reduces the event rate from an input of 15 MHz to around 5 kHz. To maximize efficiencies and minimize biases, the trigger is designed around inclusive selection algorithms, culminating in a novel boosted decision tree which enables the efficient select ... More
Presented by Tim HEAD on 1/3/2014 at 2:40
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
At the future Belle II experiment the inner DEPFET (DEPleted Field Effect Transistor) pixel detector will consist of ~8 million channels. Because of its small distance to the interaction region and the high luminosity in Belle II, for a trigger rate of ~30 kHz with an estimated occupancy of ~3% a data rate of ~22 GB/s is expected. Due to the high data rate a reduction factor higher than 30 is need ... More
Presented by David MUENCHOW on 1/3/2014 at 3:05
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
The PANDA experiment will be build at the antiproton storage ring HESR, a part of the new accelerator facility FAIR in Darmstadt, Germany. PANDA aims amongst others for high precision measurements in hadron spectroscopy and search for exotic matter. To guarantee the high resolution of the different components a detector control system (DCS) monitoring temperatures, humidity, pressure, and controll ... More
Presented by Florian FELDBAUER on 1/3/2014 at 2:00
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
The LHC accelerator at CERN in Geneva is being upgraded to increase its energy and luminosity, which requires that the CMS detector and its trigger system are also upgraded to make full use of higher collision rates. The trigger upgrade will proceed in several stages. At present the hardware-based Level-1 trigger is being upgraded to improve the resolution and thus allow for efficient data taking ... More
Presented by Manfred JEITLER on 28/2/2014 at 9:55
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
New CHOD would be a part of L0 trigger at NA62 experiment and should provide a veto signal on multiplicity and photonuclear interaction at RICH mirrors from one hand and be a time setting counter together with RICH for single track events from another. Measurements were done on cosmic muons using MWPC as a tracking system and SiPM's as photodetectors.
Presented by Sergey KHOLODENKO on 1/3/2014 at 2:20
Type: Oral presentation Session: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
Track: Trigger, electronics and DAQ
The upgrade of the Belle detector (BelleII) is going on now. This upgrade is needed to operate on high luminosity of the KEKB storage ring after its upgrade (SuperKEKB) and concludes redesign of the most subdetectors, front-end electronics, Trigger and DAQ systems. In this report we present the modified trigger subsystem of the CsI calorimeter and its integration with Global Decision Logic of the ... More
Presented by Vladimir ZHULANOV on 28/2/2014 at 10:20
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