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2012 Michigan REU Student Program - First Meetingchaired by Steven Goldfarb (CERN)
Thursday, 28 June 2012 from to (Europe/Zurich)
at CERN ( 3162-1-K01 )
at CERN ( 3162-1-K01 )
First presentations by the REU Summer Students
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Speaker: Homer Neal (University of Michigan (US))
Monte Carlo Simulations of Proton-Proton Collisions
A brief overview of the necessity of the CMS experiment, and the data analysis techniques that are necessary to correctly interpret the results.
Speaker: Alexandru Bacanu (CERN) Material: Slides
ISF Simulation project
Speaker: Ryan Badman (Syracuse University) Material: Slides
Measuring the Top Mass in the Semileptonic Channel
Speaker: Benjamin Burdick Material: Slides
Multi-turn Extraction: Splitting the PS Beam in Phase Space
Speaker: Christopher Frye Material: Slides
Searching for and Characterizing the Quark-Gluon Plasma in ALICE
Speaker: John Groh Material: Slides
Event Reconstruction in the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter
Speaker: Stephanie Hamilton Material: Slides
Top Reconstruction Techniques in 0-Lepton Direct Stop Searches
A brief overview of my project dealing with top quark reconstructions from hadronic (3 jet) decays. I will also discuss the importance of this reconstruction algorithm to my working group, SUSY, and the general public.
Speaker: Anthony Kremin Material: Slides
Analysis Flow at the LHC
An introduction into the work that I will be doing this summer at CERN explained in parallel with basic steps of carrying out an analysis.
Speaker: Kristina Krylova Material: Slides
Razor Analysis of R-Parity Conserving SUSY Decays
Speaker: Ksheerasagar Vijay Material: Slides
ALICE Physics Selection Quality Assurance
The ALICE experiment uses a low level offline physics selection to check that all events passed by the triggers for saving are operating correctly. The code used for quality assurance has been in constant evolution and needs serious restructuring.
Speaker: Kevin McDermott Material: Slides
Reconstruction of the Single Top
Brief introduction to the motivations behind the CMS experiment, and more specifically, looking at the single top quark, produced primarily through electroweak interactions in the t-channel decay at the energies obtained within the LHC detector.
Speaker: Kelvin Mei Material: Slides Slides (PDF Format)
Studies of Same Sign WW Vector Boson Scattering at the ATLAS Experiment
The SM theory is based on gauge symmetries and it predicts that all particles to be massless without EWSB. We need to figure out the source for the EWSB mechanism studying the backgrounds in these case the W+W+ one.
Speaker: Ms. Diana Paola Perea Palacios Material: Slides
Scintillating Fiber Detector for AEgIS Antihydrogen Trap
A discussion of the steps in the construction of an annihilation detector, using scintillating fiber, for the AEgIS experiment.
Speaker: Joseph Redford Material: Slides
Search for the Standard Model Higgs Boson in the H→WW(∗)→lnulnu decay mode for the ATLAS Experiment
Speaker: Victor Rodriguez Material: Slides
A Study of Lambda - Lambda Bar Correlations
Speaker: Cheryl Theroux Material: Slides
- 15:00 - 15:20 Opening Remarks 20'