Apr 7 – 9, 2021
University of Pittsburgh
US/Eastern timezone

The key goal of this virtual workshop is to learn from the latest Run 2 results to provide inspiration for new ideas in Run 3. In addition, a variety of tools will be discussed, including: triggers, machine learning, and reconstruction. We will also allow for ample discussion and have a social hour to allow for meeting new people and forming connections and collaborations.

 

Topics

  • Latest results and vision for a variety of physics topics: Higgs, DiHiggs, Non-Standard Model Higgs decays, Dark matter, long-lived particles and Standard Model measurements 

  • Development of new tools related to trigger hardware and algorithms 

  • Usage of machine learning in reconstruction and analysis of data 

  • Lessons learned and how to apply them to Run

 

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://pitt.zoom.us/j/91885881484

Meeting ID: 918 8588 1484
Passcode: register for workshop

LOCAL ORGANIZERS: Ben Carlson, Brian Batell, Tae Min Hong, Jim Mueller, Keping Xie

EXTERNAL ORGANIZERS: Christian Herwig (Fermilab), Chris Hayes (Michigan)

ADMINISTRATOR: Joni George

Q&A. We plan to use the hand raise option in Zoom (you have to load the participants list to see whether a hand is raised). The session chairs will moderate the Q&A, and ask those with raised hands to unmute and proceed with the question. If it is not possible to speak, there will also be a chat box where a question can be typed and relayed to the speaker by the session chairs.

 

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US/Eastern
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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