26-30 March 2012
University of Bonn
Europe/Berlin timezone

Minimum bias and underlying event studies

29 Mar 2012, 11:20
20m
Small Lecture Hall, Mathematical Institute (University of Bonn)

Small Lecture Hall, Mathematical Institute

University of Bonn

Hadronic final states Hadronic final states

Speaker

Dr Arthur Moraes (University of Glasgow (GB))

Description

The majority of proton-proton collisions at the LHC contain only soft, low transverse-momentum scatters. Such scatters also occur between the remnants of the protons in conjunction with short-distance, high momentum scatters. Measurements of soft particle production and energy flow are presented fir a wide range of different kinematic selections; correlations between the produced particles, and identified strange particles, are also studied. The energy flow and charged-particle distributions accompanying hard scatters are also measured. The measurements are compared to current Monte Carlo simulations and used to tune the parameters and suggest improved physics models.

Primary author

Dr Arthur Moraes (University of Glasgow (GB))

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