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Final presentation of my summer research into new and improved methods for identifying top quarks in 6+ jet events with missing transverse energy. Specifically, I will discuss methods I have developed to reconstruct tops, and my future plans for my project in the future.
Anthony James Kremin
(University of Michigan (US))
Video in CDS
Monte Carlo Comparisons in W-gamma-gamma Channel10m40-S2-C01 - Salle Curie
I will present the last nine weeks of work on building a class that efficiently produces trending physics selection of various trigger classes for the purposes of quality assurance. This class is easily generalizable and will be used for live monitoring via a webpage.
Video in CDS
Resolving the Neutrino Ambiguity10m40-S2-C01 - Salle Curie