WIT2014 Workshop on Intelligent Trackers

from Wednesday, May 14, 2014 (9:15 AM) to Friday, May 16, 2014 (12:30 PM)
University of Pennsylvania

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
May 14, 2014
May 15, 2014
May 16, 2014
AM
9:15 AM Introduction   ()
9:25 AM Welcome from Department Chair - Larry Gladney   ()
9:30 AM A Parallel FPGA Implementation for Real-Time 2D Pixel Clustering for the ATLAS Fast TracKer (FTK) Processor - Stamatios Gkaitatzis (CERN)   ()
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10:00 AM The Serial Link Processor for the Fast TracKer (FTK) processor at ATLAS - Valentino Liberali (Universita degli Studi di Milano)   ()
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10:30 AM Towards a Level-1 tracking trigger for the ATLAS experiment at the High Luminosity LHC - Dr Tim Martin (University of Warwick)   ()
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11:00 AM --- Break ---
11:30 AM Level-1 track triggering at CMS for the HL-LHC - Louise Skinnari (Cornell University (US))   ()
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9:00 AM Wireless data transfer with mm-waves for future tracking detectors - Daniel Pelikan (Uppsala University (SE))   ()
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9:30 AM Fiber-optic links based on silicon photonics for high-speed readout of trackers - Alexander Paramonov (Argonne National Laboratory (US))   ()
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10:00 AM 60 GHz Wireless Data Transfer for Tracker Readout Systems - First Studies and Results - Mr Sebastian Dittmeier (University Heidelberg)   ()
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10:30 AM Multi-Gigabit Low-Power Radiation-Tolerant Data Links for High Energy Physics Experiments - Mr Merritt Miller (UCSB)   ()
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11:00 AM --- Break ---
11:30 AM Design and Assembly Studies for Track Trigger Modules - Prof. Mani Tripathi (UC Davis)   ()
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9:00 AM R&D on detector components using 3D IC for LHC upgrades and other future detectors - Julia Thom (Cornell University)   ()
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9:30 AM Thin pixel assembly fabrication development with backside compensation layer - Richard Bates (University of Glasgow (GB))   ()
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10:00 AM 3-D Pixel Imagers with Exploitation of Delta-rays in Precision Tracking and Identification of Relativistic Particles   ()
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10:30 AM Discussion   ()
11:30 AM --- Break ---
PM
12:00 PM Macro Pixel ASIC (MPA): The Readout ASIC for the Pixel-Strip (PS) module of the CMS Inner Tracker at HL-LHC - Davide Ceresa (CERN)   ()
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12:30 PM A Time-Multiplexed Track-Trigger architecture for CMS - Geoff Hall (Imperial College Sci., Tech. & Med. (GB))   ()
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1:00 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM Beam test performance of the 2S prototype module for the High Luminosity Upgrade of the CMS Strip Tracker. - Davide Braga (RAL/STFC)   ()
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2:30 PM System Architecture and Vertical Slice Demonstration for CMS L1 Silicon-based Tracking Trigger - Tiehui Ted Liu (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   ()
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3:00 PM Hardware Implementation of FPGA based Level-1 Tracking - Jorge Chaves (Cornell University (US))   ()
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3:30 PM --- Break ---
4:00 PM L1 track triggering with associative memories for the CMS HL-LHC tracker - David Sabes (Universite Claude Bernard-Lyon I (FR))   ()
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4:30 PM A New Track Reconstruction Algorithm for the Mu3e Experiment based on a fast Multiple Scattering Fit - Dr Alexandr Kozlinskiy (University Heidelberg)   ()
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5:00 PM Three-Dimensional Triplet Tracking for LHC and Future High Rate Experiments - Andre Schoening (Physikalisches Institut-Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg-U)   ()
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5:30 PM Test of a Fast Cluster Finding Self-Seeded Trigger System for the ATLAS Upgrade - Haichen Wang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   ()
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12:00 PM Bio-inspired vision sensors and processing systems - Prof. Jan Van der Spiegel   ()
12:45 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM Analysis of data compresssion efficiency in silicon detector readout - Mauricio Garcia-Sciveres (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   ()
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2:30 PM The artificial retina processor for track reconstruction at the LHC crossing rate - Diego Tonelli (CERN)   ()
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3:00 PM Simulation and performance of an artificial retina algorithm for 40 MHz track reconstruction - Pietro Marino (Sezione di Pisa (IT))   ()
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3:30 PM --- Break ---
4:00 PM Sensors with several different pixel geometries assembled into modules with common pixel ASIC - Marko Milovanovic (University of Liverpool (GB))   ()
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4:30 PM The upgrade of the LHCb trigger system - Conor Fitzpatrick (CERN)   ()
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5:00 PM Event building and reconstruction at 30 MHz using a CPU farm - Umberto Marconi (INFN Bologna)   ()
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5:30 PM Discussion   ()
12:00 PM Close-out   ()