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The SoLid experiment aims to measure short distance neutrino oscillations using nuclear reactor antineutrinos. Key to its sensitivity are the experiment's high spatial and energy resolution, accomplishable via detector segmentation, large data rates and sophisticated reconstruction algorithms. SoLid is also capable of tracking cosmic muons; in principle a source of background, these turn into a valuable calibration source if they can be cleanly resolved. This talk gives an overview of the SoLid experiment, focusing on the associated computational challenges, and presents a brief selection of results from cosmic ray reconstruction at the most recent SoLid prototype, installed in the SCK-CEN research nuclear reactor at Mol, Belgium
Daniel Martin Saunders
(University of Bristol (GB))
ARM processors in HEP10m
Joshua Wyatt Smith
(University of Cape Town (ZA))
High performance I/O with the ZeroMQ (ØMQ) messaging library10m
In this presentation an introduction of the ZeroMQ library is provided in the context of I/O in distributed performance without compromising performance.
The raise of the not-so-benevolent systemd tyrant - or Poettering please go away from Linux10m
(University of Sofia (BG))
improving the efficiency/speedup of a simulation of a charging-up effect that happens in gas electron multipliers10m
Pedro Manuel Mendes Correia
(University of Aveiro (PT))