Upgrade Workshop

US/Central
FNAL

FNAL

Description
CMS Upgrade Workshop 19-21 Nov at Fermilab -- To register, please click on "EVALUATION" at top of this page. The Workshop wil have the following working groups: Muon Detector Hadron Calorimeter Tracking Systems Trigger Electromagnetic Calorimeter
Local Hotel Info
Registration
to chez leon
    • 1
      Plenary session WH1W

      WH1W

      FNAL

      A series of introductory talks and presentations by working group leaders
      Speaker: Joel Butler (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL))
    • 2
      Welcome WH1W

      WH1W

      FNAL

      Slides
    • 3
      Overview of Upgrade and Objectives of the Workshop
      Speaker: Jordan Nash
      Slides
    • 4
      Electronics issues for the upgrades
      Speaker: Alessandro Marchioro (CERN)
      Slides
    • 10:45 AM
      break
    • 5
      Simulation Issues for the upgrade Wh1W

      Wh1W

      FNAL

      Speaker: Harry Cheung (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL))
      Slides
    • 6
      Working group charges and plans for the workshop WH1W

      WH1W

      FNAL

      • a) Muon Detector WG introduction
        Speaker: Wolfram Zeuner (CERN/DESY)
        Slides
      • b) Hadron Calorimeter WG introduction
        Speaker: Drew Baden (University of Maryland, Physics Dept)
        Slides
      • c) Tracking Systems WG introduction
        Speaker: Dr daniela bortoletto (Purdue University)
        Slides
      • d) Trigger WG introduction
        Speaker: Dr Costas Fountas (Imperial College)
        Slides
      • e) Tracking Trigger WG introduction
        Speaker: Peter Sharp (CERN)
        Slides
      • f) Electromagnetic Calorimeter WG introduction
        Speaker: Bob Hirosky (U. Virginia)
        Slides
    • 1:00 PM
      break

      Lunch Break

    • 7
      Working groups meet
      Working groups meet in parallel sessions
      • a) Muon Detector WG
        The Muon Detector Working Group will meet in the Sunrise Room, WH11NE
        agenda
      • b) Hadron Calorimeter WG
        The Hadron Calorimeter Working Group will meet in the West Wing, WH10NW
        agenda
      • c) Tracking Systems WG
        The Tracking Systems Working group will meet in CURIA II, Wilson Hall 2 SW
        agenda
      • d) Trigger System Working Group
        Part of Trigger Working Group devoted to infrastructure changes and changes to Muon and Calorimeter triggers for Phase 1. The group will meet in the Hornets' Nest, WH8X
        agenda
      • e) Electromagnetic Calorimeter WG
        The Electromagnetic Calorimeter Working Group will meet in the ROC Room, WH11NW
        agenda
    • 8
      Continuation of working group meetings
      Full agendas are listed with Wednesday's parallel sessions. Note that room assignments may be different from Wednesday's.
      • a) Muon Detector WG
        The Muon Detector Working Group will meet in the Sunrise Room, WH11NE
      • b) Hadron Calorimeter WG
        The Hadron Calorimeter Working Group will meet in the West Wing, WH10NW
      • c) Tracking Systems WG
        The Tracking Systems Working group will meet in WH1W
      • d) Tracking Trigger WG
        Part of Trigger session devoted to Tracking Triggers. The group will meet in the Hornets' Nest, WH8X
        agenda
      • e) Electromagnetic Calorimeter WG
        The Electromagnetic Calorimeter Working Group will meet in the ROC Room, WH11NW
        agenda
    • 10:45 AM
      break 1-1-025

      1-1-025

      FNAL

    • 9
      Plenary Session: Trigger Group Common issues
      • a) Trigger/tracking issues
      • b) Trigger/calorimeters and muon detector joint issues
    • 3:30 PM
      break CERN

      CERN

    • Software and computing discussion
      agenda
    • 7:00 PM
      Workshop Dinner Chez Leon, Fermilab Users Center

      Chez Leon, Fermilab Users Center

      FNAL

      A no-host dinner at Chez Leon. Details to be provided.

    • 10:00 PM
      break
    • 10
      Working group parallel sessions
      Meet to complete work and action plan and to agree on summary talk. Full agendas are listed with Wednesday's parallel sessions. Note that room assignments may be different from Wednesday's or Thursday's.
      • a) Muon Detector WG
        The Muon Detector Working Group will meet in the Sunrise Room, WH11NE to prepare summary remarks and action plan for next 6 months
      • b) Hadron Calorimeter WG
        The Hadron Calorimeter Working Group will meet in the Comitium, WH2SE to prepare summary remarks and action plan for next 6 months
      • c) Tracking Systems WG
        The Tracking Systems working group will meet in Ramsey Auditorium, WH1S, to prepare summary remarks and action plan for next 6 months
      • d) Trigger WG
        The full Trigger Working group will meet in the Hornets' Nest, WH8X to prepare summary remarks and action plan for next 6 months
      • e) Electromagnetic Calorimeter WG
        The Electromagnetic Calorimeter Working Group will meet in the ROC Room, WH11NW to prepare summary remarks and action plan for next 6 months
        agenda
    • 11
      Working group summaries Ramsey Auditorium

      Ramsey Auditorium

      FNAL

      Fifteen minute summaries from each working group
      • a) Electromagnetic Calorimeter WG summary
        Speaker: Francesca Nessi-Tedaldi (U. Virginia)
        Slides
      • b) Hadron Calorimeter WG summary
        Speaker: Jim Freeman (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL))
        Slides
      • c) Muon Detector WG summary
        Speaker: Jay Hauser (High Energy Physics)
        Slides
      • d) Tracking Systems WG summary
        Speaker: Daniela Bortoletto (Purdue University)
        Slides
      • e) Trigger WG summary
        Speakers: Dr Costas Fountas (Imperial College) , Peter Sharp (CERN)
      • f) Simulation Group summary
        Slides
    • 10:45 AM
      break CERN

      CERN

    • 12
      Discussion and workshop end Ramsey Auditorium

      Ramsey Auditorium

      FNAL

      A brief summary and discussion
      Speakers: Joel Butler (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL)) , Dr Jordan Nash (CERN)