30-31 May 2016
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Test-beam with Python

31 May 2016, 16:15
31/3-004 - IT Amphitheatre (CERN)

31/3-004 - IT Amphitheatre


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Luigi Vigani (University of Oxford (GB))


The talk will show the current implementation of the software tool developed by Silab (Bonn) and Oxford University to analyze test beam data with Mimosa telescope. Data collected from the telescope are merged with hits recorded on pixel detectors with a FE-I4 chips, the official read-out chip of the Atlas Pixel Detector. The software tool used to collect data, pyBAR, is developed with Python as well. The test-beam analysis tool parses the data-sets, recreates the tracks, aligns the telescope planes and allows to investigate the detectors spatial properties with high resolution. This has just allowed to study the properties of brand new devices that stand as possible candidate to replace the current pixel detector in Atlas.

Talk Length 15 minutes

Primary author

Luigi Vigani (University of Oxford (GB))

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