9-15 June 2018
Woodlands Conference Center
America/New_York timezone
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ALICE Central Trigger Processor for LHC Run 3

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Woodlands Conference Center

Woodlands Conference Center

159 Visitor Center Dr, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Oral presentation Large Experiments 2


Luis Alberto Perez Moreno (Autonomous University of Puebla (MX))


ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment) is one of the four main experiments at
CERN Large Hadron Collider. The ALICE collaboration plans a major detector upgrade during long shutdown 2,which is at present foreseen to start at the end of year 2018 followed by Run 3 starting in year 2021. The CTP will manage different interaction rates, 50 kHz in Pb-Pb up to few hundred kHz in pp collisions. The trigger system will also allow for different readout strategies. To cover these requirements the ALICE-CTP will be completely redesigned. The new CTP system consist in a new universal trigger board based in Kintex Ultrascale FPGA able to support up to 20 High-speed links and a novel Timing and Trigger Control system based on Passive Optical Networks. The new trigger downstream (CTP to Detectors) distribution is running with 9.6 GHz signal. The overview and current status of the ALICE-CTP will be presented.

Speaker Luis Alberto Perez Moreno
Minioral Yes
Country Mexico
Institute University of Puebla
Description Trigger

Primary authors

Luis Alberto Perez Moreno (Autonomous University of Puebla (MX)) Arturo Fernandez Tellez (Autonomous University of Puebla (MX)) David Evans (University of Birmingham (GB)) Marian Krivda (University of Birmingham (GB)) Anton Jusko (University of Birmingham (GB)) Roman Lietava (Birmingham) Orlando Villalobos Baillie (University of Birmingham (GB)) Guillermo Tejeda Munoz (Autonomous University of Puebla (MX))

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