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3 January 2018 to 1 December 2018
JINR DUBNA
Europe/Warsaw timezone
Slow Control Conference Warsaw 2018.11.09

Estimation of hyperons detection efficiency in BM@N

Not scheduled
15m
B: 215; room 327 (JINR DUBNA)

B: 215; room 327

JINR DUBNA

Joliot Curie 6
Team for the Future of NICA Dubna 2018 TeFeNica-2018

Speaker

Daniel Henryk Wielanek (Warsaw University of Technology (PL))

Description

BM@N - Baryonic Matter at Nuclotron is a fixed target experiment that is part of NICA (Nuclotron-based Ion Collider fAcility). This experiment is dedicated to study ion collisions to study properties of the equation-of state (EoS) of dense nuclear matters. This EoS plays crutial role for understanding nature of neutron stars and collapses of supernovae.
One of crucial observables for studying of EoS is strangeness production, especially in form of strange baryons (hyperons). Yields of those particles can be used to get interesting information about evolution of colliding system. However to get real yields all detector inefficiencies must be taken into account. This can be done by comparison of yields obtained directly from some models with yields obtained from such data passed through simulation of detector response and experimental analysis.

Tasks:
1. Installation of BmnROOT
2. Performing simulation with BM@N detector with events that contains hyperons
3. Using experimental procedure to get hyperon yields
4. Obtaingy hyperon yields directly from MC model
5. Getting correction data by comparison of yields from MC generator and obtained from simulated data
Recommended literature:
1. The BM@N experiment at JINR: status and physics program D. Baranov at al. KnE Energy & Physics
2. A Feasibility Study of Hyperon and Hypernuclei Reconstruction at NICA with BM@N Detector – D. Suvarleva eta all J. Phys.: Conf. Ser.668 012121

Temat: OK

Primary authors

Alexander Zinchenko (JOINT INSTITUTE FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH (JINR), DUBNA, RUSSIA) Daniel Henryk Wielanek (Warsaw University of Technology (PL))

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