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 EoS (Equation of State) of dense nuclear matters. This EoS plays crutial role for understanding nature of neutron stars and collapses of supernovae.
The BM@N detector have to be properly optimized. At this moment active work is underway to simulate the BM@N experiment by the Monte Carlo method. This can be done f.e. by comparison of coordinates obtained directly from some models with coordinates obtained from such data passed through simulation of detector response and experimental analysis.
1. Installation of BmnROOT
2. Explore universal curve for all particles.
3. Modify class.
4. Using experimental procedure to get results before and after modifications.
5. Getting correction data by comparison differences of reconstructed and true (MC) particle coordinates in the detectors.
1. The BM@N experiment at JINR: status and physics program D. Baranov at al. KnowledgeE Energy & Physics