10-15 March 2019
Steinmatte conference center
Europe/Zurich timezone

Poster Sessions

As we have received many contributions, the posters will be presented in two bulks;

Poster session 1: Monday + Tuesday

Poster Session 2: Wednesday + Thursday

Presenters of posters are kindly required to hang their posters at the dedicated poster board at the first day of their allocated poster session, and to remove it by the end of the second day.

Please be sure to upload your poster also to your poster entry in Indico (under contributions).

Id Poster Board nr Title Presenters Track
Poster session 1: Monday and Tuesday
403 1 Method for results comparison of various versions of simulation program by the use of experimental data Serguei Bityukov Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
435 2 CernVM-FS Container Image Integration Simone Mosciatti Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
419 3 Geant4 Parameter Tuning Using Professor Soon Yung Jun Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
443 4 Making RooFit Ready for Run 3 Stephan Hageboeck Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
477 5 Setting up technical requirements for an astroparticle data life cycle Victoria Tokareva Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
489 6 Application on LHC High Energy Physic data analysis with IBM Quantum Computing Wen Guan Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
289 7 An Ensemble of Neural Networks for Online Electron Filtering at the ATLAS Experiment. Werner Spolidoro Freund Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
314 8 Boosted decision trees in the classification tasks with the Telescope Array surface detector data Yana Zhezher Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
442 9 A fast and parametric digitization for triple-GEM detectors Riccardo Farinelli Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
456 10 GRAAL: Gem Reconstruction And Analysis Library Riccardo Farinelli Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
475 11 Exploring Hybrid Deep Learning Architecture for Experimental HEP Data Analysis Yavar Taheri Yeganeh Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
485 12 Explore cloud solutions for ATLAS with $250,000 AWS cloud credits Yongsheng Gao Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
364 13 In-Memory Parallel Computing for Partial Wave Analysis Zhanchen Wei Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
323 14 TAG based data analysis in BESIII offline sofware ZIYAN DENG Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
398 15 Monitoring of time evolution of the trigger rates exploiting deep representation learning at the CMS experiment Adrian Alan Pol Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
295 16 Deep generative models for fast shower simulation in ATLAS Aishik Ghosh Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
437 17 Hardware Accelerated ATLAS Workloads on the WLCG Alessandra Forti Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
391 18 Scaling the training of semantic segmentation on MicroBooNE events to multiple GPUs Alexander Hagen Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
282 19 Kotlin - new language for scientific programming Alexander Nozik Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
291 20 ELisA: the ATLAS logbook facility extensions Alina Corso Radu Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
329 21 Controls and Configuration software for the ATLAS DAQ system in LHC Run 2 Alina Corso Radu Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
365 22 DD4hep: an integrated detector description tool for HEP Andre Sailer, Frank-Dieter Gaede, Marko Petric, Markus Frank Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
455 23 JupyterLab at the Saint Petersburg State University Andrey Zarochentsev Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
406 24 Deep learning for Directional Dark Matter search Artem Golovatiuk Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
316 25 Data Sampling challenges in the ALICE O2 distributed processing system Barthelemy Von Haller Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
471 26 DIRACOS: a cross platform solution for grid tools Ben Couturier, Christophe Haen, Marko Petric Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
474 27 Distributed Computing Services in Belle II Benedikt Hegner Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
464 28 Boosting Performance of Data-intensive Analysis Workflows with Distributed Coordinated Caching Christoph Heidecker Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
415 29 Direct optimisation of the discovery significance when training neural networks to search for new physics in particle colliders Dirk Krücker Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
487 30 Next Generation of HEP CPU Benchmarks Domenico Giordano Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
350 31 The Belle II Simulation Library Doris Yangsoo Kim Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
367 32 Physics and computing performance of reconstruction algorithms for the GPU High Level Trigger 1 of LHCb Dorothea Vom Bruch Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
326 33 Probing Neural Networks for the Gamma/Hadron Separation of CTA Etienne Lyard Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
310 34 Track propagation for different detector and magnetic field setups in Acts Fabian Klimpel Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
466 35 Using Continuous Deployment techniques to manage software change at a WLCG Tier-2 Gareth Douglas Roy Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
287 36 Multi-threaded checksum computation for the ATLAS high-performance storage software Giuseppe Avolio Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
290 37 Performance evaluation of distributed file systems for the phase-II upgrade of the ATLAS experiment at CERN Giuseppe Avolio Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
286 38 CutLang: a cut based HEP analysis description language and interpreter Gokhan Unel Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
470 39 Aligning the MATHUSLA test stand detector: Using TensorFlow Gordon Watts Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
Poster Session 2: Wednesday and Thursday
447 1 A virtualized Tier-3g Facility Installiation in WLCG Network of CERN Ilkay Turk Cakir Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
408 2 Generalization of Homogeneity Tests Used in High Energy Physics Experiments Jakub Trusina Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
320 3 Tagging Higgs bosons at the LHC with Interaction Networks Jean-Roch Vlimant Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
427 4 DIRAC: Putting together heterogeneous resources for scientific applications Johan Bregeon Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
374 5 Machine Learning for Muon Identification at LHCb Katharina Mueller, Nikita Kazeev Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
382 6 Fips: An OpenGL based FITS viewer Konstantin Malanchev Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
476 7 The DQM system for the SND Konstantin Pugachev Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
436 8 Track extrapolation and muon identification with GEANT4E in Belle II event reconstruction Leo Piilonen Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
341 9 A Domain Specific IDE for Parallel Application Development Li Liao Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
352 10 Digitization of Cylindrical GEM Detector Linghui Wu Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
351 11 Parameter tuning of distributed storage system based on reinforcement learning Lu Wang Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
369 12 Tracking performance for long living particles at LHCb Luis Miguel Garcia Martin Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
339 13 pyhf: auto-differentiable binned statistical models Lukas Alexander Heinrich Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
390 14 Meta-Learning for Artificial Neural Network Hyper-Parameter Optimization for CERN CMS Offline Data Certification Mantas Stankevicius Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
331 15 A New Visual Analytics toolkit for ATLAS metadata Maria Grigoryeva Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
357 16 Jupyter Notebook Support of the Belle 2 Software Martin Ritter Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
288 17 Evaluating InfluxDB and ClickHouse database technologies for improvements of the ATLAS operational monitoring data archiving Matei Vasile Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
348 18 Pixel detector background simulation using generative adversarial networks at Belle II Matej Srebre Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
467 19 HEP Analyses on Dynamically Allocated Opportunistic Computing Resources Matthias Jochen Schnepf Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
441 20 Applying data access policy to CernVM-FS Minh Duc Nguyen Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
458 21 Overall quality optimization for DQM stage in High Energy Physics experiments Nectarios Benekos Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
311 22 The design and performance of the ATLAS Inner Detector trigger in high pile-up collisions at 13 TeV at the Large Hadron Collider Nicola Louise Abraham Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
383 23 Speeding HEP Analysis with ROOT Bulk I/O Oksana Shadura Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
384 24 ROOT I/O compression algorithms and their performance impact within Run 3 Oksana Shadura Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
385 25 Evolution of ROOT package management Oksana Shadura Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
473 26 Identifying hadronically decaying vector bosons and top quarks in ATLAS Oliver Majersky Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
321 27 Pileup mitigation with graph neural networks Olmo Cerri Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
394 28 Vectorization techniques for probability distribution function using VecCore Oscar Roberto Chaparro Amaro Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
399 29 Prong Formation in NOvA Reconstruction Pipeline Petr Bouř Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
335 30 An innovative monitoring and maintenance model for the INFN CNAF Tier-1 data center infrastructure. Pier Paolo Ricci Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
410 31 CDF Long Term Data Preservation at the INFN CNAF Tier-1 data center: the Oracle database and software framework replica. Pier Paolo Ricci Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
298 32 ATLAS High Level Trigger within the multi-threaded software framework AthenaMT Rafal Bielski Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
424 33 Federation of compute resources available to the German CMS community Ralf Florian Von Cube Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
  34 Machine Learning approach to boosting neutral particles identification in the LHCb calorimeter Artem Maevskiy  
363 35 Deep Learning applied to hit classification for BESIII drift chamber Yao Zhang , Ye Yuan Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
362 36 Production experience and performance study for HEP data production at HPC-TianheII Yao Zhang, Ye Yuan Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research

Posters

Posters should have one of the two following sizes:

  • A0 (841 x 1189 mm)
  • US E (864 x 1118 mm)

The posters will be mounted on wooden frames with a width 1189mm and hence can be in landscape or portrait mode. We have a lot of posters for this ACAT!

Posters will be mounted on a wooden frame of 84 cm wide. Tumb-tacks will be supplied for mounting, along with a place to store your poster tubes for the duration of the workshop.

There are poster prizes!! Prizes will be selected by ballot and the ACAT International Advisory Committee members in attendance.