15-18 April 2019
CERN
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Fast Simulation Using Generative Adversarial Network in LHCB

17 Apr 2019, 11:05
20m
500/1-001 - Main Auditorium (CERN)

500/1-001 - Main Auditorium

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Artem Maevskiy (National Research University Higher School of Economics (RU))

Description

LHCb is one of the major experiments operating at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. The richness of the physics program and the increasing precision of the measurements in LHCb lead to the need of ever larger simulated samples. This need will increase further when the upgraded LHCb detector will start collecting data in the LHC Run 3. Given the computing resources pledged for the production of Monte Carlo simulated events in the next years, the use of fast simulation techniques will be mandatory to cope with the expected dataset size. In LHCb generative models, which are nowadays widely used for computer vision and image processing are being investigated in order to accelerate the generation of showers in the calorimeter and high-level responses of Cherenkov detector. We demonstrate that this approach provides high-fidelity results along with a significant speed increase and discuss possible implication of these results. We also present an implementation of this algorithm into LHCb simulation software and validation tests.

Preferred contribution length 30 minutes

Primary authors

Fedor Ratnikov (Yandex School of Data Analysis (RU)) Denis Derkach (National Research University Higher School of Economics (RU)) Artem Maevskiy (National Research University Higher School of Economics (RU)) Mr Maxim Artemiev (National Research University - Higher School of Economics) Ruslan Khaidurov (Yandex School of Data Analysis (RU)) Mr Nikita Kazeev (Yandex School of Data Analysis (RU)) Andrey Ustyuzhanin (Yandex School of Data Analysis (RU)) Lucio Anderlini (Universita e INFN, Firenze (IT)) Egor Zakharov (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology)

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