Analysis Preservation Bootcamp

6/R-012 - conference room (CERN)

6/R-012 - conference room


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Clemens Lange (CERN), Lukas Alexander Heinrich (CERN), Samuel Ross Meehan (CERN), Savannah Jennifer Thais (Princeton University (US))

What am I signing up for?

The Run-2 data set is awesome! And both the ATLAS and CMS collaborations are working to make the most of it by creating innovative analyses to learn from the data set. However, these analyses should not disappear when the people who wrote the code move on. Luckily, throughout the course of Run 2, a number of tools have permeated HEP computing culture that can be used to help ensure that analyses are preserved in a robust way, thereby facilitating the reproduction of our own results. This joint bootcamp with members from the ATLAS and CMS collaborations aims to introduce analyzers who are already proficient in basic analysis tools and concepts (e.g. C++, Python, event selection, limit setting) to the next level of robust analysis. This includes CI/CD, Dockerization, REANA/Yadage workflows, and more tools that are used throughout all corners of industry.

Is this for me?

If you have ever spent hours banging your head against code that someone gave you as a starting point, either because it doesn’t compile or segfaults immediately upon running or simply spits out empty histograms - this bootcamp is for you. If you know someone who thinks that Docker is so great and won’t stop advocating for it - this workshop is for you. If you are going to be doing science at the LHC in Run 3 - this workshop is for you. And if you are thinking of moving to a career outside of academia - this workshop is for you.

This bootcamp will be particularly useful for those who are in the midst of an analysis at the moment, as it will give you knowhow about tools that you can put to practice immediately.  However, this is not a pre-requisite for attending, but rather it will be of greatest utility for such individuals.

Can I attend remotely?

This event is a hands-on bootcamp, meaning that in-person attendance is needed.  However, we will do our best to provide a Vidyo connection to follow the sessions, but not to ask questions.  If you cannot attend in person, please do not register - but we would encourage you to still tune in and learn!

Who is supporting this?

This event is supported by CERN and U.S. National Science Foundation Cooperative Agreement OAC-1836650 (IRIS-HEP) and grant OAC-1450377 (DIANA/HEP).

Who is teaching at this thing?

This is a hands-on bootcamp and consists of dynamic lectures that involve real-time coding by the instructor.  Along with this, there are mentors who will help give individual attention and debugging assistance to participants.  The people filling these roles are listed below.  

Instructors : 

  • Giordon Stark
  • Danika MacDonnel
  • Tibor Simko

Mentors : 

  • Emma Torro
  • Mason Profitt
  • Leonora Vesterbacka
  • Stefan Wunsch
  • Thea Aarrestad
  • Brendan Regnery
  • Rokas Maciulaitis
  • Diego Rodriguez Rodriguez
  • Marco Vidal
  • Agostino De Iorio
  • Aidan Sean Kelly
  • Aishik Ghosh
  • Akanksha Ahuja
  • Alejandro Gomez Espinosa
  • Alexandra Carvalho Antunes De Oliveira
  • Anna Stakia
  • Arka Santra
  • Auriane Canesse
  • Charis Kleio Koraka
  • Chiara Rizzi
  • Christos Vergis
  • Dimitrios Karasavvas
  • Emmanouil Vourliotis
  • Georgios Karathanasis
  • Josh McFayden
  • Katherine Amy Rybacki
  • Konstantin Lehmann
  • Lesya Horyn
  • Lucas Flores
  • Magda Diamantopoulou
  • Margaret Susan Lutz
  • Nedaa Alexandra Asbah
  • Nick Manganelli
  • Patrawan (Prim) Pasuwan
  • Robert John Bainbridge
  • Sebastien Rettie
  • Siewyan Hoh
  • Varun Sharma
  • Ying An
  • Zhen Yan
Videoconference Rooms
ATLAS+CMS Analysis Preservation Bootcamp Vidyo room for following (questions are reserved to those physically in the workshop rooms)
Clemens Lange
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