Main session: Introduction and motivational talks
- Michael Pesek (Charles University (CZ))
Main session: Invited talks
- Jan Matousek (Charles University, Prague)
Main session: Front-end electronics developments
- Igor Konorov (Technische Universitaet Muenchen (DE))
Main session: DAQ hardware developments
- Stefan Huber (Technische Universitaet Muenchen (DE))
Main session: Invited talks
- Josef Novy (Czech Technical University in Prague (CZ))
Main session: Pilot Run Preparation
- Martin Zemko (Czech Technical University in Prague (CZ))
Main session: Software development in Prague
- Antonin Kveton (Charles University (CZ))
Main session: DAQ software delopment
- Vincent Andrieux (Univ. Illinois at Urbana Champaign (US))
This presentation will outline the latest developments and findings with VMM3a. It reports on several activities carried out within the RD51 collaboration using the general Scalable Readout System. After the ASIC has been integrated within the last years, the first commercial production of joint orders by many teams was just completed. In several projects, the system was improved, a QA system...
ARCADIA is an INFN R&D Platform for the design, fabrication and system integration of fully-depleted CMOS monolithic sensors and associated electronics, firmware and software.
The Collaboration developed a novel sensor technology allowing for:
- Active sensor thickness in the range 50 μm to 500 μm or more;
- Operation in full depletion with fast charge collection only by drift;
An overview about the general status of the DAQ installation for 2021 and beyond.
We will present modern GPU architectures and their advantages compared to CPUs. We will also discuss modern trends in GPU programming which should make this very powerful architecture easily available even to scientists who do not have deep knowledge about the design of GPUs.
Abstract: GPUs are widely used in many areas of science, scientific computing and real-time data processing. In this talk, I will briefly introduce some of GPUs' uses in the (near) real-time data processing in radio astronomy for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope. The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is an international initiative for developing the world's largest radio telescope...
Computing Center operated at Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences hosts WLCG Tier-2 center, cluster LUNA connected to the Czech national grid infrastructure Metacentrum and cluster Koios for local users. External computing and storage capacities are transparently connected. I will give an overview of the available hardware, management, and operational procedures and compare...
The currently-commissioned LHCb data acquisition system for Run3 will collect data in runtime at 32 Tbit/s. The new version of the customized cluster will implement a fully software-defined selection of uncompressed FPGA streams. The principle of LHCb's operation enforces all-to-all lossless communication to assemble scattered data for further real-time selection. The cost-optimized...
As 2018 data taking used a much higher beam intensity than before, current data analysis of CEDAR detectors output is not applicable. A new method for beam particle identification shall be developed using artificial neural networks
The planned transition to the new FriDAQ data format requires significant modifications of the current DAQ software. Highly affected parts include monitoring tools COOOL and MurphyTV, and related DaqDataDecoding library. In the presentation, a student project aiming to facilitate the adjustment of the mentioned programs is introduced. The talk contains a summary of the initial state, a...
Meeting functional requirements does not ensure a good user experience and ease of operating a software product. Therefore, every developer should try to build a user-friendly application. The presentation covers the topic of how to make a configuration tool for COMPASS DAQ intuitive and self-descriptive, even for non-experienced users.
A short Introduction into the FriDAQ Software Framework - what do we have - what do we need