# CERN Doctoral Student Program

2022-01-06
17:29
 FASER tracker performance and electron energy resolution in the FASER$\nu$ pilot detector / Spencer, John In collider experiments, very light particles are produced in the far-forward direction with small angle relative to the beam axis and can travel a long distance before decaying [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-247 - 132 p.

2022-01-05
16:11
 The CMS GEM Detector Front-end Electronics – Characterization and Implementation / Irshad, Aamir This research work is a contribution to the CMS GEM upgrade [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-246 - 252 p.

2021-12-15
20:20
 Operation of Multiple Accelerating Structures in an X-Band High-Gradient Test Stand / Millar, Lee This thesis describes the operation of two high-gradient accelerating structures in a high-power klystron based X-band test stand simultaneously and the phenomena observed in such an arrangement [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-231 - 276 p.

2021-12-13
10:01
 Systematic investigations of uranium carbide composites oxidation from micro- to nano-scale: Application to waste disposal / Vuong, Nhat-Tan The production of radioisotope beams at the ISOLDE (Isotope Separator OnLine DEvice) facility at CERN is achieved by irradiating target materials (e.g [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-227 EPFL_TH8234. - Infoscience portal : EPFL, 2021-12-13. - 238 p.

2021-12-11
22:01
 Radioactive Molecular Beams at CERN-ISOLDE / Ballof, Jochen The present thesis addresses aspects of molecular beam developments for thick-target radioactive ion beam facilities such as CERN-ISOLDE [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-226 20.500.12030/6646. - 209 p.

2021-12-10
16:32
 Development of a Two-Photon Absorption - TCT system and Study of Radiation Damage in Silicon Detectors / Wiehe, Moritz Oliver CERN-THESIS-2021-225 -

2021-11-29
16:01
 Design and Development of Safety and Control Systems in ATLAS / Asensi Tortajada, Ignacio The LHC at CERN is the largest particle accelerator in the world [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-219 - 150 p.

2021-11-28
22:03
 Convolutional neural networks and photonic crystals for particle identification at high energy collider experiments / Blago, Michele Piero The LHCb RICH detection system at CERN has been established as an effective way to identify particles in high energy physics experiments [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-215 - 185 p.

2021-11-09
12:00
 Damage mechanisms in superconductors due to the impact of high energy proton beams and radiation tolerance of cryogenic diodes used in particle accelerator magnet systems / Will, Andreas High energy hadron accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN and its planned upgrade to achieve higher luminosity, the High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC), require superconducting magnets to provide strong magnetic fields, needed to steer and focus the particle beams at [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-187 DOI:10.5445/IR/1000134497. - Karlsruhe : Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), 2021-07-02. - 156 p.

2021-10-17
08:42
 Characterisation of a High-Voltage Monolithic Active Pixel Sensor Prototype for Future Collider Detectors / Kroeger, Jens The physics goals and operating conditions at existing and proposed high-energy colliders, such as the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC), pose challenging demands on the performance of their detector systems [...] CERN-THESIS-2021-167 -