# CERN Technical Student Program Theses

2017-06-06
15:07
 Spectrum Analyzer Application for the Proton Synchrotron Wall Current Monitors / Limpens, Rik The Proton Synchrotron (PS) is a key component in CERN's accelerator complex, where it usually accelerates either protons or heavy ions [...] CERN-THESIS-2017-054 - 69 p.

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2017-05-31
17:20
 Optimization of the transporting beam for the CMS Barrel under a displacement constraint / Tansek, Martina The aim of this research was to find the optimal solution for the design of the new transporting beam for the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Barrel [...] CERN-THESIS-2017-047 - 108 p.

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2017-05-25
14:22
 Upgrading the Interface and Developer Tools of the Trigger Supervisor Software Framework of the CMS experiment at CERN / Dirkx, Glenn The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Trigger Supervisor (TS) is a software framework that has been designed to handle the CMS Level-1 trigger setup, configuration and monitoring during data taking as well as all communications with the main run control of CMS [...] CERN-THESIS-2016-303 - 258 p.

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2017-05-24
15:58
 Thermophysical and mechanical characterization of advanced materials for the LHC collimation system / Bianchi, Laura The aim of the thesis is to describe the methods employed for the thermo-physical and mechanical characterization and to show the results of the campaign conducted over two ceramic matrix composites, CFC FS140® and MG-6403-Fc, which are candidates as jaws materials in the LHC collimation system [...] CERN-THESIS-2017-043 - 133 p.

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2017-05-23
16:05
 Study of the mechanical support and positioning of the sensors for the new tracker of the ALICE experiment at CERN / Angeletti, Massimo The Inner Tracking System Detector of the ALICE Experiment at CERN laboratory will be replaced in 2020 with a new detector entirely based on pixel sensor chips [...] CERN-THESIS-2016-300 - 171 p.

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2017-04-24
17:49
 Test of the beam effect on vacuum arc occurrence in a high-gradient accelerating structure for the CLIC project / Senes, Eugenio A new generation of lepton colliders capable of reaching TeV energies is pres- ently under development, and to succeed in this task it is necessary to show that the technology for such a machine is available [...] CERN-THESIS-2017-029 - 90 p.

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2017-04-04
15:21
 Theoretical temperature model with experimental validation for CLIC Accelerating Structures / Aasly, Sara Hegdahl Micron level stability of the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) components is one of the main requirements to meet the luminosity goal for the future $48 \,km$ long underground linear accelerator [...] CERN-THESIS-2017-022 - 54 p.

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2017-02-15
09:42
 Hadron collective effects studies for the LHC and FCC-hh project / Amorim, David High intensity particle beams circulating in accelerators can be perturbed by the electromagnetic field created by the beam itself and the interaction with the surrounding environment [...] CERN-THESIS-2016-258 - 39 p.

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2017-01-16
13:45
 Study of Transient Heat Transport Mechanisms in Superfluid Helium Cooled Rutherford-Cables / Schundelmeier, Jens The Large Hadron Collider leverages superconducting magnets to focus the particle beam or keep it in its circular track [...] CERN-THESIS-2016-231 - 57 p.

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2016-12-18
11:21
 Simulating Collective Effects on GPUs / Hegglin, Stefan Eduard Computer simulations are an important tool to study the dynamics of charged particles in particle accelerators, with new hardware solutions such as GPUs providing a vast increase in computing power [...] CERN-THESIS-2016-209 - 40 p.

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