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2024-06-20
11:37
LHCb- The LHCb Sci-fi Tracker for future upgrades
Reference: Poster-2024-1168
Created: 2024. -1 p
Creator(s): Trippl, Carina

The LHCb (Large Hadron Collider Beauty) experiment will undergo its high-luminosity detector upgrade (known as Upgrade~II) in the long shutdown 4 of the LHC (2033-2034) to operate at a maximal instantaneous luminosity of $\rm 1.5~\times~10^{34}{cm}^{-2}{s}^{-1}$ in Runs~5 and~6, ten times higher than in previous data taking periods. This increase in instantaneous luminosity poses a challenge to the tracking system to achieve proper track reconstruction with a tenfold higher occupancy. In this abstract we focus on foreseen solutions for the tracking stations after the magnet, currently performed by the Scintillating Fibre (SciFi) Tracker. The SciFi Tracker is composed of mats of staggered scintillating fibres with a silicon photomultiplier (SiPM) readout system to detect charged particles. In Upgrade~II, the inner region of the SciFi will be instrumented with an HV-CMOS pixel detector to cope with the high occupancy in this region. For the outer SciFi region, adding timing information to the track reconstruction is currently being evaluated in a dedicated simulation study to understand its role in reducing the occupancy, minimising ghost tracks (reconstructed tracks not produced by real charged particles) and decreasing the track computation time. Additionally to the higher instantaneous luminosity, the integrated luminosity will also increase in the future data taking periods, with an aim to collect a total of $\rm 240~fb^{-1}$. This will lead to a drastic increase in the radiation environment and thus in the SiPM's dark count rate (DCR), making cryogenic cooling and novel detector technologies necessary to maintain single photon detection capabilities. This also requires an update of the front-end electronics to operate at such a large temperature range and to maximise charge collection.

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2024-06-10
14:53
The case of the (still) mysterious
Reference: Poster-2024-1167
Created: 2024. -50 p

The case of the (still) mysterious

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2024-06-10
14:51
Black holes and quantum mechanics
Reference: Poster-2024-1166
Keywords:  CERN70  Presentation  Poster  Black holes  quantum mechanics
Created: 2024. -5 p

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of Juan Maldacena about Black holes and quantum mechanics

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2024-06-10
14:48
Black holes and quantum mechanics
Reference: Poster-2024-1165
Keywords:  CERN70  Presentation  Poster  quantum mechanics  quantum  Black holes
Created: 2024. -5 p

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of Juan Maldacena about Black holes and quantum mechanics

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2024-06-10
14:46
Holography
Reference: Poster-2024-1164
Keywords:  CERN70  Presentation  Poster  Holography  mysterious  Universe
Created: 2024. -4 p

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of Shiraz Minwalla about Holography

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2024-06-10
14:43
Interplay between String Theory, Particle Physics and Cosmology
Reference: Poster-2024-1163
Keywords:  CERN70  Quantum  Presentation  Poster  Particle  Interplay  between  String Theory,  Particle Physics  Cosmology
Created: 2024. -10 p

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of Irene Valenzula and Cumrun Vafa about Interplay between String Theory, Particle Physics and Cosmology

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2024-06-10
14:38
The case of the (still) mysterious
Reference: Poster-2024-1162
Created: 2024. -12 p

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of Jay Armas

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2024-06-10
14:28
What is inside a black hole?
Reference: Poster-2024-1161
Created: 2024. -5 p

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of Andrew Strominger about What is inside a black hole?

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2024-06-10
13:53
Dark matter Dark energy
Reference: Poster-2024-1160
Created: 2024. -4 p

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of Valerie Domcke about Dark matter Dark energy

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2024-06-10
13:51
Unification of forces
Reference: Poster-2024-1159
Created: 2024. -4 p
Creator(s): Gross, David

As part of the event: "The case of the (still) mysterious Universe", presentation of David Gross about Unification of forces

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