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Senast inlagda poster:
2024-02-14
18:26
Quantum Fields and Particles in the Universe
Reference: Poster-2024-1136
Keywords:  CERN70  Quantum Fields  Particles in the Universe  presentation  poster  Unveiling the Universe
Created: 2024. -81 p
Creator(s): Giudice, Gian

As part of the event: "70 years of discoveries unveiling the Universe" , presentation of Gian Francesco Giudice about Quantum Fields and Particles in the Universe.

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2024-02-14
18:21
Quantum Chromodynamics
Reference: Poster-2024-1135
Keywords:  CERN70  Quantum Chromodynamics  presentation  poster  Unveiling the Universe
Created: 2024. -20 p
Creator(s): Gross, David

As part of the event: "70 years of discoveries unveiling the Universe" , presentation of David Gross about Quantum Chromodynamics.

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2024-02-13
17:45
Antimatter
Reference: Poster-2024-1134
Keywords:  CERN70  Antimatter  presentation  poster  Unveiling the Universe
Created: 2024. -23 p
Creator(s): Shears, Tara

As part of the event: "70 years of discoveries unveiling the Universe", presentation of Tara Shears about Antimatter.

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2024-02-08
16:30
Impact of CERN technologies - DE
Reference: Poster-2024-1133
Keywords:  Technology  Transfert  Impact
Created: 2024. -11 p
Creator(s): Singeot, Maxime Remi

CERN technologies: from fundamental research to our everyday lives. Since 1954, the world-class research performed at CERN helps uncover what the universe is made of and how it works: here, scientists from all over the world study elementary particles – invisible to the eye – through complex and often gigantic instruments.

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2024-02-08
16:23
Dark Matter
Reference: Poster-2024-1132
Keywords:  CERN70  Dark Matter  presentation  poster  Unveiling the Universe
Created: 2024. -21 p

As part of the event: "70 years of discoveries unveiling the Universe" , presentation of Djuna Croon about Dark Matter

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2024-02-07
11:43
CERN in images - EN-DE
Reference: Poster-2024-1131
Keywords:  exhibition  poster
Created: 2024. -20 p
Creator(s): Landua, Fabienne

At CERN, we probe the fundamental structure of particles that make up everything around us. We do so using the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments. This visual exhibition focuses mainly on photos, offers visitors the opportunity to explore CERN through 20 posters.

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2024-01-08
13:00
Impact of CERN technologies
Reference: Poster-2024-1130
Created: 2023. -11 p
Creator(s): Singeot, Maxime Remi

CERN technologies: from fundamental research to our everyday lives. Since 1954, the world-class research performed at CERN helps uncover what the universe is made of and how it works: here, scientists from all over the world study elementary particles – invisible to the eye – through complex and often gigantic instruments.

© CERN Geneva

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2023-12-05
17:17
LHCb - The LHCb Scintillating Fibre Tracker
Reference: Poster-2023-1129
Note: dimitrios.kaminaris@cern.ch; lukas.witola@cern.ch
Created: 2023. -1 p

The LHCb detector underwent a major upgrade in the past years. The modifications enable the detector to operate at an increased instantaneous luminosity and to read out data at the LHC bunch crossing rate of 40MHz. The new operating conditions required the replacement of the complete tracking system. The main tracking stations are replaced by the SciFi Tracker, a large high granularity scintillating fibre tracker read out by arrays of silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs). A custom ASIC is used to digitise the SiPM signals at 40MHz using three comparators per channel. Further digital electronics perform clustering and data-compression before the data is sent via optical links to the DAQ system. The comparator thresholds are calibrated using a dedicated light injection system. The commissioning of this system, calibration results, and latest performance measurements are presented in this poster. The SciFi Tracker has three stations with four detection layers each and uses the BCAM system for real-time 3D monitoring. Originally developed for the ATLAS experiment, BCAM uses opto-electronic sensors to monitor the detector geometry detecting shifts or deformations caused by factors like LHCb magnet powering cycles, SciFi detector powering, or environmental variations. Preliminary results highlight BCAM's micron-level sensitivity (10-20 microns) and its effectiveness in monitoring the impact of magnetic fields and operational conditions on the detector alignment.

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LHCb poster - 13th LHC students poster session
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2023-12-05
14:11
LHCb - Search for the decay B^+_(c) -> mu^+ ν_mu gamma
Reference: Poster-2023-1128
Created: 2023. -1 p

The search for the decay B→µνɣ at LHCb using Run 2 data is reported. This channel is considered the golden mode to probe the B meson substructure and allows to probe the first inverse moment of the B-meson light-cone distribution amplitude. Reconstruction of this decay is very challenging at the LHC and deemed impossible. Using photon conversions to an e+e- pair in the vertex locator the reconstruction of the displaced B vertex is possible. This also allows to correct for the missing neutrino momentum and get a signal peak in corrected B invariant mass. The upcoming result has the potential to prove once again that LHCb can perform B physics analyses that were thought to be impossible at a hadron machine.

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LHCb poster - 13th LHC students poster session
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2023-12-04
17:45
CERN in images - EN-FR
Reference: Poster-2023-1127
Created: 2023. -20 p
Creator(s): Landua, Fabienne

At CERN, we probe the fundamental structure of particles that make up everything around us. We do so using the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments. This visual exhibition focuses mainly on photos, offers visitors the opportunity to explore CERN through 20 posters.

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