Summary of SPRACE Activities

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Publications

Journal Publications as Primary Authors

CMS Collaboration

  1. The CMS Collaboration, Search for exotic resonances decaying into WZ/ZZ in pp collisions at √s = 7 TeV, Journal of High Energy Physics 02, 036 (2013).
  2. The CMS Collaboration, Measurement of Bose-Einstein Correlations in proton-proton Collisions at √s= 7 TeV at the LHC, Journal of High Energy Physics 05, 029 (2011).
  3. The CMS Collaboration, Azimuthal anisotropy of charged hadrons at high transverse momentum in PbPb collisions at √s_NN =2.76 TeV, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 022301 (2012).
  4. The CMS Collaboration, Multiplicity and transverse momentum dependence of two- and four-particle correlations in pPb and PbPb collisions, Phys. Lett. B 724, 213 (2013).
  5. The CMS Collaboration, Search for massive resonances in dijet systems containing jets tagged as W or Z boson decays in pp collisions at √s = 8 TeV, Journal of High Energy Physics 08, 173 (2014).
  6. The CMS Collaboration, Search for massive resonances decaying into pairs of boosted bosons in semi-leptonic final states at √s = 8 TeV, Journal of High Energy Physics 08, 174 (2014).
  7. The CMS Collaboration, Search for narrow high-mass resonances in proton-proton collisions at √s = 8 TeV decaying to Z and Higgs bosons, Phys. Lett. B 748, 255 (2015).
  8. The CMS Collaboration, Search for heavy resonances decaying to two Higgs bosons in final states containing four b quarks, Eur. Phys. J. C 76 (2016) 371.
  9. The CMS Collaboration, Search for two Higgs bosons in final states containing two photons and two bottom quarks, Phys. Rev. D 94, 052012 (2016).
  10. The CMS Collaboration, Search for massive resonances decaying into WW, WZ or ZZ bosons in proton-proton collisions at √ s = 13 TeV, Journal of High Energy Physics 03, 162 (2017).
  11. The CMS Collaboration, Search for dark matter produced with an energetic jet or a hadronically decaying W or Z boson at √ s = 13 TeV, Journal of High Energy Physics 07, 014 (2017).
  12. The CMS Collaboration, Observation of correlated azimuthal anisotropy Fourier harmonics in pp and pPb collisions at the LHC, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 092301 (2018).
  13. The CMS Collaboration, Bose-Einstein correlations in pp, pPb, and PbPb collisions at √sNN = 0.9-7 TeV, Phys. Rev. C 97, 064912 (2018); arXiv link.
  14. The CMS Collaboration, Search for a new scalar resonance decaying to a pair of Z bosons in proton-proton collisions at √ s = 13 TeV, to appear in JHEP; CERN Document Server Record; arXiv link.
  15. The CMS Collaboration, Search for new physics in final states with an energetic jet or a hadronically decaying W or Z boson and transverse momentum imbalance at √ s = 13 TeV, Phys. Rev. D 97, 092005 (2019).
  16. The CMS Collaboration, Bose-Einstein correlations of charged hadrons in proton-proton collisions at √ s = 13 TeV, submitted to JHEP; arXiv link.

DØ Collaboration

  1. V. M. Abazov et al., Search for Universal Extra Dimensions in ppbar Collisions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 131802 (2012)

Other Publications

  1. F. Dias, S. Gadatsch, M. Gouzevich, C. Leonidopoulos, S. F. Novaes, A. Oliveira, M. Pierini, T. R. F. P. Tomei, Combination of Run-1 Exotic Searches in Diboson Final States at the LHC, Journal of High Energy Physics 04, 155 (2016)
  2. A. Belyaev, S. Moretti, T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, S. F. Novaes, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, L. Panizzi, F. Rojas, and M. Thomas, Advancing LHC probes of dark matter from the inert two-Higgs-doublet model with the monojet signal, Phys. Rev. D 99, 015011 (2019)

Conference Proceedings

CMS Collaboration

  1. Sandra S. Padula, Measurements of Bose-Einstein correlations at LHC with CMS, Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Quark Matter 2011), J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 38, 124057 (2011).
  2. Sandra S. Padula (for the CMS Collaboration), Long-range dihadron correlations in high multiplicity pp and PbPb with CMS, Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy, September 20-24, 2011 - Tokyo, Japan, Proceedings of Science, WPCF2011, 023 (2011).
  3. F. A. Dias (on behalf of the CMS Collaboration), Search for exotic VZ resonances decaying into a jet and dileptons with CMS, Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on High Energy Physics, July 4-11, 2012 - Melbourne, Australia, Proceedings of Science, ICHEP2012, 172 (2012)
  4. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (on behalf of the CMS Collaboration), Search for RS Gravitons decaying into a Jet plus Missing ET with CMS, Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on High Energy Physics, July 4-11, 2012 - Melbourne, Australia, Proceedings of Science, ICHEP2012, 192 (2012)
  5. Sandra S. Padula (on behalf of the CMS Collaboration), Collective flow and charged hadron correlations in 2.76 TeV PbPb collisions at CMS, Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on High Energy Physics, July 4-11, 2012 - Melbourne, Australia, Proceedings of Science (ICHEP2012) 420, 2012.
  6. F. A. Dias, Search for exotic resonances in diboson final states with the CMS detector at the LHC, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Discovery Physics at the LHC (Kruger2012), Journal of Physics: Conference Series 455, 012029 (2013)
  7. Sunil M. Dogra, Bose–Einstein correlation measurements at CMS, Proceedings of XXIV Int. Conf. on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Quark Matter 2014), doi:10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2014.08.074
  8. Sandra S. Padula, Multidimensional analysis of BEC in pp collisions at 2.76 and 7 TeV in CMS, Proceedings of the X Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2014), CMS CR-2015/016, eProceedings (2014).
  9. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Heavy Ions in CMS, Proceedings of the 1st Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference - Barcelona, Spain Heavy Ions in CMS (2013)
  10. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (under alias Thiago R. T. Fernandez), Exotic Searches in the Large Hadron Collider, Proceedings of the 2014 Rencontres de Moriond - La Thuile, Italy, 2014 Sessions - EW Interactions and Unified Theories (2014)
  11. Sandra S. Padula, Bose-Einstein correlations in various collision systems and energies measured with the CMS experiment, Proceedings of the DIS2015: XXIII International Workshop on Deep-inelastic scattering and related subjects, Dallas, TX, USA, Proceedings of Science (DIS2015) 151, 2015.
  12. T.C.Paiva, L.A.Ramalho, A.A.Shinoda, M.Vaz, B.C.Leal, R.L.Iope, Implementation of the XVC protocol for the development of FPGA-based board in High Energy Physics instrumentation, Presentation Poster at DINCON – Conferência Brasileira de Dinâmica, Controle e Aplicações, Natal, RN, Brasil, (2015).
  13. T.C.Paiva, L.A.Ramalho, A.A.Shinoda, M.Vaz, B.C.Leal, R.L.Iope, T.Liu, J.Olsen, IPMC Services for Pulsar IIb Data Formatter, Presentation Poster at NSS 2015 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, San Diego, California, United States of America, (2015).
  14. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Performance of electron, photon and muon triggers at the CMS High Level Trigger, Proceedings of the XXVII International Symposium on Lepton Photon Interactions at High Energies, 17-22 August 2015 - Ljubljana, Slovenia Proceedings of Science (Lepton-Photon 2015) 110, 2015.
  15. Sunil M. Dogra, Two-particle correlations in pp collisions at 13 TeV measured with CMS, Proceedings of XI Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2015) (2015) CMS CR-2016/042 to be published in Acta Physica Polonica B.
  16. T. C. Paiva, L. A. Ramalho, A. A. Shinoda, A. Cascadan, V. F. Ferreira, M. Vaz A Framework for Development and Test of XTCA Modules with FPGA Based Systems for Particle Detectors, Oral Presentation at PCaPAC - 11th International Workshop Personal Computers and Particle Accelerator Controls., São Paulo, Brazil (2016).
  17. Sandra S. Padula, Measurements of flow and correlation phenomena in pp, pPb and PbPb collisions at CMS, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, August 3-10, 2016 - Chicago, Illinois, USA Proceedings of Science (ICHEP2016) 358, 2016.
  18. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Trigger Algorithms for Alignment and Calibration at the CMS Experiment, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, August 3-10, 2016 - Chicago, Illinois, USA Proceedings of Science (ICHEP2016) 759, 2016.
  19. Chang-Seong Moon, A level-1 pixel based track trigger for the CMS HL-LHC upgrade, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, August 3-10, 2016 - Chicago, Illinois, USA Proceedings of Science (ICHEP2016) 243, 2016.
  20. Cesar A. Bernardes, Search for narrow high-mass resonances in proton-proton collisions at 8 TeV decaying to a Z and a Higgs boson, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, August 3-10, 2016 - Chicago, Illinois, USA Proceedings of Science (ICHEP2016) 751, 2016.
  21. Angelo de S. Santos, Searches for narrow resonances decaying to pairs of boosted HH bosons, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, August 3-10, 2016 - Chicago, Illinois, USA Proceedings of Science (ICHEP2016) 1047, 2016.
  22. J.C. Ruiz Vargas, Search for new resonances in the merged jet + dilepton final state in CMS, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, August 3-10, 2016 - Chicago, Illinois, USA Proceedings of Science (ICHEP2016) 757, 2016.
  23. Sudha Ahuja, Level-1 track trigger for the upgrade of the CMS detector at HL-LHC, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, August 3-10, 2016 - Chicago, Illinois, USA Proceedings of Science (ICHEP 2016) 785, 2016.
  24. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Evolution of online algorithms in ATLAS and CMS in Run 2, Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference on Large Hadron Collider Physics (LHCP 2017), May 15-20, 2017, Shanghai, China ArXiV link - to appear in eConf
  25. Cesar A. Bernardes, Recent Results on Multi-Particle Azimuthal Correlations in High-Multiplicity pp and pPb Collisions in CMS, Proceedings of the The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics, July 5-12, 2017 - Venice, Italy Proceedings of Science (EPS-HEP 2017) 155, 2017.
  26. Sudha Ahuja, The CMS Tracker upgrade for HL-LHC,Proceedings of the The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics, July 5-12, 2017 - Venice, Italy Proceedings of Science (EPS-HEP2017) 476, 2017. Proceedings of Science (EPS-HEP2017) 476, 2017.
  27. Sandra S. Padula, Flow and correlation phenomena measurements in pp, pPb and PbPb collisions at CMS, Proceedings of the XLVII International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics (ISMD 2017), September 11-15, 2017 - Tlaxcala City, Mexico EPJ Web of Conferences.

DØ Collaboration

  1. P. Mercadante, New physics searches at the Tevatron, LISHEP2011 - Workshop on LHC - Present and Future (2011)
  2. P. Mercadante, Search for New Physics at the Tevatron, LISHEP2009 - International School on High Energy Physics: Workshop on Forward Physics, Exotica and Associated Technologies at LHC (2009).
  3. Angelo de Souza Santos (on behalf of the DZero Collaboration)*, Search for Universal Extra Dimensions in ppbar Collisions, Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on High Energy Physics, July 4-11, 2012 - Melbourne, Australia, Proceedings of Science, ICHEP2012, 166 (2012)

Other Proceedings

  1. J. Adelman, J. M. da Silva, et al., CMS Computing Operations during Run 1, International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2013), Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 513, 032040 (2014)
  2. M Mascheroni, J. M. da Silva, et al._CMS Distributed Data Analysis with CRAB3_, International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2015), Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 664, 062038 (2015)
  3. D. S. Lemos, O. Socolowski Jr. Effects of dissipative hydrodynamics on elliptic flow and HBT interferometry in central collisions at RHIC, XLI Brazilian Workshop on Nuclear Physics, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1291, 012033 (2019)

Collaboration Internal Notes

CMS Collaboration

  1. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Maurizio Pierini, Ilaria Segoni, Maria Spiropulu, Marcella Bona, Didar Dobur, Joseph David Lykken, Emanuele Di Marco, Christopher Rogan, Chiara Rovelli, Marco Zanetti, ALPGEN VB+jets Validation Studies, CMS AN-2008/091
  2. Emanuele Di Marco, Maurizio Pierini, Christopher Rogan, Chiara Rovelli, Maria Spiropulu, Marcella Bona, Didar Dobur, Joseph David Lykken, Paolo Meridiani, Ilaria Segoni, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Lukas Vanelderen, Marco Zanetti, The Z(→ e e) + jets data candle, CMS AN-2008/092
  3. Marcella Bona, Maurizio Pierini, Christopher Rogan, Maria Spiropulu, Marco Zanetti, Emanuele Di Marco, Didar Dobur, Joseph David Lykken, Paolo Meridiani, Chiara Rovelli, Ilaria Segoni, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Lukas Vanelderen, The Z(→ μ μ) + jets data candle, CMS AN-2008/095
  4. Emanuele Di Marco, Chiara Rovelli, Maurizio Pierini, Christopher Rogan, Maria Spiropulu, Marcella Bona, Didar Dobur, Joseph David Lykken, Paolo Meridiani, Ilaria Segoni, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Lukas Vanelderen, Marco Zanetti, The Ratio of W(→ e ν)+ N jets to Z(→ e e)+N jets Versus N, CMS AN-2008/096
  5. Marcella Bona, Maurizio Pierini, Christopher Rogan, Ilaria Segoni, Maria Spiropulu, Emanuele Di Marco, Didar Dobur, Ran Feldesh, Joseph David Lykken, Paolo Meridiani, Chiara Rovelli, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Lukas Vanelderen, Marco Zanetti, The Ratio of W(→ μ ν)+ N jets to Z(→ μ μ)+N jets Versus N, CMS AN-2008/105
  6. M. Bona, E. Di Marco, J. Lykken, P. Meridiani, M. Pierini, C. Rogan, C. Rovelli, I. Segoni, M. Spiropulu, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, M. Zanetti, The W+jets/Z+jets Ratio at CMS with pp collisions at center-of-mass energy 10 TeV, CMS AN-2009/045
  7. M. Bona, E. Di Marco, J. Lykken, P. Meridiani, M. Pierini, C. Rogan, C. Rovelli, I. Segoni, M. Spiropulu, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, M. Zanetti, The Z+jets "candle" in dielectron+jets and dimuon+jets final states at CMS with pp collisions at center-of-mass energy 10 TeV, CMS AN-2009/092
  8. P. Checchia, T. Dorigo, M. Galanti, S. Lacaprara, M. Margoni, M.F. Moro, M. Nespolo, Sandra S. Padula, L. Perrozzi, F. Simonetto, E. Torassa, Measurement of Bose–Einstein Correlations in proton-proton Collisions at = 7 TeV at the LHC, CMS AN-2010/239.
  9. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, M. Spiropulu, Search for Randall-Sundrum Gravitons Decaying into a Jet plus Missing E_T at CMS, CMS AN-2011/226
  10. F. A. Dias, C. Fantasia, C. Leonidopoulos, M. Pierini, P. Traczyk, Search for exotic resonances decaying into V + Z using final states with a jet and a lepton pair, CMS AN-2011/414
  11. Rylan Conway, Aditya Patak, Dragos Velicanu, Victoria Zhukova, Sandra S. Padula, Steve Sanders, Wei Li, Azimuthal anisotropy of charged hadrons at high transverse momentum in PbPb collisions at √s_NN =2.76 TeV, CMS AN-2011/436.
  12. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, M. Spiropulu, Search for RS Gravitons decaying into a Jet plus MET, EXO-11-061
  13. F. A. Dias, C. Fantasia, C. Leonidopoulos, M. Pierini, P. Traczyk, Search for exotic VZ resonances decaying into a jet and dileptons with CMS, EXO-11-081
  14. F. A. Dias, C. Fantasia, C. Leonidopoulos, M. Pierini, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for exotic resonances decaying into V + Z using final states with a jet and a lepton pair or missing transverse energy, EXO-12-014
  15. C. A. Bernardes, A. Bonato, R. Gerosa, P. Govoni, A. Hinzmann, Q. Li, S. Liu, P. Maksimovic, P. Mercadante, M. Mozer, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, and Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for new resonances decaying to WW → lνqq' in the final state with a lepton, missing transverse energy, and single reconstructed jet, EXO-12-021
  16. C. A. Bernardes, A. Bonato, R. Gerosa, P. Govoni, A. Hinzmann, Q. Li, S. Liu, P. Maksimovic, P. Mercadante, M. Mozer, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, and Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for a narrow spin-2 resonance decaying to Z bosons in the semileptonic final state, EXO-12-022
  17. Dragos Velicanu, Lingshan Xu, Fuqiang Wang, Wei Li, Rylan Conway, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula, Steve Sanders, Quan Wang, Monika Sharma, Shenquan Tuo, Julia Velkovska, Multiplicity and p_T dependence of dihadron correlations and multiparticle cumulant harmonics in pPb collisions, CMS AN-2013/031.
  18. C. A. Bernardes, A. Bonato, R. Gerosa, P. Govoni, A. Hinzmann, Q. Li, S. Liu, P. Maksimovic, P. Mercadante, M. Mozer, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, and Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for a BSM resonance decaying to Z vector bosons in the semileptonic final state, CMS AN-2013/040.
  19. C. A. Bernardes, A. Bonato, R. Gerosa, P. Govoni, A. Hinzmann, Q. Li, S. Liu, P. Maksimovic, P. Mercadante, M. Mozer, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, and Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for a BSM resonance decaying to W vector bosons in the semileptonic final state, CMS AN-2013/045.
  20. Eric Appelt, Sunil M. Dogra, Ferenc Siklér, Shengquan Tuo, Anna Julia Zsigmond, Centrality determination for pPb data 2013, CMS AN-2013/060.
  21. A. Bonato, K. Bozek, R. Gerosa, M. Gouzevitch, C. Guichardant, A. Hinzmann, Q. Li, S. Liu, P. Maksimovic, K. Nash, M. Osherson, M. Pierini, S. Rappoccio, F. Santanastasio, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, N. Tran, Y. Xin, and Z. Xu, Identifying Hadronically Decaying W Bosons Merged into a Single Jet, CMS AN-2013/072.
  22. C. A. Bernardes, A. Bonato, R. Gerosa, P. Govoni, A. Hinzmann, Q. Li, S. Liu, P. Maksimovic, P. Mercadante, M. Mozer, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, and Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for a BSM resonance decaying to W vector bosons in the semileptonic final state (update of EXO-12-021 using 22Jan2013 rereco), CMS AN-2013/381.
  23. Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula, Wei Li, and Stephen Senders, Multidimensional analysis of Bose-Einstein correlations in pp collisions at 2.76 and 7 TeV CMS AN-2013/269 and CMS-PAS-FSQ-13-002.
  24. C. A. Bernardes, A. Bonato, R. Gerosa, P. Govoni, A. Hinzmann, Q. Li, S. Liu, P. Maksimovic, P. Mercadante, M. Mozer, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, and Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for a BSM resonance decaying to Z vector bosons in the semileptonic final state (update of EXO-12-021 using 22Jan2013 rereco), CMS AN-2013/393.
  25. C. A. Bernardes, A. Carvalho, R. Covarelli, C. Galloni, A. Hinzmann, C. Lange, P. Mercadante, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, A. Santocchia, A. S. Santos, A. Spiezia, and Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for narrow resonances decaying to tau leptons and a jet in the boosted regime, CMS AN-2014/063.
  26. M. Gouzevitch, A. Hinzmann, B. Marzocchi, A. Oliveira, M. Pierini, A. S. Santos, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, D. Ferencek, P. Mercardante, S. Novaes, Y. Xin, Search for heavy di-Higgs resonances decaying to 4 bottom quarks, CMS AN-2014/124.
  27. O. Bondu, M. Gouzevitch, C. Rovelli, P. Hebda, B. Marzocchi, A. Oliveira, A. Zghiche, F. Bojarski, F. Jimenez, A. Vishwakarma, N. Chanon, O. Driga, S. Ganjour, C.-M. Kuo, A. Martelli, S. Ozturk, F. Preiato, A. S. Santos, C. Vernieri, and T. Tabarelli, Search for production of two Higgs bosons in the final state with two photons and two bottom quarks: legacy LHC run I, CMS AN-2014/118.
  28. Sudha Ahuja, Nural Akchurin, Thea Arrestad, Luca Brianza, Yu-Hsiang Chang, Jordan Damgov, Phil Dudero, Maxime Gouzevitch, Andreas Hinzmann, Ji-Kong Huang, Raman Khurana, Ben Kilminster, Clemens Lange, Sung-Won Lee, Qiang Li, Yun-Ju Lu, Petar Maksimovic, Jennifer Ngadiuba, Sergio Novaes, Alexandra Oliveira, Salvatore Rappoccio, José; Ruiz, Thiago Tomei, Henry Yee-Shian Tong, Nhan Tran, Qun Wang, Mengmeng Wang, Jun-Yi Wu, Zijun Xu, and Shin-Shan Eiko Yu, Search for new diboson resonances in semileptonic and hadronic final states at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV, CMS AN-2015/037 and CMS-PAS-EXO-15-002
  29. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, E. M. Gregores, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, S. F. Novaes, S. Qazi, A. S. Santos, et al, Search for New Physics in the Monojet Final State, CMS AN-15-072
  30. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, E. M. Gregores, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, S. F. Novaes, S. Qazi, A. S. Santos, et al, Search for dark matter with jets and missing transverse energy at 13 TeV, CMS-PAS-EXO-15-003
  31. Sunil M. Dogra, Yeonju Go, Kisoo Lee, Stephen Sanders, Monika Sharma, Shengquan Tuo, Julia Velkovska, Fuqiang Wang, Lingshan Xu, Qiao Xu, Yetkin Yilmaz, Anna Zsigmond, Centrality and Event Plane reconstruction for PbPb collisions at 5 TeV in 2015, CMS AN-2015/080
  32. Cesar A. Bernardes, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula and Máté Csanád, Femtoscopic correlations in pp collisions with LHC Run II data, CMS AN-2015/242
  33. Cesar A. Bernardes, Alexandra Carvalho, Camilla Galloni, Andreas Hinzmann, Clemens Lange, Ben Kilminster and Aniello Spiezia, Search for narrow resonances decaying to tau leptons and b-quark originated jet in the boosted regime, CMS AN-2015/091
  34. Cesar A. Bernardes, Angelo S. Santos, High-pT Muon ID Efficiency in pp Collisions at sqrt(s) = 8 TeV in the CMS Detector, CMS AN-2016/049
  35. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, E. M. Gregores, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, S. F. Novaes, S. Qazi, A. S. Santos, et al, Search for New Physics With Jets and Missing Transverse Energy, CMS AN-2016/062
  36. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, E. M. Gregores, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, S. F. Novaes, S. Qazi, A. S. Santos, et al, Search for dark matter production in association with jets, or hadronically decaying W or Z boson at √s = 13 TeV, CMS-PAS-EXO-16-013
  37. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, S. F. Novaes, A. S. Santos, et al, Search for New Physics in the Monojet and Mono-V Final State, CMS AN-2016/195
  38. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, S. F. Novaes, A. S. Santos, et al, Search for dark matter in final states with an energetic jet, or a hadronically decaying W or Z boson using 12.9 fb−1 of data at √s = 13 TeV, CMS-PAS-EXO-16-037
  39. C. S. Moon et al, A level-1 pixel based track trigger for the CMS HL-LHC upgrade, CMS-DP-2016-055
  40. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, E. M. Gregores, D. Romero Abad, et al, Search for new VV resonances in Jet + E T miss final states at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV, CMS AN-2015/220
  41. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, E. M. Gregores, D. Romero Abad, Search for massive resonances decaying into pairs of boosted bosons in E T miss + jet final states at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV, CMS-PAS-B2G-16-014
  42. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, S. F. Novaes, J. C. Ruiz Vargas, Search for ZV Resonance in Semi-leptonic Final States at 13 TeV, CMS-AN-2016-068
  43. Cesar A. Bernardes, James Castle, Zhenyu Chen, Maxime Guilbaud, Wei Li, Milan Stojanovic, Zhoudunming Tu, Quan Wang, Measurement of symmetric cumulants (SC) in pp, pPb and PbPb collisions, CMS AN-2016/370
  44. Cesar A. Bernardes, James Castle, Zhenyu Chen, Maxime Guilbaud, Wei Li, Milan Stojanovic, Zhoudunming Tu, Quan Wang, Correlations of azimuthal anisotropy harmonics in pp, pPb, and PbPb collisions at the LHC, CMS-PAS-HIN-16-022
  45. S. Ahuja, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, S. F. Novaes, et al, Search for new diboson resonances in the dilepton+jets final state at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV with 2016 data, CMS AN-2016/206 and CMS-PAS-HIG-16-034
  46. S. Ahuja, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, S. F. Novaes, et al, Search for high mass H into ZZ (2l2q, 2l2v, and 4l), CMS AN-2017/019 and CMS-PAS-HIG-17-012.
  47. T. R. Fernandez Perez Tomei, P. G. Mercadante, C. S. Moon, S. F. Novaes, A. S. Santos, et al, Search for new physics in final states with an energetic jet or a hadronically decaying W or Z boson using 35.9 fb−1 of data at √ s = 13 TeV, CMS-PAS-EXO-16-048
  48. R. D'Elia Matheus, E. Ponton, L. A. Fernandes do Prado, A. Savoy-Navarro, Impact of vector-like fermion hypothesis in the production of ttbar at the LHC and the measurement of the top-Higgs Yukawa coupling, CMS AN-2017/258
  49. Cesar A. Bernardes, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula and Máté Csanád, Femtoscopic Bose-Einstein Correlations of charged hadrons in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV, CMS PAS FSQ-15-009
  50. S. Ahuja, S. Dogra, P. G. Mercadante, T. R. F. P. Tomei and others, Search for Mono-top Production in Events with One Lepton, Missing Transverse Energy, and Jets, CMS AN-2018/119
  51. S. Ahuja, S. Dogra, P. G. Mercadante, T. R. F. P. Tomei and others, Search for Inelastic Dark Matter in Events with One Lepton-Jet and Missing Transverse Momentum, CMS AN-2018/124
  52. S. Ahuja, S. Dogra, P. G. Mercadante, T. R. F. P. Tomei and others, Search for Self-Interacting Dark Matter in Events with Two Lepton-Jets, CMS AN-2018/125
  53. Tongguang Cheng, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Trigger Algorithms, Data Streams and Workflows for Alignment and Calibration in Run 2, CMS DN-2018/002
  54. Cesar A. Bernardes, Wei Li, Sandra S. Padula, Yousen Zhang, Andre Stahl, Search for Electromagnetic Fields Created in PbPb collisions at 5.02 TeV, CMS AN-2019/138
  55. Dener S. Lemos, Cesar A. Bernardes, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula, Femtoscopy with strange particles in pPb collisions at 8.16 TeV, CMS AN-2019/147
  56. Shengquan Tuo, Stephen Sanders, Dener Lemos, Cesar Bernardes, Hyunchul Kim, Batoul Diab, Kisoo Lee, Yeonju Go, Centrality and Event Plane reconstruction for PbPb 2018 data at 5.02 TeV, CMS AN-2018/287
  57. Cesar A. Bernardes, Wei Li, Sandra S. Padula, Yousen Zhang, Andre Stahl, Search for strong electromagnetic fields in PbPb collisions at 5.02 TeV via azimuthal anisotropy of D0 and D0bar mesons, CMS PAS HIN-19-008

DØ Collaboration

  1. O. Brandt, S. Cho, M. Cookc, M. Eads, D. Hedin, A. Santos, B. Tuchming, Y. Yatsunenko and S. Youn, Muon Identi cation Certi cation for the Summer 2009 Extended Dataset (Run IIb-1 and -2), DØ note 6025 (2010).
  2. M. Cooke, A. Croc, F. D'eliot, H. Greenlee, A.S. Santos, V. Sharyy, B. Tuchming, M. Vesterinen, T.R. Wyatt, Muon Momentum Oversmearing Update for p20 Data, DØ note 6031 (2010).
  3. O. Brandt, D. Hedin, A.S. Santos and B. Tuchming, Muon Momentum Oversmearing Update for Run IIa, Run IIb2 and Run IIb3 Data Taking Epochs and Monte Carlo p17 and p20, DØ note 6190 (2011).
  4. A. Popov, A. Shchukin, A. Santos, J. Mansour, P. Mercadante, V. Goryachev, Search for Universal Extra Dimensions in the Likesign Dimuon Channel using 7.3 fb^{-1} of DØ data, DØ note 6300 (2012).
  5. O. Brandt, D. Hedin, L. Feng, and A.S. Santos, Muon Momentum Oversmearing Update for Run IIb3 MC (p20.17) versus Run IIb3 as well as the combined Run IIb3 and Run IIb4 Data Taking Epochs, DØ note 6312 (2012).
  6. O. Brandt, D. Hedin, L. Feng, and A.S. Santos, Muon Momentum Oversmearing Update for Run IIb1 and Run IIb2 Data Taking Epochs and Run IIb2 Monte Carlo, DØ note 6314 (2012).
  7. O. Brandt, S. Cho, M. Cookc, M. Eads, D. Hedin, A. Santos, B. Tuchming, Y. Yatsunenko and S. Youn, The Muon Certification Procedure of the D0 Experiment in Run II, Fermilab Technical Note: FERMILAB-TM-2541-PPD (2012).
  8. O. Brandt, D. Hedin, A.S. Santos and B. Tuchming, The Muon Momentum Resolution fo the D0 Experiment in Run II, Fermilab Technical Note: FERMILAB-TM-2540-PPD (2012).

SPRACE Internal Notes

Public Notes

  1. J. R. B. Gimenez, Implementação do Algoritmo RSA, SIN-P 01/2014.
  2. J. R. B. Gimenez, GridUNESP e os Novos Paradigmas de Computação, SIN-P 02/2014.
  3. J. R. B. Gimenez, GridUNESP e a Tecnologia DWDM da Rede Kyatera, SIN-P 03/2014.
  4. J. R. B. Gimenez, Propagação de Sinais Elétricos em Cabos Coaxiais, SIN-P 04/2014.
  5. B. C. Leal, R. M. Cobe, T. C. Paiva, G. A. von Winckler, OpenFlow Controllers Performance Comparison with Resources Usages, SIN-P 05/2014
  6. B. C. Leal, R. M. Cobe, T. C. Paiva, G. A. von Winckler, Openstack Neutron Integration with Openflow and Open vSwitch, SIN-P 06/2014
  7. B. C. Leal, R. L. Iope, SDN Over Circuit Switches at Super Computing 2014, SIN-P 07/2014
  8. Sprace Group, SPRACE Scientific Report 2014: FAPESP Thematic Project, SIN-P 08/2014
  9. G. Amadio, IPCC Report: GeantV and VecGeom Development, SIN-P 01/2015
  10. C. P. Bianchini, Studies on VecGeom library: from source-code to Xeon Phi offload mode, SIN-P 02/2015
  11. G. Amadio, IPCC Report: GeantV and VecGeom Development, SIN-P 03/2015
  12. C. P. Bianchini, SIMD intrinsics, Vc library and offload mode of VecGeom, SIN-P 04/2015
  13. G. Amadio, IPCC Report: GeantV and VecGeom Development at UNESP, SIN-P 05/2015
  14. C. P. Bianchini, IPCC Monthly Report: Offload Mode and Xeon Phi Backend, SIN-P 06/2015
  15. G. Amadio, IPCC Report: Activities at CERN, SIN-P 07/2015
  16. C. P. Bianchini, IPCC Monthly Report: Offload Mode Architecture, SIN-P 08/2015
  17. Sprace Group, SPRACE Scientific Report 2015: FAPESP Thematic Project, SIN-P 09/2015
  18. Sprace Group, SPRACE Scientific Report 2016: FAPESP Thematic Project, SIN-P 01/2016
  19. G. Amadio, IPCC Final Report, SIN-P 01/2017
  20. A. M. Cascadan; V. Finotti, Influence of clock jitter on Xilinx MGT, SIN-P 02/2017
  21. L.Calligaris, A. M. Cascadan, V. Finotti, Performance tests on Fiberstore 10GBASE-SR SFP+ 850nm optical transceivers, SIN-P 01/2018

Restricted Notes

  1. T. C. Paiva, L. A. Ramalho, XVC Service a New IPMC Functionality, SIN-R 01/2014.
  2. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Exotica Boosted Dimuon Trigger 2015, SIN-R 02/2014.
  3. T. C. Paiva, L. A. Ramalho, Multiple ATCA Shelves Control Topology, SIN-R 01/2015.
  4. T. C. Paiva, L. A. Ramalho, ATCA/IPMI Service A New Pulsar 2b IPMC Functionality, SIN-R 02/2015

Presentations

Conference Presentations

CMS Collaboration

  1. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, High Mass Resonance Searches at the CMS Experiment, Parallel Talk at XXXI Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos (2010).
  2. C. A. Bernardes, P. Mercadante, F. Marinho, Search for Universal Extra Dimensions at the CMS Detector: the Same-Sign Dimuon Channel, Poster at Encontro de Física 2011 (2011).
  3. T. S. dos Anjos, E. M. Gregores, F. Marinho, Busca por Sinais de UED no CMS no Canal e + mu + jatos + MET, Poster at Encontro de Física 2011 (2011).
  4. Sandra S. Padula, Measurements of Bose-Einstein correlations at LHC with CMS, Parallel Talk at XXII Int. Conf. on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Quark Matter 2011) (2011).
  5. Sandra S. Padula, Long-range dihadron correlations in high multiplicity pp and PbPb with CMS, Plenary Talk at the VII Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF2011) (2011).
  6. Sandra S. Padula, Bose-Einstein correlations in pp collisions measured at LHC with CMS, Plenary Talk at the XLI International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics (ISMD 2011) (2011).
  7. Sandra S. Padula, Collective flow and charged hadron correlations in 2.76 TeV PbPb collisions at CMS, Parallel Talk at ICHEP 2012 - Melbourne, Australia (2012).
  8. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for RS Gravitons decaying into a Jet plus Missing ET with CMS, Poster at ICHEP 2012 - Melbourne, Australia (2012).
  9. F. A. Dias, Search for exotic VZ resonances decaying into a jet and dileptons with CMS, Poster at ICHEP 2012 - Melbourne, Australia (2012).
  10. F. A. Dias, Boosted V signals and studies, Plenary Talk at BOOST2012 - Valencia, Spain (2012).
  11. Sandra S. Padula, Results on correlations and flow with the CMS detector, Plenary Talk at the [VIII Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2012) - Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies - FIAS, Frankfurt, Alemanha (2012).
  12. F. A. Dias, Search for exotic VZ resonances decaying into a jet and dileptons with CMS, Parallel Talk at Kruger2012: Discovery Physics at the LHC - Kruger National Park, South Africa (2012).
  13. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, S. F. Novaes, M. Pierini, M. Spiropulu, Search for RS Gravitons decaying into a Jet plus MET in CMS, Parallel Talk at XXXIII National Meeting of Particle Physics and Fields (2012).
  14. C. Laganá, Sandra S. Padula, Femtoscopia de colisões próton-próton no Detector CMS do Large Hadron Collider, Poster Presentation at XXXIII National Meeting of Particle Physics and Fields (2012).
  15. C. A. Bernardes, E. M. Gregores, P. G. Mercadante, Search for Universal Extra Dimensions in the Dilepton Channel at the CMS Detector, Poster Presentation at XXXIII National Meeting of Particle Physics and Fields (2012).
  16. J. C. R. Vargas, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, S. F. Novaes, Simulation of the Z' -> W+ W- signal in pp collisions, Poster Presentation at XXXIII National Meeting of Particle Physics and Fields (2012).
  17. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (under alias Thiago Tomei Fernandez), Heavy Ions in CMS, Parallel Talk at I Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference - Barcelona, Spain (2013).
  18. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (under alias Thiago Tomei Fernandez), Review of Exotic Searches at CMS, Plenary Talk at Higgs and Beyond the Standard Model Physics at the LHC - Trieste, Italy (2013).
  19. Sandra S. Padula, Dihadron correlations and azimuthal anisotropy harmonics in pPb and PbPb at CMS, Plenary talk at the IX Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2013) - Acireale, Sicily, Italy (2013).
  20. Sunil M. Dogra, Inclusive hadron production in pp and p-Pb collisions from CMS, Plenary talk at the IX Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2013) - Acireale, Sicily, Italy (2013).
  21. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (under alias Thiago Tomei Fernandez), Exotic Searches in LHC, Plenary Talk at Rencontres de Moriond: EW Interactions and Unified Theories - La Thuille, Italy (2014).
  22. Sunil M. Dogra, Bose-Einstein correlation measurements at CMS, Talk at the XXIV Int. Conf. on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Quark Matter 2014) - Darmstadt, Germany (2014).
  23. Angelo de S. Santos, Search for heavy resonances decaying to bosons at CMS, Poster Presentation at ICHEP 2014 - Valencia, Spain (2014).
  24. Sandra S. Padula, Multidimensional analysis of BEC in pp collisions at 2.76 and 7 TeV in CMS, Plenary talk at the X Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2014) - Gyöngyös, Hungary (2014).
  25. Sunil M. Dogra, Bose-Einstein Correlations in pp Collisions with the CMS Experiment, Parallel talk at the XXXV ENFPC (2014).
  26. Angelo de S. Santos, Search for heavy resonances decaying to two Higgs bosons in hadronic final states at CMS, Parallel talk at the XXXV ENFPC (2014).
  27. C. A. Bernardes, P. G. Mercadante, Search for high mass resonances decaying in a Higgs and a Z bosons in the final state with taus and jets using the CMS detector at LHC, Parallel talk at the XXXV ENFPC (2014).
  28. D. Romero, E. M. Gregores, S. F. Novaes, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, J. C. R. Vargas, MC event generation and Trigger studies towards Run-2 in the CMS Experiment, Poster Presentation at the XXXV ENFPC (2014).
  29. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, S. F. Novaes, P. G. Mercadante, C. A. Bernardes, et al, Search for physics beyond the standard model with boosted vector bosons in the CMS experiment, Parallel talk at the XXXV ENFPC (2014).
  30. C. A. Bernardes, Boosted objects in RunI and RunII, Talk at the CMS Exotica Workshop - Madrid, Spain (2014).
  31. E. Bach, R. L. Iope, T. C. Paiva, L. A. Ramalho, A. A. Shinoda, M. Vaz, Implement of a Data Formater Remote Function The CMS Track Trigger, Poster Presentation at 6th International Schoolof Trigger and Data Acquisition (6th ISOTDAQ) - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2015).
  32. D. Romero , C. A. Bernardes , E. M. Gregores , P. G. Mercadante , Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for a High-Mass resonance decaying into pair of Z vector bosons in MET plus JET final state, Poster Presentation at Cern Latin-American School of High Energy Physics - Ibarra, Ecuador (2015).
  33. C. A. Bernardes, Search for narrow high-mass resonances decaying to Z and Higgs bosons, Poster Presentation at Cern Latin-American School of High Energy Physics - Ibarra, Ecuador (2015).
  34. T.C.Paiva, L.A.Ramalho, A.A.Shinoda, M.Vaz, B.C.Leal, R.L.Iope, Implementation of the XVC protocol for the development of FPGA-based board in High Energy Physics instrumentation, Presentation Poster at DINCON – Conferência Brasileira de Dinâmica, Controle e Aplicações, Natal, RN, Brasil, (2015).
  35. Sandra S. Padula, Bose-Einstein correlations in various collision systems and energies measured with the CMS experiment, Talk at the DIS2015: XXIII International Workshop on Deep-inelastic scattering and related subjects, DIS2015_CMSTalk (2015).
  36. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Performance of electron, photon and muon triggers at the CMS High Level Trigger, Poster at the Lepton Photon 2015: XXVII International Symposium on Lepton Photon Interactions at High Energies, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2015).
  37. C. A. Bernardes, Search for narrow high-mass resonances decaying to Z and Higgs bosons, Poster Presentation at INFIERI School (2015).
  38. C. A. Bernardes, E. M. Gregores, D. Romero Abad, Search for an exotic heavy resonance decaying to Z vector bosons in MET + JET final state with the CMS detector at the LHC with the CMS detector at the LHC, Parallel talk at the XXXVI ENFPC (2015).
  39. A. S. Santos, Search for heavy resonances decaying to two Higgs bosons in final states with four b quarks at 8 TeV, Talk at the XXXVI ENFPC (2015).
  40. S. Ahuja, C. A. Bernardes, Search for narrow high-mass resonances in proton-proton collisions at 8 TeV decaying to Z and Higgs bosons, Talk at the XXXVI ENFPC (2015).
  41. Sandra S. Padula, The ridges in pp, pPb and PbPb at CMS, Poster at XXV Int. Conference on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Quark Matter 2015) (2015).
  42. Sunil M. Dogra, Two-particle correlations in pp collisions at 13 TeV measured with CMS, Plenary talk at the XI Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2015) (2015).
  43. T.C.Paiva, L.A.Ramalho, A.A.Shinoda, M.Vaz, B.C.Leal, R.L.Iope, T.Liu, J.Olsen, IPMC Services for Pulsar IIb Data Formatter, Presentation Poster at NSS 2015 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, San Diego, California, United States of America, (2015).
  44. T.C.Paiva, L.A.Ramalho, A.A.Shinoda, M.Vaz, B.C.Leal, R.L.Iope, T.Liu, J.Olsen, Data Sourcing System FPGA Firmware for L1 Tracking Trigger, Presentation Poster at 3rd International Summer School on INtelligent Signal Processing for FrontIEr Research and Industry, Hamburg, Germany, (2015).
  45. T.C.Paiva, L.A.Ramalho, A.A.Shinoda, M.Vaz, B.C.Leal, R.L.Iope, T.Liu, J.Olsen, Development of an Intelligent Platform Management of the Controller for the Pulsar IIB, Presentation Poster at 3rd International Summer School on INtelligent Signal Processing for FrontIEr Research and Industry, Hamburg, Germany, (2015).
  46. S. Ahuja, Level-1 track trigger for the upgrade of CMS detector at HL-LHC, Poster at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016).
  47. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei Trigger Algorithms for Alignment and Calibration at CMS, Poster at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016).
  48. C.S. Moon A level-1 pixel based track trigger for the CMS upgrade, Talk at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016).
  49. A. S. Santos Searches for narrow resonances decaying to pairs of boosted HH bosons, Poster at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016).
  50. C. A. Bernardes, Search for narrow high-mass resonances in proton–proton collisions at 8 TeV decaying to a Z and a Higgs boson, Poster at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016).
  51. D. R. Abad Search for new resonances in the merged jet + MET final state in CMS, Poster at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016).
  52. J. C. R. Vargas Search for new resonances in the merged jet + dilepton final state in CMS, Poster at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016)
  53. Sandra S. Padula, Measurements of flow and correlation phenomena in pp, pPb and PbPb collisions at CMS, Talk at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016).
  54. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for Dark Matter at CMS, Talk at PPC2016: Xth International Conference on the Interconnection between Particle Physics and Cosmology, ICTP-SAIFR, São Paulo, Brazil (2016).
  55. C.S. Moon Dark Matter searches using missing ET at LHC, Talk at TeVPA2016: TeV Particle Astrophysics 2016, CERN, Geneva, Switerland, (2016).
  56. Z. Xu, Z. Hu, J. Olsen, T. T. Liu, L. A. Ramalho, V. F. Ferreira Pulsar IIb Design, System Integration and Next-Generation Full Mesh ATCA Backplane Test Results, Presentation Poster at TWEPP - DINCON – Topical Workshop on Electronics for Particle Physics., Karlsruhe, Germany, (2016).
  57. T. C. Paiva, L. A. Ramalho, A. A. Shinoda, A. Cascadan, V. F. Ferreira, M. Vaz, A Framework for Development and Test of XTCA Modules with FPGA Based Systems For Particle Detectors, Oral Presentation at PCaPAC - 11th International Workshop Personal Computers and Particle Accelerator Controls., São Paulo, Brazil (2016).
  58. L. A. Ramalho, S. Ahuja, T. C. Paiva, M. Vaz, S. Novaes, Z. Hu, Ted T. Liu, Jamieson Olsen, M. Trovato, K. Hahn, Emulating CMS Silicon Tracker at High Luminosity LHC for the Level-1 tracker trigger demonstration, Poster Presentation at FNAL UC Meeting - 49th Annual Fermilab Users Meeting. , Illinois, United States (2016).
  59. V. A. dos Reis, A. A. Shinoda Desenvolvimento da Codificação 8b/10b para Sistemas de Física de Altas Energias, Presentation Poster at CIC - XXVIII Congresso de Iniciação Científica da Unesp. , São Paulo, Brazil (2016).
  60. V. Finotti, A. M. Cascadan, Tuning System for Xilinx MGT Transceivers, Presentation Poster at 4th Summer School on INtelligent signal processing for FrontIEr Research and Industry. , São Paulo, Brazil (2017).
  61. A. M. Cascadan, V. Finotti, L. A. Ramalho, T. C. Paiva, IPbus applied to the CMS Level1 Tracking Trigger Upgrade, Presentation Poster at 4th Summer School on INtelligent signal processing for FrontIEr Research and Industry. , São Paulo, Brazil (2017).
  62. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei Evolution of online algorithms in ATLAS and CMS in Run2, Parallel talk at V Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, Shanghai, China (2017).
  63. C. A. Bernardes, Recent Results on Multi-Particle Azimuthal Correlations in High-Multiplicity pp and pPb Collisions in CMS, Talk at EPS Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP 2017), Venice, Italy (2017).
  64. Sudha Ahuja, The CMS Tracker upgrade for HL-LHC, Talk at EPS Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP 2017), Venice, Italy (2017).
  65. Sandra S. Padula, Flow and correlation phenomena measurements in pp, pPb and PbPb collisions at CMS, Talk at XLVII International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics (ISMD 2017), Tlaxcala City, Mexico (2017).
  66. C. A. Bernardes, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula, Femtoscopic Bose-Einstein correlations in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV measured with the CMS detector, Talk at XXXVIII ENFPC (2017).
  67. C. A. Bernardes, Recent Results on Multi-Particle Azimuthal Correlations in High-Multiplicity pp and pPb Collisions in CMS, Talk at XXXVIII ENFPC (2017).
  68. P. G. Mercadante, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, A. Belyaev, Probing Inert Two Higgs Doublet Model via Dark matter Monojet Signal at the LHC, Talk at XXXVIII ENFPC (2017).
  69. Sudha Ahuja, S. F. Novaes, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, E. M. Gregores, Searches for a Diboson Resonance with the CMS Experiment, Talk at XXXVIII ENFPC (2017).
  70. Sudha Ahuja, Search for Dark Matter in final states with energetic jet and missing ET, Talk at XXXVIII ENFPC (2017).
  71. L. A. Ramalho, A. A. Shinoda, V. Finotti, A. M. Cascadan, A 320 Gbps board level Data Sourcing System FPGA Design, Talk at Conferência Brasileira de Dinâmica, Controle e Aplicações (DINCON). , São José do Rio Preto (SP), Brazil (2017).
  72. V. A. Reis, L. A. Ramalho, A. A. Shinoda, Análise de Robustez e Modelagem em Máquina de Estado da Codificação 8b/10b, Oral Presentation at Encontro Regional de Matemática Aplicada e Computacional (ERMAC) , Bauru, SP, Brazil (2017).
  73. V. A. Reis, L. A. Ramalho, A. A. Shinoda, Modelagem e Implementação em FPGA da Codificação 8b/10b, Oral Presentation at 8º Simpósio de Instrumentação e Imagens Médicas (SIIM) e o 7º Simpósio de Processamento de Sinais (SPS) , São Paulo, SP, Brazil (2017).
  74. A. M. Cascadan, V. Finotti, L. A. Ramalho, A. A. Shinoda, Influence of Clock Jitter on Xilinx MGTs, Oral Presentation at 8º Simpósio de Instrumentação e Imagens Médicas (SIIM) e o 7º Simpósio de Processamento de Sinais (SPS) , Santo André, SP, Brazil (2017).
  75. Sudha Ahuja, Search for new resonances coupling to third generation quarks at CMS, Parallel Talk at SUSY 17: 25th International Conference on Supersymmetry and the Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Mumbai, India (2017)
  76. C. A. Bernardes, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula, Femtoscopic Bose-Einstein correlations in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV with the CMS experiment, Poster at The 27th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, Lido di Venezia, Italy (2018).
  77. Sandra S. Padula, Femtoscopic Bose-Einstein correlations of charged hadrons in pp collisions at 13 TeV, Plenary Talk at the XIII Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2018), Krakow, Poland (2018)
  78. L. Calligaris, A. Cascadan, V. Finotti, L. A. Ramalho, S. De Souza, A. França, A. A. Shinoda, Electronics development for the upgrade of the CMS tracker, Oral presentation at Workshop da Rede Nacional de Física de Altas Energias (RENAFAE) 2018, São Paulo, Brazil (2018)
  79. P. G. Mercadante, Higgs: Experimental Status, Oral presentation at PHENOEXP 2018: LHC Physics and beyond, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2018).
  80. C. A. Bernardes, Máté Csanád, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula, Bose-Einstein Correlations in pp Collisions at 13 TeV with the CMS Detector, Talk at XLI Brazilian Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Maresias, São Sebastião, Brazil (2018).
  81. Sandra S. Padula, Results on Bose-Einstein correlations of charged hadrons in pp collisions at 13 TeV, Plenary Talk at the XIV Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2019), Dubna, Russia (2019).
  82. C. A. Bernardes, Máté Csanád, Sunil M. Dogra, Sandra S. Padula, Two-particle Bose-Einstein Correlations Measurements in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV using the CMS detector, Poster at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos, Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  83. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Searches for dark matter at CMS, Plenary talk at the Dark Universe Workshop - Early Universe Cosmology, Baryogenesis and Dark Matter, ICTP-SAIFR, São Paulo, Brazil (2019).
  84. Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, The CMS Trigger upgrade for the HL-LHC, Parallel talk at the 24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2019), Adelaide, Australia (2019).
  85. C. A. Bernardes, Search for extreme electromagnetic fields through measurements of charm meson flow harmonics in PbPb collisions at 5.02 TeV with the CMS detector, Parallel talk at the The 28th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, Wuhan, China (2019).

DØ Collaboration

  1. A. Popov, A. Shchukin, A. S. Santos, J. Mansour, P. Mercadante, V. Goryachev, Universal Extra Dimensions, Paralel Talk at ICHEP 2012 - Melbourne, Australia (2012).
  2. A. Popov, A. Shchukin, A. S. Santos, J. Mansour, P. Mercadante, V. Goryachev, Search for Universal Extra Dimensions in ppbar Collisions, Parallel Talk at XXXIII National Meeting of Particle Physics and Fields (2012)

Other Presentations

  1. M. Mascheroni, J. Balcas, J. M. da Silva, et al., A Comparison of Different Database Technologies for the CMS AsyncStageOut Transfer Database, Poster presented at the International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2016)
  2. J. Letts, J. M. da Silva, et al., Connecting Restricted, High-Availability, or Low-Latency Resources to a Seamless Global Pool for CMS, Poster presented at the International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2016)
  3. J. Letts, J. M. da Silva, et al., Stability and scalability of the CMS Global Pool: Pushing HTCondor and glideinWMS to New Limits, Talk presented at the International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2016)
  4. M. Mascheroni, E. A. Rupeika, J. M. da Silva, et al., Efficient Monitoring of CRAB3 Jobs at CMS, Poster presented at the International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2016)
  5. P. Bockelman, J. Balcas, J. M. da Silva, et al., Effective HTCondor-based Monitoring System for CMS, Poster presented at the International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2016)
  6. K. P. H. Anampa, J. M. da Silva, et al., CMS Connect, Poster presented at the International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2016)
  7. K. P. H. Anampa, J. M. da Silva, et al., CMS Connect, Poster presented at the International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2016)
  8. Sandra S. Padula, Femtoscopic Bose-Einstein correlations in pp collisions at 13 TeV: experimental methods, Talk at XII Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2017), Amsterdam, Netherlands (2017).
  9. D. S. Lemos, O. Socolowski Jr., Results on femtoscopy from hydrodinamics in pp collisions at √s = 7 TeV, Poster at The 27th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, Lido di Venezia, Italy (2018).
  10. D. S. Lemos, O. Socolowski Jr., Hydrodynamical results on femtoscopy in pp collisions at √s = 7 TeV, Poster at XLI Brazilian Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Maresias, São Sebastião, Brazil (2018).
  11. D. S. Lemos, O. Socolowski Jr., Effects of dissipative hydrodynamics on elliptic flow and HBT interferometry in central collisions, Poster at XLI Brazilian Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Maresias, São Sebastião, Brazil (2018).
  12. A. M. S. Slivar, E. M. Gregores, Study of Mono-Z Production at the LHC as Signal of Dark Matter, Poster at 2019 CERN Latin-American School of High Energy Physics, Cordoba, Argentina (2019).
  13. B. Orzari, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for the dark Higgs in the CMS Experiment, Poster at 2019 CERN Latin-American School of High Energy Physics, Cordoba, Argentina (2019).
  14. D. S. Lemos,O. Socolowski Jr., Describing High Energy Collisions With Hydrodynamics, Poster at 2019 CERN Latin-American School of High Energy Physics, Cordoba, Argentina (2019).
  15. B. Orzari, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Search for the dark Higgs in High Energy Collisions, Poster at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos, Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  16. A. M. S. Slivar, E. M. Gregores, Study of Mono-Z Production at the LHC as Signal of Dark Matter, Poster at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos , Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  17. T. C. Cardoso, E. M. Gregores, Search for Dark Matter Production at the CMS Experiment through the Mono-Photon Signature, Poster at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos , Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  18. R. Cobe, J. Fialho, R. Iope, A. Santos, S. Stanzani, Thiago R. F. P. Tomei, Machine Learning Techniques for HL-LHC Tracking in CMS, Talk at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos, Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  19. D. S. Lemos, O. Socolowski Jr., CHESS - Complete Hydrodynamical Evolution SyStem, Talk at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos, Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  20. C. A. Bernardes, S. M. Dogra , D. S. Lemos, Sandra S. Padula, K0sK0s Bose-Einstein Correlations in pPb@8.16 TeV at CMS, Poster at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos, Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  21. Isabela Maietto Silvério, on behalf of SPRACE, International MasterClass events at SPRACE, Poster at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos, Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).
  22. Sandra S. Padula, SPRACE Outreach Initiatives and Activities, Talk at XLII Reunião de Trabalho sobre Física Nuclear no Brasil e XL Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos, Campos do Jordão, Brazil (2019).

Thesis and Dissertations

Ph.D. Thesis

  1. Thiago Rafael Fernandez Perez Tomei, Busca por Dimensões Extras no Detector CMS do Large Hadron Collider (in Portuguese), Search for Extra Dimensions at the CMS Detector in the Large Hadron Collider, IFT-T.006/12 (2012). Advisor: Sérgio F. Novaes.
  2. Angelo de Souza Santos, Procura de Sinais de Dimensões Extras Universais em Colisões Próton-Antipróton, Search for Signals of Universal Extra Dimensions in Proton-Antiproton Collisions , IFT-T.010/12 (2012). Advisor: Sérgio F. Novaes, Co-Advisor: Pedro G. Mercadante.
  3. Flavia de Almeida Dias, Search for Graviton Resonances of Extra Dimension Models at LHC , IFT-T.011/12 (2012). Advisor: Sérgio F. Novaes.
  4. César Augusto Bernardes, Search for Narrow Resonances in Proton-Proton Collisions at √s = 8 TeV Decaying to Z and Higgs Bosons in the Two Tau Leptons and a Merged Jet Pair Final State , UFABC (2015). Advisor: Pedro G. Mercadante
  5. David Romero Abad, Busca por Ressonâncias Pesadas na Observação de Jatos Hadrônicos e Energia Faltante no Experimento CMS do LHC, Search for Heavy Resonances in the Observation of Hadronic Jets and Missing Energy in CMS , UFABC (2017). Advisor: Eduardo Gregores, Co-Advisor: Thiago R. F. P. Tomei.
  6. José Cupertino Ruiz Vargas, Search for New Resonances in the Merged Jet plus Dilepton Final State in CMS , IFT-T.002/17 (2017). Advisor: Sérgio F. Novaes, Co-Advisor: Thiago R. F. P. Tomei.
  7. Lucas Arruda Ramalho, An FPGA based 3.8 Tbps Data Sourcing and Emulator System , UNESP-FEIS-DEE 02/18 (2018). Advisor: Aílton Akira Shinoda.

Master Dissertations

  1. César Augusto Bernardes, Search for Universal Extra Dimensions at the CMS Detector at LHC: The Same-Sign Dimuon Channel, UFABC (2012). Advisor: Pedro G. Mercadante, Co-Advisor: Franciole Marinho.
  2. Tiago Souza dos Anjos, Busca por Sinais de Dimensões Extras Universais no Experimento CMS do CERN: O Canal Elétron-Múon, UFABC (2012). Advisor: Eduardo Gregores, Co-Advisor: Franciole Marinho.
  3. Caio Laganá Fernandes, Femtoscopia em colisões próton-próton no detector CMS do Large Hadron Collider, IFT-D.003/12 (2012). Advisor: Sandra S. Padula.
  4. José Cupertino Ruiz Vargas, Monte Carlo Study of New Neutral Resonance Production in a Diboson Channel at the CMS Experiment, IFT-UNESP (2013). Advisor: Sérgio F. Novaes. Co-advisor: Thiago R. F. P. Tomei.
  5. John David Gomez Aguirre, Estudo do sinal da produção de ressonâncias massivas decaindo em pares de bósons de gauge no detector CMS do LHC, UFABC (2014). Advisor: Pedro Galli Mercadante.
  6. Thiago Costa de Paiva, Remote development environment with reconfigurable components in the Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture context, UNESP (2016). Advisor: Aílton Akira Shinoda.
  7. Sthefany Fernandes de Souza, Viabilidade da Implementação do protocolo IPMI em um System on Chip, UNESP (2019). Advisor: Aílton Akira Shinoda.

Physics Analysis

Heavy Ion

The SPRACE Heavy Ion (HIN) team actively participates in investigations with data produced in relativistic heavy ion collisions and recorded by the CMS experiment, directly contributing to physics analyses and to data-taking activities. A summary of the SPRACE Heavy Ion activities:

Sandra S. Padula

  • From September/2017 to September/2018 chaired the CMS HIN Publication Committee Board, together with Gunther Roland (MIT, Boston, EUA). In the period September/2018 to September/2019 chaired the same board together with Senta Victoria Greene (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee). In September/2019 was invited by the Publication Committee Chair to continue in this position, together with Senta Victoria Greene (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee).
  • Visited CERN to participate in the Heavy Ion run, from November 08 to December 03, 2018, a very active period for the heavy ion community, with at least two daily meetings attended daily in the group. Also present at CERN in this period were C\'esar A. Bernardes, FAPESP post-doctoral fellow, and Dener de Souza Lemos, PhD student with a FAPESP fellowship, both under my supervision. Their activities in this period will be described below.
  • Actively contributed to the FSQ-14-002 analysis ("Study of Bose-Einstein correlations in pp, pPb, and PbPb collisions at the LHC "), which was published in December/2017 (Phys. Rev. C 97 (2018) 064912).
  • Actively contributed to the FSQ-15-009 analysis, approved in May, 2018. After that, the analysis completed the CWR and Final Reading procedures and sent for publication on October/20, 2019. During this period she supervised the FAPESP post-doctoral fellow, César A. Bernardes.
  • She is supervising contact person of the HIN-19-008 analysis ("Search for Electromagnetic Fields in PbPb Collisions at 5.02 TeV"), Dr. César A. Bernardes, which was recently approved and the preliminary results presented on Nov/05 at the Quark Matter 2019 conference.
  • She is supervising the Ph.D. student Dener de Souza Lemos, who is the contact person of the HIN-19-010 analysis ("K0sK0s femtoscopy in pPb collisions at 8.16 TeV").
  • Presented the plenary talk ``Femtoscopic BEC of charged hadrons in pp collisions at 13 TeV in CMS'' at the XIII Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2018), Krakow, Poland (2018).
  • Presented the plenary talk ``Results on Bose-Einstein correlations of charged hadrons in pp collisions at 13 TeV'' at the XIV Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF 2019), Dubna, Russia (2019).

César Augusto Bernardes

  • During the PbPb data-taking in 2018, the Dr. C\'esar Augusto Bernardes was the outer tracker contact person of the CMS Heavy Ion. In this period, he was constantly in contact with the detector experts and the heavy-ions run coordinators. He presented daily reports about the issues and actions taken to solve the problems related to this sub-detector in the heavy-ion run meetings.
  • Since September of 2019, C\'esar Augusto Bernardes has been nominated by the CMS Collaboration to coordinate the Flow and Correlation analysis group (Flow and Correlation PInG).
  • Analyses and service work (see details in the report by César A. Bernardes, attached at the end of the general report).

Dener de Souza Lemos

  • Experimental analysis and developments in phenomenology (see details in the report by Derner S. Lemos, attached at the end of the general report).
  • Service works developed in the period of the current report(see details in the report by C\'esar A. Bernardes, attached at the end of the general report).

Exotica: Search for Dark Matter

Positions Held in the Collaboration

Convenership

  • Heavy-Ions Flow and Correlations Convener: César A. Bernardes (since 2019)

  • High-Level Trigger Upgrade Convener: Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (since 2018)

  • Co-chaired the CMS HIN Publication Committee Board: Sandra S. Padula (since 2017)

  • Member of the HIN Publication Committee Board: Sandra S. Padula (since 2014)

  • Chair of Analysis Review Committee (ARC) of the analysis HIN-15-008: Sandra S. Padula

  • Member of Analysis Review Committee (ARC) of the analysis HIN-15-005, 16-001, 16-009, 17-001: Sandra S. Padula

  • Co-convener of the "Forward Proton ID Group": Sérgio F. Novaes (2001-2003)

Contact Persons

  • Outer Tracker Contact for the Heavy-ions Data-Taking: César A. Bernardes (2018 Run)

  • Exotica Trigger Validation Contact: Sudha Ahuja (2017-2018)

  • Alignment and Calibration Trigger Contact: Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (2015-2018)

  • Exotica Trigger Contact: Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (2012-2015)

  • AlpGen Montecarlo Contact for CMS: Thiago R. F. P. Tomei (2008-2012)

  • Institute Representative (SPRACE) in the Collaboration Board: Sérgio F. Novaes (since 2004)

  • Link-Persons to CMS Funding Agencies (FAPESP) in the CMS Finance Board: Sérgio F. Novaes (since 2018)

Representatives

  • Member of the CMS Collaboration Board Advisory Group (CBAG): Sérgio F. Novaes (2013-2014)

  • Institutional Representative in the DØ Institutional Board: Sérgio F. Novaes (2006-2011)

  • Member of the DØ Run 2 Editorial Board on Searches for Leptoquarks (EB015): Sérgio F. Novaes (2003-2011)

  • Member of the DØ International Finance Committee: Sérgio F. Novaes (2002-2010)

  • Representative of the Brazilian Consortium with the DØ Institutional Board: Sérgio F. Novaes (2000-2005)

Instrumentation for the CMS Upgrade

The Phase-2 Upgrade of the CMS Tracker

Some Accomplishments

Implementation of the GBT link in the uDTC firmware

The GigaBit Transceiver x (GBTx) is a high-speed Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) designed for operation in high radiation environments, like those experienced in the center of LHC experiments. It provides a large number of electrical serial interfaces (ePorts) through which the other components of a detector front-end can communicate with the back-end electronics. These electrical signals, which can be monodirectional or bidirectional, are multiplexed by the GBTx into a high speed serial link, designed for operation with an optical transceiver, such as the radiation-resistant Versatile TRansceiver x (VTRx) used in our case. The optical connection runs through a pair of fibers and reaches the back-end board, where an optical transceiver is interfaced with a Field-Programmable Grid Array chip, hosting the read-out and control firmware. This firmware has to include a communication layer compatible with the one used by the GBT link protocol, such that data can be exchanged between the FPGA on the back-end board and the GBTx on the front-end module. This communication layer usually includes the GBT-FPGA firmware core developed by CERN. I worked on the integration of this core in the uDTC firmware, and established the correct configuration parameters to guarantee a reliable operation. uDTC is the official firmware used in CMS to develop the data acquisition framework for the tracker and to perform the testing and certification of the detector modules.

Implementation of the SCA slow control protocol in the uDTC firmware

Detector modules host a number of different configurable electronic components. For example, the outer tracker is composed of two types of modules, and each individual module hosts either 16 CBC and 2 CIC chips (2S modules) or 16 SSA, 16 MPA and 2 CIC chips (PS modules), each offering a rich set of configuration parameters, for a total size of many tens of kilobits. All these parameters are programmed using the Inter-Integrated chip Communication bus (I2C). This standard offers an advantage in terms of board resources, since it only requires two wires to be used for communicating with many chips, at the price of a higher complexity in the master circuit, which has to be implemented with special open-collector logic. The Slow Control Adapter (SCA) is a radiation-hard chip designed by CERN that responds to the various management needs of a detector module, like acting as an I2C, SPI or JTAG master, measuring voltages and temperatures, driving its pin in a configurable generic pattern, to name a few. The SCA is used on the current detector module prototypes. I worked on integrating into the uDTC firmware the GBT-SC core, which is used to control the SCA chip on the module, and to establish the configuration procedure to set it up for reliable operation. The setup used to integrate the GBTx control code into the uDTC firmware has also been used in the SCA code integration, as the VLDB card offers an SCA chip to be used for development. The implementation of optical read-out and control in uDTC via the GBTx and SCA chips in the first half of 2019 was a critical step in the commissioning of the module testing toolchain, such that it would be ready for the test beams planned in late 2019 and early 2020.

Full optical operation of the outer tracker modules in the uDTC firmware

The current prototypes for the Phase-2 tracker modules are composed of a service hybrid (SEH), two front-end hybrids (FEHs) and (optionally) a pair of silicon sensors. The SEH is equipped with two DC-DC converters powering the rest of the electronics, a GBTx chip and associated VTRx optical transceiver and an SCA chip to control the read-out chips on the FEHs. Each FEH hosts either 8 CBC or 8 SSA and 8 MPA read-out chips, and one CIC concentrator chip. The read-out chips can be wire-bonded to the silicon sensors so the latter can be read out by their electronics.

The initialization and setup of the whole module is a complex operation reuiring a long series of steps to be followed, namely:

  • Set-up of the external power supply and powering up the module.
  • Establishing the connection between the GBTx and the uDTC firmware.
  • Configuration of the GBTx, to generate clocks for the module and to set up the eLink to the SCA chip and the ones used to read out data from from the FEH.
  • Configuration of the SCA, so it can control the chips on the FEH.
  • Configuration of the read-out chips on the FEH (CBC or SSA/MPA) via the SCA.
  • Configuration of the concentrator chips on the FEH (CIC) via the SCA.
  • Synchronization of the read-out chips with the concentrator ones.
  • Synchronization of the concentrator chips with the GBTx.
  • Synchronization of the concentrator chips with the uDTC firmware.
This setup procedure was developed at SPRACE up to the steps involving the configuration of the SCA chip, and it was then further developed by me and ing. André Cascadan of UNESP during a mission to CERN in May/June 2019 at the Tracker Phase-2 DAQ development laboratory, where we partially assembled a module and prepared it for full remote operation, so it could be operated for tests without requiring the presence of a collaborator in the laboratory. The rest of the procedure was then developed in collaboration with colleagues from DESY and CERN, and it is now being routinely used to test the pre-production modules on the lab bench and in test beams.

Development of an ATCA Intelligent Platform Media Controller firmware

An Intelligent Platform Media Controller (IPMC) is a component of a PICMG Advanced Telecommunication Computing Architecture (ATCA) system. This standard is the one which has been chosen by CMS for the back-end electronic boards for the Phase-2 tracker, due to its support for high power boards, for high-speed backplane communications, and for its wide adoption in the commercial telecommunication industry market. The IPMC firmware has the responsibility to perform the board initialization handshake with the shelf manager controller, has to report to the latter the onboard sensors, their readings (for example, the temperature of the main chips) and the acceptable ranges in which these values can fluctuate. The IPMC is a critical safety component, since it is the device that will power off a board in case it overheats or it is powered at voltages too high or too low to guarantee reliable operation.

The DTC board will need an IPMC, to manage its powering and to monitor its health while it is hosted inside the ATCA shelves in the CMS service cavern. Given the apparent absence of an open-source IPMC firmware solution compatible with the planned architecture for the DTC management chip (a Xilinx Zynq Ultrascale+ EG system on a chip), I organized the development at SPRACE of one such solution starting in late 2018 and currently in progress. The development program sees the participation of SPRACE Instrumentation Laboratory researchers, students from the department of electronic engineering at UNESP FEIS (Ilha Solteira, SP), students from Céntro Universitario FEI (São Bernardo do Campo, SP) and researchers from the Institute of Data Processing of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany).

The open source IPMC solution developed at SPRACE, which has been named OpenIPMC, has already been presented in meetings at CERN and got considerable attention from collaborators in the US and in Europe, as its open source nature eases debugging, customization and porting to other architectures. Currently the firmware is being developed on an Ultra96 development board by AVNET mated to a Pulsar-IIb ATCA board designed by Fermilab. An ATCA demonstrator board with more functions that will serve as an evolution to the current development board is being studied in collaboration with KIT researchers, and a first prototype is expected to be ready in January 2020.

--++++ Timeline of SPRACE Involvement

  1. Jul/2017 : Expression of interest by SPRACE to continue its involvement in the Phase-2 Tracker Upgrade activities.
  2. Oct/2017 : LC joins SPRACE to work on instrumentation, bringing his past experience at RAL working on the TMTT proposal for the CMS Phase-2 Track Finder.
  3. Nov/2017 : SPRACE begins participating to the Tracker Back-end Electronics firmware development efforts in CMS. Developers in São Paulo: LC, AAC, VF.
  4. Feb/2018 : SPRACE takes responsability to develop the FPGA firmware components enabling the optical read-out and control of the future prototype CMS Outer Tracker modules.
  5. Apr/2018 : A pair of CERN FC7 boards is acquired by SPRACE to serve as development platforms for the development of the GBT link in the uDTC firmware.
  6. May/2018 : SPRACE becomes an official member of the Phase-2 Tracker Upgrade project.
  7. Sept/2018 : First successful board-to-board optical communication is established via the GBT link.
  8. Oct/2018 : Beginning of the development of OpenIPMC, an open-source Intelligent Platform Media Controller (IPMC) firmware to be used in the future tracker back-end boards. LAR, AAS, AC and SFS from UNESP FEIS in Ilha Solteira join the effort bringing their experience from the Pulsar-2 IPMC.
  9. Dec/2018 : A Versatile Link Demonstration Board, made available by the CERN CMS Detector Development Group, arrives in São Paulo.
  10. Jan/2019 : BC joins sprace on a Scientific Initiaion project, developing a firmware to measure the latency of the GBT optical link.
  11. Feb/2019 : Successful board-to-ASIC operation of the GBT link, between an FC7 and a VLDB board.
  12. March/2019 : Successful optical operation of the slow control ASIC (GBT-SCA).
  13. May/2019 : BC presents the results of the optical link latency measurement firmware in CMS Phase-2 tracker meetings.
  14. May-June/2019 : First tests of the optical firmware on a newly-arrived SErvice Hybrid (SEH), development of the control scripts for the SEH.
  15. June/2019 : Mating of the SEH to a 2S Front End Hybrid, development of the control scripts for the FEH. First optical readout of data from the module by the EP-CMX-DA group at CERN using our firmware.
  16. Sept/2019 : The first version of OpenIPMC is presented in CMS Phase-2 tracker meetings.

Personnel

  • Luigi Calligaris (LC) – Physicist, FAPESP Young Researcher
  • André Muller Cascadan (AMC) – Engineer, professional at FUNDUNESP
  • Lucas Arruda Ramalho (LAR) – Engineer, professor at UNEMAT
  • Bruno Casu Pereira De Souza (BC) – Engineer, student at FEI
  • Alison Franca Queiroz Da Costa (AC) – Engineer, doctoral student at UNESP
  • Ailton Akira Shinoda (AAS) – Senior Engineer, professor at UNESP
  • Vitor Finotti Ferreira (VF) – Engineer (now at Embraer commercial aircraft)
  • Sthefany Fernandes de Souza (SFS) – Engineer (now at private sector)

The Associative Memory Alternative for the CMS Phase-2 Track Finder

Timeline of SPRACE Involvement

  1. Jun/2014 : SPRACE-Fermilab collaboration kick-off with the visit of AAS, EMG, MVSF and SFN to Ted Liu’s AM+FPGA group.
  2. Oct/2014-Apr/2015 : LAR and TCP worked at Fermilab on the Pulsar II ATCA hardware that was develop at Fermilab. They implemented a control system known as Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI), required by the ATCA Standard. They also implemented the required network and protocols necessary to remotely program the Pulsar 2b FPGA. Both functions were implemented in a micro-controller of the board. Although the team has good experience in the ATCA environment, if necessary, they may be involved in the development of micro-TCA systems. Several Internal Notes were published by them: XVC Service a New IPMC Functionality ( SIN-R 01/2014), Multiple ATCA Shelves Control Topology ( SIN-R 01/2015), and ATCA/IPMI Service A New Pulsar 2b IPMC Functionality ( SIN-R 02/2015).
  3. May/2015 : LAR back to São Paulo is in charge of development of a firmware for the Pulsar IIb FPGA. This firmware, the Data Sourcing System (DSS) emulates a vertical slice of the CMS detector. The system acts as a data sourcing performed by 10 Pulsar IIb Boards and can send 4 Tbps of data stream to emulate real collision events at high luminosity LHC. The firmware developed includes a user interface to provide data samples, synchronization system, and high speed serial link protocols. The work started in Brazil (May/2015-Dec/2015), continued at Fermilab (Jan/2016-Dec/2016) and is been finished now in Brazil.
  4. May/2015-Dec/2015 : SA and CAB did simulation studies and data samples generation from the Outer Tracker. They have studied two frameworks from the two subgroups of the AM+FPGA approach, from Fermilab and from Lyon. These studies were important for our understanding on how to perform the simulations and have a connection with the DSS project, which need these samples as input in a specific format.
  5. Jan/2016-Jun/2016 : SA worked at Fermilab, helping in the production of samples to be used for the data sourcing and the data delivery firmware. They were physics events (single muon, multi muon, TTbar, etc.) converted into binary format files to be read by the data sourcing system. Further a virtual cabling map was also developed. It was optimized (using phi symmetry) to study the stub data rates at different stages of data processing and to achieve load balancing in phi-symmetric regions inside a trigger tower (one vertical slice). This serves as a baseline for future optimizations. Testing of the new Pulsar IIb boards was also performed at Fermilab.
  6. Jun/2016-Dec/2016 : SA and CAB performed dedicated studies involving events with high-pT jets (pT > 100 GeV). These studies were important to understand the performance of the AM+FPGA approach in an environment with high-density of energetic tracks. They have setup a code to generate high-pT jets events using Pythia6 and validated these events using the simulation framework from the Fermilab group. These samples were stored at T2-BR-SPRACE and EOS storages and were used by many people in the group for emulation studies of the AM+FPGA approach in Fermilab.
  7. Jun/2016 : AMC and VF joined SPRACE Instrumentation team.
  8. Jul/2016-Dec/2016 : VF went to Fermilab to take part in the Pulsar IIb boards tests. Besides that, a system using python scripts was developed to automatize hardware tests procedures and the tuning of optical links. Contributions were also made to develop, test and debug the ATCA fullmesh backplane communication.
  9. Jul/2016-Dec/2016 : AMC from Brazil implemented the User Interface of DSS using the IPbus protocol. This was important not only to validate the compatibility of DSS with different protocols, but also to use the IPbus itself, which is a protocol developed and maintained by the CERN community. This makes the DSS more accessible to other projects.
  10. Jan/2017-Mar/2017 : AMC performed the necessary actions to assemble an ATCA setup at SPRACE in São Paulo with a shelf, a switch and two Pulsar IIb boards. The idea is to assemble an infrastructure in Brazil, like the one used by Fermilab, to aid Pulsar board development and make this technology accessible to all researchers and engineers in house.
  11. Since Jan/2017 : AMC and VF are working together to enhance the FPGA optical links integrity while pushing the speed of the communication to the upper limit. They just published an Internal Note on the Influence of clock jitter on Xilinx MGT ( SIN-P 02/2017).

Personnel

  • S. Ahuja (SA) – Physicist
  • C. A. Bernardes (CAB) – Physicist
  • A. M. Cascadan (AMC) – Engineer
  • V. Finotti (VF) – Engineer
  • L. A. Ramalho (LAR) – Engineer
  • A. A. Shinoda (AAS) – Senior Engineer
  • Mario Vaz da Silva Filho (MVSF) – Senior Engineer
  • Thiago Costa de Paiva (TCP) – Engineer

Software Development

The Phase-2 Upgrade of the CMS High-Level Trigger

The CMS Trigger and Data Acquisition (DAQ) System (TriDAS) was designed to inspect the detector information at the full LHC crossing frequency of 40 MHz and to select events at a maximum rate of O(10^2) Hz for archiving and later offline analysis. The required rejection power of O(10^5) is too large to be achieved in a single processing step, if a high efficiency is to be maintained for the physics phenomena CMS studies. For this reason, the full selection task is split into 2 steps. The first step is the Level-1 Trigger (L1T), a synchronous FPGA-based system designed to reduce the rate of events accepted for further processing to less than 100 kHz. The second step is the High-Level Trigger (HLT), an asynchronous software-based suite of algorithms designed to reduce this maximum Level-1 Accept (L1A) rate of 100 kHz to a final output rate of approximately 1 kHz; the algorithms are implemented in the offline CMS software framework (CMSSW) running in commodity CPUs.

The High-Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) is a proposed upgrade of the accelerator, bringing the instantaneous luminosity delivered to experiments to 75 Hz/nb and its centre-of-mass energy to the design value of 14 TeV. Over the proposed operation period of the HL-LHC, from 2026 to 2035, this will entail a twenty-fold increase of the produced data. The total pp collision dataset delivered by the LHC to the general-purpose experiments, including the upgrade era, amounts to 3000 fb^-1 (3 ab^-1) of integrated luminosity. All aspects of the experiments will have to undergo essential improvements, in what is known as the Phase-II upgrade, to maintain good physics performance during the high-luminosity operation. These include both engineering upgrades to the detectors to withstand the increased radiation levels and operational upgrades to address the extraordinary amounts of data produced.

The L1T Technical Design Report is nearing its completion and will be released in the first quarter of 2020. It will be focused on the development of a new L1T that leverages the whole suite of CMS detector upgrades: extended tracker coverage, L1 Track Trigger capabilities, new electronics for the calorimeters, new muon stations. The HLT upgrade will be a part of DAQ Technical Design report and will be focused on demonstrating a path to a Phase-II High Level Trigger Menu that supports the CMS physics program. It will include efficiency, rate and timing considerations and extrapolations to the real Run 4 system; the usage of new technologies, like general-purpose GPUs and machine learning techniques, will play an integral part on the development.

Personnel

  • T. R. F. P. Tomei (TRFPT) – physicist

R&D Associate Projects

Presentations

  1. G. Amadio, J. Apostolakis, M. Bandieramonte, A. Bhattacharyya, C. de P. Bianchini, R. Brun, P. Canal, F. Carminati, L. Duhem, D. Elvira, J. de Fine Licht, A. Gheata, R. L. Iope, S. Y. Jun, H. Kim, G. Lima, A. Mohanty, T. Nikitina, M. Novak, W. Pokorski, R. Seghal, O. Shadura, S. Vallecorsa, S. Wenzel, Code Modernization of High Energy Physics Simulation Software . Intel Collaboration Hub, International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) 2015.
  2. G. Amadio, C. de P. Bianchini, R. L. Iope, S. Vallecorsa, S. Wenzel, Parallelization of HEP Software Tools in the Manycore Era. Poster at Supercomputing Conference 2015 (Caltech Booth).
  3. G. Amadio, et al., GeantV: from CPU to Accelerators, Poster at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016) (To be approved).
  4. G. Amadio, SPRACE Site Report, Presentation at US CMS Tier-2 Facilities Workshop (2015).
  5. Rodrigo Araújo, The International Physics Masterclasses and Particle Physics Workshops as professional development tools for high school teachers in São Paulo, Talk at ICHEP2016: The 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, (2016) (Talk approved by the conference).
  6. Beraldo Leal, Using Kytos SDN platform to enhance international big data transfers, Talk at CHEP2018: The 23rd International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Sofia, Bulgaria (2018) - Slides.

Proceedings

  1. G. Amadio, J. Apostolakis, M. Bandieramonte, *C. Bianchin*i, G. Bitzes, R. Brun, P. Canal, F. Carminati, J. de Fine Licht, L. Duhem, D. Elvira, A. Gheata, S. Y. Jun, G. Lima, M. Novak, M. Presbyterian, O. Shadura, R. Seghal and S. Wenzel, First experience of vectorizing electromagnetic physics models for detector simulation, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 664 (9) 092013 (2015)
  2. G. Amadio, J. Apostolakis, M. Bandieramonte, A. Bhattacharyya, C. Bianchini, R. Brun, P. Canal, F. Carminati, L. Duhem, D. Elvira, J. de Fine Licht, A. Gheata, R. L. Iope, G. Lima, A. Mohanty, T. Nikitina, M. Novak, W. Pokorski, R. Seghal, O. Shadura, S. Vallecorsa and S. Wenzel*, The GeantV project: preparing the future of simulation, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 664 (7) 072006 (2015).
  3. G. Amadio, A. Ananya, J. Apostolakis, A. Aurora, M. Bandieramonte, A. Bhattacharyya, C. Bianchini, R. Brun, P. Canal, F. Carminati, G. Cosmo, L. Duhem, D. Elvira, G. Folger, A. Gheata, M. Gheata, I. Goulas, R. Iope, S. Y. Jun, G. Lima, A. Mohanty, T. Nikitina, M. Novak, W. Pokorski, A. Ribon, R. Seghal O. Shadura, S. Vallecorsa, S. Wenzel, and Y. Zhang, CHEP2016: Performance of GeantV EM Physics Models (Draft)
  4. G.Amadio, J. Apostolakis, M. Bandieramonte, S. P. Behera, R. Brun, P. Canal, F. Carminati, L. Duhem, D. Elvira, A. Gheata, M. Gheata, I. Goulas, F. Hariri, S. Y. Jun, H. Kumawat, G. Lima, T. Nikitina, M. Novak, W. Pokorski, A. Ribon, R. Seghal, O. Shadura, S. Vallecorsa and S. Wenzel CHEP2016: Stochastic optimization of GeantV code by use of genetic algorithms (Draft)

Services to the Collaborations

CMS Collaboration

  1. AlpGen Production Leader, Thiago Tomei and after Flavia Dias were responsible for the production of AlpGen Monte Carlo samples for the whole collaboration.!AlpGen is a code based on FORTRAN77, used to calculate the matrix elements of 2 → N processes, which is then combined with general purposes Monte Carlo softwares, such as PYTHIA or HERWIG, for the events to undergo hadronization and parton shower. The final events describe accurately some processes observed at the LHC. Due to the software architecture, the AlpGen execution in a computational cluster is a hard task. The service work includes the integration and support of the generator into the CMSSW software, and the collaboration-wide sample production. The Standard Model samples produced include W+jets, Z+jets, ttbar+jets, QCD multijets, W/Z+heavy quarks+jets, γ+jets, totalizing about 2 billion events for each production era taken part on.
  2. EXOTICA Trigger Contact for the Upgrade, Thiago Tomei has become the first to assume the position of EXOTICA Trigger Contact for the upgrade. The position aims to take a long view and work together with the Trigger Studies Group to ensure the evolution of the current EXOTICA demands to those foreseen to surface after the Phase 1 (LS2) and Phase 2 (LS3) upgrades. His primary charge will be to aid in the development of the triggers for the upgrade, but there is wide-open territory to explore different aspects from upgrade detector design to the trigger impact on various physics models.
  3. Trigger Validation, Flavia Dias is responsible for the trigger validation for SUSY related paths. The trigger system is responsible to decide which events in the hadronic collisions are relevant and should be recorded and stored in the Tier0, to be further processed, reconstructed and made available for analysis by the collaboration members. The decision is based in kinematic characteristics of physics objects (lepton, jets, Emiss, etc) to separate events with high momentum final states from ordinary QCD events. The trigger validation purpose is to assure the proper performance of the trigger system in order to avoid losses of interesting events during the collision data taking. The validation consists of the comparison, for each CMSSW release, of the global efficiency (the ratio of selected events over the total number of simulated events) of each trigger path in the list, using Monte Carlo samples of signal events in the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model. Besides the validation reports and discussion of the problematic paths, I also develop and restructure the employed software, to adequate it to the trigger menu for high instantaneous luminosity collisions. In 2013 this service work is in charge of Jose Ruiz.
  4. CMS Data Analysis School, Flavia Dias was a tutor in 2012 edition. The CMS Data Analysis School takes place every year at the LHC Physics Center at Fermilab. It is a workshop which enables CMS physicists beginning analysis to easily join an ongoing analysis in a productive way, by teaching the methods and software framework through a series of tutorials, supervised by more experienced members of the collaboration. Besides learning, the students also develop their own analyzers, in order to be able to tackle more realistic problems at the tutorial sessions, with a “hands-on” emphasis. Flavia tutored the group in the “Search for new W′ bosons” long exercise, leading the students to get to run a state-of-the-art search for new physics with the full collision dataset. The participation as a tutor in this event is considered important inside the collaboration and formally counts as a service work activity.
  5. Trigger Shifts, Flavia Dias took part on the trigger system shifts on CMS collaboration on 2012, for 21 turns of 8 hours. The LHC experiments run 24 hours a day for almost the full year. For this schedule to be possible, every experimental aspect needs monitoring, from the detectors subsystems to the functioning of the computing system. This monitoring is done by the members of the experiment, in a shift schedule. Flavia took part on the CMS “trigger shifts”, having as duty to assure the proper performance of both the Level-1 and the High-Level-Trigger systems during data-taking. Thiago Tomei took part on 2015 shifts, taking 23 turns of 8 hours.
  6. Detector On-Call, Thiago Tomei acted for 2 weeks of Detector On-Call (DOC) for the High-Level Trigger System during 2015. As HLT-DOC, his responsibilities include testing, deploying and monitoring the HLT menus to be used for data taking; he liaisons with the Shift Leader, the Run Field Manager and the Trigger Studies group to make sure that the CMS Data Acquistion runs smoothly when the LHC delivers stable beams.
  7. Centrality Calculation for Heavy Ion, Sunil M. Dogra is responsible for "Centrality Calculation for Heavy Ion Collisions". In the LHC collider inelastic collisions between two random heavy ions can occur over the whole range of very peripheral collisions, where only a few nucleons at the edge of each heavy ion interact, to head-on collisions, where many nucleons in both heavy ions interact. Such inelastic collisions will have a specific "geometrical” overlap that can be characterized by approximating the heavy ions as hard spheres. Each specific collision can be envisioned as two spheres colliding with their respective centers separated by some distance, b, which we call the impact parameter. In actual experiments its impossible to measure "b". Models are required to make a connection between the experimentally defined “percent centrality” classes and various quantities of interest which are more specifically related to the geometry of the collision. In relativistic heavy ions often adopts the so-called Glauber model to make such connections. The quantities of interest include, for example, the impact paramter b, the number of nuclei that participate in the collision Npart, or the number of collisions the individual nucleons undergo, Ncoll.
  8. Heavy Ion DQM Contact person 2015 (Sunil M. Dogra): Another service pledged is the Data Quality Monitoring (DQM) for Centrality observables. A new offline package for Centrality DQM in the CMSSW framework was developed and is being used for the validation of the Centrality observables for each CMSSW release.
  9. Tag&Probe for Muons, Cesar Bernardes and Angelo Santos are currently working in Tag and Probe efficiencies calculations for muons with high pT. The Tag and Probe is a Data-Driven method to evaluate selection efficiencies for objects, e.g. electrons and muons. They use a dedicated tool developed by Muon POG in the CMS collaboration to perform these studies.

DØ Collaboration

  1. Muon Software Expert, Angelo Santos developed an algorithm to correct Monte Carlos samples of muons used for many analyzers in the DØ collaboration. A particle traveling through the detector is sensitive to effects of matter interactions, being affected by the magnetic field and the alignment of the detector. The reconstruction of the muon pattern and momentum are not properly modeled by simulation. A software was created to compute scale factors and correct the muon transverse momentum. The algorithm consists of comparing dimoun invariant mass distributions and extract parameters from the best fit between data and Monte Carlo. As an expert of the Muon Software, Angelo Santos provided scale factors correspondent to eleven different combinations of events from data and simulations during two years.
  2. Data Acquisition Shifts, Angelo Santos took part on the Data Acquisition Shifts on DØ collaboration for 42 turns of 8 hours. The DØ detector shut down, but when active, it runs during 24 hours taking data from proton-antiproton collisions in the center of the detector, being important to monitor each component and assure a proper performance of all subsystems during data-taking. As a Data Acquisition Shifter, Angelo Santos was responsible for monitoring the data flow through all three level of triggers and guarantee a correct recording of data.

Experimental Physics Responsibility (EPR)

Computing: Processing and Storage

SPRACE in the Press

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