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Séminaires doctorants 2ème année - Session 3

Europe/Paris
100/-1-A900 - Auditorium Joliot Curie (IJCLab)

100/-1-A900 - Auditorium Joliot Curie

IJCLab

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Séminaires doctorants CAT
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94150542639
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nicolas morange
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Yasmine Amhis
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    • 2:00 PM 2:20 PM
      Background studies for the CROSS, CUPID-Mo and CUPID neutrinoless double beta decay experiments 20m
      Speaker: Léonard Imbert
    • 2:20 PM 2:40 PM
      Contribution to the construction of the pixel detector of the ATLAS experiment for the HL-LHC 20m
      Speaker: Yahya Khwaira (IJC LAB - Laboratoire de Physique des 2 Infinis Irène Joliot Curie)
    • 2:40 PM 3:00 PM
      Measurement of the Higgs couplings using diphoton channel with ATLAS full Run 2 data 20m
      Speaker: Oleksii Lukianchuk (IJCLab)
    • 3:00 PM 3:20 PM
      Off-shell Higgs into 4 leptons using EFTs and Simulation-Based Inference & electron tracking in ATLAS (ITk) 20m

      The discovery of the Higgs was first made in the Higgs-to-4-lepton (H4l) decay channel, almost 10
      years ago. Yet, new possibilities of analysis are still available in this channel. They lay beyond
      the on-shell data by studying the off-shell Higgs, defined as having a centre-of-mass energy above
      220 GeV. In particular, we shall use the framework of EFTs (Effective Field Theory) which aims to
      better understand the deviations of data relative to the Standard Model. The goal is to generate
      trustworthy Monte-Carlo samples for the relevant EFT operators in order to fit data and measure the
      Wilson coefficients for those operators. In this work so far, we have focused on the Monte-Carlo
      generation process in order to compare and validate several software versions.
      The process of linking experimental data back to the theory parameters is called inference, using a
      function called the likelihood. The complexity of this problem of HEP is such that the likelihood
      cannot be calculated analytically: this problem is intractable. Simulation-based inference is a
      promising method to extract the most information possible from the available data.

      At the future HL-LHC, the ITk (Inner Tracker) is scheduled to replace and upgrade the current Inner
      Detector. The ATLAS tracking software was reworked into an experiment-independent software
      collaboration called ACTS (A Common Tracking Software), with the idea of future implementation of
      multi-threading and Machine Learning. The ACTS is therefore being reintegrated into the Athena,
      ATLAS’ software framework. Tracking is particularly challenging for the electron because of
      increased brehmstrallung, as the particle loses energy as it progresses in the tracker. The Gaussian
      Sum Filter (GSF) fitter, which exists in the ATLAS software, is being implemented and optimized into
      ACTS. The GSF fitter from ACTS must therefore be validated and compared to the reference track
      fitting algorithm in ACTS (called the CKF) and to the existing GSF fitter from ATLAS.

      Speaker: Arnaud Maury (IJCLab)
    • 3:20 PM 3:40 PM
      Pause café 20m
    • 3:40 PM 4:00 PM
      Charmonium production as a function of charged- particle multiplicity with the ALICE experiment at the LHC 20m
      Speaker: Theraa TORK (IJCLab)
    • 4:00 PM 4:20 PM
      Vidya Sagar Vobbilisetti - Search for $B^+ \to K^+ \tau^+ \tau^-$ at Belle II 20m
      Speaker: Vidya Sagar VOBBILISETTI (This is the correct one)
    • 4:20 PM 4:40 PM
      Felicia Carolin Volle - Angular analysis of $\Lambda_b \to \Lambda(1520) \mu^+ \mu^-$ 20m
      Speaker: Felicia Volle
    • 4:40 PM 5:00 PM
      Volume de relaxation des défauts cristallins dans le fer 20m
      Speaker: Mohamed El Bakouri El Haddaji
    • 5:00 PM 5:20 PM
      Sami Habet 20m
      Speaker: Sami HABET (IJCLab)

      Polarized and unpolarized positron beams are essential for the future hadronic physics experimental program at the
      Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab). The main challenge is to produce high duty-cycle, and high intensity polarized positron beams. The JLab positron source uses the Polarized Electrons for Polarized Positrons (PEPPo) technique to create either a low intensity, high polarization positron beam (I > 100 nA, P=60%) or a high-intensity unpolarized positron beam (I > 3 μA ), from an intense highly polarized electron beam (I=1 mA, P=90%). The current design involves a new injector dedicated to positron production, collection, and shaping suitable for acceleration through the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF). The optimization of the layout and the performance of the positron source will be explored in this presentation.