Aachen 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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T: Fachverband Teilchenphysik

T 42: Experimentelle Methoden I

Dienstag, 26. März 2019, 16:00–18:35, ST 1

16:00 T 42.1 Gruppenbericht: Track reconstruction for the Mu3e experiment — •Alexandr Kozlinskiy for the Mu3e collaboration
16:20 T 42.2 Selective background Monte Carlo simulation at Belle II — •James Kahn and Thomas Kuhr
16:35 T 42.3 New formulas to handle uncertainty from limited Monte Carlo statistics — •Thorsten Glüsenkamp for the IceCube collaboration
16:50 T 42.4 BAT.jl - A new toolkit for Bayesian analysis — •Cornelius Grunwald, Kevin Kröninger, and Salvatore La Cagnina
17:05 T 42.5 Pileup mitigation with Constituent Subtraction — •Peter Berta and Lucia Masetti
17:20 T 42.6 What can High Energy Physics Tracking learn from 1990s computer graphics? — •Paul Gessinger, Andreas Salzburger, and Stefan Tapprogge
17:35 T 42.7 3D Track Finding in the Preprocessing of the Belle II L1 Neural Network z-Vertex Trigger — •Sebastian Skambraks, Christian Kiesling, Sara McCarney, and Felix Meggendorfer for the Belle 2 collaboration
17:50 T 42.8 Highly performant, deep neural networks with sub-microsecond latency for trigger FPGAs — •Noel Nottbeck, Volker Büscher, and Christian Schmitt
18:05 T 42.9 First Level Neural Network z-Trigger Optimization and Implementation in the Drift Chamber of the Belle II Experiment — •Sara McCarney, Christian Kiesling, Felix Meggendorfer, and Sebastian Skambraks
18:20 T 42.10 Data Quality Monitoring for the Neural Network z-Trigger in the Drift Chamber at the Belle-II Experiment — •Felix Meggendorfer, Sebastian Skambraks, Sara McCarney, and Christian Kiesling for the Belle 2 collaboration
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