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RingbergIDSW2008

Introduction

Agenda for the ID SW Workshop 14.-18. April 2008, castle Ringberg

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Agenda

Monday

afternoon

Experience from Running Experiments (All)

Time Title Speaker
30 Experience from CDF Tobias Golling
30 Beam Spot Determination at CDF and D0 Juerg Beringer

Running the Detector (Christian Schmitt)

Time Title Speaker
30 Cosmic Reconstruction chaind and lessons/results from M6 Thijs Cornelissen
30 ID Monitoring (Pixel,SCT,TRT,Global): purpose, implementation and resource usage Heidi Sandaker
45 Status of IDSW project, releases, milestones M. Elsing

Tuesday

morning

Tracking

Time Title Speaker
30 G4 and FATRAS fast simulation A. Salzburger
40 ID Trigger SW status and plans for first data J. Masik
20 Bytestream conversion for L2, EF and offline A.Andreazza for P. Keener
30 Usage of conditions to cope with real data S. Roe
40 Readiness and plans for NewTracking, EDM and tracking tools A. Wildauer, A. Salzburger
30 Optimization of Track fitting and brem recovery W. Liebig
30 Backtracking, VO and conversions, usage in combined reconstruction T. Koffas

afternoon

Vertex Reconstruction

10 Introduction K. Prokofiev
45 Overview of Vertexing EDM and Tools in Release 14 A.Wildauer
45 Topological Vertex Finding Strategies G.Piacquadio
45 Towards EDM and Framework for Constraint Fitting K.Prokofiev
30 (to be confirmed) Kinematic fitting and AOD particle EDM D.Froidevaux
30 (to be confirmed) Counting Primary Vertices in a Bunch crossing  

Wednesday

morning

Alignment and offline Calibration

Time Title Speaker
45 Review of the alignment algorithms and plans for data taking Salva
20 ID Calibration (SCT, TRT and interplay with alignment) Christian Schmitt
15 Pixel Calibration and Module bow Attillio
30 Status and Plans of the FSI Stephen Gibson
15 Reference Frame for ID Alignment Pawel
20 Status of Survey measurements: availability, cross-check and database Pawel
15 Material description Mauro
20 Beam spot studies Juerg Beringer
20 Alignment of the ID using Cosmic Ray Data Regina
15 Cosmic Data during data taking; required data for alignment Thomas Loddenkoetter
20 alignment with minimum bias events and beam halo events Jochen

afternoon

Time Title Speaker
20 Systematic studies and communication with performance studies Tobias Goettfert
15 Combined Muon ID Alignment Oliver Kortner
20 Status of Monitoring (Plans for validation, shortcomings, weak modes,...) Tobias , Ben
20 Computing needs & requirements for the Alignment (status, technical implementation) Vincente

Thursday

Peformance (Stephen)

Time Session Speaker
9.00 Introduction Stephen Haywood
9.10 Trigger Jiri Masik
  Combined Performance  
9.40 e/gamma (E/p) Marc Goulette
10.05 e/gamma (Conv) Mauro Donega
10.30 Coffee  
11.00 Muons Wolfgang Liebig
11.30 Tau Elzbieta Richter-Was - TBC
12.00 b-tagging Laurent Vacavant
12.30 Lunch  
  Physics  
14.00 Minimum Bias Will Bell
14.30 B-Physics Vato Kartvelishvili
15.00 Top Grant Gorfine - TBC
15.30 Coffee  
16.00 Discussion  
16.00 Electroweak  
16.10 Further Discussion  
18.00 End  

Friday

morning

Summary & Conclusion

Time Title Speaker
30 Towards first collisions (Cosmics, Beam Halo, Beam Gas) Heinz Pernegger
30 Alignment during the first 100 days of data taking Jochen
30 ID Plans and Status for FDR II (Alignment, Calibration, etc) Muge
45 Wrap up talk of the Workshop  


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