# ATLAS Event Displays from CONF notes

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## 2010

##### Performance of the ATLAS Secondary Vertex b-tagging Algorithm in 900 GeV Collision Data (ATLAS-CONF-2010-004, 8 March 2010)
 Figure 7:Event display of a b-jet candidate event. Only tracks in the barrel region with p_T > 500 MeV are displayed. The detector elements shown are the three barrel layers of the Pixel detector. eps, 666kBpng, 307kB

##### Performance of the Electron and Photon Trigger in p-p Collisions at sqrt(s) = 900 GeV (ATLAS-CONF-2010-022, 20 April 2010)
 Figure 9:Example of an electron candidate passing the medium offline selections as seen by the L2 algorithms. The particle deposits its energy in the first and second EM layer and the reconstructed IdScan track points straight at the cluster. In addition on the right side, the transverse energy of the L1 trigger towers are shown. eps, 1501kBpng, 291kB

##### Search for top pair candidate events in ATLAS at sqrt(s)=7 TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2010-063, 21 July 2010)
 Figure 8:Event display of the electron plus jets candidate LJ2. The electron is shown as the orange downward-pointing track associated to the green cluster, and as the green tower in the eta-phi lego plot. The direction of the missing transverse energy is shown as the dotted line in the r-phi view. png, 483kB Figure 9:Event display of the ee dilepton candidate DL1. The electrons are shown as the two upward-pointing orange and green tracks. png, 377kB Figure 10:Event display of the e-mu dilepton candidate DL2. The isolated muon track is shown in red, the isolated electron is shown as a green track pointing to a green cluster. The b-tagged jet is marked as a blue circle in the eta-phi lego plot. The direction of the missing transverse energy is shown as a dashed line in the eta-phi lego plot. png, 216kB

##### Early supersymmetry searches in channels with jets and missing transverse momentum with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2010-065, 20 July 2010)
 Figure 14:Event display of the collision (run number 158116, event number 5513627) which has m_eff of about 1.5 TeV when only the the leading three jets are included in the scalar sum increasing to about 1.65 TeV if all four high-energy jets are included. The size of the missing transverse momentum is about 100 GeV. The missing transverse momentum vector lies within the radius of a jet with a secondary vertex tag. All of the high energy jets are associated with the same primary vertex. png, 1131kB

##### Early supersymmetry searches with jets, missing transverse momentum and one or more leptons with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2010-066, 20 July 2010)
 Figure 9:Event display of the collision (run number 155569, event number 5091167) with m_eff of 915 GeV when only the leading two jets are included in the scalar sum increasing to 1156 GeV if all jets are included. There are a total of 145 tracks associated with the primary vertex; no second vertex is reconstructed. The missing transverse momentum is 118 GeV. There is one well isolated positively charged muon with p_T of 25 GeV, and eta=2.33. That muon is cleanly selected with 11 hits on the monitored drift tubes, 6 on the cathode strip chambers, 5 pixel hits and 8 silicon strip hits. png, 579kB

##### Early supersymmetry searches in events with missing transverse energy and b-jets with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2010-079, 20 August 2010)
 Figure 14:Transverse (top left), longitudinal (bottom) and lego plot (top right) views of the event EV1 (see Table in the text), with 3 b-tagged jets. The energy deposited in the electromagnetic (hadronic) calorimeter is shown in green (red). The direction of the ETmiss is along the dotted red line. Same colour is applied to all the tracks associated to a particular jet. Muon segments are also shown. eps, 4374kBpng, 299kB Figure 15:Transverse (top left), longitudinal (bottom) and lego plot (top right) views of the event EV2 (see Table in the text), with 1 b-tagged jet and an isolated electron candidate. The energy deposited in the electromagnetic (hadronic) calorimeter is shown in green (red). The direction of the ETmiss is along the dotted red line. Same colour is applied to all the tracks associated to a particular jet. Muon segments are also shown. eps, 4039kBpng, 266kB

## 2011

##### Measurement of the W+ W-; production cross section in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-015, 9 March 2011)
 Figure 8:Event display of a WW candidate event in the emu final state.png, 2167kB Figure 9:Event display of a WW candidate event in the ee final state.png, 875kB Figure 10:Event display of a WW candidate event in the mumu final state.png, 1076kB

##### Measurement of multi-jet cross-sections in proton-proton collisions at 7 TeV center-of-mass energy (ATLAS-CONF-2011-043, 18 March 2011)
 Figure 3:Event display of a six-jet event satisfying the analysis requirements. The towers in the bottom right figure represent transverse energy deposited in the calorimeter projected on a grid of eta and phi. eps, 5175kBpng, 1063kB

##### A Search for Randall-Sundrum Gravitons Decaying to Photon Pairs in bs = 7 TeV pp Collisions (ATLAS-CONF-2011-044, 21 March 2011)
 Figure 5:An event display of the highest invariant mass diphoton event in which both candidate photons satisfy the more stringent photon identification cuts. The highest transverse momentum photon has pT = 194 GeV and (eta, phi) = (-1.32,-0.44). The trailing photon has pT = 173 GeV and (eta, phi)= (1.10,2.82). The diphoton invariant mass is equal to 679 GeV. eps, 3426kBpng, 399kB

##### Measurement of inclusive jet and dijet cross sections in proton-proton collision data at 7 TeV centre-of-mass energy using the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-047, 20 March 2011)
 Figure 28:Event display of Run 167607, Event 63115223. This shows the highest-pT jet collected during 2010, which has pT of 1.5 TeV. The two leading jets are central high-pT jets with an invariant mass of 2.8 TeV. They have (pT, y) of (1.5 TeV, -0.58) and (1.0 TeV, 0.44), respectively. The missing ET in the event is 310 GeV. png, 1397kB Figure 29:Event display of Run 167607, Event 36526763. This shows one of the highest-energy jets collected during 2010, which is a jet in the FCal with energy of 3.37 TeV. This jet has pT of 120 GeV and y = -4.0. The energy that its constituent clusters deposit into each of the three FCal layers is shown at the top of the figure. The boundaries of the FCal at approximately +/-450 mm and +/-100 mm correspond to |eta| = 3.1 and |eta| = 4.9, respectively. png, 518kB Figure 30:Event display of Run 167607, Event 40296085. This shows the highest-mass central dijet event collected during 2010, where the two leading jets have an invariant mass of 3.1 TeV. The two leading jets have (pT, y) of (1.3 TeV, -0.68) and (1.2 TeV, 0.64), respectively. The missing ET in the event is 46 GeV. png, 1302kB Figure 31:Event display of Run 167607, Event 9435121. This shows the highest-mass dijet event collected during 2010, where the two leading jets in a forward-backward dijet system produce an invariant mass of 4.0 TeV. The two leading jets have (pT, y) of (510 GeV, -1.9) and (510 GeV, 2.2), respectively. The missing ET in the event is 31 GeV. png, 1271kB

##### A Search for New High-Mass Phenomena Producing Top Quarks with the ATLAS Experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2011-070, 6 May 2011)
 Figure 6:Event display for a high-mass event ($m_{t\bar{t}} = 714$ GeV.) The main panel on the left shows the $r-\phi$ view (i.e. looking along the beam axis), and the top right panel is the $\eta-\phi$ view. The top quark boosts lead the decay products to be collimated, albeit still distinguishable using standard reconstruction algorithms. png, 342kB

##### Measurement of Jet Mass and Substructure for Inclusive Jets in sqrt(s) = 7 TeV pp Collisions with the ATLAS Experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2011-073, 20 May 2011)
 Figure 20:Event 34533931 of Run 166658. Brief description: leptonic top candidate formed by high pT electron (145 GeV, 11 o’clock), moderate Emiss (1 o’clock), and the b-tagged jet at 12 o’clock. When reclustered with R = 1.0 it acquires a large pT , mass and 1 → 2 splitting scale as it absorbs the electron. Three jets between 4 and 6 o’clock are identified with the hadronic top quark. When reclustered with R = 1.0 the three jets merge into a single jet with mj = 197 GeV, sqrt(d12) = 110, sqrt(d23) = 40. Legend: jets indicated in red correspond to R = 0.4, jets in green to R = 1.0. png, 365kB Figure 21:Event 106929590 of run 167576. Brief description: The leptonic top candidate is formed by the isolated muon at 2 o’clock, the Emiss separated by ∆φ = 0.27 rad and the b-tagged jet at 1 o’clock. A second muon reconstructed inside this jet corroborates the heavy flavour hypothesis. In the opposite φ hemisphere, between 7 and 8 o’clock, three jets are reconstructed with R = 0.4. The picture does not change with R = 0.6, but with R = 1.0 the three jets merge to form a single jet with a mass of 225 GeV. Legend: jets indicated in red correspond to R = 0.4, jets in green to R = 1.0. png, 367kB

##### Update of the Search for New Physics in the Dijet Mass Distribution in 163 pb^-1 of pp Collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV Measured with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-081, 1 June 2011)
 Figure 6:The highest mass event passing our event selection. The dijet mass is 4040 GeV while the leading jets have (pT, eta, phi, color) of (1850 GeV, 0.32, 2.2, red) and (1840 GeV, -0.53, -0.92, green). eps, 6235kBpng, 400kB Figure 7:A high mass dijet event, with dijet mass 3360 GeV and leading jets with (pT, eta, phi, color) of (1640 GeV, 0.04, -2.7, green) and (1600 GeV, -0.35, 0.56, red). eps, 6235kBpng, 428kB Figure 8:A high mass dijet event, with dijet mass 3350 GeV and leading jets with (pT, eta, phi, color) of (1800 GeV, -0.51, -0.85, red) and (1470 GeV, -0.05, 2.4, green). eps, 6235kBpng, 394kB Figure 9:A high mass dijet event, with dijet mass 3320 GeV and leading jets with (pT, eta, phi, color) of (1590 GeV, -0.39, 0.31, red) and (1180 GeV, 0.88, -2.70, green). eps, 6235kBpng, 383kB

##### Search for high-mass states with one muon plus missing transverse momentum in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s)= 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-082, 2 June 2011)
 Figure 2:Highest-mT event (mT = 1350 GeV) observed in data. Side (top left), end (top right) and three-dimensional (bottom left) views are shown. The muon (blue) has pT = 695 GeV and the missing ET (green) is 680 GeV. The recoiling jet has pT = 330 GeV. The bottom right detail shows the muon has all the expected hits. eps, 1155kBpng, 1108kB

##### Search for high-mass dilepton resonances in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2011-083, 2 June 2011)
 Figure 14:This event display is for the highest invariant mass dimuon event. The highest momentum muon has a pT of 270 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (1.56, 1.30). The subleading muon has a pT of 232 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (-0.09, -1.82). The invariant mass of the pair is 680 GeV. eps, 5419kBpng, 926kB Figure 15:This event display is for the highest invariant mass dielectron event. The highest energy electron has an ET of 390 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (-1.02, 0.86). The subleading electron has an ET of 388 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (0.19, -2.44). The invariant mass of the pair is 920 GeV. The event also contains a photon candidate with an ET of 36.5 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (-1.21, -0.82). eps, 4284kBpng, 843kB

##### Search for squarks and gluinos using final states with jets and missing transverse momentum with the ATLAS detector in sqrt(s)=7TeV proton-proton collisions (ATLAS-CONF-2011-086, 3 June 2011)
 Figure 9:A display of the reconstructed event with the highest meff found in the data sample used for this note. This event possesses four jets with pt > 40 GeV (pt = 636, 189, 96 and 81 GeV respectively), met = 547 GeV and meff =1548 GeV (calculated using the leading four jets).eps, 5935kBpng, 1781kB

##### A Search for $t\bar{t}$ Resonances in the Lepton Plus Jets Channel using 200 pb$^{-1}$ of $pp$ Collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 7$ TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2011-087, 5 June 2011)
 Figure 5:Event display for a high-mass event ($m_{t\bar{t}} = 1602$ GeV). The main panel on the top left shows the $r-\phi$ view, the bottom panel the $r-z$ view, and the middle right panel the calorimeter $\eta-\phi$ view.The top quark boosts lead the decay products to be collimated, albeit still mostly distinguishable using standard reconstruction algorithms. png, 602kB

##### Search for New Phenomena in Monojet plus Missing Transverse Momentum Final States using 1 fb-1 of pp Collisions at sqrt(s)=7 TeV with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-096, 18 July 2011)
 Figure 8:Event display for one of the monojet candidates in the data. The event has a jet with pt = 602 GeV at eta = -1 and phi = 2.6, MET = 523 GeV, and no additional jet with ptjet > 30 GeV in the final state. eps, 2999kBpng, 1467kB

##### Measurement of the t-channel Single Top-Quark Production Cross Section in 0.70fb-1 of pp Collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-101, 20 July 2011)
 Figure 10:Event display of an electron event with a high NN output value. The electron is shown in red, the b-tagged jet is in blue, the light quark jet is in yellow. ETmiss is indicated by the dashed line in the x-y projection (upper right). The light quark jet is in the forward calorimeter and doesn't appear in the x-y projection.eps, 1477kBpng, 1389kB

##### Measurement of the ZZ Production Cross Section in Proton-Proton Collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-107, 21 July 2011)
Figure 1:
Event display of the ZZ->eeee candidate event (RunNumber 183216, Event Number 75692579). One Z candidate has a mass of 85.8 GeV and a pt of 27.2 GeV; it is formed by two electrons (in red) with {pt, eta, phi} of {56.0 GeV, -1.96, -2.14 rad} and {34.0 GeV, -1.97, 1.37 rad}, respectively. The other Z candidate has a mass of 111.2 GeV and a pt of 22.8 GeV; it is formed by two electrons (in green) with {pt, eta, phi} of {42.1 GeV, -1.31, 0.30 rad} and {23.5 GeV, 1.05, 3.02 rad}, respectively. The four lepton system has a mass of 270.9 GeV and a pt of 6.7 GeV. Inner detector tracks with a transverse momentum pt larger than 1 GeV are displayed as blue helices.
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Figure 2:
Event display of a ZZ->mumumumu candidate event (Run Number 183003, Event Number 121099951). One Z candidate has a mass of 84.4 GeV and a pt of 196.0 GeV, and it is formed by two muons (in red) with {pt, eta, phi} of {150.2 GeV, 0.55, 0.84 rad} and {47.1 GeV, 1.48, 0.56 rad}, respectively. The other Z candidate has a mass of 100.0 GeV and a pt of 403.4 GeV and it is formed by two muons (in green) with {pt, eta, phi} of {317.0 GeV, 0.63, -2.62 rad} and {90.4 GeV, 0.14, -2.28 rad}, respectively. The four lepton system has a mass of 597.0 GeV and a pt of 213.2 GeV. Inner detector tracks with a transverse momentum pt larger than 1 GeV are displayed as blue helices.
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Figure 3:
Three dimensional event display of a ZZ->mumumumu candidate event (Run Number 183003, Event Number 121099951). One Z candidate has a mass of 84.4 GeV and a pt of 196.0 GeV, and it is formed by two muons with {pt, eta, phi} of {150.2 GeV, 0.55, 0.84 rad} and {47.1 GeV, 1.48, 0.56 rad}, respectively. The other Z candidate has a mass of 100.0 GeV and a pt of 403.4 GeV and it is formed by two muons with {pt, eta, phi} of {317.0 GeV, 0.63, -2.62 rad} and {90.4 GeV, 0.14, -2.28 rad}, respectively. The four lepton system has a mass of 597.0 GeV and a pt of 213.2 GeV. Inner detector tracks with a transverse momentum pt larger than 1 GeV are displayed as blue helices.
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Figure 4:
Event display of a ZZ->eemumu candidate event (Run Number 182747, Event Number 63217197). One Z candidate has a mass of 85.9 GeV and a pt of 30.8 GeV and it is formed by two muons (in red) with {pt, eta, phi} of {44.9 GeV, 0.11, 0.69 rad} and {44.5 GeV, 0.53, -1.75 rad}, respectively. The other Z candidate has a mass of 85.5 GeV and a pt of 29.3 GeV, and it is formed by two electrons (in green) with {pt, eta, phi} of {39.6 GeV, 0.95, 1.19 rad} and {42.2 GeV, 1.85, -2.68 rad}, respectively. The four lepton system has a mass of 209.5 GeV and a pt of 4.6 GeV. Inner detector tracks with a transverse momentum pt larger than 1 GeV are displayed as blue helices.
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##### Search for a heavy neutral particle decaying into an electron and a muon pair with intLdt=0.87fb-1 in pp collisions at sqrts=7TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-109, 19 July 2011)
Figure 6:
Event display for run 179804 event 71334854, the emu pair in this event gives the highest invariant mass. In this event, electron pT=341 GeV, eta=-1.17, phi=0.91; muon pT=216 GeV, eta=0.14, phi=-2.36; m_emu=662 GeV, dphi_emu=3.02 and MET=132 GeV. There is no jet with pT>30 GeV in this event.
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##### Search for heavy Majorana neutrino and W_R in dilepton plus jets events with the ATLAS detector in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 7TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2011-115, 2 August 2011)
 Figure 9:Event display of the highest $M_{llj}$ event in the OS dimuon channel. The highest momentum muon has a $p_T$ of 192~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(-0.62,-2.81)$. The subleading muon has a $p_T$ of 28~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(0.43,0.59)$. The jet has $p_T$ of 288~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(0.40,0.57)$. The dimuon invariant mass is 218~\GeV, $M_{llj}=586$~\GeV\ and $S_{T}=509$~\GeV. eps, 960kBpng, 435kB Figure 10:Event display of the highest $M_{lljj}$ event in the OS dielectron channel. The highest energy electron has an $E_T$ of 301~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(-0.78,1.40)$. The subleading electron has an $E_T$ of 266~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(0.18,-0.96)$. The highest energy jet has $p_T$ of 118~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(-0.66,-2.74)$. The subleading jet has $p_T$ of 50~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(0.14,3.12)$. The dielectron invariant mass is 696~\GeV, $M_{lljj}=815$~\GeV\ and $S_{T}=739$~\GeV. eps, 1127kBpng, 404kB Figure 11:Event display of a SS dilepton candidate. The electron has an $E_T$ of 273~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(-1.28,0.28)$. The presence of a close-by track near the electron track makes it a good candidate for a charge-flip reconstructed electron due to a hard bremsstrahlung. The subleading muon has a $p_T$ of 63~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(0.36,3.12)$. The jet has $p_T$ of 159~\GeV\ and an $(\eta,\phi)$ of $(-1.39,2.88)$. The dilepton invariant mass is 353~\GeV\ and $M_{llj}=582$~\GeV. eps, 823kBpng, 343kB

##### A Search for ttbar Resonances in the Dilepton Channel in 1.04 fb-1 of pp Collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2011-123, 20 August 2011)
 Figure 17:Event display of an event with high HT + ETmiss. The highest energy electron has an Et of 104 GeV, the subleading electron an Et of 35 GeV. The highest energy jet has an Et of 526 GeV, the subleading jet an Et of 339 GeV. The HT + ETmiss is 1226 GeV of which 222 GeV originates from ETmiss. eps, 3748kBpng, 1171kB

##### Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the decay channel H to ZZ to llll with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2011-131, 21 August 2011)
 Figure 5:Event display of a $4e$ candidate event with $m_{4l}=270.1\;\gev$. The masses of the lepton pairs are $85.0$ and $111.3\;\gev$ respectively.eps, 1925kBpng, 935kB Figure 6:Event display of a $4\mu$ candidate event with $m_{4l}=143.5\;\gev$. The masses of the lepton pairs are $90.6$ and $47.4\;\gev$ respectively. eps, 2037kBpng, 910kB Figure 7:Event display of a $2e2\mu$ candidate event with $m_{4l}=209.7\;\gev$. The masses of the lepton pairs are $85.9$ and $85.5\;\gev$ respectively. eps, 2596kBpng, 1398kB

##### Observation of the χc1(1P) and χc2(1P) charmonium states in √s = 7 TeV pp collisions at the ATLAS experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2011-136, 25 August 2011)
 Figure 5:Candidate χc → J/ψγ decay event in the ATLAS detector. Selected event properties include: Invariant masses Mμ+μ- = 3.15 GeV and Mμ+μ- γ = 3.55 GeV , J/ψ candidate with pT = 18.0 GeV and η = 0.43 and photon candidate with pT = 4.4 GeV and η = 0.41 eps, 6268kBpng, 2547kB Figure 6:Candidate χc → J/ψγ decay event in the ATLAS detector. Selected event properties include: Invariant masses Mμ+μ- = 3.07 GeV and Mμ+μ- γ = 3.46 GeV , J/ψ candidate with pT = 17.2 GeV and η = 0.66 and photon candidate with pT = 4.5 GeV and η = 0.64 eps, 6343kBpng, 2430kB

##### Non-collision backgrounds as measured by the ATLAS detector during the 2010 proton-proton run (ATLAS-CONF-2011-137, 26 August 2011)
 Figure 3:Event display of a typical BIB event, where a muon travelling almost parallel to the beam axis leaves a substantial energy deposit in the LAr calorimeter. eps, 2386kBpng, 155kB

##### Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the decay channel H->ZZ(*)->4l with 4.8 fb-1 of pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2011-162, 12 December 2011)
 Figure 10a:Event display of a 4mu candidate event with m_4l=124.6 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 89.7 GeV and 24.6 GeV. eps, 1650kBpng, 1018kB Figure 10b:Event display of a 4mu candidate event with m_4l=124.6 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 89.7 GeV and 24.6 GeV. eps, 293kBpng, 146kB Figure 10c:Event display of a 4mu candidate event with m_4l=124.6 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 89.7 GeV and 24.6 GeV. eps, 3385kBpng, 1757kB Figure 11a:Event display of a 2e2mu candidate event with m_4l=124.3 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 76.8 GeV and 45.7 GeV. eps, 4295kBpng, 2365kB Figure 11b:Event display of a 2e2mu candidate event with m_4l=124.3 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 76.8 GeV and 45.7 GeV. eps, 2857kBpng, 523kB Figure 11c:Event display of a 2e2mu candidate event with m_4l=124.3 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 76.8 GeV and 45.7 GeV. eps, 8161kBpng, 2791kB Figure 12a:Event display of a 2mu2e candidate event with m_l=123.6 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 89.3 GeV and 30.0 GeV. eps, 443kBpng, 278kB Figure 12b:Event display of a 2mu2e candidate event with m_l=123.6 GeV. The masses of the lepton pairs are 89.3 GeV and 30.0 GeV. eps, 977kBpng, 482kB

## 2012

##### Search for high–mass dilepton resonances with 5 fb−1 of pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2012-007, 1 March 2012)
 Figure 7:Event display for the dielectron candidate with the highest reconstructed invariant mass m_ee =1.66 TeV ). Both electrons are in the calorimeter end-caps; their tracks are shown in green. The electron with highest transverse energy has an ET of 329 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (2.00, 1.02). The subleading electron has an ET of 217 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (-1.60, -1.83). The event missing transverse energy is 26 GeV. eps, 5293kBpng, 429kB Figure 8:Event display for the dimuon candidate with the highest reconstructed invariant mass m_mumu = 1.25 TeV). The muon with highest momentum has a pt of 648 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (-0.75, 0.49). The subleading muon has a pt of 583 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (-0.36, -2.60). The event missing transverse energy is 67 GeV, with a phi_MET of -2.83. eps, 2039kBpng, 711kB

##### Search for excited electrons and muons with 5/fb of propton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-008, 1 March 2012)
 Figure 3:Display of the event containing the highest dielectron-photon invariant mass: 550 GeV. The pT of the electrons and photon are: 246, 223 and 74 GeV, respectively. The dielectron mass is 470 GeV, and the electron-photon invariant mass are = 101 GeV, and 264 GeV for the leading and subleading electrons, respectively. eps, 5191kBpng, 1222kB Figure 4:Display of the event containing the highest dimuon-photon invariant mass: 890 GeV. The pt of the muons and photon are: 91, 84 and 165 GeV, respectively. The dimuon mass is 165 GeV, and the muon-photon invariant mass are 721 GeV and 491 GeV for the leading and subleading muons, respectively. eps, 1423kBpng, 738kB

##### Measurement of the total ZZ production cross section in the four-lepton channel using 4.7 fb−1 of ATLAS data (ATLAS-CONF-2012-026, 4 March 2012)
 Figure 4:Event display of a ZZ->mumumumu candidate event (Run Number 183602, Event Number 282919). One Z candidate has a mass of 89.18 GeV and a pT of 36.04 GeV and it is formed by two muons with {pT ,eta, phi} of {61.60 GeV, -0.89, -2.11 rad} and {25.68 GeV, 0.09, 1.10 rad}, respectively. The other Z candidate has a mass of 88.03 GeV and a pT of 46.39 GeV and it is formed by two muons with {pT , eta, phi} of {42.69 GeV, -2.55, 1.39 rad} and {38.60 GeV, -1.23, -0.54 rad}, respectively. The four lepton system has a mass of 239.69 GeV and a pT of 21.99 GeV. png, 715kB

##### Search for squarks and gluinos using final states with jets and missing transverse momentum (ATLAS-CONF-2012-033, 12 March 2012)
 Figure 39: A display of the reconstructed event with the highest m_eff found in the data sample used for this note. This event possesses four jets with p_T > 40 GeV (p_T = 974, 276, 146 and 61 GeV respectively), E^T_miss = 984 GeV and m_eff =2441 GeV (calculated using the leading four jets). eps, 16096kBpng, 2111kB

##### Further search for supersymmetry at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV in final states with jets, missing transverse momentum and one isolated lepton (ATLAS-CONF-2012-041, 16 March 2012)
Figure 3:
Event display of the muon event with the highest inclusive effective mass, passing the 3-jet selection. The pt of the three leading jets are: 615, 101 and 92 GeV. There is also a fourth jet with pt = 58 GeV. The muon pt is 74 GeV and Etmiss = 409 GeV. The inclusive effective mass is 1350 GeV.
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Figure 4:
Event display of the electron event with the highest inclusive effective mass, passing the 4-jet selection. The pt of the four leading jets are: 690, 254, 117 and 84 GeV. There is also a fifth jet with pt = 36 GeV. The electron pt is 265 GeV and Etmiss = 381 GeV. The inclusive effective mass is 1827 GeV.
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##### Measurement of the Z boson Production in Lead-Lead Collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=2.76 TeV with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-052, 26 May 2012)
 Figure 8:ATLAS event display showing Z->ee candidate. FCal Sum ET = 0.42TeV (40-50\% Centrality), m_ee = 90.8GeV, pT of Z = 1.6GeV, yZ = -0.2. png, 273kB Figure 9:ATLAS event display showing Z->ee + jet candidate. FCal Sum ET = 2.63TeV (5-10\% Centrality), m_ee = 78.1GeV, pT of Z = 81GeV, yZ = -1.9, pT of jet = 58GeV. png, 341kB Figure 10:ATLAS event display showing Z->mumu + jet candidate. FCal Sum ET = 1.52TeV (20-30\% Centrality), m_mumu = 87.5GeV, pT of Z = 147GeV, yZ = -0.1, pT of jet = 142GeV. png, 323kB Figure 11:ATLAS event display showing Z->ee candidate. FCal Sum ET = 1.58TeV (10-20\% Centrality), m_ee = 92.2GeV, pT of Z = 4.8GeV, yZ = -0.2. png, 1810kB Figure 12:ATLAS event display showing Z->mumu candidate. FCal Sum ET = 2.16TeV (10-20\% Centrality), m_mumu = 102GeV, pT of Z = 5.0GeV, yZ = -0.1. png, 1265kB

##### A search for high mass resonances decaying to tau+tau- in the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-067, 30 June 2012)
 Figure 8:A high-MT event observed in the τhτh analysis (Run 189822, Event 86849215), which features a highly-collimated 3-prong tau candidate back-to-back with a 1-prong tau candidate that punches through to the muon spectrometer. Both tau candidates deposit significant energy in the hadronic calorimeter and have very high tau identification scores. This suggests that this is a real ditau decay (eg. a high-mass Z/γ*→τhτh event). eps, 692kBpng, 5294kB Figure 9:A high-MT event observed in the μτh analysis (Run 191920, Event 25878131), which has a forward 1-prong tau candidate with pT = 310 GeV, a forward muon with pT = 340 GeV, and ETmiss = 63 GeV. The combined MT(μ, τh, ETmiss) = 711 GeV. This event appears to be most likely a high-mass Z/γ*→μτh event. The tau candidate deposits most of its energy in the hadronic end-cap calorimeter (HEC), with an EM-fraction of only 1.5%; consistent with a 1-prong tau candidate with no π0s. The track pT = 300 GeV is consistent with the calorimeter measurement calibrated to give the tau pT. The hadronic tau candidate was energetic enough to produce hits in a single end-cap MDT station (part of the muon spectrometer), however, it does not produce a muon candidate. This signature is consistent with high energy pion punch-through. png, 2584kB

##### Search for dark matter candidates and large extra dimensions in events with a photon and missing transverse momentum in pp collision data at sqrt(s)= 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-085, 1 July 2012)
Figure 2:
Event display of one monophoton candidate with ETmiss = 218.3 GeV, phi(ETmiss) = 2.52, a photon with pt = 218.0 GeV, eta(gamma) = 0.39, phi(gamma) = -0.68, and no jets in the final state.
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Figure 3:
Event display of one monophoton candidate with ETmiss = 446.9 GeV, phi(ETmiss) = 2.55, a photon with pt = 449.7 GeV, eta(gamma) = -0.51, phi(gamma) = -0.65, and no jets in the final state.
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##### Search for resonant ZZ production in the ZZ -> llqq channel with the ATLAS detector using 7.2 fb-1 of sqrt(s) = 8 TeV pp collision data (ATLAS-CONF-2012-150, 9 November 2012)
 Figure 9:A representative event in the muon channel in the merged signal region where the three body invariant mass is found to be m(mu,mu,j) = 2.9 TeV. It should be noted that the leading jet in this event, shown as the larger cone, was reconstructed in the end cap of the hadronic calorimeter and therefore the energy deposits are not visible in the top left (x, y) view but can be seen in the bottom left and middle right views. eps, 34188kBpng, 2362kB

##### Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in H->tau+tau- decays in proton-proton collisions with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-160, 13 November 2012)

Figure 3:
Display of an event selected by the H→ τ{lep}τ{lep} analysis in the VBF category, where one τ decays to an electron and the other to a muon. The electron is indicated by a green track and the muon indicated by a red track. The dashed line represents the direction of the ETmiss vector, and there are two VBF jets marked with turquoise cones. The muon pT is 20 GeV, the electron pT is 17 GeV, ETmiss=43 GeV, mjj=1610 GeV and mMMC=126 GeV.
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Figure 7:
Display of an event selected by the H→ τ{lep}τ{had} analysis in the VBF category, where one τ decays to a muon. The hadronically decaying τ lepton (1 prong decay) is indicated by a green track and the muon is indicated by a red track. The dashed line represents the direction of the ETmiss vector, and there are two VBF jets marked with turquoise cones. The muon pT is 63 GeV, the τ{had} candidate pT is 96 GeV, ETmiss=119 GeV, mjj=625 GeV and mMMC=129 GeV.
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Figure 10:
Display of an event selected by the H→ τ{had}τ{had} analysis in the VBF category. The τ{had} candidates are indicated by green tracks. The dashed line represents the direction of the ETmiss vector, and there are two VBF jets marked with turquoise cones. The transverse momenta of the τ{had} candidates are 56 GeV and 49 GeV, ETmiss=26 GeV, mjj=408 GeV and mMMC=131 GeV.
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##### Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson produced in association with a vector boson and decaying to bottom quarks with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-161, 13 November 2012)
Figure 10:
Display of a Higgs boson candidate event with zero selected leptons. The event contains two identified b-jets with transverse momenta of 193 GeV and 78 GeV, respectively, with an invariant mass of 123 GeV. The missing energy in the transverse plane is 271 GeV.
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Figure 11:
Display of a Higgs boson candidate event with one selected lepton. The two identified b-jets have transverse momenta of 149 GeV and 86 GeV, respectively, with an invariant mass of 109 GeV. The identified muon has a transverse momentum of 96 GeV, the missing energy in the transverse plane is 139 GeV, resulting in a transverse momentum of the W boson candidate of 209 GeV.
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Figure 12:
Display of a Higgs boson candidate event with two selected leptons. The two identified b-jets have transverse momenta of 70 GeV and 65 GeV, respectively, with an invariant mass of 122 GeV. The identified electrons have transverse momenta of 63 GeV and 54 GeV, respectively, resulting in a transverse momentum of the Z boson candidate of 115 GeV.
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##### Updated results and measurements of properties of the new Higgs-like particle in the four lepton decay channel with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-169, 13 December 2012)
Figure 18:
Event display of a 4e candidate. EventNumber: 82614360 RunNumber: 203602 m4ell=124.6 GeV. m12=70.6 GeV, m34=44.7 GeV. e1: pT,eta,phi=24.9 GeV,-0.33, 1.98. e2: pT,eta,phi= 53.9 GeV, -0.40, 1.69 . e3: pT,eta,phi= 61.9 GeV, -0.12, 1.45 . e4: pT,eta,phi=17.8 GeV,-0.51,2.84 . pT4ell= 100.8 GeV. ETmiss=11.0 GeV.
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Figure 19:
Event display of a 4e candidate. EventNumber: 82614360 RunNumber: 203602 m4ell=124.6 GeV. m12=70.6 GeV, m34=44.7 GeV. e1: pT,eta,phi=24.9 GeV, -0.33, 1.98 . e2: pT,eta,phi=53.9 GeV, -0.40, 1.69. e3: pT,eta,phi=61.9 GeV, -0.12, 1.45 . e4: pT,eta,phi=17.8 GeV, -0.51, 2.84 . pT4ell= 100.8 GeV. ETmiss=11.0 GeV.
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Figure 20:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. EventNumber: 82599793 RunNumber: 204769 m4ell=123.5 GeV. m12=84 GeV, m34=34.2 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=37.8 GeV, 0.61 1.46 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=29.2 GeV, -0.95, -2.47. mu3: pT,eta,phi=10.3 GeV, 0.62 -1.41. mu4: pT,eta,phi=32.6 GeV -0.16, 2.85. pT4ell= 52.0 GeV. ETmiss=20.3 GeV.
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Figure 21:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. EventNumber: 71902630 RunNumber: 204769 m4ell=125.1 GeV. m12=86.3 GeV, m34=31.6 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=36.1 GeV, 1.29, 1.33 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=47.5 GeV, 0.69, -1.65 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=26.4 GeV, 0.47, -2.51 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=71.7 GeV, 1.85, 1.65 . pT4ell= 27.0 GeV. ETmiss=41.8 GeV.
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Figure 22:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. EventNumber: 71902630 RunNumber: 204769 m4ell=125.1 GeV. m12=86.3 GeV, m34=31.6 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=36.1 GeV, 1.29, 1.33 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=47.5 GeV, 0.69, -1.65 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=26.4 GeV, 0.47, -2.51 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=71.7 GeV, 1.85, 1.65 . pT4ell= 27.0 GeV. ETmiss=41.8 GeV.
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Figure 23:
Event display of a 2e2mu candidate. EventNumber: 12611816 RunNumber: 205113 m4ell=123.9 GeV. m12=87.9 GeV, m34=19.6 GeV. e1: pT,eta,phi=18.7 GeV, -2.45, 1.68 . e2: pT,eta,phi=76.0 GeV, -1.16, -2.13 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=19.6 GeV, -1.14, -0.87 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=7.9 GeV, -1.13, 0.94 . pT4ell= 59.5 GeV. ETmiss=30.9 GeV.
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Figure 24:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. RunNumber: 208123, EventNumber: 26433470. m4l=123.5 GeV, m12=73.7 GeV, m34=26.0 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=64.12 GeV, 1.54, -0.013. mu2: pT,eta,phi=27.81 GeV, 0.025, -0.55 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=25.66 GeV, -0.13, 0.27 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=12.29 GeV, 0.87, 1.35 . pT4ell= 115.4 GeV. ETmiss=121.3 GeV.
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Figure 25:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. RunNumber: 209736, EventNumber: 135745044. m4l=122.9 GeV, m12=92.2 GeV, m34=20.8 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=73.19 GeV, 2.08, 0.14 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=27.16 GeV, 1.55, -2.90 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=14.61 GeV, 1.79, -2.49 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=12.90 GeV, 2.12, -0.82 . pT4ell= 45.3 GeV. ETmiss=39.8 GeV.
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