Event Displays from Upgrade Physics Simulated Data

The event displays below are approved to be shown by ATLAS speakers at conferences and similar events. Click on the thumbnail images to access full-size displays. If you wish to use these event displays for other purposes than presentations of ATLAS results, please see the copyright statement.

This page shows dislays of simulated events from upgrade physics studies.

The main Event Display Public Page gives an overview on all available public event displays.

A visualisation of simulated top-antitop quark pair production in a proton-proton collision at 14 TeV center-of-mass energy at the future High-Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC). The simulated event includes approximately 200 pileup interactions in the same bunch crossing, and the image shows 88 primary vertices (blue balls) reconstructed along the beam line. From each primary vertex, many different particles are produced, whose tracks are visualised here in light orange. In total, more than 2000 tracks are reconstructed in the proton-proton interaction. The image shows a cutout of the LHC beam pipe at the center of the ATLAS detector; in the background, a part of the muon spectrometer and the shielding are visible; the other parts of the detector have been hidden for a better view of the interaction point. ATLAS_HLLHC_mu200_VP1_88vertices_angled_noID_4K_wLogo.png
A simulated tt̄ event at average pile-up of 200 collisions per bunch crossing, with an ITk layout including the very forward extension. The bottom-left inset is a 2D r-z view of the interaction region. The vertical scale is 2.5mm and the horizontal one 12cm. All reconstructed tracks have pT>1 GeV. The tracks coming from the tt̄ vertex are coloured in cyan. Two secondary vertices can be reconstructed and the tracks coming from them are highlighted in yellow. HL-LHC-tt.png
A simulated event with the LoI ITk layout, comprising 40 signal muons overlaid with minimum bias events consistent with an average pile-up of 140 collisions per bunch crossing. Reconstructed tracks are shown in green, with pixel and strip clusters in orange and yellow respectively. fig_01.png

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