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CALICE Theses

The following theses have been written using CALICE data. These should NOT be regarded as official CALICE results, but are the responsibility of the students concerned.

Ph.D. Theses

  • Tony Price Digital calorimetry for future e+e linear colliders and their impact on the precision measurement of the top Higgs Yukawa coupling (University of Birmingham; August 2013)

  • Lars Weuste Mass Measurement of Right-Handed Scalar Quarks and Time Measurement of Hadronic Showers for the Compact Linear Collider (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik & LMU München; June 2013)

  • Katja Seidel Top quark pair production and calorimeter energy resolution studies at a future collider experiment (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik & LMU München; January 2012)

  • Nils Feege Low-energetic Hadron Interactions in a Highly Granular Calorimeter (Universität Hamburg, January 2011)

  • Kurt Francis Results of beam tests of a prototype calorimeter for a linear collider (NIU, May 2010)

  • Marcel Reinhard CP violation in the Higgs sector with a next-generation detector at the ILC (Ecole Polytechnique; November 2009)

  • Hengne LI Higgs Recoil Mass and Cross-Section Analysis at ILC AND Calibration of the CALICE SiW ECAL Prototype (LAL & Université Paris XI; October 2009)

  • Nicola d'Ascenso Study of the Neutralino Sector and Analysis of the Muon Response of a Highly Granular Hadron Calorimeter at the International Linear Collider (DESY; January 2009)

  • Manqi RUAN A precise Higgs mass measurement at the ILC and test beam data analysis with CALICE (LAL & Tsinghua; November 2008)

  • Qingmin Zhang R&D of Digital Hadron Calorimeter Prototype with Glass RPCs

  • Marius Groll Construction and commissioning of a hadronic test-beam calorimeter to validate the particle-flow concept at the ILC (DESY; May 2007)

M.Sc. Theses

  • Takuma Goto Analysis of pion shower data from the CALICE prototype calorimeter for ILC

Diploma Theses

  • Nanda Wattimena Commissioning of an LED Calibration & Monitoring System for the Prototype of a Hadronic Calorimeter (DESY; April 2006)

  • Benjamin Lutz Commissioning of the Readout Electronics for the Prototypes of a Hadronic Calorimeter and a Tailcatcher and Muon Tracker (DESY; May 2006)

  • Sebastian Richter Validation of the Calibration Procedure for a Highly Granular Calorimeter with Electromagnetic Processes (DESY; September 2008)

  • Nils Feege Silicon Photomultipliers: Properties and Application in a Highly Granular Calorimeter (DESY; October 2008)

  • Lars Weuste: A Study of Track Segments within Hadronic Showers with a Highly Granular Hadronic Calorimeter (MPP, September 2009)

  • Christian Soldner: Scintillator Tile Uniformity Studies for a Highly Granular Hadron Calorimeter (MPP, September 2009)

Habilitations

  • Roman Pöschl Towards experimentation at a Future Linear Collider (LAL & Université Paris XI; October 2009)

-- LarsWeuste - 01-Jul-2013

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