HL/HE-LHC Physics Workshop -- Simulation tools

Contacts for this page:

Clement Helsens and Michele Selvaggi

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Delphes simulation for HL/HE-LHC:

The Delphes version containing the HL-LHC detector card can be found in:

https://github.com/delphes/delphes/releases/tag/3.4.2pre16

The card is intended to reproduce the geometry and the basic performance of the upgraded ATLAS and CMS detector. It was agreed that this card should be used also for HE-LHC simulations. Instructions for installation of Delphes can be found here:

https://cp3.irmp.ucl.ac.be/projects/delphes/wiki/WorkBook/QuickTour

https://cp3.irmp.ucl.ac.be/projects/delphes/wiki/WorkBook/Pythia8

The HLLHC common detector card can be found in the “cards” sub-directory and it is called “delphes_card_HLLHC.tcl"

MC generation platform:

A software platform, based on what was developed for FCC studies, is available. It will allow the generation of MC samples ready for Delphes simulation, and it provides an analysis framework. More information can be found in this presentation

The code and detailed explanations are available on GitHub

The existing MC samples are documented here. If you plan to produce events that will be of common use, please contact Send mail

Analysis framework:

More information about the analysis framework can be found this presentation

The code and detailed explanations are available on the various GitHub repositories:

https://github.com/FCC-hh-framework/FCChhAnalyses

https://github.com/FCC-hh-framework/FlatTreeAnalyzer

https://github.com/FCC-hh-framework/FCCFitter

https://github.com/FCC-hh-framework/TMVAFacility

-- MichelangeloMangano - 2017-12-22

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