The TESLA project

Note: Tesla is an application for processing Run 2 Turbo data. For Run 3 data please see the RealTimeAnalysis pages.

Mailing list: lhcb-tesla


To process the output of the Hlt from the Turbo stream for physics analysis.


In 2016, streams were introduced to make datasets more manageable. The stream definitions are detailed in the TurboStreams page.

Generating NTuples from Tesla output

With the Turbo stream operational in production. Analysts now merely have to point DecayTreeTuple at the required location. But a few extra options need to be set. Please see the tutorial below.

Getting involved - running Tesla

We need to be sure we have all the information on triggered candidates saved for use in analyses. Therefore we need analysts to run the algorithms and give us lots of feedback. To be a part of this, follow the tutorials:

  • MakeLineForTurboSimplified (OBSOLETE) - to create a new Hlt2 line for the Turbo stream (and test using threshold settings). Running the trigger is reduced to one ganga job. This still executes the juggling, L0 and HLT in sequence, but is set up in a single ganga job and produces a single DST for testing Tesla.

Missing variables should be added to the table on the RunningListTurboMissing page.



The workflow

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