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LHCb at Nikhef

LHCb Nikhef

This is the TWiki page for Nikhef collaborators on the LHCb experiment.

It has been setup to help you, and contains hints and tips about working here at Nikhef and for LHCb in general.

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Nikhef group structure

The B-physics department at Nikhef implements the research program 23 of the FOM funding agency:

  • "Study of charge-parity violation with the LHCb experiment at CERN".
  • The program runs over the period 1999-2014.
  • The mission is to search for new particles or interactions that affect the observed matter-antimatter asymmetry in nature by making preciosn measurements of B-meson decays.
  • The participating institutes are the Nikhef-FOM, and the Nikhef-VU groups.

In the first half of the FOM programme the group has contributed to:

  • the construction of the LHCb experiment while
  • the data analysisof the HERA-B and Babar experiments.

In the second half of the program the focus is on data taking and physics analysis with the LHCb experiment as well as on preparation of the LHCb upgrade experiment.

  • Programme leader: prof. dr. Marcel Merk
  • Deputy programme leader: dr. Antonio Pellegrino

Nikhef theses: list

For more information, see the main website.

Nikhef people

  • A google sheet of all the group members can be found here.
  • An overview of the people currently working at LHCb Nikhef, sorted by topics, can be found in this page

PhD candidates: conferences attendance

Student Jamboree Lunteren Veldhoven Other conferences
Michele Talk 2019 Talk 2017 Talk 2020 FPCP 2021
Cristina Talk 2020 Talk 2018 Poster 2019, Talk 2020 2019 ESHEP, Quarkonia as Tools 2021, Low-x 2021
Igor Talk 2019 Talk 2018   LHCb results @ LLP8 workshop (2020), Vertex 2021, LHCP 2021 (early career scientists fora)
Silvia Talk 2020 Talk 2018 Talk 2022 (PhD session) The beauty of the rare Moriond 2021
Lera   Talk 2019 Poster 2020 EPS 2020, Moriond 2022 (Young Scientist)
Aleksandra   Talk 2019    
Robbert Talk 2020 Talk 2019 Trento workshop (2020), Workshop on picosecond timing detectors (2021)
Jordy Talk 2020 Talk 2019 Talk 2022  
Lex   Talk 2020 Poster 2022  
Alice   Talk 2021   Moriond 2022 (Young Scientist)
Carolina       MIAPP-2022 (Seminar)
MD   Talk 2021    

Group Meetings

The BFys group, and the LHCb group at Nikhef have regular meetings, advertised through bfys-physics AT

The LHCb group meets usually on Friday mornings, roughly once every two weeks. The agenda can be found under the B-physics category on the Nikhef Indico

There are also regular colloquia, advertised by internal annoucements (intercom) and similarly on the Nikhef Indico

MarcelMerk maintains also a google calendar of other misc events. These calendars are embedded below.

Anonymous Q&A

* AnonymousQuestionsAndAnswers

Local Computing Resources and Software Guides

Nikhef is home to a tier 1 resource for LHCb. As such, the local computing resources are vast.

Physics Topics

Nikhef is active in several ongoing LHCb physics analyses, including:

Nikhef participates in the hardware construction, commissioning, running of LHCb particularly for the:


Software links:

Nikhef links:

Other Links:


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