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CMS Newcomers at ETH Zürich: Getting Started managed by Luigi Marchese and Riccardo Manzoni

This page is intended to provide CMS newcomers at ETH Zürich with some helpful information to get started with.

Disclaimer: Contents are more focused on how to do an analysis on Lepton Flavour Anomalies with the CMS BPH group.

CMS Technical details

CMS organises an induction course every 6 months and a Data Analysis School (CMSDAS) to help newcomers to get familiar with the CMS software and jargon. You can find the slides of the latest session at this link. Among the different talks/exercises, below you can find a selection of contents by priority:

Useful references for analyses at physics colliders:

Useful references for analyses with charmed mesons at physics colliders:

Useful hints:

To help you navigate through the results, studies and checks you will be doing during your project, it is recommended to start an online (or paper-based) LogBook where you report dates, plots and conclusions you get. You can use whatever tool you prefer. CERN provides some tools or you can use GitBook. An example is shown in the attachment below.

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