Presentasjon om: "The Norwegian High Energy Particle Physics Project 2006-11 Farid Ould-Saada, uiO."— Utskrift av presentasjonen:
The Norwegian High Energy Particle Physics Project Farid Ould-Saada, uiO
The CERN-related High Energy Particle Physics Research Project HEPP NFR Projectnr /V Budget: 7-8 MNOK/year + Grid Project Leader: Prof. Farid Ould-Saada (UiO), Deputy: Prof. Anna Lipniacka (UiB) ➢ ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) ➢ Main Activity within the HEPP project ➢ High Energy Particle Physics Theory ➢ BABAR experiment at the SLAC B-factory (USA)
Permanent staff members (Uni) Lars Bugge, Prof.UiO Torleiv Buran, Prof. UiO Kjell Martin Danielsen UiO Ole Dorholdt / Per NordahlsUiO Jan Olav Eeg (theory), Prof.UiO Gerald Eigen, Prof.UiB Hallstein Høgåsen (theory), PUiO Egil Lillestøl, Prof.UiB Anna Lipniacka, Prof. UiB Carsten Lütken (theory), Prof.UiO Per Osland (theory), Prof. UiB Farid Ould-Saada, Prof.UiO Alex Read, Prof. UiO Steinar Stapnes, Prof.UiO Are Stranlie, Ass. Prof.HiG Bjarne Stugu, Prof.UiB Pot-Doc / Researchers Heidi Sandaker (08/07)UiB NNUiB Yuriy PylypchenkoUiO Ole Røhne UiO Bjørn SamsetUiO Adrian TagaUiO PhD Esben Lund UiO Trygve Buanes UiB Katarina Pajchel UiO Bjarte Mohn UiB Arshak TonoyanUiB Liang SunUiB Theory PhD Abdel Wahab El Kaffas UiB Are RaklevUiB Master Students Yngve AndersenUiO Håvard Gjersdal UiO Eirik GramstadUiO Gunn K. H. Larsen UiO Maiken PedersenUiO Lillian SmestadUiO Theory Lars Erlend Leganger UiO Alex Kastanas UiB Therese Berge SjursenUiB Hilde Skjerdal UiB Oyvind SatreUiB Maren UglandUiB Babar Kjetil FollesøUiB Theory Asmund BlitznerUiB Additional Grid manpower (financed by other projects): A. Konstantinov; T. Frågåt; W. Qiang; D. Cameron; J.K. Nilsen HEPP Project Manpower: ~50 people overall Why 1 PhD / 3-4 professors?
➢ Norwegian ATLAS Activities: ➢ Subdetector construction, installation and commissioning ➢ Detector Operation, Data Preparation ➢ Computing Grid, Software & Data distribution ➢ Physics Analysis, Interpretation ➢ Theory vs Experiment ➢ Education, Dissemination and Outreach ➢ Management
Et av de norske bidragene til ATLAS “Semi Conductor Tracker” (SCT): Oslo, Bergen og Uppsala har laget 320 silikon-module ~ 15% av Atlas’ behov Monteringen i Oslo
Lagring: Rå datarate på 0.1 – 1 GBytes/sek Total innsamling på PetaBytes/år Prosessering: 200,000 av dagens raskeste PCer Utfordringen for databehandling ved LHC
Nordic Grid activities strengthen the WLCG CERN Courier 46/7 Nordic countries have participated in Grid developments at CERN since the beginning, although at the early stages they already opted for developing their own middleware. Most Nordic Grid projects now use the Advanced Resource Connector (ARC), developed by NorduGrid, while some also use the gLite middleware deployed by the Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) project. Several sites are involved both in NorduGrid and in projects such as EGEE, and therefore deploy both ARC and gLite.
Join the High Energy Particle Physics Project, Work with the ATLAS experiment at LHC, Discover New Physics and maybe take part in a Revolution. Particle physicsParticle physics or “High Energy Physics” is the activity which seeks to discover and understand the basic constituents of matter and the interactions among them. The present state of our knowledge is contained in the Standard Model (SM). The SM is however incomplete. The Large Hadron Collider LHC at the CERN laboratory in Geneva will be the first particle accelerator to explore directly a new energy frontier, the TeV scale. By colliding beams of protons at 14 TeV, the LHC will probe deeper into matter than ever before, reproducing conditions in the first picoseconds in the life of the Universe.LHCCERN Starting in 2007, four experiments, among them ATLAS, will collect data that might reveal new physics phenomena. Among the open questions, LHC may reveal the origin of particle masses, explain dark matter, investigate extra space dimensions, and help understand the origin of matter in the Universe. Several aspects of LHC physics touch on the interface between particle physics and cosmology. In a sense, particle physics is the science of matter, energy, space and time.ATLAS Links: HEPP BigBang MachineHEPPBigBang Machine Write about Particle Physics – the science of matter, energy, space and time –... and (tell we are) hav (ing) a nice mutidimentional trip!
Farid Ould-Saada, Prof. at UiO Teaching and student tutoring: Particle Physics and Aktuell forskning i Fysikk Leader of HEPP project Research within ATLAS Member of ATLAS collaboration Board and International Computing board Other hobbies: NorduGrid, KnowARC and NGIn Grid projects; Member of European Particle Physics Outreach Group