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Sunday, December 31, 2017 from to (Europe/Berlin)
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Timing Synchronization and Fast-Control for FPGA-based large-scale Readout and Processing Systems
Speaker: Lukas Meder (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology(KIT)) Material: document
Application of the CBM Micro Vertex Detector for Dielectron Analysis
Speaker: Mr. Erik Krebs (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt(UFfm-IKP)) Material: document
4D Event Reconstruction in the CBM Experiment
Speaker: Valentina Akishina (GSI, Darmstadt) Material: document
A Study on the MUCH Geometry Optimization and Physics Observables of the Proposed FAIR-CBM Experiment
Speaker: Mr. Kalyan Dey (Gauhati University(UnivGau-Phys)) Material: document
Fluctuation-Correlation and Dimuon production in high energy heavy ion collision experiments
Speaker: Subhasis Samanta (Bose Institute(BoseInst)) Material: document
Development of quality assurance procedures and methods for the CBM Silicon Tracking System
Speaker: Mr. Evgeny Lavrik (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen(UT-PIT)) Material: document
Prototype Developments and Performance Studies for the CBM-TRD
Speaker: Milad Tanha (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt(UFfm-IKP)) Material: document
Development of FPGA based Error Resilient Self-Triggered Readout Chain for Muon Chamber (MUCH) Detector of CBM Experiment
Speaker: Mr. Swagata Mandal (Variable Energy Cyclotron Center (VECC)(VECC)) Material: document
- 08:00 - 08:01 Timing Synchronization and Fast-Control for FPGA-based large-scale Readout and Processing Systems 1'