# Published Articles

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2018-07-17
06:56
 Modelling of proton irradiated GaN-based high-power white light-emitting diodes / Floriduz, Alessandro (CERN) ; Devine, James D (CERN) We report the effects of high-energy (23 GeV) proton irradiation at large fluences on packaged high-power GaN-based white light-emitting diodes with YAG:Ce phosphors. From optical and electrical measurements, we assume that proton irradiation degrades only the GaN LED die up to fluences of at least $2 \times 10^{14}$p/cm$^{2}$, and we demonstrate that it produces nonradiative recombination centres which increase the leakage current and diminish the carrier density in the quantum wells and hence the output optical power. [...] 2018 - Published in : Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 57 (2018) 080304 Fulltext: PDF;

2018-07-17
04:12
 Exploring cosmic origins with CORE: Survey requirements and mission design / CORE Collaboration Future observations of cosmic microwave background (CMB) polarisation have the potential to answer some of the most fundamental questions of modern physics and cosmology. In this paper, we list the requirements for a future CMB polarisation survey addressing these scientific objectives, and discuss the design drivers of the CORE space mission proposed to ESA in answer to the "M5" call for a medium-sized mission. [...] arXiv:1706.04516.- 2018-04-05 - 79 p. - Published in : JCAP 1804 (2018) 014 Preprint: PDF;

2018-07-14
06:02
 Implementation of the VMM ASIC in the Scalable Readout System / Lupberger, M (CERN) ; Bartels, L (Gottingen U., II. Phys. Inst. ; CERN) ; Brunbauer, F M (CERN ; Vienna, Tech. U.) ; Guth, M (Freiburg U. ; CERN) ; Martoiu, S (Bucharest, IFIN-HH) ; Müller, H (CERN) ; Oliveri, E (CERN) ; Pfeiffer, D (CERN ; ESS, Lund) ; Ropelewski, L (CERN) ; Rusu, A (Bucharest, IFIN-HH) et al. The Scalable Readout System (SRS) developed by the RD51 collaboration is a versatile and multi-purpose approach, which is used with different front-end chips to transfer data from detectors to computers. Targeting mainly micro-pattern gaseous detectors, the system is also applicable for silicon strip or pad detectors. [...] 2018 - 8 p. - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., A 903 (2018) 91-98 In : 5th International Conference on Micro-Pattern Gas Detectors, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Pa, Usa, 22 - 26 May 2017, pp.91-98

2018-07-13
10:27
 Angular analysis of the decay B$_0$ → K * µµ with the CMS detector / Boletti, Alessio (INFN, Padua ; Padua U.) /CMS The Flavour Changing Neutral Current decay, B$_0$ → K*$_0$ µ + µ − is very sensitive to New Physics contributions through its observables like the muon forward-backward asymmetry, the fraction of K * longitudinal polarization, and the differential branching fraction. These parameters, as reported from previous experiments, remain so far consistent with SM prediction. [...] Gatchina : Kurchatov Institute, 2016 - 4 p. - Published in : , pp. 705-708 Fulltext: PDF; In : 3rd Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 Aug - 5 Sep 2015, pp.705-708

2018-07-13
10:27
 ATLAS b-tagging performance during LHC Run-2 with the new Insertable B-layer / Rodina, Yulia (Marseille, CPPM ; Barcelona, IFAE) /ATLAS Expected b-tagging performance in ATLAS during LHC Run-2 is presented together with results of commissioning studies with early Run-2 data. The performance of b-tagging is expected to be significantly improved in Run-2 thanks to the addition of a new pixel detector layer and to updates in the tracking and b-tagging algorithms. [...] Gatchina : Kurchatov Institute, 2016 - 6 p. - Published in : , pp. 699-704 Fulltext: PDF; In : 3rd Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 Aug - 5 Sep 2015, pp.699-704

2018-07-13
10:27
 The Challenge of Building Large Area, High Precision Small-Strip Thin Gap Trigger Chambers for the Upgrade of the ATLAS Experiment On behalf of the Muon System of the ATLAS Collaboration / Maleev, Victor (Kurchatov Inst., Moscow) /ATLAS The current innermost stations of the ATLAS muon end-cap system must be upgraded in 2019 and 2020 to retain the good precision tracking and trigger capabilities in the high background environment expected with the upcoming luminosity increase of the LHC. Large area small-strip Thin Gap Chambers up to 2 m 2 in size and totaling an active area of 1200 m 2 will be employed for fast and precise triggering. [...] Gatchina : Kurchatov Institute, 2016 - 5 p. - Published in : , pp. 694-698 Fulltext: PDF; In : 3rd Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 Aug - 5 Sep 2015, pp.694-698

2018-07-13
10:27
 Heavy Flavour prospects at the HL-LHC On behalf of the ATLAS, CMS and LHCb Collaborations / Derkach, Denis (Higher Sch. of Economics, Moscow ; Yandex Sch. Data Anal., Moscow) /ATLAS ; CMS ; LHC The development of flavour physics has been impetuous in recent years: there have been discoveries of CP violation in different B-meson systems, detailed studies of mixing effects in neutral B and D mesons, and observation of rare decays with unprecedented sensitivities. New discoveries can be expected for larger samples available in the near future. [...] Gatchina : Kurchatov Institute, 2016 - 6 p. - Published in : , pp. 550-555 Fulltext: PDF; In : 3rd Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 Aug - 5 Sep 2015, pp.550-555

2018-07-13
10:27
 Performance of TOTEM in Run II / Österberg, Kenneth (Helsinki Inst. of Phys.) /TOTEM The TOTEM experiment at the Large Hadron Collider is dedicated to diffractive and forward physics. Its consolidation and upgrade programme focuses on central diffractive processes. [...] Gatchina : Kurchatov Institute, 2016 - 6 p. - Published in : , pp. 535-540 Fulltext: PDF; In : 3rd Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 Aug - 5 Sep 2015, pp.535-540

2018-07-13
10:27
 The ALICE Transition Radiation Detector: status and perspectives for Run II / Klein, Jochen (CERN) /ALICE The ALICE Transition Radiation Detector contributes to the tracking, particle identification, and triggering capabilities of the experiment. It is composed of six layers of multi-wire proportional chambers, each of which is preceded by a radiator and a Xe/CO 2-filled drift volume. [...] Gatchina : Kurchatov Institute, 2016 - 6 p. - Published in : , pp. 529-534 Fulltext: PDF; In : 3rd Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 Aug - 5 Sep 2015, pp.529-534

2018-07-13
10:27
 The ALICE PID performance in Run 1 and perspectives in view of Run 2 / Noferini, Francesco (INFN, Bologna ; Enrico Fermi Ctr., Rome) /ALICE The extended capability in particle identification (PID) is one of the most characterizing features of the ALICE experiment. Several PID techniques are exploited in ALICE to cover a wide range of momenta based on specific energy loss (ITS, TPC), transition radiation (TRD), time of flight (TOF), Cherenkov radiation (HMPID), calorimetry (PHOS, EMCAL) measurements and topological PID. In Run 1 we explored extensively the combination of these techniques to improve particle separation in a statistical Bayesian approach or in a more traditional Nσ cut approach. [...] Gatchina : Kurchatov Institute, 2016 - 6 p. - Published in : , pp. 523-528 Fulltext: PDF; In : 3rd Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 Aug - 5 Sep 2015, pp.523-528

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