# Video Lectures

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2020-09-29
15:25
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} Searches for long-lived particles using displaced jets and displaced vertices at CMS / Luo, Jingyu (speaker) (Brown University (US)) The existence of long-lived particles (LLPs) is a common occurrence in many beyond-the-standard-model scenarios. Examples where LLPs can appear include, but are not limited to, R-parity violating supersymmetry (SUSY), split SUSY, gauge mediated SUSY breaking, stealth SUSY, exotic Higgs decays, heavy neutral leptons, and many more [...] 2020 - 0:55:39. LHC Seminar External link: Event details In : Searches for long-lived particles using displaced jets and displaced vertices at CMS

2020-09-29
14:52
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} From the electric pulse to image quality - the analysis chain of imaging detectors (lecture) / Roque, Rita (speaker) (University of Coimbra) Imaging gaseous detectors are the base-technology for many applications, such like Medical Imaging and Airport Security, as they are an upgrade to our biologic eyes. The objective of this lecture is to join physics and computing concepts to fully understand the analysis chain of an imaging gaseous detector. [...] 2020 - 1:17:13. Inverted CSC; Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020 External links: Talk details; Event details In : Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020

2020-09-29
14:51
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} Programming Paradigms (lecture) / Lieret, Kilian (speaker) (Ludwig Maximilian University) Ever been to the point where even little improvements require large refactoring efforts or dirty hacks? If only one had made the right choices on the way! This course discusses programming paradigms (functional vs object oriented, imperative vs declarative programming, ...) and introduces common design patterns (reusable solutions to common problems). While theory alone is unlikely to make you a better developer, having an overview of common principles paired with the vocabulary to describe them will make it easier to come up with the right solutions. In the exercises, we refactor various code snippets using the ideas of the lecture [...] 2020 - 1:05:51. Inverted CSC; Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020 External links: Talk details; Event details In : Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020

2020-09-29
14:48
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} Introduction to the Inverted CSC / Lopienski, Sebastian (speaker) (CERN) 2020 - 0:09:13. Inverted CSC; Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020 External links: Talk details; Event details In : Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020

2020-09-29
14:40
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} A word from the IT Department Head / Hemmer, Frederic (speaker) (CERN) 2020 - 0:02:08. Inverted CSC; Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020 External links: Talk details; Event details In : Inverted CERN School of Computing 2020

2020-09-18
13:36
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope: Dark Energy and Exoplanets / Rhodes, Jason (speaker) The top recommendation for a large space mission in the US 2010 Decadal Survey was the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope (formerly known as WFIRST), which is now on schedule for launch in 2025.  Similarities in hardware requirements between proposed dark energy cosmology, exoplanet microlensing, and near infrared surveyor missions allowed for a single mission that would accomplish all three goals.  The gift of an existing 2.4 meter telescope to NASA by another US government agency allowed for the addition of a coronagraph that will take images and spectra of nearby exoplanets; this instrument will be a technological stepping stone to imaging other Earths in the 2030s.  I will give an overview of Roman's instrumentation, science goals, and implementation plan.   2020 - 1:07:05. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope: Dark Energy and Exoplanets

2020-09-16
13:09
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} The XENON1T Electronic-Recoil Excess / Tunnell, Christopher (speaker) (Rice University, Houston (US)) Our XENON collaboration has been operating a series of ultra-radiopure experiments to probe tiny momentum transfers, which may arise from cosmogenic particles. Traditionally, we interpret our results in terms of WIMP dark matter, where our latest XENON1T experiment is the most sensitive such detector to date [...] 2020 - 1:04:52. EP Seminar External link: Event details In : The XENON1T Electronic-Recoil Excess

2020-09-09
10:16
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} Search for $H \to \mu^+ \mu^–$ at ATLAS and CMS / Vartak, Adish Pradeep (speaker) (Univ. of California San Diego (US)) ; Artoni, Giacomo (speaker) (University of Oxford (GB)) The seminar presents searches for the Higgs boson decay to a pair of muons performed by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The analyses are based on the full datasets collected at 13 TeV during Run 2 of the LHC, corresponding to 140 fb-1 per experiment. [...] 2020 - 1:31:22. LHC Seminar External link: Event details In : Search for $H \to \mu^+ \mu^–$ at ATLAS and CMS

2020-09-08
11:04
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} QUANTUM SENSORS of the DARK and EARLY UNIVERSE: Exploiting Quantum Entanglement in the Laboratory for Detection of Particles and Fields Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) and signals from Very Early Universe / Chattopadhyay, Swapan (speaker) (Distinguished Scientist, Fermilab, USA and President’s Professor of Research, Scholarship and Artistry Northern Illinois University, USA ) After an introduction of the extraordinary success of large particle accelerators, colliders and  classical detectors of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries in developing the now widely accepted Standard Model (SM) of particle physics, I will introduce and expose the basic  concepts and techniques of “quantum sensors”, illustrate “quantum entanglement” at work  around us and its controlled exploitation in the laboratory to detect with high precision very weak signals of exotic particles and fields that may exist Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) and  signals from the emerging “early” and “dark” universe. Our immediate familiar natural world as well as our known universe, as it supposedly emerged  from the “Big Bang” 13.8 billion years ago, are "quantum-entangled" from the microscopic to the macroscopic scale, from the "inner" to the "outer" dimensions. This fundamental "quantum entanglement" can be harnessed to sense and probe extremely "weak" processes and signals in nature around us – signals left over from the very “early” and “dark” universe, allowing us to be  ‘cosmic archaeologists’ [...] 2020 - 1:18:16. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : QUANTUM SENSORS of the DARK and EARLY UNIVERSE: Exploiting Quantum Entanglement in the Laboratory for Detection of Particles and Fields Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) and signals from Very Early Universe

2020-09-02
10:09
 div.thumbMosaic {display:inline;} div.thumbMosaic span{display:none;} div.thumbMosaic:hover span{display:block;position:absolute;z-index:2;} The LHC as a photon collider with the ATLAS detector / Kepka, Oldrich (speaker) (Czech Academy of Sciences (CZ)) Abstract: Photon fusion is a rare and interesting process at proton and ion colliders, involving purely electroweak interactions and allowing precision tests of the gauge structure of the Standard Model. Experimentally it has a remarkably clean signature with little (if any) remnant activity from the interacting beam particles, although this signature is very difficult to identify in the harsh experimental conditions at the LHC. In this seminar, recent ATLAS photon fusion results are presented: the observation of photo-produced weak-boson pair-production, cross-section measurement of lepton pair production with proton tagging in the ATLAS Forward Proton Spectrometer, and studies of light-by-light scattering.    2020 - 1:00:39. LHC Seminar External link: Event details In : The LHC as a photon collider with the ATLAS detector