CMS 연구자를 위한 2015 CMS DAS (Data Analysis School) at Korea를 개최하였습니다.
6 개의 전체 회의 및 발표, CMS 연구주제에 대한 short 세션 5개 동시 진행 및 long 세션 4개 동시 진행 등 총 73명의 행사 참석과 더불어 다수의 운영자가 지원하여 행사를 성공적으로 진행하였습니다.
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2015 CMS DAS (Data Analysis School) at Korea
Starts : 25 Aug 2015 09:00
Ends : 29 Aug 2015 17:00
Location : Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea
Local Organisation :
Guinyun Kim (Kyungpook National Univ.)
Suyong Choi (Korea Univ.)
Hwidong Yoo (Seoul National Univ.)
Inkyu Park (Univ. of Seoul)
Intae Yu (Sungkyunkwan Univ.)
Taejeong Kim (Chonbuk National Univ.)
Registration for the CMS Data Analysis School (CMSDAS) at Kyungpook National
University, Daegu, Korea. (25 - 29, 2015) is now open via this indico page. The
registration fee for the school is $270 for early registration and $300 for late
registration Space is limited so sign up for CMSDAS@ KNU
CMS members from all regions are welcome to attend CMSDAS@LPC
The CMSDAS@KNU Local Organizing Committee Chairs : Guinyun Kim
More info about CMSDAS can be found below:
CMSDAS is designed to help CMS physicists from
across the collaboration to learn, or to learn more, about CMS analysis and
thereby to participate in significant ways in any physics analysis including
future discoveries. It enables physicists beginning analysis to easily join an
ongoing analysis in a productive way. Since 2012, our first global year,
schools were held at FNAL, Pisa, Taipei, DESY, and Kolkata. More than 400 CMS
students have now participated in the program. The format for each CMSDAS is
very similar and some of the same facilitators attend each school.
A few key components of the CMSDAS School are
required “homework”, assigned to registrants prior to attending the school and
the sessions during the workshop whicl emphasize "hands on" work with CMS data.
Each school starts with a morning devoted to inspirational plenary talks. The
essential features of the school are the execution of a series of short and long
Prior to the school, attendees are required to
complete a list of pre-exercises in order to be able to tackle more realistic
problems at the tutorial sessions. There include for example, introducing
CMSSW, DBS, fitting, etc. which ensures a fast start at the event.
The short exercises (several hours duration)
cover all of the objects from jets to muons and many techniques from event
generators to setting upper limits occur during the first half of the school. In
the second half of the school detailed physics measurements are performed with
the CMS data set (the long exercises) in a 2.5 day intensive period by focused
teams of about 6-8 students. Both the short and long exercises are designed and
facilitated by teams of 2-3 CMS experts. Some long exercises go beyond the
current state of the art of the corresponding CMS analysis. Thus providing
opportunities to get plugged in to a CMS measurement through a long exercise at
the school and become a part of the CMS measurement team on the paper.
The CMS School's Committee:
Kai-Feng Chen (NTU)
Boaz Klima (FNAL)
Lothar Bauerdick (FNAL)
Fabrizio Palla (INFN)
Thomas Schoerner (DESY)
Claudia Wulz (Vienna)