Dr. Ph.D. Ante Bilandzic

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Arbeitsgruppe
Dichte und seltsame hadronische Materie

Ausgeschriebene Angebote für Abschlussarbeiten

Analyse von Anisotropischen Flow mit Symmetrischen Cumulants in ALICE am Large Hadron Collider

The produced matter in heavy-ion collisions resembles the so-called quark-

gluon plasma (QGP), which is a state of matter consisting of deconned

quarks and gluons. It is believed that such a state of matter existed in the

early Universe, just a few microseconds after the Big Bang. Its properties

can be experimentally studied by measuring the azimuthal anisotropy in the

momentum distribution of the produced particles in heavy-ion collisions, for

example in Pb+Pb collisions measured with the ALICE detector at CERN

Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Of particular interest is anisotropic ow phe-

nomenon, which is an observable directly sensitive to the properties of QGP.

In this project we introduce the basics of anisotropic ow, and we guide a

student throughout all steps needed for its nal measurement.

We start a project by briey introducing a theoretical framework within

which anisotropic ow phenomenon can be dened and quantied. Next,

we discuss to what extent such a framework is directly applicable in an

actual experiment. As a useful alternative tool developed by experimental-

ists for anisotropic ow measurement we discuss multi-particle correlation

techniques. We go in detail through the practical implementation of multi-

particle correlations (students are expected at this point to perform some sim-

ple analytic calculations, and to learn and perform some simple programming

in ROOT, which is nowadays the default object-oriented analysis framework

used in high energy physics by all major collaborations). We wind up the

project by letting student do an independent anisotropic ow analysis utiliz-

ing multi-particle correlations techniques over small data sample consisting

of real heavy-ion collisions recorded at LHC.

geeignet als
  • Bachelorarbeit Physik
  • Masterarbeit Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik
  • Masterarbeit Applied and Engineering Physics
Themensteller(in): Laura Fabbietti

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