Simulation and Analysis TF

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Topic: LUXE simulation and analysis TF
Meeting ID: 916 7025 7822
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Maryna:
- only used signal MC for the CDR - now also doing bkg as well
- using energy depositions and divide by the mass of the sensitive volumes GeV—>Joule —> divide by mass to get Gy.
- new Boron(1%)+Polyethylene(50%)
- need to look at much higher signals
- all concrete should be Borated concrete? 

Tom:
- CDR assume 24 um RMS (80 fs)
- 10-20% increase of rates for smaller duration
- we now assume charge 0.25 nC and 16.6 fs
- will run also lower xi values.

Arka:
- 600 um will not stand the radiation
- go back to 35 um 
- Sasha is redoing the 35 um

Sasha:
- need new sim:
  - add the shielding behind the calo
  - also change to 35 um Bremss target 
- idea to have a permanent magnet upstream the Bremss shielding to remove high-E electrons:
   - need to check what happens first with he 35 um target and then decide
   - look at the high-E electrons at the detectors but also in the IP (dummy volumes)

There are minutes attached to this event. Show them.
    • 10:00 AM 10:10 AM
      Intro 10m
      Speakers: Beate Heinemann (DESY and Freiburg University), Daniel Seipt (Helmholtz Institut Jena), Noam Tal Hod (Weizmann Institute of Science)
    • 10:10 AM 10:30 AM
      Radiation load 20m
      Speaker: Maryna Borysova (FLC (Technol. zukuenft. Teilchenph. Experim.))
    • 10:30 AM 10:50 AM
      Bunch length impact on signal 20m
      Speaker: Thomas Blackburn (FTX (FTX Fachgruppe SLB))
    • 10:50 AM 11:50 AM
      Background studies with new data 1h
      Speakers: Arka Santra (FTX (Technol. zukuenft. Teilchenph. Experim.)), John Hallford (UCL), Louis Helary (DESY - FTX), Marco Bruschi (INFN and University of Bologna), Maryna Borysova (FLC (Technol. zukuenft. Teilchenph. Experim.)), Oleksandr Borysov (DESY), Ruth Magdalena Jacobs (ATLAS (ATLAS SM and Beyond)), Shan Huang (Tel Aviv University)
    • 11:50 AM 12:10 PM
      AOB 20m
      Speakers: Arka Santra (FLC (Forschung an Lepton Collidern)), Beate Heinemann (DESY and University of Freiburg (Germany)), Daniel Seipt (Helmholtz Institut Jena), Federico Meloni (ATLAS (ATLAS SM and Beyond)), Gianluca Sarri (Queen's University Belfast), John Hallford (UCL), Kyle Fleck (QUB), Louis Helary (FTX (FTX Fachgruppe SLB)), Marco Bruschi (INFN and University of Bologna), Maryna Borysova (FLC (Experimente an Lepton Collidern)), Matthew Wing (UCL), Noam Tal Hod (Weizmann Institute of Science), Oleksandr Borysov (DESY), Ruth Magdalena Jacobs (ATLAS (ATLAS SM and Beyond)), Shan Huang (Tel Aviv University), Thomas Blackburn (FLC (FLC Fachgruppe ANA))