Proposal for Labs have to be sent to infieri15-loc@desy.de by the deadline of August 15, together with a short abstract in Word.

Special requests (tables, space, network...) should also be communicated in time. A short description of 2 pages in Word should be sent by 1st September. The Department of Physics of the University of Hamburg is equipped with the eduroam Wifi.

For the labs there will be a safety briefing the first day and a safety officer from DESY will inspect the equipments. We ask the lab organizer to have the material ready on the tables, on the first day in the afternoon, if possible.

Each afternoon from 2:30 to 5:15 pm there will be computing or practical labs. Transportation will be provided for the lab which will be on the DESY campus. A lab usually is completed in one afternoon (some takes two sessions) and students rotate each afternoon among the labs.

Students should preferably choose labs outside their field of expertise and/or current work.
 The list of CLABs= Computing Labs (CLs) and LAB's (Practical Labs) are available here below and their description can be found in the Timetable page. They all take place at the University of Hamburg, apart from one that is installed at DESY.

Here below the lists of Labs, their organizers and location.
 

 

                  I-  Computing Classes:

 

=> Related to Front-End:

CL1: CAD-based test bench for 3D ASIC designs by R. Patti (Tezzaron-USA) In Seminar 1 First Floor
Dr. Robert Patti (rpatti@tezzaron.com) is CTO and VP of Design Engineering at Tezzaron Semiconductors Company in USA.

CL2: Parametric Study of CMOS Photodetectors by: F. Calmon, P. Pittet, L. Quiquerez (Institute of Nanotechnology-Lyon/CNRS) 3rd Floor in the PC Room 305 (just go straight)
Prof. Francis Calmon (francis.calmon @insa-lyon.fr) is member of the INL-Laboratory and Professor at INSA-Lyon  (Institut des Sciences Appliquees, in Lyon, FR).
Dr. Patrick Pittet (patrick.pittet@univ-lyon1.fr) is Research Engineer at CNRS, at the INL Laboratory.
Prof. Laurent Quiquerrez  (laurent.quiquerez@univ-lyon1.fr), is Associate Professor at the University Claude Bernard-Lyon1, Lyon, FR.
           

CL3: RooFit Statistical Analysis Framework of Experimental Data (Application to the Silicon PM Data Analysis) by N. D’Ascenzo (HUST) & V. Saveliev (NRNU-Ru) in Seminar Room 2, first Floor.
Prof. Nicola d'Ascenzo (ndasc@hust.edu.cn ), is Professor at Huazhong University of Sciences and Technology (HUST), CN.
Prof. Valeri Saveliev ( saveliev@mail.desy.de) is Professor at the Insititut of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, RU.

 

=> Related to Massive Parallel Computing & new processors/related software:

CL5: MPI for Parallel Computing by U. Marconi (INFN-Bologna), A. Falabella and M. Manzali (CNAF-INFN)
 in PC Room 306, 3rd Floor.
 Prof. Umberto Marconi (umberto.marconi@bo.infn.it) is the group leader of the LHCb group in Bologna, INFN-Sezione di Bologna and Universita di Bologna, and former National Coordinator of LHCb in Italy.
Dr. Antonio Falabella (antonio.falabella@cnaf.infn.it), member of the LHCb group at Universita and INFN-Bologna, IT.

CL6 & CL7: Multi/Many-Core Programming with Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors; Fundamentals of Parallel Programming using Intel’s Many Integrated Core (MIC) Architecture by R. Iope et al. (SPRACE, UNESP, BR) in PC Room 306 3rd Floor (Straight + Turn Right).
Dr. Rogerio Iope (rogerio.iope@cern.ch | rogerio.iope@gmail.com) work as Computing Engineer for the Center for Scientific Computing (Núcleo de Computação Científica) at Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). He is also member of the CMS experiment, working as Research Associate for the Sao Paulo Research and Analysis Center (SPRACE).

 

CL8: Introduction to New MICRON processors and related automate software (via remote by Ke Wang Computing Dept and A.P. Group at Virginia University) (USA) will be held on Thursday September 24, in the auditorium. There can be up to 12 participants.
The interested students should send an email to asavoy@cern.ch by monday 21, and should ensure to have a laptop with internet connection for this session. They will receive material to be read, in preparation for the Lab as soon as they confirm their participation to this dedicated Lab.
Dr. Ke Wang (kw5na@virginia.edu)
is Research Scientist at the Center for Automata Processing, Department of Computer Science in the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

 

                     II-  Practical Labs:
 

Lab1: Hands-on Pixel Front-Ends ASIC and 65nm CMOS technology by Lodovico Ratti (Pavia U. and INFN, IT) and Valerio Re (Bergamo U., IT)   in SR3, in front of Registration, 2nd Floor
Prof. Lodovico Ratti (lodovico.ratti@unipv.it) is Professor at the University of Pavia, Electronic and Computer Department of this University and INFN. He is member, among other R&D projects of RD53 and of CMS.
Prof. Valerio Re (valerio.re@unibg.it) is Professor at the Universita degli Studi di Bergamo, IT, Scuola di Ingegnieria. He is among other projects, Member of RD53 coordinator of the Analog Workpackage in this Internatioal R&D Collaboration and member of CMS.

Lab2: Transient Current Technique (TCT) measurements for Silicon Diodes (to be held in DESY) by E. Garutti and Christian Scharf, UniHH, GE - Driver each day at 13:00 at the entrance of the Department (DESY car).
Prof. Erika Garutti (erika.garutti@physik.uni-hamburg.de),
Particle Physics and Detector Development, Institute of Experimental Physics, University of Hamburg, member of the CMS Collaboration.
Christian Scharf, PhD, Particle Physics and Detector Development, University of Hamburg, Member of the CMS-University of Hamburg group.

Lab3: TARGET ASIC Lab for Cerenkov Telescope Array (CTA) by G. Cotter, A. de Franco  (Oxford, UK).
Dr. Garret Cotter (Garret.Cotter@physics.ox.ac.uk), Lecturer at the Physics Department of Oxford University, member of the Cerenkov Telescope Array (CTA) International Collaboration.
Andrea di Franco, PhD, Oxford, member of the CTA collaboration.

Lab6&7: Field Programmable gate arrays – Detecting Cosmic Rays by D. Cussans (Bristol U. UK) and I. Tomalin (RAL, UK) in SR3, in front of Registration, 2nd Floor.
Dr. David Cussans (david.cussans@bristol.ac.uk), Member of the School of Physics, University of Bristol, UK.
Dr. Ian Tomalin (ian.tomalin@stfc.ac.uk), Member of the CMS group in the Particle Physics Department at STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Didcot, UK

Lab8: micro-TCA test bench by F. Costanza, DESY-CMS, in SR3, in front of registration, 2nd Floor.
Dr. Francesco Costanza (francesco.costanza@desy.de) is member of the DESY-CMS group.

Lab9 & 10: Modern Detection Elements of Medical Imaging System: Signal Processing by X. Peng and Q. Xie (HUST), in SR1, 1st Floor.
Prof. Qingguo Xie (qgxie@hust.edu.cn), is Professor at the Department Unit, PET Instrumentation Development and Multi-modality Medical Imaging Lab, at Huazhong University of Sciences and Technology (HUST), CN.

                  

                  III-  Dedicated Master Class:

CL9
Gravitational Waves by Andrey Saveliev (University of Hamburg) in Hoersaal III (Lecture Hall)
Dr. Andrey Savaliev (andrey.saveliev@desy.de) is postdoc in Astrophysics, at the Institut of Theoretische Physik, University of Hamburg, GE.