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The computational resources required for this work were accessed via the GlideinWMS? \citep{Sfiligoi2009} on the Open Science Grid \citep{Pordes2008}.

[Sfiligoi2009] Sfiligoi, I., Bradley, D. C., Holzman, B., Mhashilkar, P., Padhi, S. & Wurthwein, F. (2009). 2009 WRI World Congress on Computer Science and Information Engineering, Vol. 2, edited by M. Burgin, M. H. Chowdhury, C. H. Ham, S. Ludwig, W. Su & S. Yenduri, pp. 428432. Los Alamitos: IEEE Computer Society. doi:10.1109/CSIE.2009.950.

[Pordes2008] Pordes, R. et al. (2007). J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 78, 012057.

 

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  • We are adding a measurement of the top Afb at CMS in the dilepton final state. The goal is to either confirm or rule out the CDF top Afb anomaly. This is harder at CMS than at CDF because the initial state is proton proton. The only way an Afb can be measured is by looking into the high eta region where there is a significant q qbar production rate with qbar from sea quarks. The direction is given by the valence quark direction.
  • We are adding an attempt to search for stop pair production via making a precision measurement of top pair kinematics. The most sought after corner of phase space where low energy supersymmetry might be hiding is stop pair production for stop masses close to the top mass.
  • We will continue many but probably not all of our 2011 analyses also on the 2012 data. Details depend somewhat on student and post-doc interests.

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  • MET commissioning (CMS PAS)
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  • ttbar to lnulnujj (CMS publication)
  • same sign and opposite sign dilepton SUSY searches (three different CMS PAS)
  • new physics at large shat with dileptons (CMS PAS)

A "PAS" is a Public Analysis Summary. It's a peer reviewed online publication by the CMS experiment, a collaboration of 1500 or so physicists. An "Analysis Note" is an internal CMS document that is not peer reviewed.

The basic ideas is to focus on new physics searches with 2 or more leptons. The rational is that the LHC is the only time in my lifetime when I will see such a large increase in center of mass energy. The very nature of hadron colliders means that the LHC has somewhere around 4-6 orders of magnitude more cross section than the Tevatron at the "high energy frontier". Add to this a factor of two larger design luminosity, and it's a chance that I probably will never see again.

As a result, I do not want to waste the next 5 years on anything but searches for new physics !!!

 

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People active on CMS software and computing:

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All the students, researchers, and faculty are active in CMS physics to differing degrees. Our interests in CMS physics revolve around 2 or more leptons in the final state. Basically the same final states as we worked on in CDF, but with more of a thrust towards discovery than measuring Standard Model processes.

As CMS has not started real data taking, there is no results worth reporting here.

What we have done recently includes:

  • MET commissioning (CMS PAS)
  • WW to lnulnu (CMS PAS)
  • ttbar to lnulnujj (CMS PAS)
  • some initial SUSY studies, (Analysis notes on dilepton same sign and opposite sign at CMS)
  • new physics with boosted Zs

A "PAS" is a Public Analysis Summary. It's a peer reviewed online publication by the CMS experiment, a collaboration of 1500 or so physicists. An "Analysis Note" is an internal CMS document that is not peer reviewed.

The basic ideas is to focus on new physics searches with 2 or more leptons. The rational is that the LHC is the only time in my lifetime when I will see such a large increase in center of mass energy. The very nature of hadron colliders means that the LHC has somewhere around 4-6 orders of magnitude more cross section than the Tevatron at the "high energy frontier". Add to this a factor of two larger design luminosity, and it's a chance that I probably will never see again.

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All the students, researchers, and faculty are active in CMS physics to differing degrees. Our interests in CMS physics revolve around 2 or more leptons in the final state. Basically the same final states as we worked on in CDF, but with more of a thrust towards discovery than measuring Standard Model processes.

As CMS has not started data taking, there is no results worth reporting here.

What we have done recently includes:

  • MET commissioning (CMS PAS)
  • WW to lnulnu (CMS PAS)
  • ttbar to lnulnujj (CMS PAS)
  • some initial SUSY studies, (Analysis notes on dilepton same sign and opposite sign at CMS)
  • new physics with boosted Zs

The basic ideas is to focus on new physics searches with 2 or more leptons. The rational is that the LHC is the only time in my lifetime when I will see such a large increase in center of mass energy. The very nature of hadron colliders means that the LHC has somewhere around 4-6 orders of magnitude more cross section than the Tevatron at the "high energy frontier". Add to this a factor of two larger design luminosity, and it's a chance that I probably will never see again.

As a result, I do not want to waste the next 5 years on anything but searches for new physics !!!

 

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  • Tony Myers (undergraduate)
  • Robert Chen (undergraduate
  • Alison McCrea? (undergraduate)
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  • Frank Wuerthwein (faculty)

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CMS heavily relies on OSG for its computing needs, so a lot of effort is shared between the two.

In this section we present only information that is OSG specific and may not have direct, short term use in CMS.

People active on OSG computing:

  • Jeffrey Dost (undergraduate)
  • Christopher Theissen (undergraduate)
  • Terrence Martin (Computing Staff)
  • Sanjay Padhi (Researcher)
  • Haifeng Pi (Researcher)
  • Igor Sfiligoi (Computing Staff)
  • Frank WuerthWein? (faculty)

People that contributed in the past:

  • Amir Eibagi (undergraduate)
  • Jose Antonio Coarasa Perez (Computing Staff)

Roles in OSG:

  • Member of the Executive Team (Frank Wuerthwein)
  • Leader of the Scalability, Reliability and Usability Area (Igor Sfiligoi)

Subtasks:

  • Scalability and reliability of the storage components (Haifeng Pi)
  • Development of monitoring tools (Jeffrey Dost)
  • Development of scalability tools (Igor Sfiligoi, Christopher Theissen, J.A.P. Coaras)

While OSG usually does not develop software, the OSG scalability etc. work required tools that were not readily available, so new tools have to be developped.

The tools are hosted on sourceforge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/osgscal/.

Publications:

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Our group is also involved in the development of Grid Workload Management Systems (WMS).

The current R&D effort is oriented toward the development of CorralWMS, an integration of glideinWMS and Corral. The effort is a collaboration of UCSD, Fermilab and ISI.

People involved from our group:

  • Frank Wuerthwein (co-PI)
  • Igor Sfiligoi (Senior personnel & former lead developper of glideinWMS)
  • ... (Student)

JavascriptRRD?

Our group has developped, and is maintaining, a Javascript-based library for reading an plotting RRD databases.

The package is hosted on sourceforge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/javascriptrrd/.

It is currently being used in glideinWMS and CorralWMS? (see above).

People involved from our group:

  • Igor Sfiligoi (lead developper)
  • Frank Wuerthwein (support developper)
 

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  • Rami Vanguri (undergraduate)
  • Shih-Chieh Hsu (graduate student - accepted Chamberlain Fellowship to work on Atlas at Berkeley starting May 2008)
  • Matt Norman (graduate student)
  • Elliot Lipeles (post-doc, starting faculty job at UPenn on June 1st 2008)
  • Mark Neubauer (former post-doc. Faculty at UIUC since Fall 2007)
  • fkw (faculty)

Bottom line, the CDF effort is winding down. All that's left to do is finish off a couple analyses, and write papers for them.

Public CDF Results from UCSD

Ongoing analyses

  • Triple gauge couplings in WW in the lnulnu final state.
  • Triple gauge couplings in WZ in the jjll final state.
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  • Shih-Chieh Hsu (former graduate student, now Chamberlain Fellowship to work on Atlas at Berkeley since May 2008)
  • Matt Norman (former graduate student, now computing infrastructure developer with CMS)
  • Elliot Lipeles (former post-doc, starting faculty job at UPenn on June 1st 2008)
  • Mark Neubauer (former post-doc. Faculty at UIUC since Fall 2007)
  • fkw (faculty)

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    • Use of glide-ins in CMS for production and analysis (also CMS CR-2009/081)
    • A Grid Job Monitoring System
    • CREAM-CE: First experiences, results and requirements of the 4 LHC experiments
    • The commissioning of CMS sites: improving site reliability
    • Bringing the CMS Distributed Computing System into Scalable Operations
    • Pseudo-interactive monitoring in distributed computing
    • Flexible Session Management in a Distributed System
    • The condor scalability paper by Igor and Dan (need to find the name)
    • SVOPME: A Scalable Virtual Organization Privileges Management Environment
    • CDF software distribution on Grid using Parrot
    • CDF GlideinWMS? usage in Grid computing in High Energy Physics
  • The commissioning of CMS computing centres in the worldwide LHC comuting Grid (Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record 2008, NSS '08 IEEE)
  • The commissioning of CMS computing centres in the WLCG Grid (ACAT 08, 043, XII Advanced Computing and Analysis Techniques in Physics Research 2008, Erice, Italy) (EGEE-08, Istanbul, Sept. 22-26, 2008)
  • Definition and Implementation of a SAML-XACML Profile for Authorization Interoperability across Grid Middleware in OSG and EGEE (Journal of Grid Computing)
  • Pilot Job Accounting and Auditing in Open Science Grid (IEEE Grid 2008
  • The pilot way to Grid resources using glideinWMS (CSIE 09)

CMS Physics

  All the students, researchers, and faculty are active in CMS physics to differing degrees. Our interests in CMS physics revolve around 2 or more leptons in the final state. Basically the same final states as we worked on in CDF, but with more of a thrust towards discovery than measuring Standard Model processes.

As CMS has not started data taking, there is no results worth reporting here.

What we have done recently includes:

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The physics focus on CMS is to leanr about the detector by repeating the analysis we have done on data at CDF now in Monte Carlo at CMS. The objective is NOT to actually do a realistic analysis yet, but rather to learn what the main issues are in reconstruction, and start improving the CMS reconstruction software.

  We work closely with Claudio Campagnari's group at UCSB, Avi Yagil's group at UCSD, and Lothar Bauerdick's group at FNAL.
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The basic ideas is to focus on new physics searches with 2 or more leptons. The rational is that the LHC is the only time in my lifetime when I will see such a large increase in center of mass energy. The very nature of hadron colliders means that the LHC has somewhere around 4-6 orders of magnitude more cross section than the Tevatron at the "high energy frontier". Add to this a factor of two larger design luminosity, and it's a chance that I probably will never see again.

As a result, I do not want to waste the next 5 years on anything but searches for new physics !!!

 -- FkW - 21 Feb 2008

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  • Triple gauge couplings in WW in the lnulnu final state.
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  • Search for WZ' production (motivated by a single event in lllnu in first 1fb-1 of data)
    • In lllnu final state
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CMS

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  • James Letts (Researcher)
  • Terrence Martin (Computing Staff)
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  • Haifeng Pi (Researcher)
  • Abhishek Rana (Computing Staff)
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CMS Physics

All the students, researchers, and faculty are active in CMS physics to differing degrees. Our interests in CMS physics revolve around 2 or more leptons in the final state. Basically the same final states as we worked on in CDF, but with more of a thrust towards discovery than measuring Standard Model processes.

As CMS has not started data taking, there is no results worth reporting here.

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  • Shih-Chieh Hsu (graduate student - accepted Chamberlain Fellowship to work on Atlas at Berkeley starting May 2008)
  • Matt Norman (graduate student)
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  • Mark Neubauer (former post-doc. Faculty at UIUC since Fall 2007)
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Physics with CDF

The people active on CDF within the last year are:

  • Rami Vanguri (undergraduate)
  • Shih-Chieh Hsu (graduate student - accepted Chamberlain Fellowship to work on Atlas at Berkeley starting May 2008)
  • Matt Norman (graduate student)
  • Elliot Lipeles (post-doc, soon to be faculty at XXX (not allowed to tell yet))
  • Mark Neubauer (former post-doc. Faculty at UIUC since Fall 2007)
  • fkw (faculty)

Bottom line, the CDF effort is winding down. All that's left to do is finish off a couple analyses, and write papers for them.

Public CDF Results from UCSD

CMS

This is where the focus is going now. Within the years 2004-2007, our focus was primarily on CMS computing, while doing physics only on CDF, where there was data. As we get closer to LHC data taking this is changing.

The physics focus on CMS is to leanr about the detector by repeating the analysis we have done on data at CDF now in Monte Carlo at CMS. The objective is NOT to actually do a realistic analysis yet, but rather to learn what the main issues are in reconstruction, and start improving the CMS reconstruction software.

We work closely with Claudio Campagnari's group at UCSB, Avi Yagil's group at UCSD, and Lothar Bauerdick's group at FNAL.

CMS Computing

People active on CMS computing:

  • Bruce Thayre (undergraduate)
  • Rami Vanguri (undergraduate)
  • Toni Coarasa (Researcher)
  • James Letts (Researcher)
  • Terrence Martin (Computing Staff)
  • Haifeng Pi (Researcher)
  • Abhishek Rana (Computing Staff)
  • fkw (faculty)

-- FkW - 21 Feb 2008

 
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