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Signals in Particle Detectors / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture series discusses the mechanisms of signal generation in particle detectors as well as the electronics processing of these signals. The first lecture outlines how signals arise in particle detectors and discusses the Ramo-Shockley theorem and all related electrostatic theory [...]
2019 - 0:57:50. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2019-2020 External link: Event details In : Signals in Particle Detectors
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Signals in Particle Detectors / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture series discusses the mechanisms of signal generation in particle detectors as well as the electronics processing of these signals. The first lecture outlines how signals arise in particle detectors and discusses the Ramo-Shockley theorem and all related electrostatic theory [...]
2019 - 0:58:06. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2019-2020 External link: Event details In : Signals in Particle Detectors
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Signals in Particle Detectors / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture series discusses the mechanisms of signal generation in particle detectors as well as the electronics processing of these signals. The first lecture outlines how signals arise in particle detectors and discusses the Ramo-Shockley theorem and all related electrostatic theory [...]
2019 - 0:59:16. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2019-2020 External link: Event details In : Signals in Particle Detectors
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Signals in Particle Detectors / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture series discusses the mechanisms of signal generation in particle detectors as well as the electronics processing of these signals. The first lecture outlines how signals arise in particle detectors and discusses the Ramo-Shockley theorem and all related electrostatic theory [...]
2019 - 1:05:06. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2019-2020 External link: Event details In : Signals in Particle Detectors
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Wrap-up Session - Signals in Particle Detectors / Riegler, Werner (speaker) (CERN)
This lecture series discusses the mechanisms of signal generation in particle detectors as well as the electronics processing of these signals. The first lecture outlines how signals arise in particle detectors and discusses the Ramo-Shockley theorem and all related electrostatic theory [...]
2019 - 0:47:37. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2019-2020 External link: Event details In : Wrap-up Session - Signals in Particle Detectors
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An application of extensions of the Ramo-Shockley theorem to signals in silicon sensors / Riegler, Werner (CERN)
We discuss an extension of the Ramo-Shockley theorem that allows the calculation of signals in detectors that contain non-linear materials of arbitrary permittivity and finite conductivity (volume resistivity) as well as a static space-charge. The readout-electrodes can be connected by an arbitrary impedance network. [...]
arXiv:1812.07570.- 2019-10-01 - 9 p. - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., A 940 (2019) 453-461 Fulltext: PDF;
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Containers and Orchestration with Docker and Kubernetes / Brito Da Rocha, Ricardo (speaker) (CERN) ; Trigazis, Spyridon (speaker) (CERN)
Abstract: Containers have taken an important role in existing IT configuration and deployment stacks. In the first part of this lecture we will go through the internals of what a container is made of, why they work well as a basic building block for complex applications, and cover cgroups and the different linux namespaces available as the key features they rely on.   The second part will focus on orchestrating complex distributed applications using Kubernetes, which in the last few years has built a large community around it. [...]
2019 - 1:57:49. CERN openlab Summer Student programme 2019 External link: Event details In : Containers and Orchestration with Docker and Kubernetes
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The Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur / Delarive, Patrick (speaker)
  Patrick Delarive is an entrepreneur whose curiosity and ambition are matched by his desire to continuously innovate. Self-made man, he started working at the young age of 15 [...]
2019 - 2:07:18. KT Seminars External link: Event details In : The Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur
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Charged-particle multiplicity at LHC energies / Grosse-Oetringhaus, Jan Fiete (speaker) (CERN)
The talk presents the measurement of the pseudorapidity density and the multiplicity distribution with ALICE at the achieved LHC energies of 0.9 and 2.36 TeV.An overview about multiplicity measurements prior to LHC is given and the related theoretical concepts are briefly discussed.The analysis procedure is presented and the systematic uncertainties are detailed. The applied acceptance corrections and the treatment of diffraction are discussed.The results are compared with model predictions [...]
2010 - Streaming video. CERN Joint EP/PP Seminars External link: Event details In : Charged-particle multiplicity at LHC energies
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Mathematical Modeling of Real World Processes / Wagner, Barbara (speaker) (Weistrass Institute, Berlin, Germany)
From the formation of galaxies to the evolution of the human cell mathematics aims to uncover the underlying abstract structures as an idealized model of reality on all spatial and time scales. Even earlier than writing, mathematics helped to organise and shape the world around us, such as keeping track of life stock, or the seasons to find food or grow crop, and nowadays penetrates each and every part of our lifes. In this talk I will illustrate i) how a mathematical model is conceived as an idealized structure that ii) is amenable to mathematical solutions and iii) allows a physical interpretation that can be validated against an experiment. I will discuss the importance of each step and address the challenges that needs to be overcome to arrive at a viable mathematical model..
2019 - 0:49:42. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Mathematical Modeling of Real World Processes

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