|November 16, 2017, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: |
E. Ovcharenko: "Development of simulation, readout and data acquisition methods for the experimental setups and
their application to the RICH detector of the CBM experiment"
(Materials of a PhD thesis)
Contemporary high energy physics experiments, in particular relativistic heavy ion collision experiments, set
tough requirements to the design solutions. More... ( PDF)
|November 14, 2017, at 11.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: |
V. Palichik, A. Shishkin (St.Petersburg State University), N. Voytishin: "Precise Coordinate Reconstruction
in the Cathode Strip Chambers of the CMS Experiment"
The Run2 of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) that we are facing now is characterized with a higher luminosity,
pile-up and energy of the passing particles. This imposes new challenges almost to every part of all the
systems that form the CMS experiment. The Cathode Strip Chambers (CSCs) are one of these parts.
More... ( PDF )
|November 08, 2017, at 11.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: |
D.A. Perepelkin (Ryazan State Radio-engineering University): "Mathematical and software support of adaptive
routing and balancing of data flows in software-configured networks with the provision of network service
(Materials of a doctoral thesis 05.13.11)
Development of models, methods, algorithms and software for adaptive routing and balancing of data streams to
improve the efficiency of the PKS and ensure the quality of network services at the dynamic changes of the
metrics of communication links and the network structure arising due to the load changes and the real
capacity of the communication channels and switching equipment. More... ( PDF)
|October 17, 2017, at 11.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: |
R. L. Smelyansky (Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics MSU): "Use of the SDN and NFV technology for infrastructure management in physical
The report considers the basic principles of SDN and NFV technologies, the concept of scientific service,
examples of applying these technologies to manage the data networks, virtualization of various resources,
the service lifecycle as well as the management of cloud computing in the data center. The report presents
data about the infrastructure and organization of the data processing of physical experiments in the
projects WLCG, LHC.
|September 15, 2017, at 11.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: |
1. M. B. Yuldasheva, O. I. Yuldashev: " Boundary least square method with a 3D high order harmonic
basis for solving linear div-curl systems. "
For a 3D case justification of the boundary least squares method with a high order harmonic basis
which is earlier formulated by authors is offered. More...
2. M. B. Yuldasheva, O. I. Yuldashev: " Applications of a high order harmonic basis for solving some
magnetostatic problems. "
The aim of this work is investigation of possibilities of using high order harmonic basis for solving
some magnetostatic problems. More...
|September 14, 2017, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: |
V. V. Korenkov, G. P. Reshetnikov,
A. G. Reshetnikov, S. V. Ulyanov: " Robotized IT of data processing and intelligent control over
physical installations on the basis of relativistic quantum informatics"
The developed structure of a self-organizing intelligent control systems allows one to include into
its control loop a human factor on the basis of a hybrid cognitive control and to form the databases
taking into account the contingencies of management. More...
|September 12, 2017, at 11.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: |
B.F. Kostenko: " Proton spin puzzle and confinement of quarks"
By means of the Dirac equation written in the cylindrical coordinates, an influence of confinement in the
gluon Y-string region on quark helicities in a high-speed nucleon is investigated.
More... ( PDF)
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