L I P

Laboratório de Instrumentação e Física Experimental de Partículas

L I P

L I P [PARTICLES AND TECHNOLOGY]

CMS

Collaboration in the CMS experiment at CERN


// LHC experiments and phenomenology

Experiências LHC e Fenomenologia

The research at the LHC is central to the quest for the fundamental physics laws of nature. LIP is member of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) since its creation in 1992. LIP had a leading role in the design and construction of important components of the CMS detector, namely the data acquisition system of the ECAL sub-detector, used for the measurement of electrons and photons, and the CMS trigger system that performs the online selection of the interesting collisions. After the LHC start-up in 2010 LIP made major contributions to the CMS physics program, in particular: the discovery of a Higgs boson; the measurement of the top quark properties; the first observation of rare B meson decays; the measurement of the psi and upsilon polarizations; and the searches for a charged Higgs and a for a supersymmetric partner of the top quark. A LIP group member has served as Deputy Spokesperson of the Collaboration in 2012-13.

After a two-year shutdown the LHC resumed operation in 2015 with the energy increased to 13 TeV. In preparation for the new beam conditions, the LIP group contributed to the upgrade of the experiment by building and installing a large set of high-speed optical links (oSLB-oRM) that interface the ECAL electronics to the trigger system.The LIP group led the development of the new CTPPS forward proton spectrometer, which took physics data integrated in CMS in 2016-17-18. CTPPS has proven for the first time the feasibility of operating a near-beam proton spectrometer at high luminosity on a regular basis. Since 2018 the project has been organized as a fully integrated sub detector of CMS, named PPS, with one LIP member serving as deputy Project Manager. The group is actively involved and contributing to the physics analysis of the new data in the areas of top physics, Higgs physics, B physics, Supersymmetry, and PPS physics.

The group is participating in the CMS Phase 2 Upgrade for the High-Luminosity LHC. R&D in collaboration with Portuguese industry is being pursued in view of the development of microelectronics blocks for the front end readout systems of the MIPTiming Detector (MTD), the Electromagnetic Calorimeter (ECAL), and the High Granularity Calorimeter (HGCAL). The LIP group is taking a leading responsibility in the development of the readout system of the MTD barrel. The development, prototyping and integration with detector modules is being performed in the TagusLIP laboratory.

Group webpage at LIP


// Research Area
Física Experimental de Partículas com aceleradores
Contacts
Group Leader:  
Michele Gallinaro

michgall@cern.ch


 


  • Vector Boson Scattering Processes: Status and Prospects
  • Author(s):  M. Gallinaro et al.
  • Submission:  2021-06-02, Acceptance:  2022-03-17, Publication:  2022-04-01
  • Reference:  Reviews in Physics, 2022, 100071   View publication

  • Measurement of the inclusive and differential t(t)over-bar gamma cross sections in the single-lepton channel and EFT interpretation at root s=13 TeV
  • Author(s):  CMS Collaboration (2329 authors)
  • Submission:  2021-12-23, Acceptance:  2021-12-23, Publication:  2021-12-23
  • Reference:  J. High Energy Phys. 12 (2021) 180  

  • Measurement of the top quark mass using events with a single reconstructed top quark in pp collisions at root s=13 TeV
  • Author(s):  CMS Collaboration (2339 authors)
  • Submission:  2021-12-22, Acceptance:  2021-12-22, Publication:  2021-12-22
  • Reference:  J. High Energy Phys. 12 (2021) 161  

  • Lepton universality tests and searches for charged lepton violation at CMS
  • Author(s):  M. Gallinaro (on behalf of the CMS collaboration)
  • Submission:  2021-12-22, Acceptance:  2021-12-22, Publication:  2021-12-22
  • Reference:  CMS CR-2021/281  

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  • ANTS
  •  Anger camera-type detector simulation and experimental data processing tools.
  •     website


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Alessio Boletti
Lisboa

Alexandre André
Lisboa

Beatriz Amorim
Lisboa

Cristóvão Silva
Lisboa

Diogo de Bastos
Lisboa

Giacomo Molin
Lisboa

Giles Strong
Lisboa
External Collaborator

Henrique Legoinha
Lisboa

Jean Luo
Lisboa

João Seixas
Lisboa
External Collaborator

João Varela
Lisboa

Johan Wulff
Lisboa

Jonathan Hollar
Lisboa

José Carlos Silva
Lisboa

Luis Ferramacho
Lisboa
External Collaborator

Luisa Roesler
Lisboa

Manuel Abreu
Lisboa

Manuel Afonso Ratola
Lisboa

Mariana Araújo
Lisboa

Matteo Pisano
Lisboa

Michele Gallinaro
Lisboa

Miguel Silveira
Lisboa
External Collaborator

Nuno Leonardo
Lisboa

Pedrame Bargassa
Lisboa
External Collaborator

Pedro Batista
Lisboa

Pedro Ferreira da Silva
Lisboa
External Collaborator

Pietro Faccioli
Lisboa

Ricardo Bugalho
Lisboa
External Collaborator

Rui Pereira da Silva
Lisboa

Simão Costa
Lisboa

Sónia Paulo D’Azevedo
Lisboa

Tahereh Niknejad
Lisboa


  • Collaboration in the Phase 2 Upgrade of the CMS experiment at CERN
  • Code:  CERN/FIS-INS/0029/2021
  • Dates :  2021-09-16 :  2023-09-15
  • Funding:  200,000.00 €  

  • Collaboration in the operation and physics data analysis at the CMS experiment at CERN
  • Code:  CERN/FIS-PAR/0005/2021
  • Dates :  2021-11-01 :  2023-10-31
  • Funding:  185,000.00 €  

  • Precision timining with forward protons at the HL-LHC
  • Code:  PTDC/FIS-PAR/1214/2021
  • Dates :  2022-01-01 :  2024-12-31
  • Funding:  248,366.00 €  

  • A Design Study for a Muon Collider complex at 10 TeV center of mass
  • Code:  MuCol - Proposal 101094300
  • Dates :  1000-01-01 :  9999-12-31
  • Funding:  3,000,000.00 €  

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