Joint Institute For Nuclear Research EnergyCERN - European Organization for Nuclear Research Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear

XXII International Symposium on
Nuclear Electronics & Computing

Preliminary Program


NEW! Preliminary Program (Last UpDate : 29/07/2009)





September, 07

Opening

1. T. Kurtyka (CERN). Collaboration of CERN with CIS and South-East-European Countries - Status and Prospects

2. N. Russakovich (JINR). Strategic Plan of JINR Development

TRIGGERING AND DATA ACQUISITION at LH

1. S. Cittolin (CERN). Overview of the Data Acquisition systems at LHC. The CMS experience

2. L. Mapelli (CERN). The ATLAS Data Acquisition system: Why and How we did it like that




September, 08

DETECTOR & NUCLEAR ELECTRONICS

1. L.P. Dimitrov, G.M. Mitev (INRNE BAS). Novel current mirrors application in high side current sensing in multichannel power supplies

2. A.I. Klimov, K.N. Kozlov, S.P.Kulik, S.N.Molotkov, I.E. Ostashev, V.I. Zaitsev ( Russian Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”, Moscow, Russia, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, Institute of Solid State Physics, Moscow Region, Chernogolovka). Single-photon detector for telecom wave-length

3. M. Chelnokov, V. Chepigin , A. Isaev, A. Kuznetsov, E. Kuznetsov, O. Malishev, A. Svirikhin, A. Yeremin (”Tekhinvest” Ltd., Moscow, Russia, JINR). System of registration of the experimental information at the «VASILISSA» separator

4. E. Kuznetsov (”Tekhinvest” Ltd., Moscow, Russia). Electronic devices for nuclear research

5 . Yu.S. Tsyganov (JINR). Statistical model of PIPS detector operating in a real-time mode

6. J. Ferencei (ATLAS Liquid Argon Calorimeter Group, CERN and Institute of Experimental Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences). Operation of the ATLAS End-cap Calorimeters at sLHC Luminosities, an Experimental Study

7. A. Talyshev (Atlas Liquid Argon Calorimeter Group, CERN and Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia). Commissioning of the ATLAS Liquid Argon calorimeter

8. J. Leveque (ATLAS Liquid Argon Calorimeter Group, CERN and Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille (CPPM), France). Monitoring and data quality assessment for the ATLAS Liquid Argon calorimeter at the LHC

ACCELERATOR AND EXPERIMENT AUTOMATION CONTROL SYSTEMS. TRIGGERING AND DATA ACQUISITION

1. M.L. Chelnokov, O. Dorvaux , K. Hauschild, A.N. Kuznetzov, A. Lopez-Martens, O.N. Malyshev, A.G. Popeko, A.I. Svirikhin, A.V. Yeremin (JINR, CSNSM, IN2P3-CNRS, F-91405 Orsay Campus, France, 3 IReS, IN2P3-CNRS, F-67037 Strasbourg, France). Data acquisition system for VASSSILISSA separator

2. V. Andreev, A. Butenko, A. Kirichenko, S. Romanov, G. Trubnikov, V. Volkov (JINR). New Nuclotron Beam Intensity Monitoring Subsystem

3. A.S. Kirilov, S.M. Murashkevich, R.J. Okulov, T.B. Petukhova (JINR). Development of the remote control of the spectrometers on the IBR-2M reactor

4. V. Kotov, N. Russakovich (JINR). Development of the SYSTEM REMOTE ACCESS REAL TIME (SRART) at JINR for monitoring and quality assessment of data from the ATLAS LHC experiment (Concept and architecture of prototype SRART ATLAS&JINR)

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND NEW METHODS IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

1. R. Brun (CERN). ROOT: Status and roadmap

2. V. Palichik (JINR). TeV muons: from data handling to new physics phenomena

3. K. Gigov, E. Nikolova, K. Stoev, R. Valcheva (INRNE BAS, JDS Uniphase, Otava, Canada). Software for Total Reflection X-Ray - Fluorescent Analysis

4. V. Slavnic (Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia). SPEEDUP - optimization and porting of path integral MC code to new computing architectures

5. A. Zemla (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland). Using Support Vector Machine algorithm SVM for multivariate data analysis in HEP experiments

6. A.V. Lyubimova, K.N. Markov, M.G. Soukhanov (VNIIgeosystem, Moscow, Russia). Spatial geomodelling for environmental monitoring: solution of the problems with GIS
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND NEW METHODS IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

7. A. Lebedev, S. Lebedev, G. Ososkov ( JINR, GSI Helmholtzzentrum fu"r Schwerionenforschung GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany). Pattern recognition methods for data handling of the CBM experiment

8. E. Akishina T.Akishina, O.Denisova, V.Ivanov (JINR). Electron/Pion Identification with the Transition Radiation Detector in the CBM experiment

9. T.Akishina, O. Denisova V. Ivanov (JINR). On electron/pion identification using a multilayer perceptron in the CBM TRD

10. E.P. Shabalin, A.E. Verhoglyadov (JINR). Monte-Carlo calculations for increasing of very cold neutrons flux

11. Yu.S. Tsyganov, V.B. Zlokazov (JINR). Half-life time estimation under indefinite ‘mother - daughter’ relation

12. A. Belushkin, A. Ioffe, S. Kulikov, S. Manoshin, V. Zhuravlev (JINR, Ju"lich Centre for Neutron Science, Mu"nchen, Germany). Vitess software package: simulations of neutron instruments

13. I.A. Filozova, V.V. Korenkov, G. Musulmanbekov (JINR). Towards open Access Publishing at JINR

14. E.G. Nikonov, D.A. Oleynik, A.Sh. Petrosyan, A.V. Prikhodko, R.N. Semenov (JINR). Software for organizing the information & data support for scientific community activities




September, 10

GRID COMPUTING

1. J. Kitowski (Institute of Computer Sci. & Academic Computer Centre CYFRONET AGH University of Science and Technology). National Grid initiative in Poland for supporting computational science in the European research space

2. M. Lokajicek (Institute of Physics AS CR, Czech Republic). Prague Tier2 computing centre evolution
3. V.Slavnic, D. Vudragovic (Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia). Serbian participation in Grid computing projects

4. V. Ilyin, V. Korenkov, A. Soldatov (SINP MSU, Moscow, Russia, JINR, RRC “Kurchatov Institute”, Russia). RDIG (Russian Data Intensive Grid) e-Infrastructure: status and plans

5. J. Shiers (CERN). A Specialized Support Centre for Large International Grid Communities (SLIC)

6. D. Malon (Argonne National Laboratory, USA ). Metadata and supporting technologies for event stores at the petascale and beyond

7. N. Kuvshinova, N. Marusov, I. Semenov, V. Voznesensky (ITER Russian Domestic Agency, RRC “Kurchatov Institute”, Moscow, Russia). Concept of ITER data management in Grid

8. I. Gorbunov (SINP MSU, Moscow, Russia). Parallel computing in Grid using virtualization

9. T. Kouba (Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic). A centralized administration of the Grid infrastructure using cfengine

10. V. Dimitrov (Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria). Experience with gLite at University of Sofia

LHC COMPUTING

1. J. Shiers (CERN). WLCG Project Status Report: Grids step-up to a set of new records: Scale Testing for the Experiment Programme ‘09 (STEP’09)

2. A. Klimentov (Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA). ATLAS Computing

3. P.Kreuzer (CERN/ RWTH Aachen). CMS Experience on the GRID

4. A. Tsaregorodtsev (Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille). Building the LHCb community grid solution with DIRAC

5. P. Nevski (Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA). Reprocessing ATLAS detector data with the distributed Production System

6. L. Levchuk (NSC Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology, Ukraine). Preparation of KIPT (Kharkov) computing facilities for CMS data analysis

7. E. Tikhonenko (JINR). RDMS CMS computing activities to satisfy LHC data processing and analysis scenario

8. M.Demichev, A.Dolbilov, N.Gromova, M.M.Shiyakova, A. Zhemchugov, P.Zrelov (JINR). Readiness of the JINR grid segment to process the first ATLAS data




September, 11

GRID COMPUTING AT JINR AND JINR MEMBER STATES

1. Gh. Adam, V.V. Ivanov, V.V. Korenkov, T.A. Strizh, P.V. Zrelov (JINR). Perspectives of JINR Grid-infrastructure

2. H. Astsatryan (Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia). Introduction of Armenian national Grid infrastructure

3. S.Ganbarova (Institute of Physics of Azerbaijan National Academy of Science). Construction of Azerbaijan National Grid Segment

4. E. Magradze (Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia). Steps of deployment and development of Armenian-Georgian Grid infrastructure

5. I.Korolko (Institute of Theoretical an Experimental Physics, Moscow, Russia). ITEP LCG facilities

Computer Networks for Scientific Research

O. Martin (ICTconsulting, Switzerland). Internet evolution scenarios

GRID MONITORING

1. J. Andreeva (CERN). VO-specific monitoring systems of the LHC experiments and their role in the monitoring of the WLCG infrastructure

2. I. Sidorova, on behalf of the Dashboard group (CERN , JINR). Job monitoring for the LHC experiments

3. S. Belov (JINR). Experience in development of Grid monitoring and accounting systems in Russia

4. A. Anisyonkov (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia & CERN). ATLAS Data Replications Monitor

H.F. Hoffmann (CERN). Open collaboration as tool to address great challenges




September, 12

Round Table: Innovative IT Education : Experience and Trends

1. E. Cheremisina (Dubna University, Russia). Innovative IT education in Dubna International University
2. Yu. S. Sakharov (Dubna University, Russia). Innovative and educational technologies in Dubna (RF)

3. S.D. Belov, V.V. Korenkov, N.A. Kutovskiy (JINR). Educational Grid infrastructure: status and plans

4. D.A. Artemenkov, V.V. Belaga, I.A. Lomachenkov, Yu.A. Panebratsev, P.I. Semchukov, N.E. Sidorov, A.V. Shoshin, M.S. Stetsenko, N.I. Vorontsova (JINR, Dubna University, Russia). Teaching methodological complex ‘Physics - Spheres’ as the component of modern interdisciplinary information educational environment

5. V.V. Belaga, K.V. Klygina, Yu.A.Panebratsev, T.I. Rufanova, M.S.Stetsenko, M. Yu. Ushankova (JINR, Dubna University, Russia). The collective modeling environment as the instrument for organization of collective work in class

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