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In SASII summed up the first year of the Problem key Laboratory for High Energy Physics

In SASII summed up the first year of the Problem key Laboratory for High Energy Physics

April 17 a meeting of the Scientific Council of the Problem key Laboratory for High Energy Physics (hereinafter - the key laboratory), which was formed at the initiative SASII in 2013 to promote the further development of international scientific and technical cooperation between Ukraine and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).

At a meeting of the members of the Council heard a report on the results of phase 1 11 R & D activities within the framework of key laboratories.

According to experts, through scientific research laboratories within its key stakeholders in a short period was received substantial research results in the field of high energy physics. In particular, Ltd. "LED technologies Ukraine" analyzes the main characteristics and the choice of material of construction for switching cards - lakofolhovoho dielectric DIF-A, source data and requirements for the creation of new detector modules for experiments in high energy physics.

Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University as a result of one stage of scientific and technical work within the framework of key laboratory established algorithms and programming models for odnochipovyh and bahatochipovyh panel detector based micro-gas detectors such as Micromegas / Ingrid. A comparison of the calculated values ​​obtained experimentally can be used to determine future tasks CERN experiments.

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics in the international scientific and technical cooperation between Ukraine and CERN (ALICE collaboration and NA61/SHINE) studied the strongly matter produced in collisions of hadrons and nuclei at high energy accelerators of CERN. Fundamental studies were conducted in three areas: the development of theoretically-field approximation to study sylnovzayemodiynoyi matter; phenomenology of quark-gluon, and hadronnoyi nuclear matter; processing, analysis of experimental data and modeling of detectors and interaction processes of heavy ions. Institute scientists had studied two models chotyrykvarkovoyi interactions that are substantially different behavior of their correlation lengths in regard to quark condensation. We found that the quark condensates, however, are sensitive to interactions in the range of values ​​of the coupling constants of interest to applications. A statistical model of the birth of strange particles within the canonical ensemble and made predictions for future experiments NA61 collaboration at CERN on the accelerator SPS. Based on the results of basic research is published and sent for publication 12 articles in such journals as Nucl.Phys. B, arXiv, Phys. Rev. C.

Due to the emergence of a new generation of accelerators, such as LHC CERN (Switzerland), a sharp increase in radiation exposure of irradiated detectors used in these installations has become very topical theme of the search for new inorganic scintillation materials for use in detectors of the Large Hadron Collider with increased luminosity, which served as part of a key laboratory of the Institute for Scintillation Materials.

Projects in the field of high energy physics put forward a number of stringent requirements for properties of scintillators. The first is a small time glow, high radiation resistance, sufficient scintillation efficiency and transparency of the material to scintillation photons. At one stage, the scientific and technical work of the Institute for Research of optical and scintillation properties and radiation stability of the material that will be used as the basis of composite scintillators, the possibility of creating radiation-resistant scintillation systems and the prospects for their use detectors of the Large Hadron Collider.

The main objective of the project is also implemented within the framework of key laboratories National Science Center "Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology", was involved in the distributed processing of information accumulated in the CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN (Geneva).

Using the resources of specialized computer complex NSC "KhPTI" - T2 Center (T2_UA_KIPT), which is an active element computational grid infrastructure experiment CMS, researchers have been received for processing data from the Large Hadron Collider, created and perfected specific algorithms for the analysis of the physical data and computer 'aided modeling experiment, CMS. Support this project will ensure continued participation of Ukraine in research in high energy physics and particle at the Large Hadron Collider.

Following the discussion, the Scientific Council approved the results of one phase of research in the field of high energy physics in the framework of key laboratories and recommended the study continue to implement the international scientific and technical cooperation between Ukraine and CERN.