Rules

Rules of IFJ PAN PPSS

Lectures

Excercises

Projects

Projects descriptions are in this document.

Project assignment

Projects - Summary

  1. A preprocessing of data from the gamma radiation detector
    • Supervisor: dr inż. Piotr Kapusta; Department of Leptonic Interactions (NZ11)
    • Presentation (06/07; 12:30 - 12:40), Record
    • Students: Suraj Kumar Singh, Sergiusz Warga
    • project cancelled
  2. Study of semi-inclusive characteristics for B → D/DshX decays at Belle II
    • Supervisor: dr Olga Werbycka; Department of Leptonic Interactions (NZ11)
    • Presentation (06/07; 12:40 - 12:50), Record
    • Students: Nazar Semkiv, Arantza Pineda Gonzalez, 3rd place (ex aequo)
    • Student's report (31/07; 09:22 - 09:34), Record
  3. Reconstruction of hadronic showers in ATLAS Forward Proton detectors
    • Supervisors: dr Rafał Staszewski, mgr inż. Krzysztof Cieśla; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (06/07; 12:50 - 13:00), Record
    • Students: Piotr Skała, Adam Gomulka
    • Student's report (31/07; 09:34 - 09:46), Record
  4. Analysis of Cluster Shapes in the ATLAS AFP Detector
    • Supervisor: dr Maciej Trzebiński; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (06/07; 13:00 - 13:10), Record
    • Students: Maciej Kuta, Viktoriia Lysenko
    • Student's report (31/07; 09:46 - 09:58), Record
  5. Analysis of Proton Transport Through LHC
    • Supervisor: dr Maciej Trzebiński; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (06/07; 13:20 - 13:30), Record
    • Students: Kacper Pryga, Vladyslav Rezohlazov
    • Student's report (31/07; 09:58 - 10:10), Record
  6. Detector Control System for AFP detector in ATLAS experiment at CERN: design of graphical user interfaces
    • Supervisor: dr inż. Elżbieta Banaś; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (06/07; 13:30 - 13:40), Record
    • Students: Aleksandra Baszak, Joseph Cave, 1st place
    • Student's report, also pptx (31/07; 10:20 - 10:32), Record
  7. Reconstruction of particle tracks using Deep Neural Networks
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Marcin Wolter; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (06/07; 13:40 - 13:50), Record
    • Students: Eyup Unlu, Tymoteusz Ciesielski
    • Student's report (31/07; 10:32 - 10:44), Record
  8. Charged particle production in Xe+Xe collisions
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Krzysztof Woźniak; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (06/07; 13:50 - 14:00), Record
    • Students: Louis Sayer, Teodora Prtenjak
    • Student's report (31/07; 10:44 - 10:56), Record
  9. Detection of Cosmic-Ray Ensembles
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Krzysztof Woźniak; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (06/07; 14:00 - 14:10), Record
    • Students: Filip Rękawek, Alexia Mavrantoni, 2nd place
    • Student's report (31/07; 10:56 - 11:08), Record
  10. Search for the new physics in the ATLAS detector at the LHC
    • Supervisor: dr Bartłomiej Żabiński; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (06/07; 14:10 - 14:20), Record
    • Students: Dominika Pacura, Marek Młynarski
    • Student's report (31/07; 11:08 - 11:20), Record
  11. Bayesian Analysis of Cosmic Rays data for Earthquake Predictions
    • Supervisor: dr David Alvarez; Department of Cosmic Ray Research and Neutrino Studies (NZ15)
    • Presentation, also in pptx, (06/07; 14:20 - 14:30), Record
    • Students: Oleksandr Skorenok, Ophir Moshe Ruimi
    • Student's report, also pptx (31/07; 11:30 - 11:42), Record
  12. Search for lepton violation in τ- → μ- μ- μ+ decays with Run2 of LHCb data
    • Supervisors: dr hab. Marcin Chrząszcz, dr Jihyun Bhom; The LHCb Experiment Department (NZ17)
    • Presentation (06/07; 14:30 - 14:40), Record
    • Students: Mitanshu Thakore, Vladyslav Orlov
    • Student's report (31/07; 11:42 - 11:54), Record
  13. Particle production with electromagnetic heavy-ion dissociation at LHC energy
    • Supervisor: dr Mariola Kłusek-Gawenda; Department of Theory of Strong and Multiple-body Interactions (NZ21)
    • Presentation (06/07; 14:40 - 14:50), Record
    • Students: Mobin Moradi, Pawel Jucha
    • Student's report (31/07; 11:54 - 12:06), Record
  14. Measurement of the J/Ψ production in dense and hot nuclear medium at ultra-relativistic energies with ALICE
    • Supervisor: dr Jacek Biernat; Department of the Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Physics and Hadron Interactions (NZ23)
    • Presentation (06/07; 14:50 - 15:00), Record
    • Students: Niko Melikidze
    • Student's report (31/07; 12:06 - 12:18), Record
  15. Photon reconstruction via Photon Conversion Method in the ALICE experiment at LHC
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Adam Matyja; Department of the Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Physics and Hadron Interactions (NZ23)
    • Presentation (06/07; 15:00 - 15:10), Record
    • Students: Mariami Chabrava, Giorgi Grigolia
    • Student's report (31/07; 12:18 - 12:30), Record
  16. Particle correlations in ultrarelativistic ion collisions with ALICE at LHC
    • Supervisor: dr Iwona Sputowska; Department of the Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Physics and Hadron Interactions (NZ23)
    • Presentation (06/07; 15:10 - 15:20), Record
    • Students: Natalia Lisowska, Kuba Krawczyk
    • Student's report (31/07; 12:40 - 12:52), Record
  17. ROOT4KaTie
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Andreas van Hameren; Department of Particle Theory (NZ42)
    • Presentation (06/07; 15:20 - 15:30), Record
    • Students: Ilia Elmanov, Anna Elmanova
    • Student's report (31/07; 12:52 - 13:04), Record
  18. Fast computations for global analysis of parton distributions
    • Supervisor: dr Aleksander Kusina; Department of Particle Theory (NZ42)
    • Presentation (06/07; 15:30 - 15:40), Record
    • Students: Swapnil Dutta, Eslam Zenhom, 3rd place (ex aequo)
    • Student's report (31/07; 13:04 - 13:16), Record
  19. Improving "Virtual Colliders"
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Andrzej Siódmok; Department of Particle Theory (NZ42)
    • Presentation (06/07; 15:40 - 15:50), Record
    • Students: Aakanksha Dwivedi, Chaitanya Paranjape
    • Student's report (31/07; 13:16 - 13:28), Record

Documents

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, PPSS 2020 will be held remotely. Since entering IFJ PAN is not foreseen, cooperation agreements (as in previous years) are not required. This actually makes bureaucracy much easier this time. At the end of programme, after presenting results of project, a certificate of attendance, signed by General Director of IFJ PAN, will be send to participants by e-mail.

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Materials from previous editions

Materials from previous editions can be found in History.