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Rules of IFJ PAN PPSS

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Lectures

Excercises

Projects

Projects descriptions are in this document.

Materials will be added after Monday session!

Project assignment

  1. Polarization measurement in B meson decays
    • Supervisors: dr hab. Andrzej Bożek, dr Jarosław Wiechczyński; Department of Leptonic Interactions (NZ11)
    • Presentation (TBA) (05/07; 12:30 - 12:40), Record
    • Students: Justyna Mędrala, Ralph Torres
    • Student's report (30/07; 09:10 - 09:22)
  2. Search for CP violation in decays B0 → DD± in the Belle II experiment
    • Supervisor: dr Olga Werbycka; Department of Leptonic Interactions (NZ11)
    • Presentation (05/07; 12:40 - 12:50), Record
    • Students: Silje Oino, Bartłomiej Pierzchała, 2nd place
    • Student's report (30/07; 09:22 - 09:34)
  3. Monte Carlo generator of bremsstrahlung events for EIC
    • Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Janusz Chwastowski; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (05/07; 12:50 - 13:00), Record
    • Students: Kacper Kinastowski
    • Student's report (30/07; 09:34 - 09:46)
  4. AFP event classification with machine learning
    • Supervisor: dr Maciej Lewicki; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (05/07; 13:00 - 13:10), Record
    • Students: Fatemeh Nouri, Janusz Twardak
    • Student's report (30/07; 09:46 - 09:58)
  5. Reconstruction of exclusive jet events
    • Supervisor: dr Rafał Staszewski; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (05/07; 13:10 - 13:20), Record
    • Students: Bhupesh Dixit, Chin Zhe Tee, 3rd place (ex aequo)
    • Student's report (30/07; 09:58 - 10:10)
  6. Analysis of Cluster Shapes in the ATLAS AFP Detector
    • Supervisor: dr Maciej Trzebiński; The Diffractive Physics Department (NZ13)
    • Presentation (05/07; 13:20 - 13:30), Record
    • Students: Niki Gallou, Sara Ibrahim
    • Student's report (30/07; 10:10 - 10:22)
  7. Optimization and training of neural networks for b-jet identification in the heavy ion collisions
    • Supervisor: dr Dominik Derendarz; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (05/07; 13:30 - 13:40), Record
    • Students: Jakub Garwoła, Krzysztof Szafrański
    • Student's report (30/07; 10:22 - 10:34)
  8. Study of b-jet production in the ATLAS experiment at the LHC
    • Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Adam Trzupek; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (05/07; 13:40 - 13:50), Record
    • Students: Sridhar Hariharakrishnan, Siddharth Thakker
    • Student's report (30/07; 10:34 - 10:46)
  9. Charged particle production in Xe+Xe collisions
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Krzysztof Woźniak; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (05/07; 13:50 - 14:00), Record
    • Students: Asad Parihar, Kamil Zembaczyński
    • Student's report (30/07; 10:46 - 10:58)
  10. Detection of Cosmic-Ray Ensembles
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Krzysztof Woźniak; The ATLAS Experiment Department (NZ14)
    • Presentation (05/07; 14:00 - 14:10), Record
    • Students: Giorgi Asatiani, Maria Ramos, 1st place
    • Student's report (30/07; 10:58 - 11:10)
  11. Bayesian Analysis of Cosmic Rays data for Earthquake Predictions
    • Supervisor: dr David Alvarez; Department of Cosmic Ray Research and Neutrino Studies (NZ15)
    • Presentation (05/07; 14:10 - 14:20), Record
    • Students: Bartosz Grygielski, Clementine Mostyn
    • Student's report (30/07; 11:20 - 11:32)
  12. Neutrino interaction studies in the near detector of the T2K experiment
    • Supervisor: dr Marcela Batkiewicz-Kwaśniak; Department of Cosmic Ray Research and Neutrino Studies (NZ15)
    • Presentation (05/07; 14:20 - 14:30), Record
    • Students: Caetano Ternes, Chirag Verma
    • Student's report (30/07; 11:32 - 11:44)
  13. Geometry of heavy ion collisions during lepton pair production
    • Supervisor: dr Mariola Kłusek-Gawenda; Department of the Theory of Strong Interactions and Many Body Systems (NZ21)
    • Presentation (05/07; 14:30 - 14:40), Record
    • Students: Yash Arya, Roxana Busuioc, 3rd place (ex aequo)
    • Student's report (30/07; 11:44 - 11:56)
  14. Time-space evolution of the spectator in ultra-relativistic heavy-ions collisions
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Katarzyna Mazurek; Department of the Theory of Strong Interactions and Many Body Systems (NZ21)
    • Presentation (05/07; 14:40 - 14:50), Record
    • Students: Syed Jahan
    • Student's report (30/07; 11:56 - 12:08)
  15. Central exclusive production of mesons in proton-proton collisions
    • Supervisor: dr Piotr Lebiedowicz; Department of the Theory of Strong Interactions and Many Body Systems (NZ21)
    • Presentation (05/07; 14:50 - 15:00), Record
    • Students: Stanisław Kalinowski, Javier Oliva del Moral
    • Student's report (30/07; 12:08 - 12:20)
  16. Applying machine learning methods in data analysis
    • Supervisor: dr Jacek Biernat; Department of the Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Physics and Hadron Interactions (NZ23)
    • Presentation (05/07; 15:00 - 15:10), Record
    • Students: Mikołaj Jędrzejewski, Ahmad Ramezanpour
    • Student's report (30/07; 12:20 - 12:32)
  17. Searches for new physics effects in the light by light scattering in the ALICE experiment
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Adam Matyja; Department of the Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Physics and Hadron Interactions (NZ23)
    • Presentation (05/07; 15:10 - 15:20), Record
    • Students: Harshit Dubey, Martine Irog
    • Student's report (30/07; 12:32 - 12:44)
  18. Studies of UPC trigger efficiency of the light by light scattering in the ALICE experiment
    • Supervisor: dr hab. Adam Matyja; Department of the Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Physics and Hadron Interactions (NZ23)
    • Presentation (05/07; 15:20 - 15:30), Record
    • Students: Mikhail Kolobov, Mohammad Sharifi
    • Student's report (30/07; 12:44 - 12:56)

Documents

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, PPSS 2021 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.

However, some polish universities may require a signed agreement in order to account PPSS programme as formal internship needed for your studies:    

Materials from previous editions

Materials from previous editions can be found in History.