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Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Forschungsprojekt CMS Inner Tracker"
(Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Josef Hrubec)

Leiterin / Leiter:
Familienname:Hrubec
Vorname(n):Josef
Titel (vorangestellt):Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Position:Projektleiter
Institution:
Institution:Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (ÖAW)
Organisationseinheit:Institut für Hochenergiephysik (HEPHY)
Post-Adresse:Nikolsdorfer Gasse 18
Postleitzahl:1050
Ort:Wien
e-Mail:Josef.Hrubec(at)oeaw.ac.at
Homepage:http://www.hephy.at/
Zuordnungen zu Forschungsgebieten:
Forschungsgebiet(e):
  • Hochenergiephysik
  • Kern- und Teilchenphysik
Zuordnungen gemäß der Österreichischen Systematik der Wissenschaftszweige:
Arbeitsgebiet(e):
  • Experimentalphysik (103008)
  • Hochenergiephysik (103012)
  • Teilchenphysik (103034)
Angaben zur Datenerfassung:
Datenerfassungs-Stichtag:31.05.2012
Datenerfassungs-Zeitraum:von: 2007   bis einschließlich: 2011
Arbeitsgruppe zum Zeitpunkt der Datenerfassung:
wiss. Mitarbeiter/innen:
12 Personen
Wolfgang Adam
Thomas Bergauer
Marko Dragicevic
Markus Friedl
Edwin Frühwirth
Rudolf Frühwirth
Josef Hrubec
Bernhard Lutzer
Manfred Krammer
Thomas Spielauer
Wolfgang Treberspurg
Wolfgang Waltenberger
Vollzeit-Äquivalente:5.9
Prozent Drittmittel-finanziert:15
Wissenschaftliche Leistungen im oben angegebenen Zeitraum:
H-Index der Leiterin / des Leiters:64
Anzahl der Publikationen:19
Fünf wichtigste Publikationen:
  1. CMS Collaboration (S. Chatrchyan et al.), "Alignment of the CMS Silicon Tracker During Commissioning with Cosmic Rays", JINST 5 (2010) T03009.
  2. A. Strandlie and R. Frühwirth, "Track and Vertex Reconstruction: from Classical to Adaptive Methods",
    Rev. Mod. Phys. 82 (2010) 1419.
  3. CMS Collaboration (S. Chatrchyan et al.), "Commissioning and Performance of the CMS Silicon Strip Tracker with Cosmic Ray Muons", JINST 5 (2010) T03008.
  4. W. Adam et al., "Alignment of the CMS Silicon Strip Tracker During Stand-Alone Commissioning",
    JINST 4 (2009) T07001.
  5. M. Krammer, "Module Production for the CMS Tracker: Problems and Achieved Quality",
    Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A 583 (2007) 169.
Preise:
  • Preis von Manfred Pernicka (2010) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Elektronik und Werkstatt" angeführt.
  • Preis von Edmund Widl (2009) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Algorithmen- und Softwareentwicklung" angeführt.
Fünf wichtigste Vorträge:
  1. M. Krammer: "The Silicon Inner Tracker of CMS: Construction, Organisation and Future Upgrade",
    UAE-CERN Workshop, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates (November 26 - 28, 2007).
  2. W. Adam: "Vertex and track reconstruction in CMS",
    15th International Workshop on Vertex Detectors, Perugia, Italy (September 19 - 25, 2006).
  3. M. Krammer: "Module production for the CMS Tracker: Problems and achieved quality",
    15th International Workshop on Vertex Detectors, Perugia, Italy (September 19 - 25, 2006).
  4. E. Widl: "A Kalman Filter for Track-based Alignment",
    CHEP 06 Conference, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India (February 13 - 17, 2006).
  5. W. Adam: "Track and vertex reconstruction in CMS - baseline and advanced algorithms",
    DESY Computing Seminar, Hamburg, Germany (July 11, 2005).
Bewilligte Projekte im oben angegebenen Zeitraum:
Kompetitive Projekte:
  • Die Beiträge des HEPHY zum Bau und zum Betrieb des CMS-Experiments werden direkt vom Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung gefördert.
Bearbeitete Themenfelder:
Aktuelle Themenfelder:
  • Electronics Systems
    a) Development, design and construction of the Pixel Readout system for 66 million channels, consisting of 40 Front-End Driver modules ("Pixel-FED" in VME standard). Each module receives data through 36 analogue optical links for digitization, sorting and checking, before passing them on to the Data Acquisition system. Specially modified "Pixel-FED" units have been developed to read out Beam Conditions Monitor and Pixel Luminosity Telescope for beam monitoring.
    b) Development, design and construction of more than 13 000 Analogue Opto-Hybrid boards, located in the Tracker front-end. Electrical to optical signal conversion for 8 million strip detector and for the 66 million pixel channels and subsequent transfer to Front-End Driver modules.
  • Silicon Strip Tracker
    a) Development of silicon sensors, test structures and qualification procedures for the sensors produced in industry. Electrical characterization of 2400 silicon sensors and 1400 test structures with self-developed probe stations developed in the HEPHY cleanroom. Contributed to the design of the relational database to store the measurement results (>2 million entries). Long-term and process stability measurements, thermal cycling for ageing studies.
    b) HEPHY assembled 700 modules (silicon sensor, carbon fibre frame, readout electronics) with accuracy better than 10 µm; wire bonding of approximately one million electrical connections and metrology with 3D coordinate measuring machine; functionality tests and ageing studies. Repair centre for 400 modules. Coordination of the production of 7000 modules for the tracker end-caps: logistics, assembly and testing involving 15 institutes in Europe and the US.
    c) Significant contributions to the integration of the tracker end-caps into the tracker, to tests and to integration of the Silicon Strip Tracker in the CMS detector.
  • Software Algorithms
    a) Development of novel algorithms for recognition and reconstruction of tracks, and of interaction and decay vertices; implementation into the reconstruction software framework of CMS.
    b) Development of the novel Kalman Alignment Algorithm to align all modules of the CMS tracker to 10 micron precision. This algorithm is one of three algorithms used by CMS.
  • Tracker Commissioning, Operations and Maintenance
    HEPHY contributed significantly to the tracker power supply system (installation, commissioning, monitoring); contribution to tracker operation and to measurements of critical parameters (evolving with irradiation); maintenance of tracker items under HEPHY responsibility (hardware and software); tracker shift participation and experts on call.
Perspektiven (nächste 5 Jahre):
  • CMS Tracker Upgrade
    a) Adaptation of the Pixel-FED for the planned upgrade of the CMS pixel detector (4 barrel layers).
    b) Involved in R&D project investigating radiation hard material for CMS Tracker upgrade: design of sensors done in-house; neutron irradiations at Vienna research reactor ("Atominstitut" of Vienna Univ. of Technology); studies of special silicon modules providing information to "level 1" trigger (staggered silicon sensors). Joint development project for novel radiation-tolerant detectors together with market-leading Austrian semiconductor industry.
    c) Further development of our software algorithms for planned luminosity upgrade (increased number of overlapping vertices); studies of new algorithms.
Ausbildung und Vernetzung im oben angegebenen Zeitraum:
Dissertationen:
4 Dissertationen
  1. Dissertation von Stephan Hänsel (2011) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Halbleiterdetektoren" angeführt.
  2. Dissertation von Marko Dragicevic (2010) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Halbleiterdetektoren" angeführt.
  3. Dissertation von Thomas Bergauer (2008) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Halbleiterdetektoren" angeführt.
  4. Dissertation von Edmund Widl (2008) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Algorithmen- und Softwareentwicklung" angeführt.
Diplom- und Masterarbeiten:
5 Arbeiten
  1. Diplomarbeit von Wolfgang Treberspurg (2011) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Halbleiterdetektoren" angeführt.
  2. Diplomarbeit von Maria Bernard-Schwarz (2011) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Halbleiterdetektoren" angeführt.
  3. Diplomarbeit von Georg Auzinger (2010) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Halbleiterdetektoren" angeführt.
  4. Diplomarbeit von Silke Federmann (2009) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Algorithmen- und Softwareentwicklung" angeführt.
  5. Diplomarbeit von Michael Ballauf (2008) unter Forschungsgruppe "HEPHY - Fachbereich Halbleiterdetektoren" angeführt.
Internationale Vernetzung:
  • Pixel Front End Driver (collaboration with 2 institutes)
  • Beam monitoring: Beam Conditions Monitor, Pixel Luminosity Telescope (collaboration with 6 institutes)
  • Tracker Analogue Optical Links (collaboration with 2 institutes)
  • Silicon Sensor Qualification (collaboration with 6 institutes)
  • Module Construction (collaboration with 12 institutes)
  • Tracker Integration (collaboration with 5 institutes)
  • Pattern Recognition and Reconstruction Software (collaboration with 4 institutes)
  • Tracker Alignment (collaboration with 2 institutes)
  • Tracker Commissioning, Operations and Maintenance (collaboration with 2 institutes)
  • Tracker Upgrade: Pixel Front End Driver, Pattern Recognition and Reconstruction, Tracker Alignment (collaborations as listed in the above mentioned activities)
  • Upgrade of the Silicon Strip Tracker (collaboration with 6 institutes)
  • Research cooperations with 4 international industrial companies
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