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The Extreme Energy Events Project is a synchronous sparse array of 52 tracking detectors for studying High Energy Cosmic Rays (HECR) and Cosmic Rays-related phenomena. The observatory is also meant to address Long Distance Correlation (LDC) phenomena: the network is deployed over a broad area covering 10 degrees in latitude and 11 in longitude. An overview of a set of preliminary results is given, extending from the study of local muon flux dependance on solar activity to the investigation of the upward-going component of muon flux traversing the EEE stations; from the search for anisotropies at the sub-TeV scale to the hints for observations of km-scale Extensive Air Shower (EAS). Read More

Current and future astroparticle physics experiments are operated or are being built to observe highly energetic particles, high energy electromagnetic radiation and gravitational waves originating from all kinds of cosmic sources. The data volumes taken by the experiments are large and expected to grow significantly during the coming years. This is a result of advanced research possibilities and improved detector technology. Read More

High-spin states of $^{40}$K have been populated in the fusion-evaporation reaction $^{12}$C($^{30}$Si,np)$^{40}$K and studied by means of $\gamma$-ray spectroscopy techniques using one AGATA triple cluster detector, at INFN - Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro. Several new states with excitation energy up to 8 MeV and spin up to $10^-$ have been discovered. These new states are discussed in terms of J=3 and T=0 neutron-proton hole pairs. Read More

Authors: S. Akkoyun, A. Algora, B. Alikhani, F. Ameil, G. de Angelis, L. Arnold, A. Astier, A. Ataç, Y. Aubert, C. Aufranc, A. Austin, S. Aydin, F. Azaiez, S. Badoer, D. L. Balabanski, D. Barrientos, G. Baulieu, R. Baumann, D. Bazzacco, F. A. Beck, T. Beck, P. Bednarczyk, M. Bellato, M. A. Bentley, G. Benzoni, R. Berthier, L. Berti, R. Beunard, G. Lo Bianco, B. Birkenbach, P. G. Bizzeti, A. M. Bizzeti-Sona, F. Le Blanc, J. M. Blasco, N. Blasi, D. Bloor, C. Boiano, M. Borsato, D. Bortolato, A. J. Boston, H. C. Boston, P. Bourgault, P. Boutachkov, A. Bouty, A. Bracco, S. Brambilla, I. P. Brawn, A. Brondi, S. Broussard, B. Bruyneel, D. Bucurescu, I. Burrows, A. Bürger, S. Cabaret, B. Cahan, E. Calore, F. Camera, A. Capsoni, F. Carrió, G. Casati, M. Castoldi, B. Cederwall, J. -L. Cercus, V. Chambert, M. El Chambit, R. Chapman, L. Charles, J. Chavas, E. Clément, P. Cocconi, S. Coelli, P. J. Coleman-Smith, A. Colombo, S. Colosimo, C. Commeaux, D. Conventi, R. J. Cooper, A. Corsi, A. Cortesi, L. Costa, F. C. L. Crespi, J. R. Cresswell, D. M. Cullen, D. Curien, A. Czermak, D. Delbourg, R. Depalo, T. Descombes, P. Désesquelles, P. Detistov, C. Diarra, F. Didierjean, M. R. Dimmock, Q. T. Doan, C. Domingo-Pardo, M. Doncel, F. Dorangeville, N. Dosme, Y. Drouen, G. Duchêne, B. Dulny, J. Eberth, P. Edelbruck, J. Egea, T. Engert, M. N. Erduran, S. Ertürk, C. Fanin, S. Fantinel, E. Farnea, T. Faul, M. Filliger, F. Filmer, Ch. Finck, G. de France, A. Gadea, W. Gast, A. Geraci, J. Gerl, R. Gernhäuser, A. Giannatiempo, A. Giaz, L. Gibelin, A. Givechev, N. Goel, V. González, A. Gottardo, X. Grave, J. Grȩbosz, R. Griffiths, A. N. Grint, P. Gros, L. Guevara, M. Gulmini, A. Görgen, H. T. M. Ha, T. Habermann, L. J. Harkness, H. Harroch, K. Hauschild, C. He, A. Hernández-Prieto, B. Hervieu, H. Hess, T. Hüyük, E. Ince, R. Isocrate, G. Jaworski, A. Johnson, J. Jolie, P. Jones, B. Jonson, P. Joshi, D. S. Judson, A. Jungclaus, M. Kaci, N. Karkour, M. Karolak, A. Kaşkaş, M. Kebbiri, R. S. Kempley, A. Khaplanov, S. Klupp, M. Kogimtzis, I. Kojouharov, A. Korichi, W. Korten, Th. Kröll, R. Krücken, N. Kurz, B. Y. Ky, M. Labiche, X. Lafay, L. Lavergne, I. H. Lazarus, S. Leboutelier, F. Lefebvre, E. Legay, L. Legeard, F. Lelli, S. M. Lenzi, S. Leoni, A. Lermitage, D. Lersch, J. Leske, S. C. Letts, S. Lhenoret, R. M. Lieder, D. Linget, J. Ljungvall, A. Lopez-Martens, A. Lotodé, S. Lunardi, A. Maj, J. van der Marel, Y. Mariette, N. Marginean, R. Marginean, G. Maron, A. R. Mather, W. Mȩczyński, V. Mendéz, P. Medina, B. Melon, R. Menegazzo, D. Mengoni, E. Merchan, L. Mihailescu, C. Michelagnoli, J. Mierzejewski, L. Milechina, B. Million, K. Mitev, P. Molini, D. Montanari, S. Moon, F. Morbiducci, R. Moro, P. S. Morrall, O. Möller, A. Nannini, D. R. Napoli, L. Nelson, M. Nespolo, V. L. Ngo, M. Nicoletto, R. Nicolini, Y. Le Noa, P. J. Nolan, M. Norman, J. Nyberg, A. Obertelli, A. Olariu, R. Orlandi, D. C. Oxley, C. Özben, M. Ozille, C. Oziol, E. Pachoud, M. Palacz, J. Palin, J. Pancin, C. Parisel, P. Pariset, G. Pascovici, R. Peghin, L. Pellegri, A. Perego, S. Perrier, M. Petcu, P. Petkov, C. Petrache, E. Pierre, N. Pietralla, S. Pietri, M. Pignanelli, I. Piqueras, Z. Podolyak, P. Le Pouhalec, J. Pouthas, D. Pugnére, V. F. E. Pucknell, A. Pullia, B. Quintana, R. Raine, G. Rainovski, L. Ramina, G. Rampazzo, G. La Rana, M. Rebeschini, F. Recchia, N. Redon, M. Reese, P. Reiter, P. H. Regan, S. Riboldi, M. Richer, M. Rigato, S. Rigby, G. Ripamonti, A. P. Robinson, J. Robin, J. Roccaz, J. -A. Ropert, B. Rossé, C. Rossi Alvarez, D. Rosso, B. Rubio, D. Rudolph, F. Saillant, E. Şahin, F. Salomon, M. -D. Salsac, J. Salt, G. Salvato, J. Sampson, E. Sanchis, C. Santos, H. Schaffner, M. Schlarb, D. P. Scraggs, D. Seddon, M. Şenyiğit, M. -H. Sigward, G. Simpson, J. Simpson, M. Slee, J. F. Smith, P. Sona, B. Sowicki, P. Spolaore, C. Stahl, T. Stanios, E. Stefanova, O. Stézowski, J. Strachan, G. Suliman, P. -A. Söderström, J. L. Tain, S. Tanguy, S. Tashenov, Ch. Theisen, J. Thornhill, F. Tomasi, N. Toniolo, R. Touzery, B. Travers, A. Triossi, M. Tripon, K. M. M. Tun-Lanoë, M. Turcato, C. Unsworth, C. A. Ur, J. J. Valiente-Dobon, V. Vandone, E. Vardaci, R. Venturelli, F. Veronese, Ch. Veyssiere, E. Viscione, R. Wadsworth, P. M. Walker, N. Warr, C. Weber, D. Weisshaar, D. Wells, O. Wieland, A. Wiens, G. Wittwer, H. J. Wollersheim, F. Zocca, N. V. Zamfir, M. Ziȩbliński, A. Zucchiatti

The Advanced GAmma Tracking Array (AGATA) is a European project to develop and operate the next generation gamma-ray spectrometer. AGATA is based on the technique of gamma-ray energy tracking in electrically segmented high-purity germanium crystals. This technique requires the accurate determination of the energy, time and position of every interaction as a gamma ray deposits its energy within the detector volume. Read More

Affiliations: 1CERN, 2CERN, 3CERN, 4CERN, 5CERN, 6CERN, 7CERN, 8CERN, 9CERN, 10CERN, 11CERN, 12CERN, 13CERN, 14CERN, 15CERN, 16CERN, 17CERN, 18CERN, 19CERN, 20CERN, 21CERN, 22CERN, 23CERN, 24CERN, 25CERN, 26Fermilab, 27Fermilab, 28Legnaro, 29Legnaro, 30Legnaro, 31Legnaro, 32Louvain-la-Neuve, 33UCLA, 34UCSD, 35UCSD

The data acquisition system of the CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider will employ an event builder which will combine data from about 500 data sources into full events at an aggregate throughput of 100 GByte/s. Several architectures and switch technologies have been evaluated for the DAQ Technical Design Report by measurements with test benches and by simulation. This paper describes studies of an EVB test-bench based on 64 PCs acting as data sources and data consumers and employing both Gigabit Ethernet and Myrinet technologies as the interconnect. Read More

The Run Control and Monitor System (RCMS) of the CMS experiment is the set of hardware and software components responsible for controlling and monitoring the experiment during data-taking. It provides users with a "virtual counting room", enabling them to operate the experiment and to monitor detector status and data quality from any point in the world. This paper describes the architecture of the RCMS with particular emphasis on its scalability through a distributed collection of nodes arranged in a tree-based hierarchy. Read More

XDAQ is a generic data acquisition software environment that emerged from a rich set of of use-cases encountered in the CMS experiment. They cover not the deployment for multiple sub-detectors and the operation of different processing and networking equipment as well as a distributed collaboration of users with different needs. The use of the software in various application scenarios demonstrated the viability of the approach. Read More