CBM related Bachelor, Master, Diploma and PhD Thesis in 2022

See also CBM related

PhD Thesis

  • Zhang Qiunan, Tsinghua University
    Application of the high-rate MRPC and study on a sealed spliced high-rate MRPC
    PhD Thesis at "Tsinghua University", defended 25 October 2022
    Thesis (in Chinese, English summary available)
  • Gábor Balassa, Wigner Research Centre for Physics
    Transzport modell fejlesztése relativisztikus nehézion reakciók vizsgálatára (Development of a transport model for the study of relativistic heavy ion collisions)
    PhD Thesis at "Technical University of Budapest", defended 20 May 2022
    Thesis (in Hungarian, comprehensive English summary available)

Master and Bachelor Thesis

  • Martin Beyer, Giessen University
    Pattern recognition using machine learning for the mRICH detector in the mCBM experiment
    Master Thesis at "II. Physikalischen Institut, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Giessen", submitted October 2022
  • Henrik Schiller, Münster University
    Application of Machine Learning to Particle Identification for Dielectron Analysis in CBM
    Master Thesis at "Institut für Kernphysik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster", submitted August 2022
  • Robin Haas, Giessen University
    Ring reconstruction in the MAPMT photodetector plane of the mCBM-RICH detector with the help of Convolutional Neural Networks
    Master Thesis at "II. Physikalischen Institut, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Giessen", submitted August 2022
  • Oleksandr Kshyvanskyi, Kiev Institute for Nuclear Research
    Evaluation of the prototypes of the detector modules for the CBM Silicon Tracking System
    Master Thesis at "Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv", submitted May 2022
    Thesis (in Ukrainian, with short English abstract)
  • Kilian Hunold, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
    Optimierung der lokalen Rekonstruktion beim STS-Detektor des CBM-Experiments zur effizienten Prozessierung auf GPUs
    Master Thesis at "Fachbereich Informatik und Mathematik, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt", submitted February 2022
    Thesis (in German)
  • Wioletta Borzym, Warsaw University of Technology
    Femtoscopic correlations of pairs of nonidentical particles in Monte Carlo simulations for the CBM experiment
    Master Thesis at "Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics"

to come soon (submitted and not yet defended)

  • Andrei Oancea, PhD Thesis at 'Goethe-Universität Frankfurt'; submitted for review
    A Resilient Read-Out Chain for High Energy Physics Experiments

to come (in final stage of writing or being evaluated)

-- WalterFJMueller - 21 Feb 2022
Topic revision: r11 - 2023-04-06, WalterFJMueller
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