CBM related Bachelor, Master, Diploma and PhD Thesis in 2021


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  • Thesis works in 2020
  • publications in 2021
  • presentations in 2021

PhD Thesis

  • Vasily Mikhaylov, NPI-CAS
    Radiation hardness and performance of the hadron calorimeter designed for Projectile Spectator Detector in the framework of international collaboration CBM@FAIR
    PhD Thesis at "NPI-CAS", defended 23 June 2021
  • Dirk Hutter, Frankfurt University
    An input interface for the CBM first-level event selector
    PhD Thesis at "Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main", defended 3 April 2021
  • Weronika Zubrzycka, AGH, Kraków
    Low noise integrated circuits for radiation imaging with high-speed digital interface
    PhD Thesis at "AGH University of Science and Technology", defended 18 March 2021
  • Yüe Zhao, IPHC, Strasbourg
    Radiation hardened design of CMOS pixel sensor for the micro-vertex detector of the CBM experiment
    PhD Thesis at "Université de Strasbourg", defended 18 February 2021
  • Christian Simon, Heidelberg University
    Investigations of rate and multi-hit capability of multi-gap resistive plate chambers
    PhD Thesis at "Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Heidelberg", defended 9 February 2021
  • Patrick Pfistner, KIT, Karlsruhe
    Development, Characterization, and Analysis of Silicon Microstrip Detector Modules for the CBM Silicon Tracking System
    PhD Thesis at "KIT", defended 7 February 2021

to come soon (submitted and not yet defended)

  • Adrian Amatus Weber, PhD Thesis at 'Giessen University', submitted Sep. 2021 for review
    Development of readout electronics for the RICH detector in the HADES and CBM experiments - HADES RICH upgrade, mRICH detector construction and analysis
  • Axel Puntke, Master Thesis at 'Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster', submitted Sep. 2021 for review
    First mCBM Performance studies in the mCBM 2020 Campaign
  • 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)

  • Helvi Hartmann, PhD Thesis at 'Goethe-Universität Frankfurt'; in final stage of writing
    Investigation of Critical Elements for Building a High-Performance, Scalable and Data-Driven Event Building Software for the CBM FLES (working title)

-- WalterFJMueller - 15 Sep 2021
Topic revision: r4 - 21 Sep 2021, WalterFJMueller
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