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Report to the Collaboration India-CMS Collaboration Meeting Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March 2009 A. Report to the Collaboration India-CMS Collaboration Meeting Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March 2009 A. Gurtu Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai

LHC Schedule • All the damaged magnets replaced • In order to prevent any LHC Schedule • All the damaged magnets replaced • In order to prevent any further similar incident precautionary hardware being installed at all magnets • This is a big job, in particular many thousand control cards have to be fabricated, prototypes will be available in May • Discussed in Chamonix meeting in February. Recommendations made to CERN council • CERN council: First collisions in October 09, followed by extended run at 8 -10 Te. V, till 200 – 300 pb-1 per experiment is collected (~ 1 year). AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

LHC schedule … • Note that above scenario is still a compromise between safety LHC schedule … • Note that above scenario is still a compromise between safety and need for quick physics • Only half the machine will be FULLY protected during the first run starting October 2009 • Remaining half will be done during the long shutdown starting in end-2010 • This schedule also has implications for experiments: NO SHUTDOWN in end-2009. So, all hardware will remain as it is, no repair, no additional installation possible. • Consequences for HO (Si-PM), RPC AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Beam Conditions for Physics • Conclusion 5 Te. V/beam for Physics • Machine Protection Beam Conditions for Physics • Conclusion 5 Te. V/beam for Physics • Machine Protection will be Tested with beam (at 0. 5 Te. V energy levels) • 4 Te. V “on the way” to 5 Te. V (limited in 2010) • Estimated integrated luminosity • during first 100 days of operation. . ≈100 pb-1 » Peak L of 5. 1031 η (overall) = 10% gives 0. 5 pb-1/day » Peak L of 2. 1032 η (overall) = 10% gives 2. 0 pb-1/day • During next 100 days of operation. . ≈ 200 pb-1? • Then towards end of year ions (to be planned in detail soon) AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Schedule with running in winter months • Gains 20 weeks of LHC physics (independent Schedule with running in winter months • Gains 20 weeks of LHC physics (independent of “slip”) AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Statement on LHC Safety (1) • Following the incident on 19 September the most Statement on LHC Safety (1) • Following the incident on 19 September the most crucial improvement foreseen was a more precise system to monitor (and protect) anomalously high resistance in a joint (splice) near the magnets. • The development of this new enhanced ohmic resistance measurement is well under way and the new system will be installed and tested before beam operation. This will allow effective protection against thermal runaway in the magnet and interconnect splices. There is still no way to protect against an “instantaneous” rupture of a bus bar splice. • It has been shown by simulations that the new system with a threshold trigger of 0. 3 m. V (compared with the 1 V of the system in place on 19 September) will protect the joints form thermal runaway “in all imaginable conditions”. Note if this system had been in operation the September incident would not have taken place. • In the Risk analysis, we have mitigated against the re-occurrence of a thermal runaway of a splice. The risk-score is the product of the probability of the event and the level of the resulting impact. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Statement on LHC Safety (2) • For the September 19 incident, the high impact Statement on LHC Safety (2) • For the September 19 incident, the high impact was caused by collateral damage by: 1. High pressure build up damaged the magnet interconnects and the super-insulation 2. Perforation of the beam tubes resulted in pollution of the vacuum system with soot from the vaporization and with debris from the super insulation. • • • Until now and even after discussions in Chamonix there have not emerged any new ideas which would significantly reduce the pollution of the vacuum system in the event of a similar incident. However, measures will be taken to vent the Helium more rapidly and therefore reduce the pressure increase and consequently minimize (eliminate? ) the damage done to interconnects and super-insulation. The already existing flanges in the Short straight sections (SSS) will be fitted with additional relief valves. Calculations have shown that this gives a factor of more than 9 with respect to the system existing on 19 September. These calculations show that the collateral damage (to the interconnects and superinsulation) which would be produced in a repeat incident of 19 September would be minor (significantly reduced). Such a repeat incident would not have a major impact on the spares situation for magnets. Whereas the collateral damage due to vacuum pollution would remain very similar to the September 19 incident. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Strawman Luminosity Profile http: //lhc-commissioning. web. cern. ch/lhc-commissioning/luminosity/09 -10 -lumi-estimate. htm • *Switching to Strawman Luminosity Profile http: //lhc-commissioning. web. cern. ch/lhc-commissioning/luminosity/09 -10 -lumi-estimate. htm • *Switching to 50 ns bunch spacing could be attempted at this stage. With 5. 1010 protons/bunch the integrated L could be as high as 110 pb-1/month. • Implies impeccable performance of the machine. We (CMS) need to consider the impact of the long length of this run AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March (and prepare appropriate plans).

Status of India-CMS tasks AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 Status of India-CMS tasks AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

T. Virdee Details in Talks by Coordinators AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, T. Virdee Details in Talks by Coordinators AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March CERN/Imperial College

Summary of HO commissioning (details from KS/SRD) • HO is installed and commissioned • Summary of HO commissioning (details from KS/SRD) • HO is installed and commissioned • Known that HPDs have problems: for HO cross talk (misalignment of electric and magnetic fields) as well as discharge. • Overall plan to replace HPDs with Si-PM readout, for all HCAL. As problems for HO moving wheels (rings +-1, +-2) are more severe, proposal to change soon. • As noted, no shutdown in end-2009, so earliest replacement can take place in end-2010 shutdown. • This year placing two RBXs with Si-PM readout, one each in ring 1 and 2, to study performance in real-life conditions. • Also test beam in July 09 with Si-PM RMs AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Brief Status of Interventions (report from TSV) HCAL HB & HE : 19 out Brief Status of Interventions (report from TSV) HCAL HB & HE : 19 out of 288 HPDs changed and tested. l l l 11 due to high rate of discharges at B=0 T and B=3. 8 T 5 due to gain loss or very low gain 3 Readout Modules (f. e. electronics) exchanged. l Operating voltage for HB/HE lowered to <7 k. V>. HCAL HO (W± 1, W± 2) replacement programme completed l Operating voltage lowered to <6. 5 k. V>. Aim to install 2 RBX’s with Si. PMs (no discharging at all field values) AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 12

Si-PSD (BARC report) • All sensors fabricated and module mounting done and shipped to Si-PSD (BARC report) • All sensors fabricated and module mounting done and shipped to CERN • Installation of PSD within CMS detector was scheduled in February/March 2009 • Going on successfully AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Some Photos: Installation of the Preshower AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Some Photos: Installation of the Preshower AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 14

Preshower Much progress since Dec CMS Week All 4 Dees are ready for installation Preshower Much progress since Dec CMS Week All 4 Dees are ready for installation System tests done at +15 C and -15 C, 0. 015‰ channels dead! Installation platforms delivered on time Infrastructure for ES+ ready, for ES- in March. Final off-detector readout cards (ES-DCC) expected in May. One Crate/plane: 4 FEC-CCSs, 10 ES-DCCs ES+ moved on 26 Feb, installed underground attached to support cone. Finish ES+ commissioning by end March ES- moved on 12 Mar, installation starts this week, aim to finish commissioning by Easter AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March Well Done to All Involved

Preshower: Photos The two separate ES+ Dees Transporting the ES+ towards EE+ AG: Report Preshower: Photos The two separate ES+ Dees Transporting the ES+ towards EE+ AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March ES+ attached to support cone T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 16

GRID Tier-2 Centre (details by KM) • All hardware purchased and most is commissioned GRID Tier-2 Centre (details by KM) • All hardware purchased and most is commissioned • All technical tests passed successfully. • Recall that we have TIFR-CERN point-to-point link and in CMS computing model Taiwan is our Tier-1, NOT CERN. • (Also working towards connecting this 1 Gbps link to the European GEANT network which will allow general internet access and not exclusively to CERN) • After much delay (11 months) European Commission (via Dante) agreed to peering of our line to GEANT. • Thus, we now have high speed connectivity to many Tier-1 centers and the requisite number of up- and down-links have been established to qualify as a regular CMS Tier-2. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

RPC affairs • OLD: • Not only low η, but also high η RPCs RPC affairs • OLD: • Not only low η, but also high η RPCs have to be built as part of the “endcap-RPC restoration” program for CMS. For high η the deadline is end-2010. • It is now confirmed that India can expect to participate in the overall program and the real deadline for us is end-2010. • DU withdrew from the India-CMS RPC project, leaving BARC and PU. • NOW • Effect of delay in LHC: forwards RPCs expected to be installed during 2012 -13 long shutdown (not in 2010 -11 shutdown). So time is very comfortable. • Next slide: some (minor) problems to be sorted out. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Areas of Concern Not Major Endcap RPCs: Some chambers, especially in RE-2, showed increasing Areas of Concern Not Major Endcap RPCs: Some chambers, especially in RE-2, showed increasing leakage current – progress being made. Still collecting data. Soon determine strategy to follow. AG later discussion with Archana, Jim Virdee: problem occurred inside CMS detector environment (temp? humidity? ). Once outside (ISR hall) some seemed OK again. Being investigated. But new chamber production will starts only after this is understood. Magnetic Field: fringe field, modeling and flux in return yoke Forward Region: TOTEM, ZDC, CASTOR etc. ECAL: Work ongoing to recover other Trigger Towers, Off-detector Electronics: EE_TCC 48, ES_ DCC Others: manpower, sustained operation, SLHC upgrades and the required facilities …- being dealt with – but more to do. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee LHCC Feb 09 19

Endcap RPCs Current Increase RE+ chambers were switched on in the cavern for the Endcap RPCs Current Increase RE+ chambers were switched on in the cavern for the first time beginning of September. HV was applied after about 100 gas volumes exchange. The gas flow was set to (1 volume)/ (2 hour). In a few days a significant increase of current was reported on several channels. Situation for gaps RE+2 down (about 40% of HV channels reported an increase) < 0. 5 m. A/day < 1. 0 m. A/day < 2. 0 m. A/day > 2. 0 m. A/day AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

RPC’s Endcap RPC’s Preliminary Conclusions RE chambers show larger than expected sensitivity to temperature. RPC’s Endcap RPC’s Preliminary Conclusions RE chambers show larger than expected sensitivity to temperature. Similar measurements on the way for barrel chambers. Stability of cavern humidity and temperature should be achieved for a safe RPC running. An installation campaign of T and RH sensors (both environmental and gas) has been launched Increase of current at P 5 partially reproduced at ISR. Careful investigation to spot other causes Final brainstorming expected middle March to revise the results and take action. A possible parallelization of the gas circuit will be discussed. RPCs Noise Susceptibility Spikes observed during CRAFT data taking. The chambers are susceptible to noise generated by the flickering of fluorescent and projector lamps in the cavern (with magnetic field on). Star washers on the chamber front panels and additional shielding appear to help. More work needed. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

General, CMS-week related AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 General, CMS-week related AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Reminder from Dec Week: Interventions NB: the CMS detector was/is in good shape to Reminder from Dec Week: Interventions NB: the CMS detector was/is in good shape to have taken high quality collision data. Maintenance is an ongoing process. Areas of Intervention Under Discussion l Tracker: Cooling system, Fpix. Review soon before proceeding. l HCAL: a few HPDs in HB and HE. Several in HO (W± 1, W± 2). l Muon DT/RB: ~ 10 chambers to be repaired, start & gain experience with YB 0 +side and then proceed, the one that is most difficult. l CSCs - repair ~10 chambers previously known to have faults but were inaccessible due to logistics of disks in 2008. l Alignment Components: protect sensors/MABs, repair DCOPs, . . . Endcap RPCs: Some chambers show increased leakage current under investigation. l Work is going reasonably well. We are within a few days of the schedule defined in mid-Nov. Vigilance is paramount. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee LHCC Feb 09 23

Brief Status of Interventions Muon CSCs Repaired 7/8 chambers on +end. Minus-end chambers (6) Brief Status of Interventions Muon CSCs Repaired 7/8 chambers on +end. Minus-end chambers (6) will be repaired during closing sequence. l l Other Items: HV resistors -replacing ~15, 000 HV resistors (unstable). +endcap done, endcap by early April. l l Install 5 ME 4/2 chambers (upscope) Muon Alignment Done § Repair & test of MABs (16 in total) § Repair of readout boards for barrel (MAB boards) and endcap DCOPS on central wheels To Be Done §Re-install 8 (external) MABs & z-bar extensions on YB 2 wheels §Final check out of components in YE 1 disks & Photogrammetry of re-installed components AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 24

Some Photos: Fpix, ECAL AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 Some Photos: Fpix, ECAL AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 25

Tracker P 5 activities status and plan 1. Revise & re-commission cooling plants. Reminder: Tracker P 5 activities status and plan 1. Revise & re-commission cooling plants. Reminder: assure the long-term reliability: complete Manifolds replacement of the tanks, distribution lines, valves and manifolds on the SS 1 and SS 2 strip tracker (182 circuits) and pixels (36 circuits) cooling plants Work is progressing well. Aim to have 1 st SS cooling plant connected by second half April. 2 nd SS plant by mid May. Pixel plant available by early April. 2. Remove, fix and reinstall the Fpix system. Reminder: replace internal cooling pipes to provide greater safety margin, recover the 6% of ‘bad’ ch. Fpix+ : removed and transported to TIF on 5 th March, Fpix- : extract Mar 18 Re-install + Z side end-March, – Z side 2 nd Week Apr. 3. Commissioning environmental system (thermal screen, heating wires) Dry-air seal (bulkhead) & between barrel-endcap, Recover & repair services at PP 1 AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Magnetic Field In the Tracker Region Measured by Field Mapper (at 2, 3, 3. Magnetic Field In the Tracker Region Measured by Field Mapper (at 2, 3, 3. 5, 3. 8, 4 T) in 2006 MTCC TOSCA field map agrees < 0. 1% NMR probes inside solenoid confirm agreement scale < 0. 1% between 2006 and 2008 In the Return Yoke Compare tracker vs stand-alone muon momentum scale: Dec. CMS Week: for stand-alone muons, momentum is over-estimated by 20% Confirmed by other analyses material effects AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 27

Magnetic Field Where is the Flux going? To be Updated Hall Probes Tracks CRAFT Magnetic Field Where is the Flux going? To be Updated Hall Probes Tracks CRAFT Flux Loops Old TOSCA Further Work B field picture confirmed by several CRAFT analyses: deficit of up to ~30% in outer layers of the yoke Comparison with Hall probe measurements in progress – appear compatible with track -based results The origin of the discrepancy has been uncovered → boundary conditions in 3. 8 T TOSCA model Two technical solutions available in CMSSW New TOSCA map – better agreement with data (in yoke) Per-volume rescaling of the field map (more freedom to 'calibrate the field') AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 28

New TOSCA Map Results from track angle in YB Data B 12 ~1. 6 New TOSCA Map Results from track angle in YB Data B 12 ~1. 6 T B 23 ~1. 2 T B 34 ~1. 2 T p. T 20 Ge. V/c 1. 6 MC (old) 1. 7 T 1. 55 T 1. 5 T Work is continuing Validate, refine, extend tracking studies from CRAFT (later data) Monitor better B field (more probes, 32 Hall probes ordered) Improve TOSCA (and/or equivalent e. g. ANSYS) model of the field. Old TOSCA MORE New TOSCA LESS 1. 2 Rescaled MORE New model B 34 AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March Much larger box

CMSSW Release Plan & Main Goals l l Working on improving cycle time & CMSSW Release Plan & Main Goals l l Working on improving cycle time & aimingto have one working and one development release at a time – aspire for stability CMSSW_2_2_0 – End Nov. 2008 Improvements in Reconstruction, Particle Flow, Al. Ca algorithms, . New Features in Fast simulation and Analysis Toolkit (PAT) Used for Fast simulation production and Full simulation re-processing (RECO/AOD/PAT) and for cosmic data 2008 re-processing To be used for second Middle Week Global Runs (MWGR) in 2009 l CMSSW_3_0_0 - close new features mid-Dec Full. Sim: geometry fixes, geometry DB, integration of forward detectors, Data Mixer, performance improvements Reconstruction: tracking and muon algorithms, e/ identification, Particle Flow, better handling of dead/hot channels in calorimeter Integration and validation of new Geant 4 release, new ROOT release Preparation of migration to SLC 5 and new compilers l CMSSW_3_1_0 - close new features end-Mar Inputs from analyses of re-processed CRAFT data Improvements in PAT resulting from analyses made with 2_2_x Inputs from Trig/Phys Reviews held in Dec/Feb (new trigger table for startup) To be used for CRAFT 09, MC production, collision data taking in 2009. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March Need full validation to become production-ready and be widely deployed. 30 T. Virdee CMS Week Mar 09

Computing §Data collected in the CMS Global Runs, CRAFT were re-reconstructed twice with latest Computing §Data collected in the CMS Global Runs, CRAFT were re-reconstructed twice with latest software and calibrations. §Large MC productions were completed §(~500 M Full. Sim/5 months + 350 M Fast. Sim, several CMSSW versions) §Lessons learned: address the following - latencies of tails, request tracking, reporting, develop metrics, production tools, close holes in validation chain, QA § MC production continues (full- and fast simulation) §Improve and (make persistent) the CAF/Tier-0/Tier-1/Tier 2 infrastructure §Better monitoring tools, commissioning policies, computing shifts… §ECo. M (Evolution of the Computing Model) with Physics/Trigger/DPG reviewed case for higher trigger rate to mass storage – recommended to stay with the current 300 Hz §Resource requirements for 2009/10 are being re-evaluated based on new LHC schedule in CMS Computing Resources Board and WLCG-RRB. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Mar 09 31

Trigger Reviews • Starting point: CSA 08 HLT Menu had over 160 paths – Trigger Reviews • Starting point: CSA 08 HLT Menu had over 160 paths – Proof of principle that we can run with this many triggers • Established a set of core triggers & thresholds at 8 E 29, 1 E 31: – 8 E 29: collision menu for Day 1 – 1 E 31: aimed for longer-term MC studies • Reviewed justification of all other triggers wrt. this set of core triggers at 2 luminosities. – Individual reviews of Jet. MET, μ’s, eγ, cross-triggers, b-tag/tau/pflow, Al. Ca-Min. Bias-Commissioning triggers • Collaborative work between Physics & Trigger Result: a new set of leaner menus with HLT, express stream & physics datasets defined. – Optimized thresholds & other cuts, rates, efficiency calculations, backup triggers, monitoring samples, plans for evolution – Clear definition of maintenance and responsibilities • Triggers will be deployed online for CRUZET/CRAFT AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Mar 09 32

Preparation for Physics l l Since December, the large data samples from CMSSW_2_1 were Preparation for Physics l l Since December, the large data samples from CMSSW_2_1 were completed. Arrival of 2_2 meant that the latest particle-flow code and objects were available for analysis. Two Events of note l l Input to Chamonix meeting: CERN management requested expected physics reach at different collision energies and integrated luminosities. Scaling the CMS results from 14 Te. V to 10 and 6 Te. V. Discussed in a Special CMS MB, Wed. Plenary and given to LHC Coordinator. Approved results available in Performance Note DP-09/001 for use in talks/seminars. l Chamonix deliberations quickly converged on a run at 10 Te. V, through the winter of 2009 -10 until we accumulate ~300 pb-1 Mini-Review of Physics by the LHCC (see later) l l A neologism: PAT-uple a selection of events made persistent at PAT-layer 1 level - bridge between the reconstruction-software domain and physics analysis l the quality of our physics analyses will benefit from this concept - increase of synergy and the possibility of independent cross checks AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March l a new tool in the hands of PAGs, to be used for the forthcoming LHC data! 33 T. Virdee CMS Week Mar 09 l

First Few Hundred pb-1 @ 10 Te. V Signals and backgrounds are scaled from First Few Hundred pb-1 @ 10 Te. V Signals and backgrounds are scaled from 14 Te. V Plots are indicative of CMS reach SUSY Higgs Z’ With 200 pb-1, reach current Tevatron AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March sensitivity for Higgs AAAS Feb 09 tsv 34

CRAFT Results Energy deposited by Alignment in Inner Tracker muons Muon Chambers Point Resolution CRAFT Results Energy deposited by Alignment in Inner Tracker muons Muon Chambers Point Resolution MB 4 Si Tracker TOB ECAL rms=24 um Points- data MB 3 s~250 um radiative ionisation rms=47 um total HCAL Barrel Pixels MB 2 MB 1 AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee LHCC Feb 09 35

Electronics and Electrical Systems Review l Goal (w/s 19 Jan) Go through the operational Electronics and Electrical Systems Review l Goal (w/s 19 Jan) Go through the operational experience with the electronics and electrical systems, Identify any problems, including sensitivity to noise, The reliability of the systems, the availability of spares, plans for Upgrades. Conducted by M. Hansen and P. Sharp (with other experts). Main Conclusions Over All CMS Electronics Operated well during the CRAFT Global Run. However there are some Issues: §There is a Serious Shortage of Firmware Experts and the Development & Maintenance of Firmware will remain an Issue for the Life of CMS §All Sub-Detectors need to have access to a well Maintained Integration Centre in B 904. §This Centre should Continue to be used to ‘Sign-Off’ all Changes to Hardware, Firmware and Software before they are deployed in CMS §The Facilities at B 904 should involve ‘End to End’ Systems including the Trigger and DAQ AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08

Electronics and Electrical Systems Review Other Conclusions § Emphasis should be given to ensure Electronics and Electrical Systems Review Other Conclusions § Emphasis should be given to ensure that all systems have both the People and Documentation to maintain the systems throughout the life of CMS §Institutional Commitment § New Systems must be Reviewed to ensure that they are Safe and have no impact on existing Systems §Pre-Shower, Totem, Castor, ZDC § All Changes to Existing Systems Must be thoroughly Reviewed to ensure that they are Functionally Correct and Well Engineered § Vigilance in Controlling System Noise is Essential §RPC & New Systems § System Problems and ‘Down Time’ must be logged and Reviewed § ES DCC production issues and EETCC production and commissioning will require close monitoring AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08

Upscopes and Upgrades - SLHC § Topical EB+PMs meeting on SLHC, Lyn Evans invited. Upscopes and Upgrades - SLHC § Topical EB+PMs meeting on SLHC, Lyn Evans invited. § Phase 1 (2 -3 1034, foresee long shutdown 13/14 ? ) §RE and ME 4/2 are ‘shovel ready’, Pixels TDR in about 1 year ! Plan a presentation on pixels in Mon Plenary of the next CMS Week § Whoever is interested has an opportunity to participate. § Phase II § A few areas where big decisions have to be taken which have serious implications for CMS as a whole: e. g. Tracking/L 1 Trigger. ECAL/HCAL/Trigger – also End-cap calorimetry in general. Cross-subdetector work. § Whoever is interested has an opportunity to participate. §Engineering Issues (New TAS/FIN, cooling, Forward Region, BCM/BLM, YE 4) §Radiation Issues §Funding: In addition to R&D and construction costs need to fund the TC Project Office, Engineering Centre (System Engineers – Mechanical and Electronics), Facilities such as 904, … §Cost Book + Cost Reviews AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08

Report from LHCC Referees (17 Feb Meeting) Detector Construction, Maintenance and Repairs § The Report from LHCC Referees (17 Feb Meeting) Detector Construction, Maintenance and Repairs § The referees congratulate CMS for their careful planning and impressive progress …. to produce a complete, reliable detector for the upcoming long 2009 -10 run. § Once again taking the long-term view has paid off for CMS, and should put the experiment in good stead for the unusually long and important 2009 -10 run. §…. . the puzzling loss of flux in the return yoke - look forward to the answer at a future meeting. Preshower The preshower detector was completed and comprehensively tested on the schedule presented in November. Bravo! TOTEM Issues (combined session with TOTEM and its LHCC referees) § The referees identified several issues of concern that are now being worked out among CERN management, CMS, and TOTEM. § The guiding principle established is that TOTEM elements must be subjected to the same standards and reviews as were CMS subsystems before they are allowed to be installed in CMS. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08

Report from LHCC on 17 Feb. Detector Performance, Computing and Physics § CMS physics Report from LHCC on 17 Feb. Detector Performance, Computing and Physics § CMS physics organization has provided outstanding leadership and planning, which has helped advance CMS to an unusually mature level of preparedness for physics. … efforts underway to improve reliability of T 1 and T 2 sites … …. great progress toward achieving TDR performance specifications…… §We support the approach of developing the PAT tools and a standard framework for CMS analyses. Experience at the Te. Vatron and the B Factories has shown that a common “language” like this has been of great benefit in producing physics results that can be easily understood, and rigorously evaluated within the collaboration. … §We were impressed by the several analyses presented of simulated data, including measurements of top, searches for Higgs, exotics, SUSY, and the other “standard candles” … §In this as in the other areas of preparation for beam and physics, CMS is in excellent shape. § Very encouraging report BUT we (CMS) should not get too carried away. These nice words will not mean much if we cannot rapidly produce good physics results when the real moment comes. § We must maintain our focus and continue striving to do better. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08

CMS Schedule 1) Maintenance & Operation Jan Feb Install ES 1 Install ES 2 CMS Schedule 1) Maintenance & Operation Jan Feb Install ES 1 Install ES 2 Close CMS Mar May Jun Magnet Tests CRAFT Jul Aug CRAFT Contingency & pre -beam maintenance CMS READY for Beam Release CMSSW 3_0 (limited validation, step towards 3_1) Apr Tracker Cooling Plant Revised 2) Software, Computing & Physics Analysis Sep Deadline for Input for 3_1 CRAFT, Trigger Review (menu), Phys etc. Release CMSSW 3_1 (LHC Startup) Full validation of 3_1 (incl. production and physics) Start Fullsim production 3_1 Use 3_1 widely CMS gets familiar with 3_1 Start Fastsim production 3_1 CMS READY for Beam Oct AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March 41

New Collaborators §New Collaborators - Singapore Profs. K K Phua, Belal Baaquie, Phil Chan, New Collaborators §New Collaborators - Singapore Profs. K K Phua, Belal Baaquie, Phil Chan, L N Chang, N P Chang, Low Hwee Boon, C H Oh • Started HEP in the 1970's. Have trained at least 20 Ph. D students • Organised HEP conferences and workshops in Singapore, • Currently working in phenomenology, theory. • Developing interests in Grid Computing, software? • 2 Institutes: Institute of Advanced Studies (Nanyang Technological Univ) and Department of Physics (National Univ. of Singapore). Note: Princess Sirindhorn of Thailand visiting CMS later this aftrnoon Poses the question- can we do something regional? AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08

CMS Centres Worldwide II • What is it? – Information and communications focal point CMS Centres Worldwide II • What is it? – Information and communications focal point in institute with LHC / CMS displays, Web GUIs, video links, and outreach. – Facilitates remote participation and harnesses global CMS expertise. – Acts as a local focal point for their CMS work and outreach, and to improve communications with all CMS collaborators. • How is it used? – Sub-detector DQM, calibration, analysis, computing ops, outreach (maybe some remote shifts if running is stable – DQM, computing NB: shift credit only if CMS Coordinators/PMs authorize. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March 43

CMS Centres Worldwide II “How to create a CMS Centre @ My Institute”* Paper CMS Centres Worldwide II “How to create a CMS Centre @ My Institute”* Paper attached to this agenda addresses the questions: What is a CMS Centre and how is it used? What hardware is needed? What software is needed? How much does it cost? Build on the ~ dozen CMS centres so far. Encourage CMS institutes to create CMS Centres Cost: General costs + 2 consoles – about 15 k. CHF * L Taylor will give more details to the CB AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March T. Virdee CMS Week Dec 08 44

Lucas: CMS Centres Worldwide • CMS institutes are encouraged to establish CMS Centres – Lucas: CMS Centres Worldwide • CMS institutes are encouraged to establish CMS Centres – For their own benefit (and CMS) – 15 CMS Centres so far and steadily rising • Frequently Asked Questions 1. What is a CMS Centre and how is it used ? 2. What hardware is needed? 3. What software is needed? 4. How much does it cost? 5. How can I get more information? AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Education and Outreach Current core activities : continued production of the CMS Times and Education and Outreach Current core activities : continued production of the CMS Times and the evolution of the Outreach web site (11 k distinct visitors/mo). Recent Activities • Several new "virtual reality" movies of CMS underground, • Archiving thousands of superb images of CMS (please send your most interesting photos to Lizzie (elizabeth. [email protected] ch) • New online version of the CMS Bulletin, hope to release during June CMS Week. • Release of the Hollywood movie ‘Angels and Demons’, based partly at CERN. Much activity in the US, CERN e. g. public lectures. CMS planning to hold one such evening at Point 5 with a guided visit to UX. • Setting up CMS alumni group (with CERN) to keep over 1000 CMS ex-members in touch with CMS news, events, developments and each other. Possible to upload articles, receive e-newsletters on latest developments and network. Looking Ahead • Create two new exhibition centres: one at Point 5 and one next to the CMS Centre (Meyrin). Use spare parts of the detector incorporated with modern technologies, such as large touch-screens and "virtual reality" movies. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March Education: sharing data/simple analyses in schools and undergraduates in Uni MB Mar 09 tsv

Miscellaneous Publishing CRAFT Results Many people across the whole Collaboration contributed to the successes Miscellaneous Publishing CRAFT Results Many people across the whole Collaboration contributed to the successes of last year, including the CRAFT run and its data handling and analysis. Results are very encouraging. The whole Collaboration should sign this. Should publish before LHC startup. Discuss whether to publish as a single paper or several, suitably linked, in one volume ? Choose whichever path is most efficient. To discuss. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March MB Mar 09 tsv

Issues for this India-CMS meeting 1. Decision on new groups 2. Organizational matters: soon Issues for this India-CMS meeting 1. Decision on new groups 2. Organizational matters: soon going into M&O (data taking + physics mode) (good idea to rotate, but same one can continue) HO M&O, calibration etc of current detector, future towards Si-PM Si-PSD M&O, calibration etc of current detector RPC detector fabrication by end-2012 GRID, Tier-2/3 connectivity from T 2 to T 3 soon, integration in CMS-GRID network: Vipin, Kajari, Sudeshna, Raman, Satyaki, Manas. All these be in Task Force. Physics activity increasing rapidly Coordination, coordinators. (Current: HO-Sudhakar, Si-PSD-? ? , RPC-LMP/JBS) AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Issues… • Discussions underway in CMS on detector upgrades for SLHC, timescale 4 -5 Issues… • Discussions underway in CMS on detector upgrades for SLHC, timescale 4 -5 years from now. • Keep in mind we have already 2 hardware projects on our hands/consideration: Si-PM in HO, and RPCs…. Still…. • Budget: spoke with Mr Vijayraghavan (26 feb, 25 mar, also rks and kailas spoke to him). Both CMS and GRID are with DAE-Finance, he expected 7 -10 days from 26 feb…. Says he will push again. • Next meeting… 31 July, 1 Aug, BARC, Mumbai… • Mailing list… WEB page… AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March

Lines of Communication Collaboration Board CMS Weeks 5 per Year CMS Week Dec 08 Lines of Communication Collaboration Board CMS Weeks 5 per Year CMS Week Dec 08 All-CMS Meeting ~ 6 /year SP Management Board ~ Monthly SP Finance Board Monthly RM Executive Board +PMs Topical, SP Technical Coordination Commissioning & Run. Coordination Trigger Coordination MTP - Monitoring Technical Progress Weekly, SP: DSP, RM EC, CTL, PE, Pt 5, AH Pt 5 Site Meeting 2/wk TC TCM/TIG Weekly TC ESSC Fortnightly EC Run Meeting Daily, Weekly CRC CDPG Monthly DCRC Computing Coordination Offline Coordination Physics Coordination MP 3 - Monitoring Progress in Preparation for Physics Weekly, SP : DSP, Data Ops, Online, Dan JOC - Joint Offline Computing, (weekly) CRB ~ every 2 months Joint Physics Offline, (~monthly) In Dec’ 08 noted that we should review structures in Q 109 and adapt ~ Mar’ 09. So far have convened weekly - MTP (Monitoring Technical Progress) and MP 3 (Monitoring Progress in Preparation for Physics). I believe they have served CMS well. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March Since beg’ 09 summary of MP 3 meetings sent to all the Conveners MB Mar 09 tsv 50

Lines of Communication from Mar 09 Collaboration Board All-CMS Meeting CMS Weeks 5 per Lines of Communication from Mar 09 Collaboration Board All-CMS Meeting CMS Weeks 5 per Year ~ 6 /year SP Wed. Plenary Management Board ~ Monthly SP Finance Board Monthly RM DCRC, PC Executive Board +PMs Extended* Topical Weekly SP Technical Coordination Commissioning & Run. Coordination Trigger Coordination Computing Coordination Offline Coordination Physics Coordination MTP - Monitoring Technical Progress Weekly, SP: DSP, RM EC, CTL, PE, Pt 5, AH Pt 5 Site Meeting 2/wk TC TCM/TIG Weekly TC ESSC Fortnightly EC Run Meeting Daily, Weekly CRC CDPG Monthly DCRC JOC - Joint Offline Computing, (weekly) CRB ~ every 2 months Joint Physics Offline, (~monthly) * Composition of XEB: SP, DSPs, CMS Coordinators and their Deputies, CB Chairperson, 3 – 4 invitees. Meet Weekly and distribute summaries to the whole Collaboration within a few days. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March MB Mar 09 tsv 51

Issues in this meeting • To consider report of the committee’s recommendations regarding induction Issues in this meeting • To consider report of the committee’s recommendations regarding induction of new groups into India-CMS (and CMS). • To consider the participation of India-CMS in the HO upgrade. • From July 08, expected that instead of India-Fund, India-CMS will have to support per diems at CERN from budgets requested. It was agreed in an earlier Steering Committee meeting that an India-CMS committee be in place to consider all the requested deputations. Check with funding agencies also. • Have been some suggestions again regarding written constitution for India-CMS. Can have a short discussion later and, if necessary, can constitute a committee to draw up a draft. • Finally we are in 2008. And hope that beam-beam collisions will take place in LHC at full energy. AG: Report to the Collaboration, India-CMS meeting, Delhi Univ, 27 -28 March