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Study On Trigger Designs For Various Heavy-ion Physics Measurements, Using Monte Carlo Simulations

CREDIT OFFERED:   1 to 3 credit hours of PHSX 501 or 503

CONTACT PERSON:    Daniel Tapia Takaki, 6070B Malott, 4-1272, jdtt@ku.edu

PREREQUISITE COURSES:    PHSX 212 or 214 with an "A"

DESIRED SKILLS:    C++ programming, familiarity with unix. Can be learned on the job

DESCRIPTION OF JOB:  ONE OR MORE OF FOLLOWING TASKS:

Research in ultra-relativisitic heavy-ion collisions, usually related to preparations for high luminosity runs at the Large Hadron Collider. Studies on trigger designs for various heavy-ion physics measurements, using Monte Carlo simulations.

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