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A Hardware Track-Trigger for CMS: At the High Luminosity Lhc (Springer Theses) (Hardcover)
Introduction.- The CMS Phase II Upgrade.- The Track Finder Demonstrator.- The Hough Transform.- The Kalman Filter.- Demonstrator Results.- Outlook and Summary.
About the Author
Tom studied undergraduate physics Imperial College London, where he became involved in the High Energy Physics group. He graduated with an MSc in Physics in 2014, after completing a one year project on novel tracking techniques for the CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider. He remained at Imperial College London for his PhD studies, during which he spent 50% of his time based at CERN, Geneva. In 2018, he completed his PhD studies on the upgraded tracker and trigger of CMS, producing a thesis 'A Hardware Track-Trigger for CMS at the High Luminosity LHC', which was awarded the CMS thesis of the year. Tom now works as a research fellow in the CERN Experimental Physics department, where he continues to develop low-latency trigger algorithms for FPGA processing hardware.