Event Title

Estimating Acceptance for Multilepton Events as a Function of Invariant Mass

Session Number

Project ID: PHYS 14

Advisor(s)

Dr. Peter Dong, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Discipline

Physical Science

Start Date

20-4-2022 10:25 AM

End Date

20-4-2022 10:40 AM

Abstract

This talk will discuss a major overhaul of our data analysis architecture which permits the use of multiple file types. The code we use to work with particle physics datasets previously only worked when those datasets were written in MiniAOD format. After the overhaul, the code can be easily made to run on any file format, including DELPHES which was used in our most recent analysis. This new framework permits the automated generation of stack histograms which show the total expected background in comparison to the expected signal for a given channel. These plots are crucial for every analysis, and the current effort to automate their generation grew out of the code written to produce these plots for our doubly charged Higgs and lepton jet studies.

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Apr 20th, 10:25 AM Apr 20th, 10:40 AM

Estimating Acceptance for Multilepton Events as a Function of Invariant Mass

This talk will discuss a major overhaul of our data analysis architecture which permits the use of multiple file types. The code we use to work with particle physics datasets previously only worked when those datasets were written in MiniAOD format. After the overhaul, the code can be easily made to run on any file format, including DELPHES which was used in our most recent analysis. This new framework permits the automated generation of stack histograms which show the total expected background in comparison to the expected signal for a given channel. These plots are crucial for every analysis, and the current effort to automate their generation grew out of the code written to produce these plots for our doubly charged Higgs and lepton jet studies.