Contact
Name
Nicolas Schul
Position
Former member
PhD student in CP3 from September 2006 to August 2011
Current position: SWIFT - Capacity Planner.
Projects
I am involved in the following research directions:

GasToF: ultra fast timing detector

GasToF (Gas Time-of-Flight) detector is a Cherenkov detector developed for very precise (with ~10 ps resolution) flight time measurements of very forward protons at the LHC. Such an excellent time resolution allows, using z-by-timing technique, for precise measurements of the event vertex z-coordinate and the background reduction. This detector is essential for selecting exclusive and semi-exclusive processes at the LHC, and can also be applied for the particle ID at future experiments.

External collaborators: CMS PPS project, M. Albrow (Fermilab), M. Khakzad (Tehran), J. Varela (Lisbon), and E. Schnys (Photonis) and J. Howorth (Photek Ltd).


Show past projects.
Publications in CP3
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All my publications on Inspire

2011

Measurement of the exclusive two-photon production of muon pairs at the LHC
The CMS Collaboration
[Full text]
Public experimental note. 30th June.

2010

CMS Tracking Performance Results from early LHC Operation
CMS collaboration
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] [Full text] Published in Eur.Phys.J.C70:1165-1192,2010.
Refereed paper. 21st December.
Exclusive production at the LHC
Nicolas Schul for the CMS Collaboration
[Full text] Proceedings of DIS2010: XVIII International Workshop on Deep-Inelastic Scattering and Related Subjects
Contribution to proceedings. 1st July.

2009

Alignment of the CMS Silicon Tracker during Commissioning with Cosmic Rays
CMS Collaboration
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] [Full text] CMS PAPER CFT-09-003
Published in JINST

Refereed paper. 26th December.
Commissioning and Performance of the CMS Pixel Tracker with Cosmic Ray Muons
CMS Collaboration
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] [Full text] CMS-CFT-09-001.
Published in JINST

Refereed paper. 26th December.


[UCLouvain] - [SST] [IRMP] - [SC]
Contact : Jérôme de Favereau
Research
Job opportunities PhD Position in Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology