Poster Sessions

The Physics in Collision Conference traditionally arranges poster sessions for contributions from participants. All abstracts for posters having potential interest to the HEP community are welcome. This includes topics such as current experimental measurements, detectors, future experiments and facilities, theoretical ideas ,etc.

Up to twelve of the posters will be selected for short presentation in the plenary session, as well as being available for viewing during the symposium and at a poster session with presenters available for informal discussion. An IAC sub-committee will make the decision on the acceptance of posters and selection for the oral presentation. Write-ups of the accepted contributions will appear in the final proceedings of the conference.

Physicists planning to attend the conference and interested in contributing posters are requested to submit a brief abstract (within 150 words) by E-mail to pic@saske.sk.
Change!!! (on request of big collaborations) The deadline for abstract submissions as a candidate for the poster presentation is 31th of July 2012. We may continue accepting posters after that, but they may not be selected for presentation.

Please find instructions for the poster session / poster talks at Instructions for Authors.


Accepted poster abstracts


1.J. Cuth
on behalf of ATLAS collaboration, IP CAS Prague
Charge asymmetry in top quarks pair production in the dilepton channel at ATLAS
2.J.C. D'Olivo and J.A. Loza
ICN Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Transition Radiation by Common Neutrinos correlations
3.J. Ebr
Institute of Physics, Prague
Measurement of the proton-air cross-section at sqrt(s) = 57 TeV with the Pierre Auger Observatory
4.Z. Feckova
P.J. Safarik University, Kosice
Influence of momentum and charge conservation on azimuthally sensitive correlations
5.P. Federic
on behalf of ATLAS collaboration, Comenius Univ. Bratislava
Top quark charge measurement with the ATLAS detector using pp collision data
6.B. Gomber
on behalf of CMS collaboration, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata
Search for Dark Matter and Large Extra Dimensions in pp Collisions Yielding a Photon and Missing Tranverse Energy
7.N. A. Gromov
Komi Science Center, UrD, RAS, Syktyvkar
Neutrino properties at low energies and gauge group contraction of Electroweak Model correlations
8.A. Kumar
on behalf of CMS collaboration, University of Delhi
A search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the H -> ZZ -> 2l2nu decay channel, where l = e or mu, in pp collisions at a center-of-mass energy of both 7 and 8 TeV
9.B. Leder
University of Wuppertal
The Lambda parameter of two flavor QCD
10.O. Lundberg
on behalf of ATLAS collaboration, University Stockholm
Calibration systems of the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter
11.B. Pastircak, P. Bobik and K. Kudela
on behalf of JEM-EUSO collaboration, IEP SAS Kosice
JEM-EUSO experiment for extreme energy cosmic ray observation
12.A. Perez
INFN - Pisa
The SuperB factory : physics prospects and project status
13.F. Scutti
on behalf of ATLAS collaboration, University Bonn
Reconstruction and Identification of Hadronically Decaying Tau Leptons at ATLAS
14.E. Stanecka
on behalf of ATLAS collaboration, INP PAS Cracow
The ATLAS Inner Detector operation, data quality and tracking performance
15.M. Van Woerden
on behalf of ATLAS collaboration, CERN
Calibration of the ATLAS Tile hadronic calorimeter using muons
16.Y. Uchida
Imperial College London
The COMET Muon-to-Electron Conversion Experiment
17.T. Varol
on behalf of ATLAS collaboration, CERN
Performance of the muon identification in ATLAS in the presence of high pile-up
18.Y. Maeda
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University
Charged-particle veto detector for the KL-->pi0nunubar study in the J-PARC KOTO experiment
19.Z. Wazir
International Islamic University Islamabad
Study of properties of the central nucleus-nucleus collisions at high energies using a new method based on random matrix theory
20.I. Marfin
DESY
Search for Higgs production in association with b quarks with CMS in pp Collisions


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