MicroBooNE Offline Software Retreat

US/Eastern
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Sam Zeller (FNAL), Tingjun Yang (FNAL), Wesley Ketchum (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Description
The goal of this retreat is to have a workshop for software developers to come together and work on the pieces of MicroBooNE's simulation, reconstruction, and analysis framework that will push us into being ready for our first data. While the workshop will be at a level requiring some experience with LArSoft and our current simulation and reconstruction methods, the workshop is open to any MicroBooNE collaborator who wants to get directly involved with the effort. Given the recent LArSoft framework transition, we intend to hold some entry-level LArSoft tutorials and walkthroughs in the very near future in order to get new contributors up to that "some experience" level, so please don't hesitate to register. More information, including details of the meeting room and schedule, may be found to the left.
Participants
  • Andrzej Szelc
  • ANDY BLAKE
  • Anne Schukraft
  • Ariana Hackenburg
  • Ben Carls
  • Ben Jones
  • Brooke Russell
  • Bruce Baller
  • Bryce Littlejohn
  • Chao Zhang
  • Corey Adams
  • David Caratelli
  • David Kaleko
  • Donna Naples
  • Douglas Davis
  • Elena Gramellini
  • Eric Church
  • Erica Snider
  • Georgia Karagiorgi
  • Gianluca Petrillo
  • Herbert Greenlee
  • Jason St. John
  • Jessica Esquivel
  • Jonathan Asaadi
  • Joseph Zennamo
  • Kazuhiro Terao
  • Kevin Yarritu
  • Kirk McDonald
  • Leon Rochester
  • Leonidas Kalousis
  • Lord Michael Kirby
  • Mark Thomson
  • Mary Bishai
  • Matt Toups
  • Michele Weber
  • Mindy Jen
  • Nathaniel Tagg
  • Ornella Palamara
  • Roberto Acciarri
  • Roxanne Guenette
  • Ryan Grosso
  • Sarah Lockwitz
  • Sowjanya Gollapinni
  • Thomas Strauss
  • Tia Miceli
  • Tingjun Yang
  • Titus Cosgrove
  • Tracy Usher
  • Wesley Ketchum
  • William Foreman
  • Xin Qian
  • Yichen Li
  • Yun-Tse Tsai
    • General Welcome
    • LArSoft Introduction
    • LArSoft: For Experts
    • Introduction to Pandora
    • Cosmic Subtraction: PLANNING
      Convener: Wesley Ketchum (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
    • Muon Tracking: Reconstruction Evaluation: PLANNING
      Convener: Dr Herbert Greenlee (Fermilab)
    • Showers: Identification, Characteristics, and Reconstruction Quality: PLANNING
      Conveners: Dr Andrzej Szelc (Yale University), Mr Kazuhiro Terao (Nevis Laboratories, Columbia University)
    • Cosmic Subtraction
    • Dirt Interactions: Simulate particles entering from neutrino-induced interactions outside the TPC
    • Muon Tracking: Reconstruction Evaluation
    • Showers: Identification, Characteristics, and Reconstruction Quality
    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch
    • Cosmic Subtraction
    • Muon Tracking: Reconstruction Evaluation
    • Showers: Identification, Characteristics, and Reconstruction Quality
    • TPC Simulation
    • Muon tracking: Multiple-scattering momentum measurements
    • PID: Calorimetry
    • Showers: Identification, Characteristics, and Reconstruction Quality
    • TPC Simulation
    • Vertex Finding
    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch
    • Free Session
    • Cosmic Calibration: Lifetime measurement extraction
    • Cosmic Calibration: Stopping muon and Michel reconstruction
    • PID: Muon vs. charged pion separation
    • Showers: Electron/photon separation
    • Showers: Neutral pion reconstruction
    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch
    • Cosmic Calibration: Lifetime measurement extraction
    • Cosmic Calibration: Stopping muon and Michel reconstruction
    • PID: Muon vs. charged pion separation
    • Showers: Electron/photon separation
    • Showers: Neutral pion reconstruction
    • Preparation
    • Overview of Progress and Future Steps