Nuclear and Particle Physics Research at Suranaree University of Technology

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Heavy Ion Physics Research

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ALICE Collaboration

SUT has joined the ALICE Collaboration as a full member since December 2012.

ITS upgrade project (Technical Design Report, Conceptual Design Report)

In December 13, 2012, Suranaree University of Technology (SUT) has become a full member of the ALICE collaboration. At first SUT contributions came only from the detector and physics simulations in the Inner Tracking System (ITS) upgrade project.  Later the collaboration has expanded into sensor development and characterization involving Thai Microelectronics Center (TMEC) and the Synchrotron Light Research Institute (Public Organization).  For Grid site operation and maintenance, Thailand National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), as part of National e-Science Infrastructure Consortium, has helped to setup two Tier 2 sites for ALICE in Thailand at NECTEC and SUT. Recently, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) has joined the ALICE O2 project which aims at designing and creating a completely new computing system for the inspection, the read-out and the online reconstruction.

SUT ALICE Software Installation page This page is dedicated to help the new comer at SUT to install ALICE software quickly.

Data Analysis requirements Students are required to familiar themselves with root, geant and Aliroot on Linux platform. Instructions and tutorial can be found here. For detailed installation and describtion using aliBuild, please go to Dario's page.

Thesis Resources Take a look at examples of Master and PhD thesis here.

ALICE Analysis TutorialPhysics Analysis in ALICE here.

Activities in ALICE Most activities in ALICE Collaboration can be seen at aliweb. The analysis note can be found in the section Documents & Conferences which can be accessed after login using your CERN password.

ALICE Collaboration database Our members are enlisted in this Glance database.

 

 

For more information and inquires, please contactChinorat Kobdaj, PhD
School of Physics, Institute of Science
Suranaree University of Technology,
Nakhon Ratchasima 30000, Thailand
Tel: +66-44-224618 (office)
Tel: +66-85-610-0160 (mobile)
Fax: +66-44-224651
Email: kobdaj@g.sut.ac.th