Having taken data at the test-beam for the Muon detector scintillator planes
And having written the code for the graphics and the analysis package there,
Package on which I worked after having cleaned all the data I can be helpful
I also worked on simulations of physics and background channels and physics
Analysis and developed Algorithms for the separation of muons in jets at the
ILC, so all that gave me a good overview of the ILC detector. (not to
mention that I also worked on the charm tagging at the vertex of the ILC )
Finally it is the person who does the work that know the best and I was
lucky to be able to do that.
So If you need help, please don't hesitate to get in touch (tel 5414)or
But it is ....as far as my "talent" in formulating stuff in English can go !
I can help for the content if needed.
From: Jae Yu [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 1:17 AM
To: Caroline Milstene
Cc: Jim Brau; [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [Fwd: Final review for ILC TB Roadmap]
Thanks for the comments, Caroline! A few sentences to fit into the
document would be very helpful.
Caroline Milstene wrote:
> You might want to add a few numbers :
> I mean that it might be worse mentionning that in heavy flavour jets
events for a sample
> of 10000 e+e- --> to heavy flavour jets, ~68000 particles are produced.
> Of those 68000 particles 73% are low momenta particles, with a momentum
below 3 GeV.
> For the 28% particles with higher momenta, half ot them stil have a
momentuml below 10 GeV. Therefore low energy test beams are important.
> This trend toward lower momenta particles tend to be even stronger for
softer jets from
> light quarks.
> (details can be found on JINST-SISSA-p1003-October06- table 3, page 7,
> However, for part of the physics study beyond the standard model, e.g.
> sleptons, the containment and accurate measurement of the high momenta
> required as well. Test beams for high momenta particles are therefore
> during detector prototyping.( see SnowMass 2005- talk by Ayres Freitas at
> Id session)
> Caroline Milstene
> MS 231 Tel 630-840-5414
> P.O.Box 500
> e-mail:[log in to unmask]
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jim Brau <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 4:22 pm
> Subject: [Fwd: Final review for ILC TB Roadmap]
> To: [log in to unmask]
>> PLEASE RESPOND TO THIS REQUEST FROM VACLAV, FELIX, KIYOTOMO,
>> AND JAE BY JULY 31.
>> Subject: Final review for ILC TB Roadmap
>> Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 11:44:01 -0500
>> From: Jae Yu <[log in to unmask]>
>> To: Jim Brau <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]"
>> <[log in to unmask]>, Hitoshi Yamamoto
>> <[log in to unmask]>, Vaclav Vrba <[log in to unmask]>,
>> [log in to unmask], KAWAGOE Kiyotomo <[log in to unmask]>,
>> Jae Yu <[log in to unmask]>
>> Dear Jim, Francois and Hitoshi,
>> The final draft of the ILC TB Roadmap document is prepared and ready
>> the community review before the release. The document can be found
>> the URL:
>> Given the importance of this document, we would greatly appreciate if
>> you could distribute this message to the community for our colleagues'
>> comments within a week, by July 31, so that we can release the document
>> to public by Aug. 1.
>> Thank you for your help!
>> Vaclav, Felix, Kiyotomo and Jae
>> James E. Brau
>> Knight Professor of Natural Science
>> Physics Department
>> and Center for High Energy Physics
>> 1274 University of Oregon
>> Eugene, OR 97403-1274
>> (541) 346-4766