The ATLAS liquid argon calorimeters at the dawn of LHC run-2

Abstract : The Liquid Argon Calorimeters are key sub-detectors of ATLAS. They are essential to detect and measure the properties of electrons, photons and are also crucial for jets and missing transverse momentum measurements. During the LHC shutdown in 2013-2014, the hardware and the software have been optimized to improve their reliability. The first collisions allow an assessment of the performance of the detector in the LHC Run-2 conditions. In view of the next LHC Run in 2020, an upgrade of the level-1 trigger system is also under test. The status at the restart of the LHC Run-2 is presented in this document.
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C. Camincher. The ATLAS liquid argon calorimeters at the dawn of LHC run-2. V.T. Kim, E. Sosnov. 3rd Annual Hadron Collider Physics Conference (LHCP 2015), Aug 2015, St Petersburg, Russia. Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference on Large Hadron Collider Physics, pp.603-607, 2016. ⟨in2p3-01188525⟩

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