COLLABORATION NEWS

COLLABORATION NEWS

12th Collaboration Meeting of the BM@N Experiment at the NICA Facility

In accordance with the plan for international cooperation, the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR), Dubna, together with Satbayev University, Almaty, organize the 12th Collaboration meeting of the BM@N experiment at the NICA facility from 13 to 17 May 2024 in Almaty, Kazakhstan (day of arrival – 12 May, day of departure – 18 May). The focus of the meeting will be on the reconstruction and identification of strange particles, analysis of event topologies of Xe+Cs interactions collected during the xenon physics run of the BM@N experiment. The physics analysis of previously collected argon-nucleus interactions will be reviewed. The physics…

Analysis and Detector Meeting of the BM@N Experiment at the NICA facility 12-13 March 2024

Analysis and Detector Meeting of the BM@N Experiment at the NICA facility will take place at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR), Dubna, Russia, on 12–13 March 2024 (suggested day of arrival – 11 March, suggested day of departure – 13 March). The focus of the meeting will be on the reconstruction and identification of strange particles, analysis of event topologies of Xe+Cs interactions collected during the xenon physics run of the BM@N experiment. The physics analysis of previously collected argon-nucleus interactions will be reviewed. The physics program and experimental set-up in the next BM@N experimental run will be…

11th BM@N Collaboration Meeting (28–30 November, 2023)

The 11th Collaboration Meeting of the BM@N Experiment at the NICA Facility took place in Dubna, Russia, at the V.I. Veksler and A.M. Baldin Laboratory of High Energy Physics of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research on 28–30 November 2023. The focus of the meeting was on the reconstruction and identification of strange particles, analysis of event topologies of Xe+Cs interactions collected during the xenon physics run of the BM@N experiment. The physics analysis of previously collected argon-nucleus interactions was also considered. The physics program and experimental set-up in the next BM@N experimental run were discussed. Organizational issues of the…