US CMS Trigger - University of Wisconsin-Madison

US CMS Trigger - University of Wisconsin-Madison

US US CMS CMS Trigger Trigger 2006 2006 LPC Meeting Wesley H. Smith, U. Wisconsin CMS Trigger Project Manager February 17, 2006 Outline: Calorimeter Trigger Status Endcap Muon Trigger Status Installation/Commissioning Plans Upgrade R&D This talk is available on: http://hep.wisc.edu/wsmith/cms/doc06/smith_trig_LPC_feb06.pdf W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 1 Regional Regional Cal. Cal. Trigger Trigger Milestone: Milestone: Production Production & & Testing Testing Complete Complete Receiver Card: Front Electron Isolation & Clock:

Adder mezz link cards DC-DC Back Bar Code PHASE ASICs BSCAN ASICs MLUs W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 fraction Bar tested* Code (needed) *will test rest for extra spares 132/153 tested (126)

26/28 Custom Backpl Tested (18) Receiver Mezz. Card EISO 153/154 Tested SORT (126) EISO Inpu t EISO ASICs (w/ heat sinks) Oscillat or Clock Clock InputClock delay adjust

DC-DC Converter s Jet/Summary: Front BSCAN ASICs 22/25 tested (18) 23/25 tested (18) Phase ASIC Back Sort ASICs BSCAN ASICs CMS Trigger - 2 33 RCT RCT Full Full Crates Crates Operating

Operating at at CERN CERN - U. Wisconsin -- U. U. Wisconsin Wisconsin Rear of Full RCT crate fully cabled to HCAL trigger primitive logic Used for integration tests & board checkout after shipment W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 Front of Full RCT crate with Jet Capture Card that continuously samples output, checks on the fly for errors and provides readout of 256 crossings CMS Trigger - 3 Endcap Endcap Muon Muon Trigger Trigger Milestone: Milestone: Production Production & & Testing Testing Complete Complete uon Sorter (Rice):

Sorter produced (1 needed) Muon Port Card (Rice): Final production done (tested 67) Total needed: 60 (75 incl. spares) Sector Processor (Florida): Backplane produced (1 needed) 20 SP produced (12 needed): VME Interface (glue logic) Optomodules GTLP Receivers TLK2501 Mezzanine serializers card W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 4 CSC CSC trigger trigger operations operations

Preparing Preparing for for Cosmic Cosmic Challenge Challenge Currently set-up in SX5 as operated in 2004 beam tests Connected 10 chambers in ME+2 & ME+3 20 full slice on YE+2 CSC Track-Finder will provide a cosmic muon trigger based on a coincidence of LCTs in two or more disks Currently triggering @ 50Hz with 2-station coincidence CSC track finder has already provided triggers used to pass data from the CSCs to the global DAQ. SP W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 5 Trigger Trigger Activity Activity in in 2006 2006 Operate fully functional trigger electronics at CERN Employed in myriad tests & preparation activities

Tests in Electronics Integration Center Labs & row of racks for electronics subsystems Test interfaces & integration as much as possible before move to USC55 Surface & Magnet tests in SX5 With both HCAL and EMU More during magnet test Verify trigger functions & interfaces w/detectors on surface. Installation in Underground Counting Room (USC55) Expect start by April 06 --ready for crates Racks, Infrastructure installed & operational Underground Counting Room Trigger Upgrade R&D Start initial design work & technology investigations W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 6 Electronics Electronics Schedule Schedule 2006 2006 4 (8) month slip wrt. schedule as of Feb 05 (04) 2Q 04 3Q 04 4Q 04

1Q 05 2Q 05 3Q 05 4Q 05 1Q 06 2Q 06 3Q 06 4Q 06 1Q 07 2Q 07 3Q 07 4Q 07 A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D Lower CMS Connect Cables to USC USC Ready for Crates SCX connected to USC Start USC55 Installation was Dec 05 (June 05) in Feb 05 (04) (access/cooling:USC55) LHC Beams Complete ESRs for CMS Electronics Complete EIC, Prevessin 904 Testing Electronics in EIC Install Electronics in USC & UXC Commission (Self Test) Commission (Local DAQ) Commission (Remote or Mini DAQ) Commission Trigger (Stand alone) Commission Trigger (Sub - Detectors) Send Triggers to Sub-Detectors

Commission Complete System Start USC55 Installation date is now April 2006 W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 7 Electronics Electronics Integration Integration Center Center (Building (Building 904) 904) User Labs Readout & trigger electronics testing labs Assemble one each of critical racks in central trigger core in underground counting room See Next Slide LV Tests W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 System Tests Trigger Tests CMS Trigger - 8 Central

Central Integration Integration Racks Racks in in Electronics Electronics Integration Integration Center Center Large scale integration tasks in central racks: ECAL RCT GCT GT/ GMT TTC DTTF HCAL CSCTF Example: Calorimeter trigger

operating with CMS timing & control infrastructure Successful integration tests with regional calorimeter trigger, global calorimeter trigger, HCAL and ECAL trigger primitive logic W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 9 Bldg. Bldg. 904 904 Integration Integration Tests Tests W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 10 Status Status of of 904 904 All users in place

Safety system validated. 24/7 operation Procedures in place for DSS/DCS operation Integration in central racks now focus of work DAQ burn-in Integration of TTC/RCT/ECAL/HCAL/GCT/GT Integration of GMT/CSCTF/DTTF/GT/RPC Extensive burn-in debugging taking place in labs HCAL/ECAL/RCT/TTC/GCT/GT/TKR/EMU/RPC Subsystems have been profiting from the availability and gaining valuable experience in integration/commissioning Problems are being found - and fixed Often subtle problems which only show up in the integration environment of trying to run many systems at once. W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 11 HCAL-SLB-RCT HCAL-SLB-RCT Integration Integration in in EIC EIC -- Maryland, Maryland, Lisbon, Lisbon, Wisconsin Wisconsin Sent synchronous jet data from HCAL HTR Cards thru 6 SLB over 10m copper 4Gb/s Vitesse Links to 6 Regional Calorimeter Trigger Receiver Mezzanine cards, thru Receiver

Cards, Backplane and Jet Summary Card to Jet Capture Card that records the output of 256 crossings. Observed output jets on all channels in expected crossings. W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 12 CSC CSC Track Track Finder Finder Integration Integration -- Florida, Florida, Rice, Rice, UCLA UCLA Slice Test: cosmics running now! preparing full readout and self triggering of a whole trigger sector (60o). Since April 05 self-triggering with as close to nominal CMS setup as possible used to pass data CSCs to global DAQ. Goal: magnet test with 1/12th of the fully functioning CSC detector system W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 EIC Integration Integration tests with Drift Tube Track Finder underway Have CSC TF crate running in EIC Now have full crate working at Florida (above)

CMS Trigger - 13 CSC CSC Trigger Trigger Integration Integration with with Global Global Muon Muon & & Global Global Triggers Triggers Muon Sort er Boar d Rice Muon Sorter sorts Sector Processor muons & transmits to Vienna Global Muon Trigger: Integration Test successful W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 14

Trigger Software Configuration data Use CMS Configuration DB Infrastructure Trigger Supervisor (see below) Integrate with Run Control and trigger sub-systems Trigger testing and monitoring Translate Integration Test Plans into Software Bldg 904 setup Trigger Online Monitoring Use DAQ Monitoring Infrastructure Run Control Database side RC session (FM) TS client (Web page) DB HTTP interface (JSP/TOMCAT) Configuration / conditions DB

Trigger Supervisor Cell (TS) DB SOAP interface (XDAQ) DStore Cell (GT) Cell (GCT) W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 Cell (ECAL) CMS Trigger - 15 The The Trigger Trigger Supervisor Supervisor GUI GUI Vienna & Wisconsin Integrate d with RCT, ECAL, GT, CSC, GMT All subdetectors producing TPGs are being

integrated with configuration DB with Trigger Supervisor W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 16 Trigger Trigger Supervisor Supervisor Demonstrator Demonstrator Philipp, HEPHY gtswpc1.cern.ch:1972 Tobias, HEPHY Monika, Wisconsin Centra l Cell Marc, Wisconsi Ildefons, n HEPHY 3 nations, one trigger supervisor! Franc e

Switzerla nd Pcyestercm.cern.ch:197 2 Pcwiscms.cern.ch:1972 GT Cell W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 Web browser RCT Cell Austri a 192.168.0.30:1972 GMT Cell CMS Trigger - 17 Install/Commission Install/Commission Magnet Test (a.k.a. Cosmic Challenge) : Drift Tube Trigger: Main trigger along with RPC Trigger with dedicated logic CSC Trigger: 40 (or 60) Slice: 24 CSCs from Sector 5, overlaps DT sectors 10, 11

SP Clock & Control Board Local Timing Controller Calorimeter Trigger: Existing HCAL RCT JCC system brought to point 5 on demand provides full HCAL module trigger Trigger provided to all participating subsystems USC55: Planned start April 2006 All trigger systems first tested in Prevessin 904 Nothing is installed in a rack for the first time in USC55 W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 18 Commissioning Commissioning Tasks Tasks in in 2006 2006 Engineers: Revise firmware Replace testing firmware with operations firmware Monitoring Implement voltage/temperature detector controls Timing & Control Build up timing & control signal distribution systems Software Develop APIs for integration with software Physicists: Diagnostics, emulators, simulation code, interfaces and integration with other CMS systems. W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006

CMS Trigger - 19 Trigger Trigger Install Install Schedule Schedule -- II Install/Commission Trig. Crates: Apr 06 - Sep 06 Tested Trigger Crates installed, re-tested, interconnected, inter-synchronized Regional and Global Detector trigger systems integrated with each other and Global Trigger Integrate w/Detector Elect.: May 06 - Oct 06 Phase 1 in USC55, Phase 2 in UXC55 Cal Trig connected to E/HCAL USC55 electronics Muon Triggers connected to optical fibers carrying trigger data from detector in UXC55 Global Trigger connected to TTC distribution system Operation with Local DAQ W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 20 Trigger Trigger Install Install Schedule Schedule -- IIII Integrate w/Central Trig. & DAQ Oct 06 - Mar 07

Subset of triggers available to detectors in UXC55 Dedicated testing with individual detectors Detailed synchronization testing of all systems Testing with Central DAQ System Commissioning Apr 07 - Aug 07 Full capability of trigger system available Tests with all detectors and trigger operating simultaneously together and partitioned Trigger and DAQ can operate in 8 separate partitions Ready for Data Taking August, 2007 W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 21 SLHC SLHC Upgrade Upgrade Planning Planning Luminosity upgrade x10 SLHC : L = 1035cm-2s-1 Extends LHC mass reach by ~ 20-30% with modest changes to machine Detector upgrades needed -- especially the trigger & tracker Time scale ~ 2015 Attempt to restrict upgrade to post-Trigger Primitive electronics as much as possible where detectors are retained Only change where required -- evolutionary -- some possible pre-SLHC? SLHC Upgrade Committee Members Tracker: G. Hall, ECAL: P. Busson, HCAL: A.Baden, Muon: C. Wilmott, Trigger: W. Smith, Computing/Physics: D. Acosta, Microelectronics: A. Marchioro, Optoelectronics: F. Vasey, Electronics Coordinator: J. Nash, Spokesperson, Deputy

Spokesperson, Technical Coordinator, Deputy Technical Coordinator Meeting During Electronics & CMS Weeks Next Meeting: CMS Week March 2006 Planning for April Workshop April 3/4 2006 Perugia http://bilei.home.cern.ch/bilei/Doc/SLHC_in_Perugia.html W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 22 SLHC SLHC Trigger Trigger Upgrade Upgrade LHC: Level 1: Regional to Global Component to Global SLHC Proposal: Combine Level-1 Trigger data between tracking, calorimeter & muon at Regional Level at finer granularity Transmit physics objects made from tracking, calorimeter & muon regional trigger data to global trigger Implication: perform some of tracking, isolation & other regional trigger functions in combinations between regional triggers New Regional cross-detector trigger crates Leave present L1+ HLT structure intact (except latency) No added levels --minimize impact on CMS readout W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006

CMS Trigger - 23 SLHC SLHC L-1 L-1 Trigger Trigger R&D R&D New Features: 80 MHz I/O Operation Level-1 Tracking Trigger Inner pixel track & outer tracker stub Reports crude PT & multiplicity in ~ 0.1x 0.1 Regional Muon & Cal Triggers report in ~ 0.1 x 0.1 Regional Level-1 Tracking correlator Separate systems for Muon & Cal Triggers Separate crates covering regions Sits between regional triggers & global trigger Latency of 6.4 sec R&D program & technologies motivated by needs: Complicated Algorithms & Low Latency: FPGAs: faster, more logic -- less custom logic -- programmable Faster and larger memories Moving more data at higher speed: Link technology: speed & integration Backplane technology: connectors & newer interconnect technology Higher Crossing Frequency: High speed clocking: low jitter - design for links Overall Complexity: Design for test, diagnostics, algorithm validation

W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 24 Trigger Trigger 2006 2006 Summary Summary Good Progress on all fronts: CAL & EMU Triggers finished production Operations at CERN underway Integration tests complete or underway Software is in use and development continues Main Activity in 06-7: Installation: Time is tight to accomplish the necessary tasks Steps taken, planning established to meet schedule Tests: Surface Tests in SX5, incl. Magnet Test in Spring 06 Extensive use of Electronics Integration Center Careful layout and plan for USC55 starting Apr. 06 Upgrade R&D: Design work: build on evolving concepts for higher luminosity Investigate enabling technologies to understand implementation W. Smith, LPC Meeting, February 17, 2006 CMS Trigger - 25

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