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 2019-10-0413:19 Untagged Exclusive Analysis of the Semileptonic Decay $B\rightarrow\pi\ell\nu$ from Belle II Data in Preparation for |$V_{ub}$| Extraction / Svenja Granderath ; Prof. Dr. Jochen Dingfelder ; Dr. Peter Lewis [BELLE2-MTHESIS-2019-006] Presented on 19 09 2019 MSc 2019 Physikalisches Institut / Bonn, Germany In this thesis an untagged exclusive analysis of the charmless semileptonic decay $B\rightarrow\pi\ell\nu$ using an integrated luminosity of 5.6 $fb^{−1}$ of early Belle II data was discussed. [...] Fulltext: PDF; 2019-09-1003:37 High Energy KL Calibration at Belle II using Initial State Radiation / Lachlan Vaughan-Taylor ; Kevin Varvell ; Andrew Bakich [BELLE2-MTHESIS-2019-005] Presented on 30 08 2019 MSc 2019 The University of Sydney / Sydney This thesis presents a feasibility study of a method for KL calibration at the Belle II experiment, using initial state radiation (ISR) production of the KS KL final state. [...] Fulltext: PDF; 2019-08-2105:11 Comparison of the Simulated Lifetime of Primary and Secondary Lambda_0 Particles in Belle II Analysis Software Framework / Sangsik Yoon ; Doris Kim [BELLE2-UTHESIS-2019-002] Presented on 28 05 2019 BSc 2019 Soongsil University / Seoul The problem of the simulated lifetime of secondary Lambda_0 particles in the Belle II detector simulation has been reported by Hikari Hirata at Nagoya University [...] Fulltext: PDF; 2019-08-0709:33 Multiparameter Analysis of the Belle II Pixeldetector’s Data Using Principal Components Analysis and Neural Networks / Stephanie Käs ; Jens Sören Lange [BELLE2-UTHESIS-2019-001] Presented on 01 07 2019 BSc 2019 II. Physics Institute / Giessen In a recent thesis, the use of self-organising maps (SOM) and feed forward networks for classification processes was applied in the analysis of data from Belle II’s pixel vertex detector. [...] Fulltext: PDF; 2019-08-0110:54 Exclusive untagged analysis of the semi-leptonic decay B→ρlν in preparation for extracting |V_ub| using early Belle II data / Lex Greeven ; Prof. Dr. Jochen Dingfelder ; Dr. Peter Lewis [BELLE2-MTHESIS-2019-004] Presented on 01 08 2019 MSc 2019 Physikalisches Institut / Bonn In this thesis, the decay B → ρlν was studied using Belle II Monte Carlo simulation corresponding to the early Belle II data size of 6.5 fb−1. [...] Fulltext: PDF; 2019-07-0914:19 Combinatorial Kalman Filter and High Level Trigger Reconstruction for the Belle II Experiment / Nils Braun ; Prof. Dr. Michael Feindt ; Prof. Dr. Florian U. Bernlochner [BELLE2-PTHESIS-2019-002] Presented on 21 12 2018 PhD 2018 Karlsuhe Institute of Technology / Karlsruhe The Belle II detector is introduced in Chapter 2 with a focus on the tracking subdetectors and the trigger setup required for this thesis. [...] Fulltext: PDF; 2019-06-1217:41 The Study and Shielding of Electromagnetic Radiation from SuperKEKB Electron and Positron Beam Interactions / Alexandre Beaulieu ; John Michael Roney ; Maxim Pospelov ; Colin Bradley [BELLE2-PTHESIS-2019-001] Presented on 29 04 2019 PhD 2019 University of Victoria / Victoria BC, Canada This project contributes to the research and development studies towards successful commissioning of the SuperKEKB electron-positron collider. [...] Fulltext: PDF; 2019-04-2508:47 Search for Highly Ionizing Particles with the Pixel Detector in the Belle II Experiment / Katharina Dort ; Dr. Jens Soeren Lange [BELLE2-MTHESIS-2019-003] Presented on 25 04 2019 MSc 2019 II. Physics Institute / Giessen, Germany The Belle II experiment located at the high-energy research facility KEK in Tsukuba (Ibaraki) Japan started operation in 2018. [...] Fulltext: PDF; Supporting Information to thesis: PDF; 2019-03-2107:29 Reconstruction Methods for Semi-leptonic Decays of B-mesons with the Belle II Experiment / Nadia Toutounji ; Kevin Varvell [BELLE2-MTHESIS-2019-002] Presented on 21 01 2019 MSc 2019 The University of Sydney / Sydney The Belle II detector located in Tsukuba, Japan, building on the work of its predecessor Belle, is scheduled for long-term data collection from electron-positron $e^{+} e^{-}$ collisions commencing in early 2019, for the purpose of studying rare B-meson decays in the search for new physics beyond the Standard Model. [...] MPhil thesis: PDF; 2019-01-2815:50 Sensitivity Studies for the Branching Fraction of the B to K(*) nu nu Decays with an Inclusive Tag B Reconstruction for the Belle II Experiment / Benjamin Haser ; Prof. Dr. Thomas Kuhr [BELLE2-MTHESIS-2019-001] Presented on 28 11 2018 MSc 2018 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität / munich In this thesis a sensitivity study for the B to K(*) nu nu transitions will be provided by using the Belle II analysis software framework and Monte Carlo samples [...]
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