AI-optimized detector design for the future Electron-Ion Collider: the dual-radiator RICH case

13 Nov 2019E. CisbaniA. Del DottoC. FanelliM. WilliamsM. AlfredF. BarbosaL. BarionV. BerdnikovW. BrooksT. CaoM. ContalbrigoS. DanagoulianA. DattaM. DemarteauA. DenisovM. DiefenthalerA. DurumD. FieldsY. FurletovaC. GleasonM. Grosse-PerdekampM. HattawyX. HeH. van HeckeD. HiginbothamT. HornC. HydeY. IlievaG. KalicyA. KebedeB. KimM. LiuJ. McKissonR. MendezP. Nadel-TuronskiI. PeggD. RomanovM. SarsourC. L. da SilvaJ. StevensX. SunS. SyedR. TowellJ. XieZ. W. ZhaoB. ZihlmannC. Zorn

Advanced detector R&D requires performing computationally intensive and detailed simulations as part of the detector-design optimization process. We propose a general approach to this process based on Bayesian optimization and machine learning that encodes detector requirements... (read more)

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