Name:CMS SW (GISELA)
Description:CERN CMS software
Abstract:At the Physics Department of the Universidad de los Andes the High Energy Physics Group working at two fronts, Fermilab, Batavia, Illinois, USA) and CERN (Genève, Switzerland) will make extensive use of the standard Particle Physics (high Energy) libraries and software, for Monte Carlos Simulations and data analysis. Specifically the CERN CMS software (CMSSW) will be running at Uniandes using the local computers connected to the GRID. Most of this software is the standard CERN software for high energy physics, like PYTHIA and HERWIG Monte Carlo event-generators, the large GEANT4 detector simulation package, ROOT for data analysis and IGUANA for data representations, data display. This software will be used, as part of the GRID activity at UniAndes, Bogotá, starting in the second half of 2007, and its use will extend through the next 10 years, at least. PYTHIA will be used to generate events originating from proton-proton collisions at 14 TeV. GEANT4 will be used to simulate the CMS Large Hadron Collider Detector with particles crossing it from the PYTHIA generated events. In particular special attention will be given to events with two muons in the final state, and therefore to the muon detection simulations with the Resistive Plate Chambers, Cathode Strip Chambers und Drift Tubes, simulated with GEANT4. The goal is to observe supersymmetric events resulting in supersymmetric particles that decay producing muons in the final state.