Name of the project (years)

CERN ALICE Collaboration (2020-2025)

Short description

ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment) is a

Heavy-ion detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) ring. It is designed to study the physics of strongly interacting matter at extreme energy densities (>1011 g/cm3) and hot (>1012 K) medium, where a phase of matter called quark-gluon plasma forms. Our Universe was in QGP state a few microseconds after the Big Bang.

The further work of AANL ALICE group will include, in particular:

  1. 1. Update and maintenance of FAMoS (File Access Monitoring Service) designed and developed by AANL-ALICE team, to monitor the frequency of the accesses to the data files and directories in ALICE Grid Environment (AliEn).

  3. 2. Update and maintenance of created by AANL-ALICE team CoCoTime (Computing Coordination and Time Management Tool) software tool for the estimation of the resources required to process and store the ALICE data of future LHC Runs 3 and 4.


3. Incorporation of the Monte Carlo theoretical generator for the analysis of the production of φ(1020) meson at into the AliRoot environment 

Person in charge

Grigoryan Ara


Grigoryan Ara, Hambarzumyan Eghishe, Abramyan Armenuhi, Manukyan Narine



contact person

MoU(If applicable for internal website)


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