CMS is a high-energy physics experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. It is a general-purpose detector that is designed to observe any new physics phenomena that the LHC might reveal. CMS acts as a giant, high-speed camera, taking 3D “photographs” of particle collisions from all directions up to 40 million times each second. The CMS collects few tens of Peta-Bytes of data each year and processes them through Worldwide LHC Computing Grid infrastructure around the globe.
Vision Transformers for End-to-End Particle Reconstruction for the CMS Experiment
Exploring the underlying symmetries in particle physics with equivariant neural networks
Graph Neural Networks for Particle Momentum Estimation in the CMS Trigger System