Operational experience with the Silicon Strip Tracker at the CMS experiment
September 03, 2019
September 06, 2019
The CMS Silicon Strip Tracker with its more than 15000 silicon modules and 200 m$^2$ of active silicon area is in its tenth year of operation at the LHC. We present the performance of the detector in the LHC Run 2 data taking. Results for signal-to-noise, hit efficiency and single hit resolution will be presented. We review the behavior of the system when running at beyond-design instantaneous luminosity and describe challenges observed under these conditions. The evolution of detector parameters under the influence of radiation damage will be presented and compared to simulations.
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