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N-lab members reported their research results at JPS 2022 Autumn Meeting

Nine members reported the research results at the JPS 2022 Autumn Meeting, The Physical Society of Japan, on September 6th-8th, 2022. The presentation slides, in Japanese, can be found at the following links.

〈 The ATLAS Experiment 〉
Shota Hayashida, " Search for non-resonant di-Higgs production in the 4b final state using full Run2 dataset at the LHC-ATLAS experiment " (6aA431-8)
Yuya Ohsumi, " Irradiation test of elements on the muon detector electronics for the ATLAS experiments at HL-LHC " (6pA421-10)
Kazumasa Hashizume, " Development and test of power supply and temperature monitor for the board of first-level muon trigger in the ATLAS experiment at HL-LHC " (7aA422-9)
Yuki Nabeyama, " Development of the first-level muon trigger electronics for the ATLAS experiment at HL-LHC: Implementation and performance evaluation of tracking firmware " (7pA442-8)
Moe Wakida, " Search for long-lived SUSY particles in multi-jets events with displaced vertexes using the full Run2 dataset at the LHC-ATLAS experiment " (8aA431-6)

〈 The Belle Ⅱ Experiment 〉
Yuya Adachi, " Evaluation of the quantum efficiency variation of the MCP-PMT in the TOP counter at the Belle Ⅱ experiment " (6aA442-8)
Kazuki Kojima, " R(D(*)) measurement using the hadronic tag algorithm at the Belle Ⅱ experiment " (6pA431-1)
Ryogo Okubo, " Measurement of longitudinal polarization and branching fraction of B0→ρ+ρ- at the Belle Ⅱ experiment " (7aA431-4)

〈 J-PARC muon/g−2 Experiment 〉
Soh Sugiyama, " J-PARC MLF Muon H-line Part.2 Beam Commissioning " (7aA442-7)