6-9 July 2015
Moscow, Troitsk
Europe/Moscow timezone
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Morning Session 8 July/B


Location: Moscow, Troitsk
Address: Children School of Arts, Oktyabr'skij prospekt, 12
Date: 8 Jul 11:10 - 12:30


    • Bolozdynya, Alexander

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Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/B
An avalanche photodiode capable of detecting the fast component of the scintillation light of barium fluoride is being developed by a Caltech/JPL/RMD collaboration. The device has high quantum efficiency at 220nm, the wavelength of the fast scintillation component (0.9ns) and excellent discrimination against the 300nm slow scintillation component (650ns) of barium fluoride, as well as good rise an ... More
Presented by David HITLIN on 8/7/2015 at 12:10
Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/B
The first studies of VUV detection by the SiPM have shown that it is necessary to use a WLS. Some manufacturers produce native VUV sensitive SiPMs at present. Collaborations Gerda, MEG, NEXT, nEXO plan to use these SiPMs in their detectors. The PDE of these SiPMs is lower than green or blue sensitive SiPMs. In our previous studies, it was obtained in the WLS + SiPM system about 50% of the sensitiv ... More
Presented by Viktor STEKHANOV on 8/7/2015 at 7:30
Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/B
The NEXT-100 experiment aims at searching the neutrinoless double decay ($\beta\beta 0\nu$) of the Xe-136 isotope, using a TPC filled with 100 kg of enriched and highly pressurized gaseous xenon. The key technological feature of NEXT TPC is the electroluminescence (EL), which requires the optical readout of the signals using Photomultiplier Tubes (PMT) and Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPMs) for ener ... More
Presented by Nadia YAHLALI on 8/7/2015 at 11:10
Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/B
Detection of neutrinos and the search for proton decay require large volume detectors. The electrical and optical properties of liquid argon (LAr), its affordability and its availability make LAr a suitable medium for detectors with masses up to several tens of kilotons. After an introduction to the physics scope and a conceptual overview of LAr time projection chambers I will address the r ... More
Presented by Thomas KUTTER on 8/7/2015 at 11:50
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