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


Location: Moscow, Troitsk
Address: Children School of Arts, Oktyabr'skij prospekt, 12
Date: 6 Jul 14:00 - 15:40


    • Hitlin, David (Caltech)

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Type: talk Session: Afternoon Session 6 July/B
The First G-APD Cherenkov Telescope (FACT) has been operating since October 2011. Its construction was a major step forward in establishing solid state photon counters as detectors in focal plane instrumentations. The camera is comprised of 1440 sensor arrays of Geiger-mode avalanche photo diodes (G-APD), equipped with solid light guides to increase the light collection area of each sensor. ... More
Presented by Thomas BRETZ on 6/7/2015 at 14:20
Type: talk Session: Afternoon Session 6 July/B
In order to improve hadron energy measurement, we are investigating to utilize active absorber in the sampling hadron calorimeter. The active absorber consists of heavy transparent material such as Lead Glass and thin photo-sensors attached to form sampling calorimeter. The detection of Cherenkov lights needs to overcome the low light yield and to have enough sensitivity for short wave length regi ... More
Presented by Tohru TAKESHITA on 6/7/2015 at 15:00
Type: talk Session: Afternoon Session 6 July/B
The scintillation detectors characteristics of GAMMA-400 gamma-ray space telescope constructed with the implementation of silicon photomultipliers manufactured by different manufacturers are reported. The measurements were carried out at the technological model of the gamma-ray telescope. The efficiency, amplitude ant timing properties of fast plastic large area scintillators and also calorimeter ... More
Presented by Mikhail RUNTSO on 6/7/2015 at 15:20
Type: talk Session: Afternoon Session 6 July/B
The DIAPHANE project is pluri-disciplinary collaboration between particle and ge o-physicists to perform the tomography of large geological structure mainly devoted to the study of active volcanoes. The detector used for this tomography, hereafter referred to as telescope, uses a standard, robust, cost-effective and well-known opto-electronics technology based on photomultipliers (either multic ... More
Presented by Jacques MARTEAU on 6/7/2015 at 14:00
Type: talk Session: Afternoon Session 6 July/B
MAGIC is an imaging atmospheric telescope used for gamma ray astronomy. Both the original and the upgraded imaging telescope cameras in use rely on photomultipliers as the photon detectors. In preparation for their possible future use in MAGIC or subsequent telescopes, a camera module with silicon photomultiplier detectors has been developed for operation alongside the existing camera in the teles ... More
Presented by David FINK on 6/7/2015 at 14:40
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