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


Location: Moscow, Troitsk
Address: Children School of Arts, Oktyabr'skij prospekt, 12
Date: 8 Jul 09:00 - 10:50


    • Retiere, Fabrice

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Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/A
A readout scheme has been designed for the plastic scintillator bars of the Baby-MIND detector modules. This spectrometer will measure momentum and identify the charge of ~1 GeV/c muons with magnetized iron plates interleaved with detector modules. One challenge the detector aims to address is that of keeping high charge identification efficiencies for momenta as low as ~300 MeV/c where multiple s ... More
Presented by Etam NOAH on 8/7/2015 at 9:50
Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/A
Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM) are well-known low level light detectors and are potentially devices to replace Photomultiplier Tubes (PMT). Essential technical key features for the sensors are the timing performance and the optical crosstalk probability. In order to achieve considerable improvements, KETEK has realized process modifications of its established SiPM technology: The first ... More
Presented by Werner HARTINGER on 8/7/2015 at 10:10
Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/A
Review talk on electronics
Presented by Julien FLEURY on 8/7/2015 at 5:00
Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/A
Amplitude, charge and recovery time for a single cell and real SiPMs for under- and oversaturation light intensities have been investigated. It has been shown that a SiPM illuminated by high intensity light flash (many photons/SiPM cell) is able to generate a signal with an amplitude that is higher then A1$\times$N, where A1 – one-cell signal amplitude for low light conditions, N - total numbe ... More
Presented by Elena POPOVA on 8/7/2015 at 10:30
Type: talk Session: Morning Session 8 July/A
Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM) are a new class of photon sensors featuring single photon detection sensitivity, high photon detection efficiency, low excess noise factor, extended dynamic range and magnetic field immunity. Operated at voltages not exceeding 100 V with a power consumption lower than 100 mW, SiPM benefit from the tremendous development of the Silicon technology in terms of cost pro ... More
Presented by Romualdo SANTORO on 8/7/2015 at 9:30
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