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Date: from 25 Feb 12:05 to 26 Feb 11:30

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  • 25 Feb 12:05 - 13:15 1
    • Nomerotski, Andrei (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
  • 25 Feb 14:30 - 17:00 2
    • Fritsch, Miriam (Helmholtz-Institut Mainz)
  • 26 Feb 09:00 - 11:30 3
    • Hitlin, David (California Institute of Technology)

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Displaying 15 contributions out of 15
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The International Large Detector (ILD) is one detector concept at the ILC where calorimetry and tracking systems are combined. The tracking system consists of a vertex detector and a large volume Time Projection Chamber (TPC). Within the framework of the LCTPC collaboration, a Large Prototype (LP) TPC has been built as a demonstrator. Its endplate is able to contain up to seven identical Micro-P ... More
Presented by Paul COLAS on 26/2/2014 at 2:25
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The CLIC vertex detector must have excellent spatial resolution, full geometrical coverage extending to low polar angles, extremely low mass, low occupancy facilitated by time-tagging, and sufficient heat removal from sensors and readout. These considerations, together with the physics needs and beam structure of CLIC, push the technological requirements to the limits and imply a very different ve ... More
Presented by Sophie REDFORD on 25/2/2014 at 5:05
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
After a highly successful Run 1 of the LHC, CMS is planning the first phase of upgrades to maintain and extend our detector's performance as the LHC continues to increase the instantaneous luminosity of the accelerator. In order to keep the same, or improve, our experiment's performance in runs with 50 or more pile-up events per crossing, we are planning to replace the pixel tracker with a new low ... More
Presented by Aaron DOMINGUEZ on 25/2/2014 at 9:15
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
This talk looks at DEPFET as a physicist's tool and shows properties of the DEPFET based on simulation and analysis of data from an extensive DEPFET testbeam programme. An overview of DEPFET digitization and hit reconstruction as implemented in Belle II will be used as a basis for estimating the performance of the Belle pixel vertex detector.
Presented by Peter KVASNICKA on 25/2/2014 at 5:55
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The innermost detector of the Belle II experiment makes use of the DEPFET technology to provide the accurate position measurements that are needed for the reconstruction of B-meson decay vertices. This technology combines signal detection and amplification in a single silicon pixel structure, so that the position measurement of traversing particles can be achieved with an overall material budget o ... More
Presented by Felix MUELLER on 25/2/2014 at 5:30
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The PANDA-Experiment will be part of the new FAIR accelerator center at Darmstadt, Germany. It is a fixed target experiment using a antiproton beam with very high resolution for precision measurements. For a variety of measurements like energy-scans the precise determination of the luminosity is needed. The luminosity detector will determine the luminosity by measuring the angular distribution of ... More
Presented by Tobias WEBER on 25/2/2014 at 8:35
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
We have been developing a monolithic pixel detector process using a Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) technology. The SOI wafer is composed of a thick, high-resistivity substrate for the sensing part and a thin Si layer for CMOS circuits. In the 1990's, a few group tried to develop the SOI detector, but all the project was stopped without success. We have developed many new techniques to solve the diffic ... More
Presented by Yasuo ARAI on 25/2/2014 at 7:30
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
LHCb is a dedicated experiment to study New Physics in the decays of heavy hadrons at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Heavy hadrons are identified through their flight distance in the Vertex Locator (VELO), and hence the detector is critical for both the trigger and offline physics analyses. The VELO is the retractable silicon-strip detector surrounding the LHCb interaction point. It is ... More
Presented by Tim HEAD on 25/2/2014 at 7:55
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The aim of the Proton Precision Spectrometer (PPS) Project is to add precision forward-proton tracking (~10 μm, ~1 μrad) and timing (with resolution < ~10 ps) at 240 m on both sides of CMS, with installation foreseen by 2014, for p + p → p + X + p physics at normal high-luminosity low-beta pp running. These will be new CMS sub-detectors, fully integrated and operative in standard data taking c ... More
Presented by Vladimir SAMOYLENKO on 25/2/2014 at 9:40
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
We present the design and the construction details of the drift chamber planned for the upgrade of the MEG detector at PSI, to be in operation during the second half of 2015.
Presented by Francesco GRANCAGNOLO on 26/2/2014 at 2:00
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The Mu3e experiment searches for charged lepton flavor violation in the rare decay μ→eee. In order to reach a sensitivity of better than 10⁻¹⁶, more than 10⁹ muon decays per second have to be observed over a running time of one year. Precise determination of particle momentum, vertex position and time are necessary for background suppression. These requirements can be met by combining an ... More
Presented by Dirk WIEDNER on 25/2/2014 at 8:55
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
A large Time Projection Chamber (TPC) is the main tracking device in the barrel region of the ALICE detector at the CERN Large Hadron Collider. It provides state-of-the-art charged-particle tracking and identification for ultra-high multiplicity particle collisions. In order to make full use of the increase in luminosity after the second long shutdown of the LHC, it is foreseen to operate the dete ... More
Presented by Bernhard KETZER on 26/2/2014 at 2:50
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The Time-Projection Chamber (TPC) is the main device for tracking and identification of charged particles in the MPD experiment at NICA collider. The TPC is cylinder in shape with a volume close to 18 m³, length 3 m, diameter 2.8 m. Solenoidal magnetic field is 0.5 T. The report presents the design consideration of this detector for it operation at the central Au-Au collisions at energy up to 1 ... More
Presented by Stepan VERESCHAGIN on 26/2/2014 at 3:15
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The paper presents a technical design and some technical characteristics of the multilayer track chambers consisting of the precision drift tubes housed inside a 30 mm mylar pipe. The pipes are manufactured (welded by ultrasonic) from 125 mkm mylar film powdered with aluminium from both sides. 26 chambers with dimensions up to 2.5 x 2.5 sq.m incorporating totally 4400 drift tubes have been launche ... More
Presented by Rinat FAKHRUTDINOV on 26/2/2014 at 4:10
Type: Oral presentation Session: Tracking
Track: Tracking
The upgrade of the LHCb experiment, planned for 2018, will transform the entire readout to a trigger-less system operating at 40 MHz. All data reduction algorithms will be executed in a high-level software farm, with access to all event information. This will enable the detector to run at luminosities of 1-2×10³³ cm⁻²s⁻¹ and probe physics beyond the Standard Model in the heavy sector with ... More
Presented by Alexander LEFLAT on 25/2/2014 at 8:15
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