4-15 July 2022
Budker INP
Asia/Novosibirsk timezone

The school for young scientists on particle detector technologies will take place at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics in Novosibirsk, Russia on July 4-15, 2022. The school is organized in the framework of the CREMLINplus project supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The working language of the school is English.

About CREMLINplus: https://www.cremlinplus.eu/

Interested students should apply for participation in the school using Student application form in the Registration section. Deadline for student applications is February 15, 2022.

Please note in case the COVID-19 pandemic will not allow us to organise the school with the physical presence of participants and lecturers, the school will be postponed.

International organizing committee:

Giovanni Bencivenni (INFN Frascatti), Gianluigi Cibinetto (INFN Ferrara), Otilia Culicov (JINR), Michael Düren (JLU Giessen), Nicola De Filippis (Politecnico and INFN Bari), Richard Hall-Wilton (ESS), Lucie Linssen (CERN), Margherita Primavera (INFN Lecce), Christian Schmidt (GSI/FAIR), Simon Spannagel (DESY), Yuriy Tikhonov (BINP)

Local organizing committee:

Alexander Barnyakov, Mikhail Barnyakov, Viktor Bobrovnikov, Vitaliy Vorobiev, Sergey Kononov, Evgeniy Kravchenko, Alexander Kuzmin, Lev Shekhtman, Andrey Sokolov

Budker INP
prospekt Academika Lavrentieva 11 Novosibirsk Russia
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The Detector School is organized for training young scientists on state-of-the-art particle detection technologies in the fields of heavy-ion-, nuclear-, particle- and neutron-physics. The main program of the school comprises morning lectures by world experts in their fields, hands-on exercises on various technologies in the afternoons, and excursions to the lab facilities. Social activities are organised during evenings and on the weekend.

The preliminary list of lecture topics:

  • BINP HEP facilities
  • Tracking
  • Calorimetry
  • Silicon detectors
  • Neutron detection
  • Particle identification
  • Photodetectors
  • Gaseous detectors
  • Trigger and Data Acquisition
  • ASIC design
  • FPGA programming and applications
  • Test beam analysis
  • Communication in science

The school will include also about 20 elective practical courses that will allow the school attendees to put their hands on various detectors and test them under the supervision of experts.

Application for this event is currently open.