19-21 January 2015
DESY Hamburg
Europe/Berlin timezone
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Alignment of double sided ladders and mini-vectors

19 Jan 2015, 16:50
20m
Seminar Room 4a/b (Bld. 1b, OG) (DESY Hamburg)

Seminar Room 4a/b (Bld. 1b, OG)

DESY Hamburg

Speaker

Mr Cousin Loic (IPHC)

Description

The concept of double sided ladders made of pixel sensors allows the reconstruction of mini-vectors between the two sides. These mini-vectors can improve the pattern recognition. In this perspective, new methods of tracking and alignment with mini-vectors can be studied. In particular, standalone alignment of a double sided layer with mini-vectors using the overlapping regions of two consecutive ladders can be studied. A GEANT4 simulation and a digitizer of MIMOSA-28 sensor have been developped in order to study this subject. In the context of the AIDA telescope, we will show a local alignment method of double sided ladder (PLUME) and SALAT plane without mini-vectors. Then, we will show first studies on alignment with mini-vectors in ideal case. Finally we will discuss the validity of this method in the real case of ILC.

Estimated length in minutes

20

Primary author

Mr Cousin Loic (IPHC)

Presentation Materials