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Next and Present Generation of the Fast Silicon Timing Sensors for the LHC and the Next Generation of Future Colliders

Jul 27, 2021, 10:45 AM


Parallel session talk Detector R&D and Data Handling T12: Detector R&D and Data Handling


Gordana Lastovicka-Medin (University of Montenegro)


The next generation of high energy physics colliders call for major advances in tracking detector technology. In order to cope with the increasingly demanding specifications of HEP experiments an extensive R&D program has been underway within the RD50 Collaboration to develop timing silicon sensors with sufficient radiation tolerance for HL-LHC trackers and beyond. The critical areas of detectors R&D include HV CMOS sensors, detectors made in the 3D technology and Low Gain Avalanche Detectors (LGADs). We will present the state of the R&D in several silicon detector domains, in particular, LGAD and 3D. We will also comment on the options for detector choices experiments beyond the LHC. Prospects of the fast-timing detectors for particle identification at the future Higgs factories and its implication on future frontier science will be discussed too.

Collaboration / Activity CERN RD50
First author Gordana Lastovicka-Medin

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Gordana Lastovicka-Medin (University of Montenegro)

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