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|