3rd International Summer School on INtelligent Signal Processing for FrontIEr Research and Industry

from to (Europe/Berlin)
at Hamburg ( Auditorium III 2nd Floor )
Jungiusstrasse 9, Hamburg and DESY
Description
The Lecturers have included an abstract of their lecture(s); 
The email address of the lecturers is indicated in the slot "LECTURERS" of the School website, in case students want to contact them for further questions or information after their lecture.

OFTEN ASKED QUESTION: about the POSTERS

The School participants are encouraged to prepare a poster about their present activities. The posters will be posted at the registration time and will be remaining posted during the all school duration.

This will allow discussions and fruitful exchanges with colleagues as well as lecturers and Lab session organizers and give the Students visibility.
A presentation of the posters will be organized during the school.
Material:
Announcement Poster pdf filedown arrow Book_of_Abstracts_updated pdf file Lab_board_1 unknown type file Lab_board_2 unknown type file Lab_board_3 unknown type file Lab_board_4 unknown type file
Go to day
  • Monday, September 14, 2015
    • 16:00 - 18:00 Registration
      Registration and Posters Installation in SR4, 2nd Floor
      Location: Hamburg University ( SR4 2nd Floor )
      • 16:00 Registration 2h0'
  • Tuesday, September 15, 2015
    • 08:00 - 09:00 Registration
      Registration and Posters Installation in SR4, 2nd Floor
      Location: Hamburg University ( SR4, 2nd Floor )
    • 09:00 - 09:30 Welcome 30'
      Speakers: Jan LOUIS (Universität Hamburg), Dr. Roberval Walsh (DESY)
      Material: Slides pdf file
    • 09:30 - 13:00 Introduction to Signal Processing in Astrophysics, Medical Physics and Particle Physics
      A set of introductory lectures will review why increased signal processing on- detector (local intelligence) capability is requested for the instruments that are developed for future frontier projects in Astrophysics, Particle Physics and for Next generation Medical Imaging devices. 
      • 09:30 Increasing intelligence on Astrophysics Instruments: the Gravitational Waves experiments as an example case (Part I) 1h30'
        Speaker: Prof. Bernard Schutz
      • 11:00 Coffee 30' ( SR 4 )
      • 11:30 Increasing intelligence on Astrophysics Instruments: the Gravitational Waves experiments as an example case (Part II) 1h30'
        Speaker: Prof. Bernard SCHUTZ (Albert Einstein Institute Hannover, MPI, Ge)
        Material: Slides pdf file
    • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch 1h0' ( Hamburg )
    • 14:00 - 15:30 Introduction to Signal Processing in Astrophysics, Medical Physics and Particle Physics
      A set of introductory lectures will review why increased signal processing on- detector (local intelligence) capability is requested for the instruments that are developed for future frontier projects in Astrophysics, Particle Physics and for Next generation Medical Imaging devices. 
      • 14:00 IMAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE 1h30'
        Speaker: Prof. Qingguo XIE (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, CN)
        Material: abstract pdf file
    • 15:30 - 16:00 Safety Course and Presentation of Labs
      Material: Abstract pdf file slides powerpoint file
      • 15:30 Safety Course 30'
    • 16:00 - 16:30 Coffee 30' ( SR4 )
    • 16:30 - 18:00 Safety Course and Presentation of Labs
      Material: Abstract pdf file slides powerpoint file
    • 18:00 - 19:30 Welcome Cocktail (and Sign-Up for the Labs) 1h30' ( SR4 )
  • Wednesday, September 16, 2015
    • 09:30 - 12:15 LAB-SESSION-Sept16
      The first Lab session of the school that will be held on the morning. This is the only day where the Lab session will be held in the morning and the Lectures in the afternoon.
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
    • 12:15 - 13:30 Lunch ( DESY Hamburg ( Hamburg ) )
    • 13:30 - 15:00 Introduction session on Advanced Very Deep Sub Micron CMOS technologies, 3D technologies and Industry trends
      Intelligent devices as those reviewed in the previous day lectures need compact and closely integrated Front-End processing. The micro-electronic engineers are thus challenged to use cutting-edge Very Deep Sub Micron (VDSM) technology and novel integration techniques for designing this new generation of Front-End circuits, both for the fundamental research and many areas in the applied life. This is a very exciting and fast evolving technology field, tackled by this session that will also show how high tech and Fundamental Physics Research are closely linked here. 
      • 13:30 VERTICAL INTEGRATION in NEW DEVICES 1h30'
        This is the first lecture dedicated to the VDSM and 3D vertical interconnects, the second one dedicated specifically to the VDSM technology will be given on September 23, by G. Deptuch (FNAL)
        Speaker: Prof. Matthew JONES (University of Purdue, USA)
        Material: Slides pdf file abstract pdf file
    • 15:00 - 15:30 Coffee ( Hamburg ( SR4 ) )
    • 15:30 - 17:45 Massive Parallel and High Performance Computing (MPC-HPC)
      The real time, high performance, high rate high speed data processing is a demand in many fields of the modern life. Big data it is a very active and fast evolving industrial field on both the hardware and software sides. Today lectures will review what are the main aspects of this topic and its novel developments and industrial trends for confronting  the new Big data challenges in Astrophysics.This session will be continuying on Sept 24 with the High Energy Physics case.
      • 15:30 Introductory Tutorial To New Automata Processors, Part1 1h0'
        This Tutorial serves as introduction to the Lab sessions initiating to this new type of processors.
        Speakers: Dr. Ke WANG (Computer Science, Automata Processing Center, University of Virginia, USA), Matt TANNER (MICRON)
        Material: Slides powerpoint filedown arrow pdf filedown arrow abstract pdf file
      • 16:30 Break 10'
      • 16:40 Introductory Tutorial To New Automata Processors, Part 2 1h5'
        This Tutorial serves as introduction to the Lab sessions initiating to this new type of processors.
        Speakers: Dr. Ke WANG (Computer Science, Automata Processing Center, University of Virginia, USA), Matt TANNER (MICRON)
        Material: abstract pdf file
    • 17:45 - 18:45 Discussion/Public Lecture
      • 17:45 DISCUSSION SESSION 1h0'
        Focus will be on the lectures given on September 15 and 16.
  • Thursday, September 17, 2015
    • 09:00 - 13:00 Intelligent Front-End Processing on Instruments
      Intelligent calorimeters are the first application that will illustrate what was discussed in the lectures given on September 16. They review i) the high processing capability included in the Front-End ASIC sitting on the detectors; ii) how the new technology allows confronting very difficult environmental conditions (non-accessibility, high radiation levels, extreme reliability requirements (high fault tolerance) etc.) ; iii) real time sophisticated filtering and triggering architectures already available or prepared on the front-end electronics and readout system on the detectors. 
      The second application concerns the instruments in Astrophysics filled with Noble gases for Neutrino or Direct Matter searches.
      
      • 09:00 New Calorimetry techniques and Intelligent Signal Processing: FRONT-END ELECTRONICS in IMAGING CALORIMETRY 2h0'
        Speaker: Christophe De la TAILLE (OMEGA, Ecole Polytechnique/CNRS, Palaiseau, FR)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides powerpoint file pdf file
      • 11:00 Coffee 30' ( SR4 )
      • 11:30 Signal Processing on Detectors filled with Noble Gas: The Direct search for Dark Matter and Long Baseline Neutrino experiments 1h30'
        The focus is on the experiments using Noble gases.
        Speaker: Prof. Marc SCHUMANN (Albert Einstein Center for Fundamental Physics, University of Bern, CH)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
    • 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch ( Hamburg )
    • 14:30 - 17:15 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 17:15 - 17:45 Coffee ( SR4 )
    • 17:45 - 18:45 Discussion/Public Lecture
      • 17:45 COLLOQUIUM on LOOKING FOR THE DARK MATTER HIDING IN THE UNIVERSE 1h0'
        Speaker: Dr. Marco CIRELLI (IPhT-CEA, Saclay, FR)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
  • Friday, September 18, 2015
    • 08:45 - 13:00 Intelligent Front-End Processing on Instruments (cont'd)
      Smart tracking devices are another case both for HEP and also some spatial Experiments. Today lecture will address large area tracking devices built with Silicon strips or strixels (short strips) being developed for future High Energy Experiments at HL-LHC or future colliders. The Physics motivations and related performance leading to the need of high tech devices will be discussed together with the use of the high tech introduced Day 2, including sometime novel triggering capability. 
      Laser Interferometric based instruments for Gravitational Waves experiments will be the other on detector application.
      
      • 08:45 On-detector High Signal Processing for next generation HEP trackers : TRACK TRIGGERING, NO 1h0'
        Speaker: Paula COLLINS (CERN)
        Material: Slides pdf file
      • 09:45 PROCESSING the SIGNALS from PIXEL DETECTORS in X-RAY IMAGING at FELs 1h30'
        Speaker: Lodovico RATTI (University of Pavia/INFN, IT)
        Material: Slides pdf file abstract pdf file
      • 11:15 Coffee 20' ( SR4 )
      • 11:35 Signal Processing for Gravitational Waves Experiments 1h25'
        Speaker: Hubert HALLOIN (APC-University Paris Diderot (FR))
        Material: Slides pdf file abstract pdf file
    • 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch ( Hamburg )
    • 14:30 - 17:15 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 17:15 - 17:45 Coffee ( SR4 )
    • 17:45 - 18:45 Discussion/Public Lecture
      • 17:45 DISCUSSION SESSION 1h0'
        Focus on the Lectures given on September 17 and 18.
  • Saturday, September 19, 2015
    • 09:00 - 13:15 Intelligent Silicon Trackers: Pixels and large area Si Trackers
      The application of Intelligent Pixel-based devices is largely increasing both in research and applied life. They greatly benefit of the advances in the semi-conductor technology and in advanced CMOS technology as introduced on Day 2. Combining these technological advances on both the sensors and their associated FEE  (as shown with some detailed examples), the pixels are becoming more and more intelligent devices with an increasing role for challenging applications in Astrophysics, Particle Physics as well as Novel Medical Imaging. 
      • 09:00 Large tracking detectors for the HL-LHC with novel trigger systems - ATLAS case 1h30'
        Speaker: Dr. Ingrid GREGOR (DESY)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
      • 10:30 Coffee 20' ( SR4 )
      • 10:50 NEW FRONT-END ASIC DESIGN(s) for next generation of pixel based devices : How to handle with High granularity, high rate & high performances in the HEP case (HL-LHC) 1h15'
        Speaker: Prof. Maurice GARCIA-SCIVERES (LBL, USA)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
      • 12:05 Break 10'
      • 12:15 TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES for REALTIME PROCESSING of PIXEL INFORMATION 1h0'
        Speaker: Prof. Maurice GARCIA-SCIVERES (LBL, USA)
        Material: Slides pdf file abstract pdf file
    • 13:15 - 14:30 Lunch ( Hamburg )
    • 14:30 - 17:15 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 17:15 - 17:45 Coffee ( SR4 )
    • 17:45 - 18:45 Discussion/Public Lecture
      • 17:45 Discussion session 1h0'
        Focus on the saturday morning lectures; as for the other discussion sessions of the school the attendance is free. 
  • Sunday, September 20, 2015
    • 09:00 - 19:00 Free Day ( )
  • Monday, September 21, 2015
    • 09:00 - 13:00 Data transmission challenges, new trends in Telecom ; the interconnected worlds
      In most of today real life applications and Fundamental research fields, the high speed, high rate and highly reliable data transmission is a major request. The Telecom Industry is evolving very fast and some trends particularly in Optical Wireless Communication, new Si Photonics will be introduced in the today lectures, preceeded by a basic introduction about data transmission. 
      • 09:00 RECENT ADVANCES in SILICON PHOTONICS - part 1 2h0'
        Speaker: Laurent VIVIEN (Institut d'Electronique Fondamentale - CNRS, Si photonics, University of Paris Sud, FR)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
      • 11:00 Coffee 30' ( SR4 )
      • 11:30 RECENT ADVANCES in SILICON PHOTONICS - part 2 1h30'
        Speaker: Laurent VIVIEN (Institut d'Electronique Fondamentale - CNRS, Si photonics, University of Paris Sud, FR)
        Material: Slides pdf file abstract pdf file
    • 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch ( Hamburg )
    • 14:30 - 17:15 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 17:15 - 17:45 Coffee ( SR4 )
    • 17:45 - 18:45 Discussion/Public Lecture
      • 17:45 COLLOQUIUM on THE EUROPEAN X-RAY LASER PROJECT XFEL: scientific and industrial impacts and perspectives 1h0'
        Speakers: Dr. Harald Sinn (DESY), Dr. Harald Sinn (European XFEL)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides powerpoint file
  • Tuesday, September 22, 2015
    • 09:00 - 13:00 Data transmission challenges and needs for Frontier applications in Astrophysics and Particle Physics
      Once the Front-End (on-detector) signal processing has been achieved, the filtered and compacted data must be sent to the next step of the full processing chain. This means in most of today life or fundamental research devices: high rate, high-speed data transmission very often in difficult environmental conditions. To perform the data transmission in those high performance conditions, the new Telecom technologies introduced in the previous day lectures are used or under active R&D.
      Some illustrative examples from Astrophysics and Particle Physics are reviewed. 
      
      • 09:00 DATAFLOW: current and future data-transmission applications in the data-acquisition systems at the LHC 1h30'
        Speaker: Wainer VANDELLI
        Material: Slides pdf file abstract pdf file
      • 10:30 Coffee 30' ( SR4 )
      • 11:00 Data transmission challenges and needs for Frontier applications in Astro-particles: the AMS spatial case 1h30'
        Speakers: Prof. Giovanni AMBROSI (University of Perugia, Italy), Dr. Domenico D'Urso
        Material: Slides pdf file
    • 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch ( Hamburg )
    • 14:30 - 17:15 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 17:15 - 17:45 Coffee ( SR4 )
    • 17:45 - 18:45 Discussion/Public Lecture
      • 17:45 INSTRUMENTATION .......... THE GREAT ENABLER 1h0'
        (Lecture moved from the first day)
        Speaker: Prof. Ian SHIPSEY
        Material: Slides pdf file abstract pdf file
  • Wednesday, September 23, 2015
    • 08:45 - 10:30 Massive Parallel and High Performance Computing (MPC-HPC)
      The real time, high performance, high rate high speed data processing is a demand in many fields of the modern life. Big data it is a very active and fast evolving industrial field on both the hardware and software sides. Today lectures will review what are the main aspects of this topic and its novel developments and industrial trends for confronting  the new Big data challenges in Astrophysics.This session will be continuying on Sept 24 with the High Energy Physics case.
      • 09:00 HIGH PERFORMANCE and MASSIVE PARALLEL COMPUTING needs and challenges for Astrophysics: the gravitational waves experiments case 1h30'
        Speaker: Dr. Badri KRISHNAN (Albert Einsitein Institute Hannover, MPI, Ge)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
    • 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee braak ( SR4 )
    • 11:00 - 13:00 Introduction session on Advanced Very Deep Sub Micron CMOS technologies, 3D technologies and Industry trends
      Intelligent devices as those reviewed in the previous day lectures need compact and closely integrated Front-End processing. The micro-electronic engineers are thus challenged to use cutting-edge Very Deep Sub Micron (VDSM) technology and novel integration techniques for designing this new generation of Front-End circuits, both for the fundamental research and many areas in the applied life. This is a very exciting and fast evolving technology field, tackled by this session that will also show how high tech and Fundamental Physics Research are closely linked here. 
      • 11:00 VDSM…HOW DEEP ? : benefits and limitations 2h0'
        Note that due to Lecturer's time constraint this lecture has been moved of date and time.
        Speaker: Dr. Grzegorz DEPTUCH (Fermi National Lab. USA)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
    • 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch ( Hamburg )
    • 14:30 - 17:30 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 18:00 - 22:00 Bus to harbour and dinner ( Elbe cruise (tbc) )
  • Thursday, September 24, 2015
    • 09:00 - 12:00 Massive Parallel and High Performance Computing
      This session is in continuation of the one started the day before and will present the case of the new demands in MPC and HPC in Medical (PET) Image Reconstruction and in the new generation of HEP experiments
      • 09:00 PET & PET IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION 1h0'
        Speaker: Dr. Sven PREVRHAL (PHILIPS Research Hamburg, GE)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
      • 10:00 New challenges and Needs on Massive Parallel and High Performance Computing (cont'd): the New Particle Physics Experiments case 1h30'
        
        
        Speaker: Dr. Umberto MARCONI (Universita and INFN-Bologna, Italy)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides powerpoint file pdf file
      • 11:30 Coffee Break 30'
    • 12:00 - 13:30 New Test Bench and Demonstrators developed for Future Experiments/Projects
      • 12:00 PARTICLE DETECTORS as MONITORS for CANCER THERAPY 1h30'
        Speaker: Prof. Riccardo FACCINI (University Roma 1, La Sapienza, IT)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file pdf file abstract pdf file
    • 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch ( Hamburg )
    • 14:30 - 17:15 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 17:15 - 17:45 Coffee ( SR4 )
    • 17:45 - 18:45 Discussion/Public Lecture
      • 17:45 COLLOQUIUM on FUTURE COLLIDERS 1h0'
        Speaker: Prof. Brian FOSTER (DESY)
        Material: Abstract pdf file
  • Friday, September 25, 2015
    • 09:00 - 12:30 New Test Bench and Demonstrators developed for Future Experiments/Projects (cont'd)
      The session started yesterday with an example of the synergy between Particle Physics and Medical Physics will be pursued by two lectures applied to the Particle and Medical Physics cases.
      Developing fancy and challenging on-detector circuits with a high filtering and processing potential is quite appealing. Similarly developing high performance data transmission system, sophisticated overall signal processing architecture in extreme running conditions are as well requested and exciting topics to work on. But besides developing such devices based on very advanced technology tools sometimes, it is of the utmost importance to ensure that what is developed fulfils all the requests before building the final instrument. It means developing the proper test benches using the best characterization tools. It is an essential step in the R&D process where the engineering and physicists “worlds” work in close collaboration. 
      Location: DESY Hamburg ( Auditorium III 2nd Floor )
      • 09:00 Test systems in HEP: Lab-based test benches and test beams 1h30'
        Speaker: Dr. Hendrik JANSEN (DESY)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
      • 10:30 Coffee 30' ( SR4 )
      • 11:00 Medical Imaging Applications and Demonstrators: Challenges in PET Imaging 1h30'
        Speaker: Juan Jose VAQUERO (University Carlos III, Madrid)
        Material: Abstract pdf file Slides pdf file
    • 12:30 - 14:30 SPECIAL POSTER SESSION
      The presentation of the Posters are presented in this session during which sandwiches will be served. A number of the students attending the School did prepare a Poster for the school on their current research work. 
      
      The posters are currently included in this section with the photographs taken in the SR4 2nd Floor Room where they were posted during the full duration of the School and in the order of presentation. They have been largely seen and commented by the students themselves and the Lecturers during the whole school.
      
      They represent a certain amount of the large scope work covered by the students that attended the school. They include mainly young researchers from Astrophysics, Particle and Medical Physics and also some young engineers working as well in the related technological areas in collaboration with these research fields.
      
      The ,pdf version of the posters will be added in the next few days by their authors.
      Location: SR4 2nd Floor
      • 12:30 Development of a Data Compressor for the CMS Phase II Pixel Detector 5'
        Speaker: Stamatios POULIOS (University of Siena and INFN-Pisa, IT)
        Material: Image unknown type file Slides pdf file
      • 12:35 Development of Coincidence Sorter and Communication Protocol between the Boards on PET System 5'
        Speaker: Elefetheria KOSTARA (University of Siena and INFN-Pisa, IT)
        Material: Poster pdf file image unknown type file
      • 12:40 The Use of Gold Nanoparticles and Spectroscopic Detectors in Contrast-enhanced Digital Mammography 5'
        Speaker: Louise DUMMOTT (University of Surrey, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 12:45 Circuit Data Flow (CIDAF): A generic, flexible, discrete-time simulator 5'
        Speaker: Luigi CALLIGARIS (RAL-STFC, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 12:50 Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors for Astronomy 5'
        Speaker: Rupert DODKINS (Oxford, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster powerpoint file
      • 12:55 Multi-Grid High Gas Proportional Scintillation Counter: A New Approach 5'
        Speaker: Andre Filipe VENTURA CORTEZ (LIP-Coimbra)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 13:00 Development of an Intelligent Platform Management Controller for the Pulsar IIB 5'
        Speaker: Thiago COSTA de PAIVA (SPRACE-UNESP, BR)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 13:05 Data Sourcing Firmware for CMS L1 Tracking Trigger 5'
        Speaker: Thiago COSTA de PAIVA (SPRACE-UNESP)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 13:10 Simulations, Testing and Results for the Pixelization of LYSO Crystals for Gamma Detectors Using the Sub-Surface Laser Engraving Techniques 5'
        Speaker: Georgios KONSTANTINOU (Universita Carlos Tercero, Madrid, SP)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster powerpoint file
      • 13:15 Integration of the Camera Backplane of the Gamma Cherenkov Telescope for the Cherenkov Telescope Array 5'
        Speaker: Andrea De FRANCO (Oxford, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Slides pdf file
      • 13:20 Search for Narrow High Mass Resonances Decaying to Z and Higgs Bosons 5'
        Speaker: Cesar BERNARDES (SPRACE and UAB University, Sao Paulo, BR)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 13:25 Simulation of a Silicon Sensor Edge-on Illuminated with an X-Ray Beam 5'
        Speaker: Michele DONI (NIKHEF and PHILIPS, NL)
        Material: Poster pdf file
      • 13:30 SiPM-MAROC gamma-camera prototype with Monolithic NaI(TI) scintillator 5'
        Speaker: Dimitry PHILIPPOV (National Research Nuclear University, MEPHI, Moscow, RU)
        Material: Image unknown type file Slides pdf file
      • 13:35 2.5Gb/s Optical Wireless Communication System for Particle Detectors in High Energy Physics 5'
        Speaker: Wahajat ALI (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, IT)
        Material: Poster pdf file
      • 13:40 Light Weight Radiation Sensors 5'
        Speaker: Chiara GIROLETTI (University of Bristol, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 13:45 Muon Tomography 5'
        Speaker: Alessia GIROLETTI (University of Bristol, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 13:50 Edge Studies on Sensors for the LHCb VELO Upgrade 5'
        Speaker: Elena Dell'OCCO (NIKHEF-FOM, NL)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 13:55 LHCb VELO Upgrade 5'
        Speaker: Emma BUCHANAN (University of Bristol, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 14:00 A Pattern Recognition Mezzanine Based on Associative Memory FPGA Technology for L1 Track Triggering at HL-LHC 5'
        Speaker: Giacomo FEDI (INFN-Pisa, Pisa, IT)
        Material: Image unknown type file Slides pdf file
      • 14:05 NEXT: The Front-End Electronics for the 1.8-kchannel SiPM Tracking Plane in the NEW Detector 5'
        Speaker: Javier RODRIGUEZ SAMANIEGO (IFIC-CSIC/UV, Valencia, SP)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 14:10 Demonstrator Plans for FPGA-Based L1 Track-Finding with Hough Transform 5'
        Speaker: Davide CIERI (RAL-STFC, UK)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
      • 14:15 Development of Novel Pixel Sensors based on 3D CMOS Technology for Tracking Devices 5'
        Speaker: Matteo VIGNETTI (INSA-Lyon and Institut of Nanotechnology/CNRS, Lyon, FR)
        Material: Image unknown type file Poster pdf file
    • 14:30 - 17:15 Lab Sessions
      Location: SR2 1st Floor and SR3 2nd Floor
      • 14:30 Labs 2h45'
    • 17:15 - 18:00 Farewell Drink ( SR4 )