Intelligent Front-End Processing on Instruments
Address: Jungiusstrasse 9, Hamburg and DESY
Room: Auditorium III 2nd Floor
Date: 17 Sep 09:00 - 1:00 PM
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.
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New Calorimetry techniques and Intelligent Signal Processing: FRONT-END ELECTRONICS in IMAGING CALORIMETRY
Presented by Christophe DE LA TAILLE on 17/9/2015 at 7:00
Signal Processing on Detectors filled with Noble Gas: The Direct search for Dark Matter and Long Baseline Neutrino experiments
The focus is on the experiments using Noble gases.
Presented by Prof. Marc SCHUMANN on 17/9/2015 at 9:30