16-19 January 2018
Zurich, Switzerland
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Session: Analysis
The expected increase of the particle flux at the high luminosity phase of the LHC (HL-LHC) with instantaneous luminosities up to L ≃ 7.5 × 1034 cm^{−2} s^{-1} will have a severe impact on the ATLAS detector performance. The pile-up is expected to increase on average to 200 interactions per bunch crossing. The reconstruction and trigger performance for electrons, photons as well as jets and t ... More
Presented by Spyridon ARGYROPOULOS on 17 Jan 2018 at 11:40 AM
The ELSA facility at Bonn University offers a primary electron beam for two hadron physics experiments and detector test applications. The beam is extracted from a 0.5 to 3.2 GeV storage ring with an energy deviation smaller than 0.1 percent. A dedicated detector test beamline has started operation in mid 2016 and has so far served the local high-energy physics research group in several irradiatio ... More
Presented by Mr. Dennis PROFT on 16 Jan 2018 at 5:40 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
A compact readout-system based on a single FPGA-based readout board (MMC3) and Python software (pymosa) was developed. It supports configuring and readout of up to 6 Mimosa26 planes. Trigger-less and continuous data taking is implemented, allowing test beams with high particle rates (> 20 kHz). In order to analyse test beam data a platform independent Python package with graphical-user-interface ... More
Presented by Mr. Yannick DIETER on 17 Jan 2018 at 2:10 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
For the High-Luminosity upgrade of the LHC the whole CMS Tracker Detector is scheduled to be replaced by a new system that can withstand a higher integrated radiation dose and can cope with a larger pile-up. Thus new tracker modules for both the inner and outer part of the detector are currently being designed and prototypes are being build. These have to be thoroughly tested at the expected high ... More
Presented by Ms. Nikkie DEELEN on 17 Jan 2018 at 5:35 PM
Allpix Squared is a generic open-source simulation framework for pixel detectors. Its goal is to ease the implementation of detailed simulations for both single detectors and more complex setups such as beam telescopes. Predefined detector types can be automatically constructed from simple model files describing the detector parameters. The simulation chain is arranged with the help of intuitiv ... More
Presented by Dr. Simon SPANNAGEL on 18 Jan 2018 at 11:00 AM
Session: Analysis
For the high-luminosity upgrade of the CMS outer tracker, a new, MicroTCA-based read-out system is envisaged. In a recent beam test at DESY, the functionality of a prototype version of this system and its firmware was demonstrated. This contribution shows beam test results and comparisons to simulations.
Presented by Dr. Thomas EICHHORN on 19 Jan 2018 at 10:20 AM
Calorimetry in high-energy physics is rapidly evolving, with new specifications (e.g. higher energies, enormous particle densities) and a wide variety of technologies, both for signal creation and detection. Despite excellent advances in Monte-Carlo simulations for predicting the behaviour of novel detectors in extreme conditions, beam tests of prototypes is still a mandatory part of the developme ... More
Presented by Dr. David BARNEY on 16 Jan 2018 at 3:00 PM
Session: Analysis
For the HL- LHC the irradiation level that the detectors will have to withstand will be reaching a 1 MeV neutron equivalent fluence of 2×10^16neq/cm2 and a total ionizing dose of 10 MGy at the location where the sensors of the Inner Tracker will be installed. The upgraded Phase-2 Inner Tracker is designed to maintain or improve the tracking and vertexing capabilities under these high pileup and ... More
Presented by Ms. Caroline NIEMEYER on 19 Jan 2018 at 11:10 AM
Session: Beam Telescopes
EUDET-type beam telescopes based on Mimosa26 sensors were developed in 2007. Ten years later, there a seven copies available for the R&D community at the DESYII, CERN PS/SPS and SLAC beam lines, which are frequently used mainly by HEP groups for future detector development, e.g. phase II at LHC or linear collider detectors. Within this user-driven evolution two software frameworks have been develo ... More
Presented by Dr. Jan DREYLING-ESCHWEILER on 17 Jan 2018 at 1:40 PM
Session: Analysis
The work is devoted to the study of the test beam performance of active and slim edge ATLAS planar pixel sensors (PPS) in various test conditions including irradiation fluences (1e15 and 2e15 neq/cm^2) and sensor inclination. CERN and DESY beam facilities have been used for the test beam performing.
Presented by Mr. Dmytro HOHOV on 19 Jan 2018 at 11:50 AM
The upcoming High-Luminosity upgrade of the CERN Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC) and the R&D on future accelerators (FCC) requires radiation hardness tests and qualification of tracking and calorimetry detectors. Two reference facilities for irradiation tests at CERN are the Proton Irradiation Facility (IRRAD) and the Gamma Irradiation Facility (GIF++). The IRRAD facility, located in the East A ... More
Presented by Ms. Blerina GKOTSE on 17 Jan 2018 at 9:00 AM
Data quality monitoring is the first step to the certification of the recorded data for off-line physics analysis. Dedicated monitoring framework have been developed by many experiments in the last decades and usually rely on the event data model (EDM) of the experiment, leading to a strong dependency on the data format and storage. We present a generic data quality monitoring system, DQM4HEP, tha ... More
Presented by Dr. Remi ETE on 18 Jan 2018 at 11:15 AM
Data AcQuisition (DAQ) is a very vague term that in high energy physics is associated to the readout, event building and storage of the physics data, as well as the control, configuration and monitoring of the data taking operations. Though the main functional blocks of DAQ systems remain always the same (readout, event building, storage, control, configuration, monitoring), their design and imp ... More
Presented by Dr. Giovanna LEHMANN MIOTTO on 16 Jan 2018 at 1:00 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
As part of the AIDA2020 project, a new large area strip beam telescope is being developed. It has -in one direction- a point resolution of better than 10 µm and a comparably large area coverage of 10x20 cm². The telescope is designed such that it will be usable together with large volume DUTs inside the 1 T PCMAG solenoid at the DESY II Testbeam Facility. The design and the current development s ... More
Presented by mengqing WU on 17 Jan 2018 at 5:20 PM
The BTF of the DAΦNE accelerator complex, in the Frascati National Laboratory of the INFN, is in operation since 2004 with an average of 200 beam-days and 25 groups/year. The doubling of the beam-line will allow increasing the access capability, as well as hosting long-term experiments in parallel with the test-beam activities. The activities ongoing for the upgrade of the facility are described
Presented by Dr. Claudio DI GIULIO on 16 Jan 2018 at 5:00 PM
As an ‘upgrade of beam and irradiataion test infrastucture’ within the EU AIDA2020 project, an environmental control system has been built at DESY. This system serves as a central monitoring system to log the environmental paratmers of the detector and the whole experimental area at DESY testbeam. It consists of a set of sensors and software to readout the collected data at the test beam. It i ... More
Presented by Dr. Mengqing WU on 18 Jan 2018 at 11:30 AM
Session: Tutorials
Presentations in working meetings and conferences are the culmination of weeks or months of work and are one of our most important communication methods to our peers. Yet the 10-15 minutes they take are often seen as tedious and boring, both by the audience and even the presenter! We will identify, as a group, some simple but effective methods of improving presentations and posters with hands-on a ... More
Presented by Dr. David BARNEY on 18 Jan 2018 at 1:00 PM
Session: Tutorials
Comparison between different algorithms to compute the arrival time using sampled signals. Starting from a simple threshold crossing, the time precision can be improved implementing a smarter discriminator (hysteresis, peak selection, interpolation, ... ) and time walk corrections (Constant Fraction, ... ) Real data acquired in a beam test will be used. Prerequisites: laptop, C++ knowledge, r ... More
Presented by Mr. Nicola MINAFRA on 18 Jan 2018 at 3:15 PM
Session: Tutorials
EUTelescope is a Generic Pixel Telescope Data Analysis Framework. It has started developing mainly using EUDET-type beam telescopes, but user-driven developments have extended the framework, as for example the General Broken Line (GBL) track finding. This tutorial provides a short overview on EUTelescope and is focusing on going through the analysis flow to get a scattering image. Scattering im ... More
Presented by Michaela QUEITSCH-MAITLAND on 18 Jan 2018 at 1:00 PM
Session: Tutorials
Scope ----- This tutorial will give an introduction to the Allpix Squared simulation framework. We will walk through the examples provided with the framework and set up our own telescope-plus-DUT simulation with different configuration options. In addition, the tutorial will serve as AMA (ask-me-anything) for the framework. Preparation ----------- Please install the latest version of ... More
Presented by Dr. Simon SPANNAGEL on 18 Jan 2018 at 3:15 PM
Session: Tutorials
The Maximum Integrated Data Acquisition System (MIDAS) has been used in many test beam experiments over the last years. It has been developed in a collaboration between PSI, Switzerland and TRIUMF, Canada, and is constantly updated and extended after its initial revision more than 20 years ago. This tutorial gives a basic overview of the MIDAS components and concepts and their application to test ... More
Presented by Stefan RITT on 18 Jan 2018 at 3:15 PM
Session: Tutorials
Proteus is a software to reconstruct and analyze data from beam telescopes. In this tutorial we will follow an analysis from raw hit data to reconstructed tracks and basic efficiency measurements using an example dataset. The software requires ROOT and a C++11 compatible compiler. Participants are encouraged to install it on their local computer or on CERN lxplus machines by following the instr ... More
Presented by Dr. Moritz KIEHN on 18 Jan 2018 at 1:00 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
In order to investigate the general functionality and the rate behaviour of irradiated and non-irradiated diamond detectors a stand-alone modular beam telescope was developed at ETH Zurich based on CMS Pixel Chips. The talk is going to briefly describe the basic functionality of the full telescope and its individual hardware parts and focus attention on the recent upgrades. Many parts of the te ... More
Presented by Mr. Michael REICHMANN on 17 Jan 2018 at 5:50 PM
The Mainz Microtron (MAMI) is an electron accelerator at the Institute for Nuclear Physics in Mainz, that provides beam energies of up to 1.6 GeV. With its narrow beam profile, continous stream of particles and beam currents of up to 100 µA it can be used for multiple test beam applications. One of these is testing detectors at very high rates. Another one is using the possibility of MAMI to p ... More
Presented by Mr. Carsten GRZESIK on 16 Jan 2018 at 6:00 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
The vertex- and tracking detectors at the proposed high-energy CLIC electron-positron collider will be based on small-pitch silicon pixel- or strip detectors. The requirements for these detectors include single-point position resolutions of a few microns combined with nanosecond time tagging of hits. Tests with particle beams are needed to assess the performance of existing and future prototype as ... More
Presented by Dr. Andreas NÜRNBERG on 17 Jan 2018 at 4:30 PM
Session: Analysis
The NA64 experiment is a fixed target experiment at the SPS at CERN, searching for new physics using an active beam dump to detect missing-energy events. It employs a tracker based on multiplexed micromegas detectors, which presents a unique challenge with respect to reconstructing particle trajectories. In particular, the signature of dark photon (or alternatively $^8$Be anomaly X boson) decay to ... More
Presented by Dr. David COOKE on 19 Jan 2018 at 9:40 AM
Presented by Dr. Jan DREYLING-ESCHWEILER on 17 Jan 2018 at 10:30 AM
In order to further consolidate the present kwnoledge of the Standard Model and to look for deviations from its predictions that would signal new physics effects a new generation of hadron hadron or electron position colliders is often put forward. However also the idea of a muon collider seems to be attractive because such a machine would provide the high centre of mass energy typical of a ... More
Presented by Dr. Lorenzo SESTINI on 16 Jan 2018 at 6:20 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
The upgrade of the LHCb experiment will transform the experiment to a trigger-less system reading out the full detector at the LHC collision rate and up to $2\times 10^{33}cm^{−2} s^{-1}$ instantaneous luminosity. The Vertex Locator (VELO) is the silicon detector surrounding the interaction region. The upgraded VELO is based on a hybrid pixel system equipped with data driven electronics and de ... More
Presented by Dr. Martin VAN BEUZEKOM on 17 Jan 2018 at 4:50 PM
Session: Analysis
Optically read out Gaseous Electron Multipliers (GEMs) are well suited for online monitoring of particle beams in high energy physics as well as medical fields. The high gain factors achievable by GEMs and the good spatial resolution enabled by state-of-the-art CCD or CMOS imaging sensors permit accurate beam profile and position monitoring over a wide range of beam energies, particle fluxes and f ... More
Presented by Mr. Florian BRUNBAUER on 19 Jan 2018 at 9:20 AM
Session: Beam Telescopes
A modular telescope composed of four X/Y scintillating fibre tracking stations has been developed and employed to test the LHCb-SciFi 2.5m long modules. The fibres are read out by silicon photomultiplier arrays characterised by a low correlated noise, high photodetection efficiency and very good stability on a wide operational range. A single hit spatial resolution smaller than 40um was measured d ... More
Presented by Mr. Olivier GIRARD on 17 Jan 2018 at 5:05 PM
Silicon pixel detectors are used as inner tracking detectors in many High Energy Physics (HEP) experiments providing precise tracking information in the regions close to the interaction point. While most present systems are based on hybrid silicon pixel detectors, the development of monolithic silicon pixel detectors has made significant progress in recent years. This talk will provide an overview ... More
Presented by Dr. Petra RIEDLER on 16 Jan 2018 at 3:45 PM
Detection systems with fast and precise timing are intensely part of ongoing and future detector R&D for the unique measurements and selection condition that they can offer to experiments and applications. Each specific case requires specific timing precision together with other distinct requirements. A few examples are radiation hardness, rate capabilities, granularity and large area coverage. I ... More
Presented by Eraldo OLIVERI on 16 Jan 2018 at 1:45 PM
CERN’s accelerator complex offers a great variety of multi-purpose test-beam facilities. In this presentation, an overview of the secondary beams derived from proton beams extracted from the Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) will be given. The available secondary particle beam momenta range from about 10 GeV/c up to 400 GeV/c. The available intensities extend from about 10^3 up to 10^7 particles pe ... More
Presented by Dr. Alexander GERBERSHAGEN on 17 Jan 2018 at 9:55 AM
Session: Beam Telescopes
Precise tracking at high rates of low momentum particles requires novel pixel technologies. Monolithic approaches are good candidates to fulfill the requirements of precision experiments like Mu3e, as they have a very low radiation length. The newest member of the MuPix prototype family - which is developed in the context of Mu3e – is the 1x2 cm large MuPix8. It features a fully functional on- ... More
Presented by Mr. Lennart HUTH on 17 Jan 2018 at 4:15 PM
Session: Analysis
Diamond timing detectors were installed in CT-PPS Roman Pots in June 2016 and served for collecting 2.5 fb^-1 of data. During the LHC technical stop from Dec 2016 to Apr 2017 one plane of diamond detectors was removed from each detector package and replaced with Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors (UFSD). This provided an opportunity to re-characterize the diamond detector performance after irradiation. ... More
Presented by Tiina NAARANOJA on 17 Jan 2018 at 11:20 AM
Session: Analysis
The Picosec detection concept consists in a two-stage Micromegas detector coupled to a Cerenkov radiator and equipped with a photocathode. A 1cm2 area prototype has already been built and characterized to prove this concept. A single-photoelectron response of 76 ps has been measured with a femtosecond UV laser at CEA/IRAMIS, while a time resolution of 24 ps with a mean yield of 10 photoelectrons h ... More
Presented by Dr. Francisco Jose IGUAZ GUTIERREZ on 17 Jan 2018 at 11:00 AM
Session: Beam Telescopes
The AIDA-2020 Trigger/Timing Logic Unit (TLU) is a piece of hardware that distributes signals to the detectors participating in a beam test. These signals allow the data from the different detectors corresponding to the same particle to be combined. The AIDA-2020 TLU is a development of TLUs designed for the AIDA and EUDET programmes. The original EUDET TLU was designed with only pixel beam telesc ... More
Presented by Dr. David CUSSANS on 17 Jan 2018 at 1:55 PM
Session: Analysis
Within the CALICE collaboration, several concepts for the hadronic calorimeter of a future linear collider detector are studied. After having demonstrated the capabilities of the measurement methods in "physics prototypes", the focus now lies on improving their implementation in "engineering prototypes", that are scalable to the full linear collider detector. The Analog Hadron Calorimeter (AHCAL) ... More
Presented by Marisol ROBLES MANZANO on 18 Jan 2018 at 9:40 AM
Session: Analysis
3D silicon detectors, with cylindrical electrodes that penetrate the sensor bulk perpendicularly to the surface, present a radiation-hard sensor technology. Due to a reduced electrode distance, trapping at radiation-induced defects is less and the operational voltage and power dissipation after heavy irradiation are significantly lower than for planar devices. During the last years, the 3D technol ... More
Presented by Mr. Joern LANGE on 19 Jan 2018 at 12:10 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
The ATLAS Phase-II Inner Tracker (ITk) Strip Detector is an upgrade for the current ATLAS tracking detector designed for the challenges of the high-luminosity LHC. A key point in the design stage of a tracking detector is to minimise the amount of material and therefore radiation lengths (X0) associated with the detector. As local support for the silicon strip sensors in the forward region (the ... More
Presented by Mr. Jan-Hendrik ARLING, Ms. Michaela QUEITSCH-MAITLAND on 17 Jan 2018 at 2:30 PM
Session: Analysis
A Low Gain Avalanche Detector (LGAD) was used to characterize a linear accelerator (LINAC) used for radiotherapy at St. Luke Hospital in Dublin. The LINAC, manufactured by ELEKTA, can produce an electron beam with energies between 5 and 15 MeV in pulses of ~2 us with a substructure of 3 GHz. A tungsten target is used to produce up to 10^11 photons/s mm2 X-rays (bremsstrahlung) that are used for th ... More
Presented by Dr. Nicola MINAFRA on 17 Jan 2018 at 12:20 PM
Session: Analysis
A precise measurement of the arrival time distribution of ionisation charges in a reverse-biased single silicon pixel sensor layer can be used to determine the impact point, incident angle and direction of minimum ionising particles. This concept of a Silicon Time-Projection-Chamber could for example be used to reduce the number of sensor layers in large-area tracking detectors, or to improve the ... More
Presented by Ms. Morag WILLIAMS on 19 Jan 2018 at 12:30 PM
Session: Analysis
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Phase II upgrade aims to increase the accelerator luminosity by a factor of 5-10. Due to the expected higher radiation levels and the aging of the current electronics, a new readout system of the ATLAS experiment hadronic calorimeter (TileCal) is needed. A prototype of the upgrade TileCal electronics has been tested using the beam from the Super Proton Synchrotron ... More
Presented by Ms. Tamar ZAKAREISHVILI on 18 Jan 2018 at 10:15 AM
Session: Analysis
In phase II the LHC will be upgraded to the High Luminosity LHC. To fulfill the increased particle flux and higher instant luminosity, the ATLAS experiment will be equipped with a new Inner Tracker (ITk). Because of the close position to the beam line, the pixel modules of the ITk are exposed to high radiation. Planar n-in-n silicon sensors with different pixel implantations have been designed ... More
Presented by Mareike WEERS on 19 Jan 2018 at 11:30 AM
Session: Analysis
The High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider is expected to deliver 3-4/ab of p-p collisions with around 200 collisions per proton bunch crossing starting in 2026, and the readout electronics of the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter need to be upgraded to deal with the high rate of data taking as well as the large pileup conditions. The proposed digitizer/shaper cards were tested in 2016-7 in the North Area at ... More
Presented by Douglas SCHAEFER on 18 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM
Session: Analysis
Particle detection is one of the pillars of the research in fundamental physics. Since several years, a new concept of detectors, called Micro Pattern Gas Detectors (MPGD), allows to overcome many of limits the preexistent detectors, like drift chambers and microstrip detectors, reducing the discharge rate and increasing the radiation tolerance. Among these, one of the most commonly used is th ... More
Presented by Mr. Riccardo FARINELLI on 19 Jan 2018 at 9:00 AM
Session: Analysis
During the High-Luminosity phase of the LHC the luminosity will be almost five times larger than the present LHC luminosity, corresponding to approximately 200 inelastic proton-proton interactions per beam crossing, while the total integrated luminosity will exceed 3000 fb^-1. In order to cope with the higher radiation level and the higher pile-up, the ATLAS experiment will need a complete replace ... More
Presented by Mr. Edoardo ROSSI on 19 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM
Session: Analysis
The Scintillating Fibre (SciFi) Tracker is designed to replace the current downstream tracking detectors in the LHCb Upgrade during 2019-20 (CERN/LHCC 2014-001; LHCb TDR 15). Collecting data at the increased luminosity foreseen for the upgrade will only be possible with front-end electronics read out at 40MHz and a flexible software-based triggering system that will increase the data rate as well ... More
Presented by Dr. Blake Dean LEVERINGTON on 18 Jan 2018 at 9:00 AM
Session: Beam Telescopes
Depleted monolithic active pixel sensors (DMAPS) in CMOS technology are being investigated for the outer layers of the ATLAS Inner Tracker (ITk) for the High Luminosity LHC starting in 2026. The advantage of monolithic sensors with respect to hybrid technology is that there is only a single die integrating the functionality of sensor and readout, reducing the budget material and potentially the po ... More
Presented by Florian DACHS, Maria MORENO LLACER, Enrico Junior SCHIOPPA on 17 Jan 2018 at 3:10 PM
Session: Analysis
Prototype beam monitoring devices are under development at the Torino section of INFN, with the goal of measuring the flux, the profile and the energy of charged particle beams, in particular for radiobiology and hadron-therapy applications. The devices will employ Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors (UFSD), innovative silicon sensors optimized for timing measurements based on the Low-Gain Avalanche Diod ... More
Presented by Prof. Vincenzo MONACO on 17 Jan 2018 at 12:00 PM
Session: Analysis
With the enduring intensity increase of particle physics experiments at the precision frontier, high granularity timing detectors with excellent timing resolutions and very low additional material become crucial to control combinatorial backgrounds. Scintillating fibres combined to thin mats, read out with segmented silicon photomultipliers provide sub-nanosecond timing resolutions with material b ... More
Presented by Mr. Lukas GERRITZEN on 18 Jan 2018 at 9:20 AM
The East Area at the Proton Synchrotron is one of CERN’s longest running facilities for experiments, beam tests, and irradiations with a history of 55 years. An overview of the available facilities will be given: two beam lines providing secondary hadron or electron beams in the momentum spectrum of 0.5-12 GeV/c complementing the momentum range of the SPS north area, as well as the CHARM and IRR ... More
Presented by Dr. Maarten VAN DIJK on 17 Jan 2018 at 9:35 AM
The DESY II Test Beam Facility will resume operations mid February 2018. The current status and possibilities for future improvements and extensions of the facility will be presented.
Presented by Ralf DIENER on 16 Jan 2018 at 5:20 PM
Session: Beam Telescopes
In order to test detector prototypes, under study for the future vertex and track detectors, particle beam telescopes are widely used. The FEI4 telescope from Geneva University will be introduced together with its framework for data taking and remote control system. The telescope capabilities regarding timing measurement and achieved spatial resolution will also be shown. Multiple user cases and r ... More
Presented by Mr. Mateus VICENTE on 17 Jan 2018 at 3:30 PM
The Fermilab Test Beam Facility is a world class facility for testing and characterizing particle detectors. The facility has been in operation since 2005 and has undergone significant upgrades in the last two years. With two operational beam lines, the facility can deliver a variety of particle types and momenta ranging from 120 GeV protons in the primary beam line down to 200 MeV particles in th ... More
Presented by Lorenzo UPLEGGER on 16 Jan 2018 at 6:40 PM
This contribution will give an overview of the secondary beam lines of the PSI High Intensity Proton Accelerator (HIPA). Particular emphasis will be given to those facilities currently available for tests.
Presented by Davide REGGIANI on 17 Jan 2018 at 9:20 AM
Beam telescopes are one of the key tools to investigate novel sensor prototypes. Successful measurement campaigns rely on fast and user-friendly reconstruction to produce relevant results in a timely fashion. The Proteus software is the reconstruction package used for the Geneva FE-I4 telescope. It supports streamlined event processing, support for complex sensors with multiple sub-matrices, ... More
Presented by Dr. Moritz KIEHN on 18 Jan 2018 at 11:45 AM
In 2014 CERN has started to organize “Beamline for Schools” (BL4S), an annual physics competition for high-school students aged 16 and up. In the competition, teams of students from all around the world are invited to propose an experiment to CERN that makes use of a secondary beam of particles with momenta of up to 10 GeV/c from CERN’s Proton Synchrotron (PS). The students have to describe ... More
Presented by Mr. Markus JOOS, Ms. Sarah ARETZ on 17 Jan 2018 at 10:10 AM
Session: Beam Telescopes
Tomographic methods enable a three-dimensional imaging of complex structures and are widely used in medical applications but also for scientific use in numerous fields. We propose a new imaging method based on the tracking of charged particles in the GeV range traversing a sample under investigation. By measuring the distribution of the particles' deflection angles at the sample, an estimate on ... More
Presented by Mr. Hendrik JANSEN on 17 Jan 2018 at 2:50 PM
Session: Welcome
Presented by Rainer WALLNY on 16 Jan 2018 at 12:45 PM
Session: Welcome
Presented by Jan DREYLING-ESCHWEILER on 16 Jan 2018 at 12:55 PM