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- Yasuhiro Sugimoto (KEK, Japan)
- Akira Sugiyama (Saga Univ., Japan)
- Suchnadra Dutta (Saha Inst. of Nucl. Phys., India)
- SuYong Choi (Korea Univ, Korea)
- Dominik Dannheim (CERN, Swiss)
- Yulan Li (Tsinghua Univ., China)
Marcel Vos (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular (IFIC) - Universidad de Valencia)
4/24/12, 10:30 AM
This contribution aims to give an overview of the DEPFET project to develop ultra-thin vertex detectors for future collider applications. A brief status report for all detector components is presented. The focus of this report is on a recent achievement: the successful thinning of prototype sensors to a thickness of 50 micron. A characterization of the thermo-mechanical properties of a...
Marc Winter (Institut de Recherches Subatomiques (IReS))
4/24/12, 11:00 AM
"Low power CMOS Pixel Sensors of the MIMOSA series are about to meet the specifications of the ILD vertex detector. This achievement relies on double-sided ladders where the sensors mounted on one face provide the necessary spatial resolution while faster sensors mounted on the other face offre the necessary time stamping. The establised MIMOSA architecture allows to reach resolutions of 3...
Eriko Kato (tohoku univ)
4/24/12, 11:30 AM
I would like to present the resent developments of the readout ASIC for FPCCD vertex detector at ILC. Using Fine Pixel CCD(FPCCD) for the vertex detector is one of the attractive options for realizing ILC's physics. FPCCD uses a pixel size of 5×5um2 , which enables high position resolution. However also causes the total number of read out pixels to become extremely large (20,000x128pix/ch)....
Dr Yasuhiro Sugimoto (KEK)
4/24/12, 12:00 PM
FPCCD vertex detector will be operated at -40C in order to minimize the effect of radiation damage. The power consumption inside the cryostat may exceed 50W. Therefore, an effective cooling system is necessary for the FPCCD vertex detector. We plan to use 2-phase CO2 for the coolant of the vertex detector. We would like to present an idea of FPCCD vertex detector cooling system and the...
Alberto Ruiz Jimeno (Universidad de Cantabria)
4/24/12, 2:00 PM
The design of the ILD FTD sub detector is one of the main tasks of the IFCA group. One of the main issues of tracking detectors is to know at each moment the exact position of every component. Having a deformation and displacement monitor system integrated in the sub detectors would be of great utility to deal with this task. Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) is the primary technique used in several...
4/24/12, 2:30 PM
The CLIC vertex detector must have excellent spacial resolution, full geometrical coverage extending to low polar angles, extremely low mass, low occupancy facilitated by time-tagging, and sufficient heat removal from sensors and readout. These considerations, together with the physics needs and beam structure of CLIC, push the technological requirements to the limits and imply a very...
Hubert Gerwig (CERN)
4/24/12, 3:00 PM
The talk describes the engineering approach of an air cooling system for the Pixel and Tracker detectors. It will address the individual problems of mechanical support, air flow and cabling and how they are linked together. Computational fluid dynamic analysis show the resulting necessary air velocities and the temperatures in the different detector parts.
Mr Philippe Gros (Saga University)
4/24/12, 3:30 PM
LCTPC (Linear Collider TPC) is the TPC concept considered for tracking within ILD. Its goal is to achieve a momentum resolution of 9x10-5/GeV/c in the 3.5T magnetic field. It also requires a very low material budget to enable precise measurement in the highly granular electromagnetic calorimeter. Different MicroPattern Gas Detector (MPGD) technologies are developped for electron...