Development Of The Preshower Detector Prototypes For LHCb Experiment

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Detector Technologies Group PH-DT

Detector Technologies Group PH-DT The mandate of the PH-DT group comprises development, construction, operation and maintenance of particle detectors for the experiments at CERN. The group clusters common services and infrastructure, which are available to all experiments at CERN, e.g. gas system support, thin film lab,

-RWELL detector Letter of Intent

A cylindrical -RWELL detector is considered as a candidate for the vertex detector of the exper-iment at theSuper charm-tau factoryproposed by the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Russia. The LHCb experiment at the LHC is studying an upgrade of their apparatus for the HL-LHC phase using a station equipped with -RWELL detectors.

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the LHCb Collaboration-LHCb Preshower(PS) and Scintillating Pad Detector (SPD): Commissioning, Development of a forward calorimeter system for the STAR experiment. O D Tsai1,

Electromagnetic Calorimeter and Scintillator Pad Detector

May 12, 2015 to produce the preshower scintillators for SoLID. We have also worked together with Shandong University (SDU, China) to ensure that we can obtain the same light yield results under similar test conditions. For the preshower detector the remaining R&D includes: 1. Priority A: studying the light loss in the fiber connector and clear fibers; 2.

Outline FELIX DAQ Jin Huang (BNL)

Data rate estimated for the EIC detector, which defines the EIC DAQ strategy: at 100 Gbps collision signal rate, possible to stream record all FELIX-type DAQ architecture fits EIC purpose. Similar architecture have wide support in 2020+ for high throughput DAQ e.g. ATLAS, ALICE, LHCb, CBM


This thesis describes a research and development activity focused on an advanced photon detector, the LHCb Pixel Hybrid Photon Detector, and on the integration of the optical system of the Ring Imaging Cherenkov (RICH) detectors of LHCb. LHCb is an experiment in high energy particle physics that will operate at

Steve McMahon RAL/Oxford Upgrades at the LHC IOP meeting

LHCb Upgrade-II The challenges Luminosities of 1.5 x 1034cm-2s-1 corresponds to 42 pp interactions per bunch-crossing Or about 2,000 particles per crossing inside the detector acceptance Most of the particles are produced over a narrow highly collimated region of the detector

SCROD: A new approach to large school based cosmic ray

for the day-to-day running of the experiment, for the data analysis and search for time correlations, and will in some cases devise unique projects using their station. We are also consulting with area teachers to begin developing ways to use the apparatus to catalyze related classroom activities. At the current prototype phase,

Preface The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, a Particle Physics

Development of High Time Resolution Multigap RPCs for the TOF Detector of Alice p. 563 The LHCb Ring Imaging Cherenkov Detectors p. 569 Particle Identification with the HERA-B RICH p. 576 A RICH Detector for Hadron Identification at Jefferson Lab, Hall A p. 581 The Silicon Transition Radiation Detector: a Test with a Beam of Particles p. 587

Experiment Status of the

will give LHCb a unique chance to unambiguously identify new physics in CP violation. Preparation of the LHCb experiment is progressing well to be ready for full physics programme from day-one (optimal L ~ 2×10 32) matching well with the expected LHC initial performance (~ 10 33).

8th Workshop on

§ LHC Machine and Experiment Interface Issues E. Tsesmelis (CERN) § Trends in high speed, low power Analog to Digital converters L. Dugoujon (STMicroelectronics, Grenoble). § Distributed Processors allow revolutionary Hardware / Software partitioning J-L. Brelet (Xilinx Inc, Sophia Antipolis) § Technology Transfer R. Amendolia (CERN).

CALORIMETR Proceedings of the Eighth International

The Forward Plug Calorimeter of the ZEUS Detector 505 G. Garcia Lopez HERA-B Electromagnetic Calorimeter 511 S. Shuvalov Shashlik Calorimeter Prototypes for a Linear Collider 518 M. Paganoni The Upgraded Outer em Calorimeter of FOCUS at Fermilab 527 5. Bianco Development of Preshower Detector for LHCB Experiment 542 E. N. Guschin

Experimental Performance of SPD/PS Detector Prototypes

PreShower detector prototypes for the LHCb experiment at CERN. SPD/PS consists of two identical layers of scintillator pads with a lead converter in be-tween. The pads are read out by single WLS fibres coiled in a groove in the scintillator body. Experimental results obtained with several prototypes during 1999 2000 years are described.

Status of the LHCb Experiment

The TDR of the LHCb VELO was approved by the Research Board in November 2001. Engineering design of the vacuum tank housing the Si detector is in progress and a review by the LHC machine groups is planned in May. The specifications of the silicon sensors are being finalized for the pre-production. Prototypes for the readout chip are now

RRB LHCb RRB-D 2000-22 LHCb Status Report

development is essentially on course for meeting this date. Sharing of responsibilities in the production phase will be largely defined by January 2001, one year before the foreseen start of series production of detector modules. 1-4) Inner Tracker The Inner Tracker of the LHCb experiment covers the region close to the beam pipe where the particle

GAUDI - A Software Architecture and Framework for Building

LHCb in numbers uCollaboration: ~45 Institutes, ~350 participants uCost of the experiment: 86 MCHF uElectronics: ~10 6 readout channels uTrigger System: 4 Levels. 40 MHz →1 MHz →40 kHz → 5 kHz →200 Hz uData Acquisition: 100 kB/event. 2-4 GB/s →20 MB/s. 1.5 106 MIPs uStatus of the Experiment: Technical proposal submitted in

Research and Development Programme for the LHC-B Experiment

In this document, we outline the research and development (R&D) programme of the LHC-B experiment. The document also discusses milestones of the R&D programme together with their target dates, with the aim to submit a Technical Proposal in about two years. Among the various subsystems of the LHC-B detector, items discussed here are:

A Complete Package for Characterization of CMS-Upgrade Pixel

LHC upgrade. Then I will introduce the new radiation hard pixel detector prototypes and the T-992 test beam experiment telescope for detector tests at the Fermilab Test Beam Facility. In the main section of the Thesis I will present the application aimed at the alignment of the telescope and the reconstruction of tracks that provides the

Development of Hybrid Photon Detectors with Integrated

Development of Hybrid Photon Detectors with Integrated Silicon Pixel Readout for the RICH Counters of LHCb M. Alemi 1,2 , M. Campbell 1 , F. Formenti 1 , T. Gys 1 , D. Piedigrossi 1 , W. Snoeys 1

Third International Conference on

PI-20E. Lorenz Progress on the development of high QE, RED extended hybrid PMTS for the 2. Phase of the mqgic telescope PI-21T. Gys Performance of Hybrid Photon Detector prototypes with encapsulated silicon pixel detector and readout for the RICH counters of LHCb

The LHCf experiment at LHC -

Prague September 9, 2005 The LHCf experiment at LHC Oscar Adriani 2 independent detectors on both sides of IPX INTERACTION POINT IP1 (ATLAS) or IP8 (LHCb) Beam line Detector II Tungsten Scintillator Silicon µstrips Detector I Tungsten Scintillator Scintillating fibers 140 m 140 m Detectors should measure energy and position of γ

Wh t h l d fWhat have we learned from building the LHC (CMS

1990 Design of experiment R h d D l t (DRDC) 1992 CMS Letter of Intent Research and Development (DRDC) Trigger, Timing and Control distribution (TTC) Readout prototypes (FPGA,PC, IOP-200 MB/s ) Networks (ATM, Fiber Channel, xyz ) 1994 Technical Design Report 1996 CMS 2-level triggers design Event Builder Demonstrators 1998 2000 Trigger


experiment, it is realistic to expect LHCb to have a working detector installed in time for the beginning of LHC operation in April 2007. The LHCC also noted that the LHC Machine schedule has implications to the LHCb detector installation and the issue will be followed up in the March 2003 LHCC Installation Review. 3.