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  • Conference object English CLOSED
    Sefkow, Felix;
    (2016)
  • Article English OPEN
    Riegel, C.; Backhaus, M.; Hoorne, J.W. Van; Kugathasan, T.; Musa, L.; Pernegger, H.; Riedler, P.; Schaefer, D.; Snoeys, W.; Wagner, W.;
    (2017)
    Publisher: JINST
    A part of the upcoming HL-LHC upgrade of the ATLAS Detector is the construction of a new Inner Tracker. This upgrade opens new possibilities, but also presents challenges in terms of occupancy and radiation tolerance. For the pixel detector inside the inner tracker, hyb...
  • Conference object English OPEN
    Mueller, Felix Johannes;
    (2016)
  • Preprint English OPEN
    Diener, Ralf; Dreyling-Eschweiler, Jan; Stanitzki, Marcel; Ehrlichmann, Heiko; Gregor, Ingrid-Maria; Kötz, Ulrich; Krämer, Uwe; Meyners, Norbert; Potylitsina-Kube, Natalia; Schütz, Anne; Schütze, Paul;
    (2018)
    DESY Hamburg operates a test beam facility with three independent beam lines at the DESY II synchrotron. It is world-wide one of very few facilities providing test beams in the GeV range. To this end, it offers electron/positron beams with user-selectable momenta from 1...
  • Article, Preprint English OPEN
    Beyer, J.C.; La Rosa, A.; Macchiolo, A.; Nisius, R.; Savic, N.; Taibah, R.;
    (2018)
    Publisher: JINST
    In view of the high luminosity phase of the LHC (HL-LHC) to start operation around 2026, a major upgrade of the tracker system for the ATLAS experiment is in preparation. The expected neutron equivalent fluence of up to 2.4×1016 1 MeV neq./cm2 at the innermost layer of ...
  • Article, Preprint English OPEN
    Borysov, O;
    (2017)
    A new design of a detector module of submillimeter thickness for an electromagnetic calorimeter is presented. It is aimed to be used in the luminometers LumiCal and BeamCal in future linear e$^{+}$e$^{-}$ collider experiments. The module prototypes were produced utilizi...
  • Other literature type, Preprint English OPEN
    Pitters, Florian; Tehrani, Nilou Alipour; Dannheim, Dominik; Fiergolski, Adrian; Hynds, Daniel; Klempt, Wolfgang; Llopart, Xavi; Munker, Magdalena; Nürnberg, Andreas; Spannagel, Simon; Williams, Morag;
    (2019)
    Timepix3 is a multi-purpose readout ASIC for hybrid pixel detectors. It can measure time and amplitude simultaneously by employing time-of-arrival (ToA) and time-over-threshold (ToT) techniques. Both methods are systematically affected by timewalk. In this paper, a meth...
  • Article, Preprint English OPEN
    Antonova, M.; Asfandiyarov, R.; Bayes, R; Benoit, P.; Blondel, A.; Bogomilov, M.; Cross, A.; Cadoux, F.; Cervera, A.; Chikuma, N.; Dudarev, A.; Ekelöf, T.; Favre, Y.; Fedotov, S.; Hallsjö, S-P.; ...
    (2017)
    Publisher: SISSA
    The WAGASCI experiment being built at the J-PARC neutrino beam line will measure the difference in cross sections from neutrinos interacting with a water and scintillator targets, in order to constrain neutrino cross sections, essential for the T2K neutrino oscillation ...
  • Other literature type, Preprint English OPEN
    Vogt, M.;
    (2019)
    The phase-2 upgrade of the LHC will require novel pixel readout chips, which deliver hit information at drastically increased data rates and tolerate unprecedented radiation levels. The large-scale prototype chip RD53A has been designed by the RD53 collaboration and man...
  • Other literature type, Preprint English OPEN
    Centis Vignali, M.; Dias de Almeida, P.; Franconi, L.; Gallinaro, M.; Gurimskaya, Y.; Harrop, B.; Holmkvist, W.; Lu, C.; Mateu, I.; McClish, M.; Moll, M.; Newcomer, F.M.; Otero Ugobono, S.; White, S.; Wiehe, M.;
    (2019)
    The upgrades of ATLAS and CMS for the High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) highlighted physics objects timing as a tool to resolve primary interactions within a bunch crossing. Since the expected pile-up is around 200, with an r.m.s. time spread of 180 ps, a time resolution of ...
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