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I3HP-FP7 Silicon Multiplier Workshopchaired by Herbert Orth (GSI)
from to (Europe/Berlin)
at GSI ( Seminar Room HAD1 )
at GSI ( Seminar Room HAD1 )
Reports on Results for HadronPhysics2 and Plans for HadronPhysics3
Go to day
13:30 - 14:15
Project information and preparations of the Final Report
14:15 - 15:15
Task 1:Low level light detection and single photon readout
15:15 - 17:15
Task 2: SiPM-coupled advanced fiber detectors
SiPM + Scintillating fibers for AMADEUS experiment
Speaker: Oton Vazquez Doce (LNF) Material: Slides
- 15:45 Coffee Break 30'
Update on the INFN Pisa SiPM activities
Speaker: Nicola Belcari (INFN Pisa) Material: Slides
SiPM for Scintillation Fiber Tracking
Speaker: Vit Vorobel (Charles University Praque) Material: Slides
SiPM coupled advanced fiber detectors
Speaker: Christoph Wendel (Bonn University) Material: Slides
- 15:15 SiPM + Scintillating fibers for AMADEUS experiment 30'
17:15 - 18:30
Task 3: Ultrafast timing with plastic scintillators for ToF applications
- 19:30 - 21:30 Conference Dinner ( Hotel Weisser Schwan )
- 13:30 - 14:15 Project information and preparations of the Final Report
The HP3 Project
Speaker: Herbert Orth (GSI) Material: Slides
ASIC Development at GSI
Speaker: Holger Flemming (GSI) Material: Slides
Design and performance of dedicated ASICs for SiPM readout
Speaker: Cristoforo Marzocca (Poiytecnico Bari and INFN) Material: Slides
The Philips Digital SiPM
Speakers: York Hämisch (Philips Technologies), Anja Schmitz (Philips Technologies) Material: Slides
- 11:55 - 12:10 Coffee Break
Experimental test of a trigger prototype for AMADEUS experiment
Speaker: Massimiliano Bazzi (LNF) Material: Slides
SiPM related projects and perspectives at SMI Vienna
Speaker: Lukas Gruber (SMI Vienna) Material: Slides
The Scintillation tile Hodoscope (SciTil), A new project in HP3
Speaker: Carsten Schwarz (GSI Darmstadt) Material: Slides
GEANT4 Simulations on the Barrel SciTil detector
presented by H. Orth
Speaker: Vladimir Vikhrov (PNPI) Material: Slides
- 13:30 - 13:35 End of workshop
- 09:30 - 10:15 The HP3 Project 45'