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Lessons Learned from Production of Custom Optical Readout Modules at Colorado State University

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Tyler Boone


Suppression of cosmic ray backgrounds is crucial to the measurement of neutrino oscillations using the ICARUS detector in the Short-Baseline Neutrino program at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. A Cosmic Ray Tagger subsystem is under construction that provides almost complete solid angle coverage of the liquid argon Time-Projection Chambers. We present the fabrication process and quality control measures for the silicon photomultiplier-based Optical Readout Modules (ORM) that will read out the 860 m2 side-walls constructed from repurposed veto detector modules from the former MINOS experiment.


Production and Quality Control of custom Optical Readout Modules for the ICARUS Cosmic Ray Tagger

Experiment/Collaboration ICARUS

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