Mar 18 – 22, 2021
Stony Brook, NY
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New Approaches to Fine Granularity Timing Detectors

Mar 18, 2021, 3:40 PM
Stony Brook, NY

Stony Brook, NY

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Simone Mazza (UC Santa Cruz)


A collaboration involving a US National Laboratory (Brookhaven National Laboratory), a private-sector technology company (Cactus Materials, Inc.) and a University institute (the Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz) has been working on new approaches to the development of highly-granular timing layers for minimum-ionizing particle and X-Ray detection. Progress has been made in the design and prototyping of the Deep Junction LGAD, a novel approach to the implementation of impact-ionization gain in silicon diode detectors that allows for the reduction of the granularity scale to below 100 microns, while maintaining DC coupling to the readout electrodes. Work is also progressing on high-density interconnect ("3D Integration") technology geared towards the enabling of commensurate high-density readout of granular systems. Progress in both of these areas will be presented.

Primary authors

Simone Mazza (UC Santa Cruz) Gabriele Giacomini (Brookhaven National Lab) Alessandro Tricoli (BNL) Yuzhan Zhao (University of California, Santa Cruz, SCIPP) Carolyn Gee (UC Santa Cruz) Rafiqul Islam (CACTUS materials) Bruce Schumm (UC santa cruz) Sager Ayyoub (CACTUS materials) Sujyot Mony (CACTUS materials)

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