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Joint CPAD and Instrumentation Frontier Community Meeting

from Wednesday, January 9, 2013 (8:30 AM) to Friday, January 11, 2013 (5:05 PM)
Argonne National Laboratory (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jan 9, 2013
Jan 10, 2013
Jan 11, 2013
AM
8:30 AM
Plenary Session 1: - Ian Shipsey (Purdue University) (until 9:35 AM) (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
8:30 AM Welcome to Argonne - Prof. Hendrik Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
8:35 AM The Need for Instrumentation R&D - Dr Glen Crawford (DOE Office of Science)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Slides
9:05 AM Instrumentation Development: an NSF Perspective - Prof. Randal Ruchti (National Science Foundation)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Slides
9:35 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:15 AM
Plenary Session 2: - Howard Nicholson (Retired) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
10:15 AM CPAD – Its Creation and Scope - Ian Shipsey (Purdue University)   ()
Slides
10:35 AM CPAD and Snowmass 2013 - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory)   ()
Slides
10:55 AM New Materials for High Energy Physics Missions With Applications in Accelerators, Detectors, and Sensors - Mike Pellin (ANL)   ()
Slides
11:45 AM Discussion   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
11:55 AM Announcement IC Workshop @ LBNL - Gunther Haller (SLAC)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Slides
8:30 AM
Plenary Session 5: (until 9:15 AM) (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
8:30 AM Cryogenic Instrumentation - Blas Cabrera (Stanford)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Slides
9:30 AM
Session A: Technologies needed for Physics at the Energy Frontier -Prof. Ulrich Heintz (Brown University) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
9:30 AM HL-LHC - detector capabilities needed for physics goals and limitations/challenges of current detectors - Jeremy Mans   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
10:00 AM HL-LHC -Trigger capabilities needed and new technologies for triggers - Dr Ted Liu (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
9:30 AM
Session B: Technologies needed for Physics at the Intensity Frontier -Dr David Asner (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
9:30 AM Advances for the LHCb Upgrade - Marina Artuso   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
9:45 AM Heavy Flavor Factory Physics Needs - Dr David Asner (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
9:50 AM Radiation Hard Pixel Detectors - Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
10:00 AM Crystal Calorimetry for Lepton Factories - Dr Ren-yuan Zhu (Caltech)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
10:15 AM R&D in B-physics experiments - Jerry Va'vra (SLAC)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
9:30 AM
Session C: Technologies needed for Physics at the Cosmic Frontier -Dr Juan Estrada (FNAL) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
9:30 AM Instrumentation needs in UHECR - Prof. Paolo Privitera (University of Chicago)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
10:00 AM Instrumentation need in ultra-high energy neutrinos - Peter Gorham   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
9:30 AM
Session D: Technologies needed for Facilities to support the Physics Program - Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
9:30 AM Fermilab test beam and irradiation capabilities - Dr Erik Ramberg (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
9:50 AM LANCE irradiation capabilities - Sally Seidel   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
10:10 AM SLAC test beam capabilities - Dr Carsten Hast (SLAC)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
10:30 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:45 AM
Session A: Technologies needed for Physics at the Energy Frontier -Prof. Ulrich Heintz (Brown University) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
10:45 AM e+e- collider experiments - overview of detector requirements and limitations - Prof. Andy White (U. texas at Arlington)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
11:20 AM mu+mu- collider experiments - overview of detector requirements and limitations - Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
10:45 AM
Session B: Technologies needed for Physics at the Intensity Frontier -Dr Regina Rameika (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
10:45 AM The Neutrino Landscape - Dr Regina Rameika (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
10:50 AM High Energy Accelerator Neutrino Experiments - Dr Sam Zeller (FNAL)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
11:05 AM Low Energy Accelerator Neutrino Experiments - Dr Zelimir Djurcic (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
11:20 AM Mass Hierarchy with Atmospheric Neutrino Detectors - Jennifer Raaf (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
11:35 AM What more we could learn from reactor experiments - Dr Regina Rameika (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
11:45 AM Advances in Photodetectors for Neutrino Experiments - Mayly Sanchez (Iowa State University)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
10:45 AM
Session C: Technologies needed for Physics at the Cosmic Frontier -Dr Juan Estrada (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
10:45 AM Instrumentation needs in Dark Energy - Gaston Gutierrez   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
11:10 AM Beyond Cosmic Frontier - Prof. Craig Hogan Hogan (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
11:35 AM Instrumentation needs for Gamma rays - Amanda Weinstein   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
10:45 AM
Session D: Technologies needed for Facilities to support the Physics Program - Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 11:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
10:45 AM Radiation Facilities at BNL - David Lissauer (BNL)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
8:30 AM
Plenary Session 6: - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 9:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
8:30 AM Applications of Nanoscale Technology to Detector Development - Andreas Roelofs (ANL-CNM)   ()
9:30 AM
Session E: Sensors - Marina Artuso (Syracuse University) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
9:30 AM Challenges for diamond detectors - Prof. Harris Kagan (ohio state university)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
10:00 AM Materials and Assay for Rare Event Physics - James Fast (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
9:30 AM
Session F: Gaseous Detectors - Bob Wagner (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
9:30 AM Studies on fast triggering and high precision tracking with RPCs - Liang Guan   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
9:50 AM Test beam studies on thin gap chambers for the ATLAS Phase-I upgrade - Jiaming Yu   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
10:10 AM Glass RPC - Lei Xia (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
9:30 AM
Session G: Detector Systems - David LISSAUER (BNL) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
9:30 AM LAR TPC - Dr Brian Rebel (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
10:15 AM Fundamental properties of Nobel Liquids - Craig Thorn (BNL)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
9:30 AM
Session H: Electronics/Trigger/DAQ -Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
9:30 AM Data Acqusition for Future Experiments - Gunther Haller   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
Slides
10:00 AM Data Communication for Future Experiments - Prof. Andy Tiankuan Liu (Southern Methodist University)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
Slides
9:30 AM
Session J: Emerging Technologies - Jim Alexander (until 10:30 AM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
9:30 AM Low threshold detectors for DM and Neutrinos - Javier Tiffenberg   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
9:55 AM A Concept for a Light WIMP Detector Using Superfluid He-­‐4 - Prof. Daniel McKinsey (Yale University)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
10:30 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:45 AM
Session E: Sensors - Marina Artuso (Syracuse University) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
10:45 AM Applications of superconducting sensors (Transition Edge Sensors) to physics at the Frontiers - Kent Irwin   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
11:10 AM New dector technologies for very high radiation calorimetry - Prof. Roger Rusack (The University of Minnesota)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
11:35 AM Progress on low mass support for future tracking devices - David Lynn   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
10:45 AM
Session F: Gaseous Detectors - Bob Wagner (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
10:45 AM GEM Upgrade for CMS Forward Muon System - Marcus Hohlmann   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
11:35 AM GEM detectors for digital hadron calorimetry - Prof. Jaehoon Yu (University of Texas at Arlington)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
10:45 AM
Session G: Detector Systems - David LISSAUER (BNL) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
10:45 AM R&D towards next generation dark matter and double beta decay experiments using noble liquids - Thomas Shutt   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
11:05 AM Nobel Liquid Purification and Material selection - Stephen Pordes (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
11:25 AM Liquid Scintillators ( Water Based, Metal Loaded) - Dr Minfang Yeh (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
10:45 AM
Session H: Electronics/Trigger/DAQ -Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
10:45 AM Trigger Systems for Future Experiments - Dong Su   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
Slides
11:20 AM Electronics for large arrays of Cherenkov detectors - Frank Krennrich   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
Slides
11:50 AM Cold Electronics   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
10:45 AM
Session J: Emerging Technologies - Jim Alexander (until 12:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
10:45 AM Solid Xenon Detector R&D - Dr Jonghee Yoo (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
11:10 AM Thick silicon detectors for astrophysics - Chris Bebek   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
11:35 AM Studies for Graphene Detectors - Childres Isaac   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
PM
12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
12:00 PM Working Lunch: Discussion of Interface of Instrumentation Frontier to Physics   ()
1:00 PM
Plenary Session 3: -Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) (until 3:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
1:00 PM Challenges for Instrumentation at the Intensity Frontier - Robert Svoboda   ()
Slides
1:30 PM Challenges for Instrumentation at the Cosmic Frontier - Mike Turner   ()
Slides
2:00 PM Challenges for Instrumentation for Facilities (Accelerators, Test Beams) - Dr Erik Ramberg (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)   ()
Slides
2:30 PM Challenges for Instrumentation at the Energy Frontier - Prof. Daniela Bortoletto (Purdue University)   ()
Slides
3:00 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:30 PM
Plenary Session 4: - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 4:10 PM) (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
3:30 PM Past, Present, and Future of the Fermilab Physics Research Equipment Pool - Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Paper
Slides
3:50 PM Discussion: Underground infrastructure for instrumentation R&D - Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Slides
4:10 PM
Parallel Sessions Organize (until 5:00 PM) ()
4:10 PM Session A: Energy Frontier   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
4:10 PM Session B: Intensity Frontier   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
4:10 PM Session C: Cosmic Frontier   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
4:10 PM Session D: Facilities   (Bldg. 362., Rm. F-240)
6:00 PM --- Pizza Reception ---
12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
12:00 PM Working Lunch: Discussion of Common Technological Needs Across Physics Frontiers   ()
1:30 PM
Session A: Technologies needed for Physics at the Energy Frontier -Prof. Ulrich Heintz (Brown University) (until 3:15 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
1:30 PM Challenges and limitations for current tracking detectors - Steve Nahn   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
2:05 PM Challenges and limitations of current calorimeters - Prof. Roger Rusack (The University of Minnesota)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
2:40 PM New and emerging technologies relevant for energy frontier experiments - Julia Thom-Levy   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
1:30 PM
Session B: Technologies needed for Physics at the Intensity Frontier -Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab) (until 3:15 PM) (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
1:30 PM Calorimeters - Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
2:05 PM Tracking - Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
2:40 PM Trigger/DAQ - Dr Mark Convery (SLAC)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
1:30 PM
Session C: Technologies needed for Physics at the Cosmic Frontier -Dr Juan Estrada (FNAL) (until 3:15 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
1:30 PM Physics motivation for directional DM detection - David Nygren (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
1:55 PM Physical Motivation and Detection Techniques for Light Dark Matter - Matt Pyle   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
2:20 PM DM-observatory - Dr Andrew Sonnenschein (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
2:40 PM Instrumentation needs in CMB - Mr Stephan Meyer (University of Chicago)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
3:15 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:30 PM
Summary Talks - Ian Shipsey (Purdue University) (until 6:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
3:30 PM Energy Frontier Summary - Prof. Ulrich Heintz (Brown University)   ()
Slides
4:10 PM Intensity Frontier Summary - Prof. Bonnie Fleming (Yale University)   ()
Slides
4:50 PM Cosmic Frontier Summary - Dr Juan Estrada (FNAL)   ()
Slides
5:30 PM Facilities Summary - Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   ()
Slides
6:30 PM --- Dinner ---
12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
12:00 PM Working Lunch: Discussion of Cross Connections between Detector Subgroups   ()
1:00 PM
Session E: Sensors - Marina Artuso (Syracuse University) (until 3:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
1:00 PM Picosecond timing devices and their application to future experiments - Jerry Va'vra (SLAC)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
1:30 PM Challenges for pixel sensors for the frontiers - Gino Bolla   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
2:00 PM 3D sensor technologies for the frontiers - Dr Chris Kenney (SLAC)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
2:30 PM Discussion on document on matrix correlating technological challenges in the sensors under our charge and physics goals - Marina Artuso   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-108)
Slides
1:00 PM
Session F: Gaseous Detectors - Bob Wagner (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 3:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
1:00 PM I- and T-trackers for mu2e - Dr Aseet Mukherjee (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
1:30 PM XE TPC - David Nygren (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
Slides
2:00 PM Discussion   (Bldg. 362, Rm. F-240)
1:00 PM
Session G: Detector Systems - David LISSAUER (BNL) (until 3:00 PM) (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
1:00 PM Nobel Liquid Calorimeters - Stephanie Majewski   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
1:20 PM Imaging Calorimeters - Jose Repond (repond@anl.gov)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
1:40 PM Crystal Calorimeters for Future HEP Experiments - Dr Ren-yuan Zhu (Caltech)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
2:00 PM Low Mass Detector Systems - Dr William Cooper (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
Slides
2:20 PM Bubble Chambers - Dr Andrew Sonnenschein (Fermilab)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
2:40 PM Summary - David LISSAUER (BNL)   (Bldg. 360, Rm. A-224)
1:00 PM
Session H: Electronics/Trigger/DAQ -Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) (until 3:00 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
1:00 PM Power Delivery for Future Experiments - Richard Sumner (CMCAMAC LLC) Dr Satish Dhawan (Yale University)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
Slides
1:30 PM Fast Electronics for Future Experiments - Prof. Gary Varner (University of Hawaii)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
Slides
2:00 PM ASIC Development for Future Experiments - Mr Henrik von der Lippe (LBNL)   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
Slides
2:30 PM Discussion   (Bldg. 362, Rm. B-332)
2:30 PM
Session J: Emerging Technologies - Jim Alexander (until 2:50 PM) (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
2:30 PM Nano-crystals in amorphous silicon - Jim Kakalios   (Bldg. 362, Rm. E-388)
Slides
3:00 PM Summary and Charge for next 3 months - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Slides
3:30 PM Discussion on Snowmass document: content, format and writing assignments - Ian Shipsey (Purdue University)   (Bldg. 362, Auditorium)
Link to Instrumentation Survey
4:00 PM --- Adjourn ---