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LIDINE2013: LIght Detection In Noble Elements

from Wednesday, May 29, 2013 (8:00 AM) to Friday, May 31, 2013 (1:00 PM)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
May 29, 2013
May 30, 2013
May 31, 2013
AM
8:00 AM
Registration (until 9:00 AM) ()
9:00 AM Introduction - Flavio Cavanna (Yale U.)   ()
Slides
9:10 AM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 10:25 AM) ()
9:10 AM NEST: The Noble Element Simulation Technique - Dr Matthew Szydagis (UC Davis)   ()
Slides
9:35 AM AN ANALYTIC TECHNIQUE FOR THE ESTIMATION OF THE LIGHT YIELD OF A SCINTILLATION DETECTOR - Dr Ettore Segreto (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso)   ()
Slides
10:00 AM Optical Simulations of Wavelength Shifting Fibers - Dr Benton Pahlka (Fermilab)   ()
Slides
10:25 AM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 10:40 AM) ()
10:40 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:55 AM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 11:45 AM) ()
10:55 AM Characterization of the R5912-02 MOD Photomultiplier Tube at Cryogenic Temperatures - Thomas Caldwell (University of Pennsylvania)   ()
Slides
11:20 AM R11410-21 3-Inch Photomultiplier Tube for XENON1T Dark Matter Experiment. - Dr Alexey Lyashenko (UCLA)   ()
Slides
11:45 AM --- Lunch ---
9:00 AM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 9:50 AM) ()
9:00 AM Pressurized xenon as scintillator for gamma spectroscopy - Dr Filippo Resnati (ETH)   ()
Slides
9:25 AM Exploring LXe's scintillation response at the 1 keV level - Dr Aaron Manalaysay (University of Zurich)   ()
Slides
9:50 AM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 10:10 AM) ()
10:10 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:25 AM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 11:40 AM) ()
10:25 AM AGING STUDIES OF THIN TPB FILMS - Dr Ettore Segreto (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso) Dr Nicola Canci (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso)   ()
Slides
10:50 AM Effect of Exposure to Optical and Near UV Light on Waveshifter Efficiency - Stuart Mufson (Indiana U)   ()
Slides
11:15 AM Photodegradation Mechanisms of Tetraphenyl Butadiene Coatings for Liquid Argon Detectors - Jennifer VanGemert (Fermilab)   ()
Slides
11:40 AM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 12:05 PM) ()
11:40 AM Comparison of TPB and bis-MSB as VUV Waveshifters - Mr Brian Baptista (Indiana University)   ()
Slides
9:00 AM
Scintillation Light Read-Out for Noble Elements-Based (until 10:15 AM) ()
9:00 AM Status of the MiniCLEAN Dark Matter Experiment - Stan Seibert (University of Pennsylvania)   ()
Slides
9:25 AM Light Detection in XENON100 and Small-Scale LXe R&D Detectors - Dr Guillaume Plante (Columbia University)   ()
Slides
9:50 AM The SNS neutron electric dipole moment experiment - Clark Griffith (California Institute of Technology)   ()
Slides
10:15 AM
Scintillation Light Read-Out for Noble Elements-Based (until 10:35 AM) ()
10:35 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:50 AM
Scintillation Light Read-Out for Noble Elements-Based (until 12:30 PM) ()
10:50 AM MicroBooNE photon detection system - Dr Teppei Katori (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   ()
Paper
Slides
11:15 AM PMT Triggering and Readout for MicroBooNE Experiment - Mr David Kaleko (Columbia University/Nevis Labs)   ()
Slides
11:40 AM The LArIAT Light Readout System - Dr Andrzej Szelc (Yale University)   ()
Slides
12:05 PM TPB-coated Light Guides for Liquid Argon TPC Light Detection Systems - Christina Ignarra (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   ()
Slides
PM
12:45 PM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 2:00 PM) ()
12:45 PM Liquid argon scintillation read-out with silicon devices - Dr Nicola Canci (UCLA & INFN-LNGS) Dr Ettore Segreto (INFN-LNGS)   ()
Slides
1:10 PM QUartz Photon Intensifying Detector (QUPID): a possible alternative for noble liquid experiments - Dr Alexey Lyashenko (UCLA)   ()
Slides
1:35 PM Large Area Picosecond Photodetectors for Use in Liquid Noble Detectors - Dr Andrey Elagin (University of Chicago)   ()
Slides
2:00 PM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 2:15 PM) ()
2:15 PM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 3:30 PM) ()
2:15 PM Results from the Bo Argon Scintillation Test Stand at Fermilab - Mr Benjamin Jones (MIT)   ()
Slides
2:40 PM Low Radioactivity Argon from Underground Sources - Dr Henning Back (Princeton University)   ()
Slides
3:05 PM Status of The Solid Xenon Project at Fermilab - Dr Benton Pahlka (Fermilab)   ()
Slides
3:30 PM --- Coffee before Colloquium ---
4:00 PM
Fermilab Colloquium (until 5:00 PM) ()
5:00 PM --- LIDINE2013 Reception ---
12:05 PM --- Lunch ---
1:05 PM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 1:55 PM) ()
1:05 PM Experiences Using TPB to Detect Scintillations in Liquid Helium - Prof. Paul Huffman (North Carolina State University)   ()
Slides
1:30 PM VUV-VIS optical characterization of Tetraphenyl-butadiene films on glass and specular reflector substrates from room to liquid Argon temperature - Prof. Roberto Francini (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata) Flavio Cavanna (Yale U.)   ()
Slides
1:55 PM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 3:10 PM) ()
1:55 PM Development of a Wavelength-Shifting Fiber-Based Photon Detector for LBNE - Ryan Wasserman (Colorado State University)   ()
Slides
2:20 PM WLS Gasses for High-Pressure Xenon Detectors - Dr Victor Gehman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   ()
Slides
2:45 PM WLS R&D for the Detection of Noble Gas Scintillation at LBL: seeing the light from neutrinos, to dark matter, to double beta decay - Dr Victor Gehman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   ()
Slides
3:10 PM
Scintillation Light from Noble Elements - R&D Efforts (until 3:30 PM) ()
3:30 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:45 PM
Scintillation Light Read-Out for Noble Elements-Based (until 4:35 PM) ()
3:45 PM DarkSide Search for Dark Matter - Dr Emilija Pantic (UCLA)   ()
Slides
4:10 PM Status of the ArDM experiment - Dr Filippo Resnati (ETH)   ()
Slides
4:35 PM
Scintillation Light Read-Out for Noble Elements-Based (until 5:00 PM) ()
4:35 PM Photon Detection in CAPTAIN - Dr Keith Rielage (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   ()
Slides
7:00 PM --- Conference Dinner ---
12:30 PM
Scintillation Light Read-Out for Noble Elements-Based (until 12:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Conclusion and Close of Conference - Janet Conrad (MIT)   ()
Slides