The workshop covers all aspects of electronic systems, components and instrumentation for particle and astro-particle physics experiments such as: electronics for particle detection, triggering, data-acquisition systems, accelerator and beam instrumentation.
Operational experience of electronic systems and R&D in electronics for LHC, High Luminosity LHC, FAIR, neutrino facilities and other present or future accelerator projects are the major focus of the workshop.
The purpose of the workshop is:
- Present original concepts and results of research and development for electronics relevant to particle physics experiments as well as accelerator and beam instrumentation at future facilities;
- Review the status of electronics for running experiments and accelerators;
- Identify and encourage common efforts for the development of electronics;
- Promote information exchange and collaboration in the relevant engineering and physics communities.
The main topics of the workshop will be recent research and developments in the following areas:
- Highly integrated detectors and electronics;
- Custom Analogue and Digital Circuits;
- Programmable Digital Logic Applications;
- Optoelectronic Data Transfer and Control;
- Packaging and Interconnect Technologies;
- Radiation and Magnetic Field Tolerant Systems;
- Testing and Reliability;
- Power Management and Conversion;
- Grounding and Shielding;
- Design Tools and Methods.
The workshop programme will include invited plenary talks, sessions for oral presentations and poster presentations.
Sept 19, 2022, 9:00-14:00, Registration
Sept 19, 2022, 14:00-18:00, Plenary presentations (organised by the local organising committee)
Sept 19, 2022, evening, Welcome reception in conference hotel
Sept 20 - 22, 9:00-18:00 and Sept 23, 9:00-12:30 scientific program in plenary, parallel and poster sessions
Sept 20, 2022, evening, social activity
Sept 21, evening, conference dinner
Sept 23, 2022, 14:00-17:00, tutorial: high speed PCB design (https://indico.cern.ch/event/1127562/page/25065-training-tutorial, registration required)
Information about registration to the workshop and local organisation is available on: https://twepp2022.w.uib.no/
Authors are invited to submit abstracts and summaries describing original developments and new contributions, including recent progress, in the workshop topic areas.
Abstracts (max. 100 words long) and summaries (max. 500 words long) along an optional file containing diagrams or plots must be submitted through the Integrated Digital Conference tool at https://indico.cern.ch/e/twepp2022.
The summary will be the basis for paper selection. The summary should describe quantitative specifications of the work, challenges, implementation and results.
Submissions without comprehensive summary will not be considered. Submissions directly from the presenters are encouraged. Summaries should clearly describe the aspects of the work relevant to the topics of TWEPP. Standard summaries targeted to physics or detector instrumentation conferences might need to be updated accordingly.
The submission deadline is April 30, 2022. From this year on, no extensions are foreseen.
Abstracts will be made available at the time of the workshop and will include all contributions selected for either oral or poster presentation.
The proceedings of the workshop will be published in a peer reviewed Journal.
Information concerning the workshop scientific programme and submissions is available at: https://indico.cern.ch/e/twepp2022
Enquiries can be directed to the Workshop Secretariat, by email at email@example.com
Local organisation information is be available on https://twepp2022.w.uib.no/
Enquiries concerning the local organisation can be directed to the local organisation committee, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
A. Kluge (CERN, CH, Chair)
J. Alme (UiB, NO)
J.P. Cachemiche (CPPM–IN2P3, FR)
H. Chen (BNL, US)
W. Dabrowski (AGH, PL)
S. Danzeca (CERN, CH)
M. French (RAL, UK)
P. Gui (SMU, US)
M. Hansen (CERN, CH)
C. G. Hu (IPHC-IN2P3, FR)
G. Iles (Imperial College, UK)
C. Joram (CERN, CH)
A. Ricci (CERN, CH, Secretary)
A. Rivetti (INFN, IT)
W. Snoeys (CERN, CH)
F. Vasey (CERN, CH)
K. Wyllie (CERN, CH)
Organised by the Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen, with support from the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).