Gaseous detectors for particle physics are entering a phase where operation at current experiments and future facilities will require the capacity to work at unprecedent particle rate, higher rate capability, integrated charge and improved time resolution. In addition, new materials are in many cases needed to achieve these new requirements. Finally, the need to replace environmentally unfriendly gases has set an additional challenge to the community. 

The third International Conference on Detector Stability and Aging Phenomena in Gaseous Detectors aims in offering an occasion for sharing new results, new ideas, new facility requirements, ... 

The conference will be held at CERN in the main Auditorium from November 6th to 10th, 2023.

The conference will continue the initiative started in 1986 with the first workshop held at LBL (Berkeley) and in 2001 at DESY (Hamburg).

Conference topics will include: 

  • Detector stability and performance
  • Aging phenomena
  • Radiation hardness
  • Material outgassing
  • Novel materials
  • Electrodes
  • Photocathodes
  • Plasma chemistry
  • Environmentally friendly gases
  • Gas and material analysis, characterisation, instruments
  • Discharge damage and mitigation
  • Test facilities
  • Front End Electronics for detector stability and aging mitigation


The conference will have invited reviews and selected contributions, as well as a poster session.

The conference proceeding will be published in peer-reviewed journal.


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