WIT2012 Workshop on Intelligent Trackers

from Thursday, May 3, 2012 (8:00 AM) to Saturday, May 5, 2012 (6:00 PM)
INFN Pisa

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
May 3, 2012
May 4, 2012
May 5, 2012
AM
8:30 AM
Registration and Welcome (until 9:00 AM) ()
9:00 AM Introduction and logistic - Fabrizio Palla (Sezione di Pisa (IT))   ()
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9:30 AM
Application of intelligent detectors / Coupled sensors and monolithic architectures (until 8:00 PM) ()
9:30 AM A Fast Hardware Tracker for the ATLAS Trigger System - Dr Bjorn Penning (University of Chicago (US))   ()
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10:00 AM A Level-1 Tracking Trigger for the CMS Upgrade using stacked silicon strip detectors and advanced pattern recognition technologies - Gaelle Boudoul (Universite Claude Bernard-Lyon I (FR))   ()
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10:30 AM Trigger and Data Acquisition Strategy for the LHCb Upgrade - Marina Artuso (Syracuse University (US))   ()
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11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM Application for front end intelligence in gaseous pixel detectors for triggering - Dr Nigel Hessey (NIKHEF (NL))   ()
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12:00 PM Instrumentation of a track trigger with double buffer front-end architecture - David Wardrope (University College London (UK))   ()
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12:30 PM FPGA and ASIC based algorithms for the present and upgraded LHCb silicon vertex detector - Dr Tomasz Szumlak (Glasgow University)   ()
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1:00 PM --- Lunch ---
2:30 PM A Level-1 Track Trigger for CMS with double stack detectors and long barrel approach - Emmanuele Salvati (Cornell University (US))   ()
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3:00 PM A hybrid module architecture for a prompt momentum discriminating tracker at HL-LHC - Duccio Abbaneo (CERN)   ()
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3:30 PM An innovative detection module concept for PET - Dr nahema marino (university and INFN pisa) Nahema Marino Nahema Marino   ()
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4:00 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:30 PM Discussion   ()
Minutes
5:30 PM Active Pixel Sensors in high-voltage CMOS technologies for ATLAS - Dr Ivan Peric (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))   ()
6:00 PM 3D Monolithically Stacked CMOS Active Pixel Sensor Detectors for Particle Tracking Applications. - Dr Daniele PASSERI (University of Perugia)   ()
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8:30 AM
Development of critical technologies and system integration (until 11:00 AM) ()
8:30 AM From hybrids pixels to smart vertex detectors using 3D technologies - JCC Clemens (Universite d'Aix - Marseille II (FR))   ()
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9:00 AM The Two 3Ds Combined: Tiles for Large Area Intelligent Arrays - Marvin Johnson (Fermi National Accelerator Lab.) Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   ()
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9:30 AM MCM-D Technology for Silicon Strip Frontend Hybrids - Lars Eklund (University of Glasgow (GB))   ()
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10:00 AM Hybrid circuits and substrate technologies for the CMS Tracker upgrade - Georges Blanchot (CERN)   ()
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10:30 AM Discussion   ()
11:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:30 AM
On-module electronic circuits (3D and conventional), intra-module and off-detector communication (until 7:35 PM) ()
11:30 AM The CBC microstrip readout chip for LHC phase II - Mark Pesaresi (Imperial College Sci., Tech. & Med. (GB))   ()
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12:00 PM Asynchronous readout architectures for Tracker Front-End ASICs - Dr Marvin Johnson (Fermilab) Marvin Johnson (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   ()
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12:30 PM A real-time clustering ASIC for the PXD in Belle II - Andreas Wassatsch (MPI Physik / HLL)   ()
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1:00 PM --- Lunch ---
2:30 PM CBC2: a microstrip readout ASIC with coincidence logic for trigger primitives at HL-LHC - Davide Braga (STFC - Science & Technology Facilities Council (GB))   ()
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3:00 PM A Fast Clustering Block for Silicon Strip Seeded Track Trigger - Mr Mitch Newcomer (University of Pennsylvania)   ()
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3:30 PM Front end intelligence for triggering and local track measurement in gaseous pixel detectors - Vladimir Gromov (NIKHEF)   ()
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4:00 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:30 PM Multi_Gigabit wireless data transfer at 60 GHz - Mr Hans Kristian Soltveit (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))   ()
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5:00 PM Radiation-Hard and High-Speed Parallel Optical Engine - Prof. KK Gan (Ohio State University)   ()
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5:30 PM Discussion   ()
8:00 AM
Real time pattern-recognition and advanced algorithms (until 1:00 PM) ()
8:30 AM A clusterization algorithm for ATLAS pixel upgrade. - Teddy Todorov (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   ()
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9:00 AM A Self Seeded First Level Track Trigger for ATLAS - Andre Schoening (Physikalisches Institut-Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg-U) Sebastian Schmitt (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))   ()
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9:30 AM Use of Associative Memories for L1 triggering in LHC environment. - Daniel Magalotti (INFN Sezione Perugia (IT))   ()
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10:00 AM The new variable resolution Associative Memory for Fast Track finding - Alberto Annovi (Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare (IT))   ()
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10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM 3D Vertical Integration Technology for Fast Pattern Recognition - Tiehui Ted Liu (Fermilab)   ()
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11:30 AM Pattern recognition with vector-type detector hits - Dr Rudolf Frühwirth (ÖAW, HEPHY Vienna)   ()
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12:00 PM Discussion   ()
PM
8:00 PM
Posters (until 9:00 PM) ()
8:00 PM A 0.18 μm CMOS Low-Power Radiation Sensor for Asynchronous Event-Driven UWB Wireless Transmission - Dr Alessandro Gabrielli (Universita e INFN (IT))   ()
8:00 PM A Dedicated Electronics-Based Pixel Tracking System for CMS for HL-LHC Luminosities - Jason Gilmore (Texas A & M University (US))   ()
8:00 PM A fast digital readout architecture for vertically integrated pixel sensors - Dr Filippo Maria Giorgi (Universita e INFN (IT))   ()
8:00 PM A Fast General-Purpose Clustering Algorithm Based on FPGAs for High-Throughput Data Processing - Matteo Mario Beretta (Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare (IT))   ()
8:00 PM A Low Mass On-chip Readout Scheme for Double-sided Silicon Strip Detectors - Mr Christian Irmler (HEPHY Vienna)   ()
8:00 PM A tracker for the novel mu3e experiment based on high voltage monolithic active pixel sensors - Dirk Wiedner (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))   ()
8:00 PM Development of high performance tracking layers as a sandwich of optimised CMOS pixel sensors - Jerome Baudot (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (FR))   ()
8:00 PM Interconnect issues for the CMS 3-D track trigger - Prof. Mani Tripathi (UC Davis)   ()
8:00 PM Micro-channel cooling for pixel detectors - Filippo Bosi (INFN Pisa)   ()
8:00 PM Modulator Based High Bandwidth Optical Links for HEP Experiments - David Underwood (Argonne National Laboratory (US)) Bob Stanek (Argonne National Laboratory (US)) Dr Waruna Fernando (Argonne National Laboratory)   ()
8:00 PM Monolithic Active Pixel Matrix with Binary Counters (MAMBO) ASIC, using a nested well structure to decouple the detector from the electronics - Farah Khalid (F)   ()
8:00 PM Nanosecond Timing Resolution with the APV25 - Dr Markus Friedl (Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT))   ()
8:00 PM Online tracking applications of the general purpose EDRO Board - Prof. Mauro Villa (Universita di Bologna e INFN (IT))   ()
8:00 PM Progress on silicon and carbon foam composite wafers for interposer or hybrid use - Mauricio Garcia-Sciveres (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   ()
8:00 PM Quadruple well CMOS MAPS for particle tracking with pixel-level analog processing, discrimination and time stamping - Dr Stefano Zucca (University of Pavia and INFN)   ()
8:00 PM Radiation tolerant IP-cores for the control and readout of Front-End electronics in future Silicon detectors - Guido Magazzu (Univ. of California Santa Barbara (US))   ()
8:00 PM Status of Work on Vertically Integrated Circuits - Grzegorz Deptuch (FERMILAB)   ()
8:00 PM Study of system integration for the pixel detector of the PANDA experiment - Daniela Calvo (INFN-Torino (IT))   ()
8:00 PM The First Prototype for the FastTracker Processing Unit - Daniel Magalotti (Universita e INFN (IT))   ()
8:00 PM The ultra low mass cooling system of the Belle II DEPFET detector - Dr Carlos Marinas Pardo (Bonn University)   ()
8:00 PM --- Social Dinner ---
1:00 PM
Closeout (until 2:00 PM) ()