Sep 7 – 12, 2014
University of Surrey
GB timezone
Arrival information and the latest Conference Programme can be downloaded using the link at the bottom of the home page

Setup for Laboratory studies of the charge transport in Silicon Dioxide

Sep 10, 2014, 2:00 PM
1h 40m
AP3&4 (University of Surrey)

AP3&4

University of Surrey

Guildford, UK
Poster Presentation Applications in Particle Physics and Astrophysics Session 10: Posters 1 (Particle Physics, Pixel Detectors and Lifesciences)

Speaker

Svetlana Kushpil (Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Rep. (CZ))

Description

The position sensitive detectors operate in high intensity radiation field of the collider experiment [1]. Important task is to estimate the influence of different radiation effects on properties of the detector. We focus on the laboratory studies to estimate a reliability of different types of silicon detectors. We use the simple test structures produced by standard technology for the silicon detectors. We give the primary attention to the case when the depth of active detector region varies from 10 to 20um because it leads to the most significant influence of SiO2-Si interface on a processes in silicon bulk. We present the experimental results of long term irradiation test with Am241 (one year) of the slow charge transport inside the SiO2-pSi-iSi-nSiSiO2 structures. Some theoretical calculations are presented for MAPS, APS and position sensitive detectors with large active area - SSD, SDD. References: [1] Thomas Peitzmann (for the ALICE Collaboration), Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics, Vol. 38, No 17, (2011).

Primary authors

Svetlana Kushpil (Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Rep. (CZ)) Dr Vasilii Kushpil (NPI of ASCR Rez, Czech Republic) Mr Vasily Mikhaylov (NPI of ASCR Rez, Czech Republic)

Presentation materials

There are no materials yet.