Apr 7 – 9, 2014
Royal Holloway, University of London
Europe/London timezone
Institute of Physics 2014 Joint High Energy Particle Physics and Astro Particle Physics Groups Annual Meeting

3D Silicon and 3D Diamond detectors for future upgrades of LHC experiments

Apr 8, 2014, 4:15 PM
Room A (Windsor Building)

Room A

Windsor Building

contributed talk Detectors and Accelerators, Near and Far Future Parallel 2A


Iain Haughton (University of Manchester (GB))


I present an overview on the development of cutting edge 3D diamond and 3D silicon detectors for future upgrades of LHC experiments, with a focus on work done in Manchester. A 3D geometry and its beneficial effects on a detectors radiation tolerance, signal speed and power dissipation have been extensively studied in silicon. As such, 3D silicon is a proven technology; it is included in the current phase 0 upgrade of ATLAS, and is a serious candidate for innermost layer tracking detectors at the High Luminosity LHC. Following the success of silicon, we are applying the concept of a 3D geometry to other semiconductor materials, specifically diamond, in the hope of creating a super radiation tolerant detector.

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Iain Haughton (University of Manchester (GB))

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