28 September 2015 to 2 October 2015
Lisbon
Europe/Zurich timezone

Results from longevity studies of the on-detector readout of the CMS Electromagnetic calorimeter

30 Sep 2015, 17:27
1m
Hall of Civil Engineering (Lisbon)

Hall of Civil Engineering

Lisbon

IST (Instituto Superior Técnico ) Alameda Campus Av. Rovisco Pais, 1 1049-001 Lisboa Portugal
Poster Radiation Poster

Speaker

Michael Planer (University of Notre Dame (US))

Description

The on-detector readout installed in the CMS Electromagnetic Calorimeter (ECAL) has been tested to resist the radiation environment expected for ten years of LHC operation. The Phase II upgrade programme of CMS foresees additional LHC operation at higher luminosities until about 2035. Qualification of the on-detector readout for this longer running time, for the existing electronics and for those elements that will be replaced prior to Phase II, is required. Accelerated ageing tests of the present electronics have been performed to achieve a total estimated lifetime of 40 years. These new results will be summarized in this presentation.

Summary

The on-detector readout installed in the CMS Electromagnetic Calorimeter (ECAL) has been tested to resist the radiation environment expected for ten years of LHC operation. The Phase II upgrade programme of CMS foresees additional LHC operation at higher luminosities until about 2035. Qualification of the on-detector readout for this longer running time, for the existing electronics and for those elements that will be replaced prior to Phase II, is required. Accelerated ageing tests of the present electronics have been performed to achieve a total estimated lifetime of 40 years. These new results will be summarized in this presentation.

Primary author

Michael Planer (University of Notre Dame (US))

Presentation Materials