4-8 August 2015
America/Detroit timezone

The Future (Near and Far) of Particle Detectors

8 Aug 2015, 09:00
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater (Michigan League)

Lydia Mendelssohn Theater

Michigan League

Plenary sessions Session I-E


Erik Ramberg (Fermilab)


The field of particle physics spans 24 orders of magnitude in energy – from axion masses to the highest energy cosmic rays. The species of particles we have to contend with – hadrons, leptons, bosons, neutrinos, dark matter, phonons, quasi-particles, etc. – are unique and equally challenging in nature. Because of this diversity, particle physics has traditionally been a hotbed of innovative detector research. This talk will cover some of the challenges facing us today in detector technology and overview some of the most interesting solutions to those challenges.
Oral or Poster Presentation Oral

Primary author

Erik Ramberg (Fermilab)

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