5-10 June 2016
Padova, Italy
Europe/Rome timezone

Conference Topics

RT2016 is an interdisciplinary conference on realtime data acquisition and computing applications in the physical sciences. These applications include

  • High energy physics
  • Nuclear physics
  • Astrophysics and astroparticle physics
  • Nuclear fusion
  • Medical physics
  • Space instrumentation
  • Nuclear power instrumentation
  • Realtime security and safety
  • General Radiation Instrumentation

 

Topics

Specific topics include (but are certainly not limited to) the list shown below. 

 

  • Emerging Technologies / Feedback on Experience

    ETFE

    Hardware, software, tools, and techniques / Lessons learned from successes and failures.

  • New Standards

    NS

    Standard such as ACTA/μTCA

  • Data Acquisition

    DAQ

    Readout data paths and system architectures as well as conceptual design for future instruments (machines and detectors)

  • Real Time Safety and Security

    RTSS

    For small and large instruments

  • Upgrades

    UP

    Improvement of existing large and small systems.

  • Control, Monitoring,Test and Real Time Diagnostics Systems

    CMTS

    For small and large instruments.

  • Trigger Systems

    TR

    As applied to the physical sciences.

  • Real Time System Architectures and Intelligent Signal Processing

    RTA

    Includes system architectures dealing with realtime data acquisition, extraction, compression, intelligent signal processing and storage applied to the physical sciences.

  • Fast Data Transfer Links and Networks

    FDTL

    Includes every data transfer protocol from local data transfer up to global fast networks with their associated hardware (routers, switches, etc.)

  • Front End Electronics and Fast Digitizers

    FEFD

    Ultra-fast ADCs, TDCs and Switched Capacitor Arrays in the GHz range and their applications.

  • Processing Farms

    PF

    Processing farms for high level trigger and online selection.

  • Real Time Simulation

    RTS

    Simulation of real time DAQ