(California Institute of Technology (US)), Jamie Antonelli
(The Ohio State University (US))
Future collider experiments will be required to deliver instantaneous luminosities well beyond 10^34 cm^-2s^-1 that the LHC is currently able to produce. Fast detector elements with the capability for precision time measurements at the 20ps level will be one of the important future technological enablers. I will discuss recent work in precision timing technologies developed in the context of the phase 2 upgrade of the CMS experiment, with particular emphasis on calorimetery. I will also discuss possible extensions of the R&D program in holistic precision timing systems that can lead to full exploitation of the extra dimension in time for particle physics.
Precision timing in CMS1h
(California Institute of Technology (US))