5th International Conference on Micro-Pattern Gas Detectors (MPGD2017)

US/Eastern
Morgan Hall D301 (Temple University - Philadelphia)

Morgan Hall D301

Temple University - Philadelphia

Morgan Hall, 1398 Cecil B. Moore Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19122, USA
Bernd Surrow (Temple University) , Matt Posik
Description

We are pleased to announce MPGD 2017, the 5th International Conference on Micro-Pattern Gas Detectors, which will take place at Temple University in Philadelphia, from Monday, May 22nd to Friday, May 26th 2017. This conference is dedicated to review:

(a) MPGD detector technologies,

(b) Applications at future nuclear and particle physics facilites,

(c) MPGD production and commercialization and

(d) Related detector technologies (e.g. RPC's and TPC's). 

Modern photolithographic technology on flexible and standard PCB supports has allowed the invention and development of novel and very robust Micro-Pattern Gas Detectors (MPGD: such as GEM, Micromegas, THGEM and others). This technology offers the potential to develop new detectors with very high spatial resolution, high rate capability, large sensitive area, high operational stability, radiation hardness and good time resolution. In addition, the design of MPDGs is now mature for industrial production. Nowadays the progress is so advanced that the possibility to apply these technologies beyond nuclear and particle physics such as medical imaging, homeland security, beam monitors and neutron detection has become fully realistic.

The program will consist of invited and contributed talks for both oral and poster presentations. We strongly encourage the submission of abstracts. Postdocs and students are especially encouraged to attend the conference.

The conference will be followed by a meeting of the RD51 Collaboration, the world-wide community dedicated to the development and the dissemination of the MPGD technology and its application.

Participants
  • Alexander Kiselev
  • Amilkar Quintero
  • Andreas Mathis
  • Anusha Liyanage
  • Ashok Kumar
  • Atsuhiko Ochi
  • Bartosz Mindur
  • Bernd Surrow
  • Bob Azmoun
  • Carlos Eugenio Perez Lara
  • Cesar Augusto Rodriguez Suarez
  • Craig Woody
  • Damien Neyret
  • Danning Di
  • Dimitri Schaab
  • Edoardo Maria Farina
  • elke-caroline Aschenauer
  • Emilio Radicioni
  • Eraldo Oliveri
  • Esther Ferrer Ribas
  • Fabrizio Murtas
  • Florian Maximilian Brunbauer
  • Francisco Garcia
  • Fulvio Tessarotto
  • Fumiya Yamane
  • Gabriel Charles
  • George Iakovidis
  • Giulio Mezzadri
  • Haiyun Wang
  • Hans Taureg
  • Howard Fenker
  • Huirong Qi
  • Ioanis Giomataris
  • Javier Galan
  • Jens Erik Brücken
  • Jerome Samarati
  • Joao Filipe Calapez De Albuquerque Veloso
  • Jochen Kaminski
  • John Matter
  • Jonathan Ottnad
  • Jouni Heino
  • Klaus Dehmelt
  • Klaus Desch
  • Kondo Gnanvo
  • Makoto Kobayashi
  • Marco Cortesi
  • Marco Poli Lener
  • Marco Schioppa
  • Marcus Hohlmann
  • Maritza Delgado
  • Masakazu Atsumi
  • Matt Posik
  • Maxence Vandenbroucke
  • Maxim Titov
  • Megu Kubota
  • Michael Kohl
  • Michael Lupberger
  • Michela Greco
  • Nik Smirnov
  • Niveditha Ramasubramanian
  • Ourania Sidiropoulou
  • Patrik Thuiner
  • Paul Colas
  • philippe Legou
  • Philippe Legou
  • Piotr Gasik
  • Prakhar Garg
  • Purba Bhattacharya
  • Richard Majka
  • Rui De Oliveira
  • Sahara Jesmin Mohammed Prem Nazeer
  • Sebastian White
  • Sebastien Procureur
  • Shikma Bressler
  • Shivali Malhotra
  • Silvia Dalla Torre
  • Simon Bouteille
  • sonoe oda
  • Sourav Tarafdar
  • Stephan Aune
  • Supratik Mukhopadhyay
  • Takeshi Fujiwara
  • Tatsuo Kawamoto
  • Thomas K Hemmick
  • Timo Eero Hilden
  • Tomasz Andrzej Fiutowski
  • Toru Tamagawa
  • Victoria Greene
  • Viktor Ratza
  • Xinzhan Bai
  • Yi Zhou
  • yuanhui zhou
  • Yuki Mitsuya
  • Yukihiro Kato
  • Yumi Aoki
  • Zhiyong Zhang