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2nd Industrial event

Europe/Zurich
London (Strasbourg)

London

Strasbourg

Description
2nd FAST Industrial day during IEEE conference: - Workshop on the Technology Frontier for Single Photon Detection and Advanced Scintillator Timing http://2016.nss-mic.org/workshops.php 1st session: Challenges and Demands on fast and large area Photon Detection Devices: the point of industrials: http://www.nss-mic.org/2016/program/ListProgramDB.asp?session=SP1 2nd session: Performance Measurements of new Single Photon Detection Devices: http://www.nss-mic.org/2016/program/ListProgramDB.asp?session=SP2 3rd session: Large area photodetectors http://www.nss-mic.org/2016/program/ListProgramDB.asp?session=SP3 4th session: Projects Perspectives for Young Researchers presentation of Action TD1401 ESR members http://www.nss-mic.org/2016/program/ListProgramDB.asp?session=SP4
    • 1
      Fast Timing with Scintillators: Towards 10ps Coincidence Time Resolution for Pet?
      Speaker: Paul Rene Michel Lecoq
    • 2
      Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM) for Timing and Scintillation Applications
      Speaker: John Murphy (Sense)
    • 3
      Introduction of KETEK’s latest SiPM generation and Evaluation Kits
      Speaker: Werner Hartinger (Ketek)
    • 4
      New Silicon Photomultiplier Technologies and Time-Resolution Measurements Techniques
      Speaker: F Acerbi (FBK)
    • 5
      Fast Advanced Scintillator Timing - Overview of the Working Group Photodetectors
      Speakers: Edoardo Charbon (TU Delft), Prof. Edoardo Charbon (EPFL)
    • 6
      Progress in Development of a Solar-Blind Photosensor for Readout of the Fast Scintillation Component of Barium Fluoride
      Speaker: David Hitlin
    • 10:50 AM
      coffee break
    • 7
      Influence of SiPM Single Photon Timing Resolution on Coincidence Timing Resolution with Fast Scintillator
      Speaker: D. Philipov (National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”, Moscow, Russian Federation)
    • 8
      Active SiPM– Fast Analogue CMOS SiPM Prototypes with Integrated Amplifiers
      Speaker: Elena Popova (National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (RU))
    • 9
      Precise Metrology of SiPM: Measurement and Reconstruction of Time Distributions of Single Photon Detections and Correlated Events
      Speaker: Dr Sergey Vinogradov (Lebedev Physical Institute)
    • 10
      3D Digital SiPM for Precise Single Photon Timing Resolution
      Speaker: Jean-Francois Pratte
    • 11
      Radiation Damage Studies of SiPMs at Low Temperatures
      Speaker: Thomas Tsang (B)
    • 12
      Single Photon Detection by Gaseous Counters: Status and Perspectives
      Speaker: Dalla Torre, S. UNKNOWN (INFN Trieste)
    • 13
      Development of Cherenkov Detectors for PET
      Speaker: Viatcheslav Sharyy (CEA-Saclay, France)
    • 1:40 PM
      Lunch break
    • 14
      SENSE - a roadmap for the ideal low light level sensor development
      Speaker: Andrii Nagai (Universite de Geneve (CH))
    • 15
      Understanding SiPM Instrumentation and Why SiPMs May Not Replace PMTs
      Speakers: Lorenzo Fabris (Universita e INFN (IT)), Lorenzo Fabris (U)
    • 16
      Large Area VUV-Sensitive MPPCs for Liquid Xenon Detector in MEG II Experiment
      Speaker: Shinji Ogawa (University of Tokyo (JP))
    • 17
      Silicon Photomultipliers in Astroparticle Experiments
      Speaker: N. Otte (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA)
    • 18
      The DarkSide Photodetection Program
      Speaker: G. Paternoster (FBK, Trento, Italy)
    • 19
      Large Area Low Power Photodetector Based on 3D Digital SiPM
      Speaker: Prof. Serge Charlebois (Université de Sherbrooke)
    • 4:00 PM
      coffee break
    • 20
      Detector approaches for Limited Angle Tomography PETs
      Speaker: Dr Albert Aguilar
    • 21
      Improvements in Data-Driven respiratory signal extraction with the use of TOF-PET data
      Speaker: O. Bertolli (University College London, London, UK)
    • 22
      BGO as a Hybrid Scintillator / Cherenkov radiator for Cost-Effective Time-of-Flight PET
      Speaker: Dr Stefan Brunner (TU Delft)
    • 23
      Benefits of ultrafast continuous TOF reconstruction
      Speaker: N Efthimiou (University of Athens)
    • 24
      Coincidence time resolution measurements with various SiPMs and scintillators for PET applications
      Speaker: Stefan Gundacker (CERN)
    • 25
      Benefits of TOF in dynamic PET imaging
      Speaker: F. A. Kotasidis (University of Geneva)
    • 26
      Time of flight PET image reconstruction and its importance in PET-MRI
      Speaker: A. Mehranian (King College, London)
    • 27
      Jagiellonian Positron Emission Tomograph - TOF-PET based on Plastic Scintillators
      Speaker: L. Raczynski (National Centre for Nuclear Research, Warsaw, Poland)
    • 28
      Scintillators and new ways to fast emission
      Speaker: Rosana Martinez Turtos (Universita & INFN, Milano-Bicocca (IT))
    • 29
      Time of Flight and Joint Reconstruction in PET
      Speaker: A. Rezaei (KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium)