WIT2010 Workshop on Intelligent Trackers

from Wednesday, February 3, 2010 (8:30 AM) to Friday, February 5, 2010 (6:30 PM)
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (Perseverance Hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Feb 3, 2010
Feb 4, 2010
Feb 5, 2010
AM
8:30 AM
Applications of intelligent detectors I (until 12:30 PM) (Perseverance Hall)
8:30 AM Welcome - Jim Siegrist (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL))   (Perseverance Hall)
8:45 AM Announcements   (Perseverance Hall)
Slides
9:00 AM Guessing the geometric features of a particle trajectory in a magnetic field by measuring one point and its tangent. - Prof. Giuliano Parrini (University and INFN Florence, Italy)   (Perseverance Hall)
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9:30 AM Concepts and validations of a pT based tracker trigger using single and double sensors strip modules using CMS data - Dr Fabrizio Palla (INFN Pisa, Italy)   (Perseverance Hall)
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10:00 AM Intelligent Trackers as L1 Trigger providers for the SLHC - Marcello Mannelli (CERN)   (Perseverance Hall)
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10:30 AM --- coffee ---
11:00 AM A First Level Track Trigger for ATLAS at Super-LHC - Mr Sebastian Schmitt (Physikalisches Institut Heidelberg)   (Perseverance Hall)
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11:30 AM Triggering performance of stacked pixel layers for the SLHC CMS tracker - Mark Pesaresi (Imperial College London)   (Perseverance Hall)
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11:55 AM Discussion   (Perseverance Hall)
8:30 AM
Development of specific components, for example low mass interposers (until 9:45 AM) (Perseverance Hall)
announcement
8:30 AM Development of Interconnect Technologies for HEP Applications - Mani Tripathi (Department of Physics-University of California (UCD)-Unknown)   (Perseverance Hall)
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8:55 AM Development of Silicon Interposers - Prof. James Alexander (Cornell University)   (Perseverance Hall)
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9:20 AM A Silicon and Carbon Foam Low Mass Interposer - Maurice Garcia-Sciveres (LBNL)   (Perseverance Hall)
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9:45 AM --- Coffee and discussion ---
10:15 AM
Coupled layer and monolithic architectures II (until 12:15 PM) (Perseverance Hall)
10:15 AM Architecture of a module with transverse momentum discrimination for the CMS Tracker Upgrade - Mr Alessandro Marchioro (CERN)   (Perseverance Hall)
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10:45 AM VECTORS AND SUBMICRON PRECISION: REDUNDANCY AND 3D STACKING IN SILICON PIXEL DETECTORS - Dr Erik Heijne (CERN)   (Perseverance Hall)
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11:15 AM A high efficiency readout architecture for a large matrix of pixels. - Dr Filippo Maria Giorgi (INFN & University of Bologna)   (Perseverance Hall)
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11:40 AM Discussion   (Perseverance Hall)
8:30 AM
High speed communication (until 11:45 AM) (50 Auditorium)
8:30 AM Architecture of a Level 1 Track Trigger for the CMS Experiment - Prof. Ulrich Heintz (Brown University) Ulrich Heintz (Unknown)   (50 Auditorium)
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9:00 AM FF-LYNX: protocol and interfaces for the control and readout of future silicon detectors - Guido Magazzu (INFN - Section of Pisa / UCSB - Department of Physics)   (50 Auditorium)
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9:30 AM Wireless data transfer at 60 GHz - Dr Richard Brenner (University of Uppsala)   (50 Auditorium)
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10:00 AM --- coffee ---
10:30 AM New Optical Technology for Low Mass Intelligent Trigger and Readout - David Underwood (Argonne National Laboratory (ANL))   (50 Auditorium)
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10:55 AM Ultra low power consumption 10.7 Gb/s transmission over 2 km single mode fiber optics link - Dr Davide Janner (ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain)   (50 Auditorium)
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11:15 AM Discussion   (50 Auditorium)
11:45 AM --- Lunch ---
PM
12:30 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Applications of intelligent detectors II (until 3:40 PM) (Perseverance Hall)
2:00 PM I-ImaS: Intelligent Imaging Sensor - application to intelligent X-ray imaging - Dr Jennifer Griffiths (University College London)   (Perseverance Hall)
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2:25 PM Pixel Imaging Mass Spectrometry with fast pixel detectors - Dr Andrei Nomerotski (University of Oxford)   (Perseverance Hall)
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2:50 PM Data Compression and LVL1 track triggering by means of Digital Signal Processing in GridPix/Gossip FE pixel chips - Harry Van Der Graaf (Nikhef)   (Perseverance Hall)
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3:15 PM Track finding with radially pointing scintillating fibers - Prof. David Stuart (Univ. California, Santa Barbara)   (Perseverance Hall)
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3:40 PM --- Coffee and discussion ---
4:15 PM
Coupled layer and monolithic architectures I (until 6:15 PM) (Perseverance Hall)
4:15 PM Design and development of a micro-strip stacked module prototype to measure flying particles direction - Dr Alberto Messineo (Università degli studi di Pisa)   (Perseverance Hall)
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4:45 PM 2-D PT module concept for the sLHC CMS tracker - Geoff Hall (Imperial College London)   (Perseverance Hall)
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5:15 PM System Concepts for Doublet Tracking Layers - Dr Carl Haber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL))   (Perseverance Hall)
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5:40 PM Discussion   (Perseverance Hall)
12:15 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Electronic circuits (3D and conventional) (until 5:20 PM) (Perseverance Hall)
2:00 PM Application of Vertically Integrated Electronics to Intelligent Trackers - Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (Fermilab))   (Perseverance Hall)
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2:30 PM Fast Readout Logic Interfacing a 256-Pixel Matrix of a Dual-Layer 3D Device - Alessandro Gabrielli (INFN Bologna and Physics Department)   (Perseverance Hall)
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3:00 PM Present and future inter pixel communication architectures in Timepix/Medipix derived read out chips - Mr Xavier Llopart Cudie (CERN)   (Perseverance Hall)
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3:30 PM Towards a high performance vertex detector based on 3D integration of Deep N-Well MAPS - Valerio Re (INFN)   (Perseverance Hall)
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3:55 PM --- Coffee and discussion ---
7:30 PM --- Workshop banquet ---
1:00 PM
System integration (until 3:10 PM) (50 Auditorium)
1:00 PM The design of stable, low-mass support and cooling structures - Dr William Cooper (Fermilab)   (50 Auditorium)
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1:25 PM DC-DC Conversion Powering Schemes for the CMS Tracker at Super-LHC - Dr Katja Klein (I. Physikalisches Institut (B), RWTH Aachen)   (50 Auditorium)
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1:50 PM Light prototype support using microchannel technology as high efficiency system for silicon pixel detector cooling . - Mr filippo bosi (INFN Pisa)   (50 Auditorium)
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2:10 PM Discussion   (50 Auditorium)
2:40 PM Proceedings and Adjourn   (50 Auditorium)
3:45 PM
Tours of LBNL facilities (until 5:00 PM) (Various locations)