22-28 July 2010
Palais des Congrès de Paris
Europe/Paris timezone

Development of ultra-light pixelated systems based on CMOS sensors for future high precision vertex detectors

24 Jul 2010, 16:35
15m
Salle 252A ()

Salle 252A

Parallel Session Talk 13 - Advances in Instrumentation and Computing for HEP 13 - Advances in Instrumentation and Computing for HEP

Speaker

Marc Winter (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien)

Description

CMOS pixel sensors have demonstrated attractive performances in terms of spatial resolution and material budget. The recent emergence of high resistivity substrates in mass production CMOS processes has originated particularly high signal-to-noise ratios and improved the non-ionising radiation tolerance to fluences close to 10^14 Neq/cm^2. These achievements, obtained with MIMOSA sensors developed at IPHC (Strasbourg) and IRFU (Saclay) will be overviewed and put in perspective of the numerous applications of the sensors. These include collider experiments at RHIC, LHC, ILC and CLIC. The development of ultra-light ladders composed of these sensors and featuring 0.1% to 0.3% of radiation length, will be summarised. The contribution to the conference will also address the evolution of these pixelated systems, including on-going R&D on multi-tier sensors exploiting vertical integration technologies.

Primary author

Marc Winter (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien)

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