Status of the BM@N STS module assembly

Oct 13, 2020, 5:00 PM
25m
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Oral report Section 3. Modern nuclear physics methods and technologies. Section 3. Modern nuclear physics methods and technologies

Speaker

Aleksei Sheremetev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))

Description

BM@N experiment at Nuсlotron in Dubna is currently being upgraded for the study of dense nuclear matter in heavy-ion collisions. One of the major upgrades is a new hybrid tracking system consisting of large-area Silicon Tracking System (STS) with fast data-driven readout to be installed in-front of seven GEM planes currently partially installed. The STS contains of four position-sensitive stations built of modules with double-sided microstrip silicon sensors which have been developed for the CBM experiment at FAIR. STS consumes 292 silicon modules the assembly of which is making a challenge. For this task a working group in VB LHEP JINR developed customized methods to be briefly reported along with the workflow description and first results.

Primary author

Aleksei Sheremetev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))

Co-authors

Yuri Murin (JINR) Cesar Ceballos Sanchez (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU)) Dmitrii Dementev (JINR)

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