The development of Silicon beam tracker and beam profilometer at the BM@N experiment

Oct 13, 2020, 3:30 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

Ms Yulia Ivanova (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)

Description

The BM@N is a fixed target experiment for studies of baryonic matter at the Nuclotron (JINR, Dubna). According to upgrade plans for BM@N, vacuum beam pipe will be added into experimental setup. To determine the coordinates of incident “trigger ion” and to tune the beam, it is necessary to develop three coordinate stations of beam tracker and two coordinate stations of beam profilometer respectively. Each station of beam tracker or beam profilometer will be based on Double-sided Silicon Strip Detector (DSSD) with 175 μm thickness and following number of strips: 128x128 is for tracker and 32x32 – profilometer. Front-end electronics for these Silicon Detectors are based on the multichannel IDEAS (Integrated Detector Electronics AS, Norway) ASICs. Overview of developing system is presented.

Primary author

Ms Yulia Ivanova (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)

Co-authors

Mr Sergei Khabarov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) Mr Yury Kopylov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) Dr Yury Kovalev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) Ms Ekaterina Streletskaya (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) Mr Oleg Tarasov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) Mr Bogdan Topko (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) Dr Nikolay Zamyatin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) Mr Evgeniy Zubarev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)

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