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Research Progress of The Glass Scintillator

Aug 10, 2022, 9:30 AM
Oral report 粒子物理实验技术 Parallel Session III (5):Particle Detector Technology


Dr Yao Zhu (Harbin Engineering University) 华哲浩


The Circular Electron Positron Collider (CEPC) is a large international scientific facility proposed by the Chinese particle physics community. The proposal of silicon photomultiplier (SiPM) coupling with the glass scintillator as the detection unit HCAL is a new solution for the next generation calorimeter. In order to achieve the goal of high density and high light yield of the glasses. Glass Scintillators R&D; Group has prepared and researched a large number of scintillating glasses. Among them, the highest light yield can reach 1600 photons/MeV, and the best energy resolution is 19.64%@662keV.Further improvements in light yield and exploration of high-density glass systems are the next phase of the plan.


A large number of scintillation glasses were prepared and their scintillation properties were studied for HCAL of CEPC. The highest light yield of the glasses can reach 1600 photons/MeV. Glass Scintillators R&D Group will continue to improve the light yield and density of the scintillating glasses.

Primary authors

Dr Sen Qian (高能所) Dr Yao Zhu (Harbin Engineering University) 华哲浩


Dr Gao Tang (China Jiliang University) Dr Hua Cai (China building materials academy) Dr Jing Ren (Harbin Engineering University) Dr Shan Liu (Beijing Glass Research Institute) Dr Shuqing Zhang (Harbin Institute of Technology) Dr Xinyuan Sun (Jinggangshan University) Prof. 纪锋 韩 (四川大学)

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