- Kazuhiko Hara (University of Tsukuba)
- K.K. Gan (The Ohio State University)
Kazuyoshi Akiba (IF-UFRJ)
5/23/17, 2:00 PM
The Large Hadron Collider Beauty detector is a flavour physics detector, designed to detect decays of b- and c-hadrons for the study of CP violation and rare decays. At the end of Run-II, many of the LHCb measurements will remain statistically dominated. In order to increase the trigger yield for purely hadronic channels, the hardware trigger will be removed and the detector will operate at...
Dr Iain Haughton (The University of Manchester)
5/23/17, 2:18 PM
Advances in the laser assisted transformation of diamond into amorphous-carbon has enabled the production of a new type of particle detector - 3D diamond. When compared to conventional planar technologies, previous work has proven a 3D geometry to improve the radiation tolerance of detectors fabricated in silicon. This work demonstrates the same principle in diamond, with the aim of...
Chiara La Licata (for the BEAST II Collaboration)
5/23/17, 2:36 PM
The Belle II detector is currently under construction at the SuperKEKB electron-positron high-luminosity collider that will provide an instantaneous luminosity 40 times higher than that of KEKB. Therefore the Belle-II VerteX Detector (VXD) will operate in a very harsh environment. A radiation monitoring and beam abort system is needed to safely operate the VXD detector in these...