- Christian BOHM (Stockholm U./PC)
Dr Rikutaro Yoshida (JLAB)
5/22/17, 11:20 AM
Several plans for Electron-Ion Colliders (EIC) have been advanced around the world. In the US, the Nuclear Physics community, in its long range plan, has endorsed a US based EIC as its highest priority new construction after FRIB completion; R&D funds both for the accelerator and the detector are becoming available. I will discuss the considerations for an EIC detector and how they differ from...
Prof. Chin-Tu Chen (Chicago Univ.)
5/22/17, 11:50 AM
Medical physics, particle physics, astrophysics, and other major branches of physics share a very broad technology common platform in their research and development of the respective instrumentation in these fields. Medical imaging often benefits greatly from advances made in particle physics, especially in the area of radiation detection technologies. For example, silicon photomultiplier...