TRENTO 2014 - Workshop on Advanced Silicon Radiation Detectors

Test beam characterization of Ultra-Thin hybrid pixel Timepix assemblies for CLIC Vertex R&D

  • Speaker: Mathieu Benoit (CERN)
  • Status: Accepted
  • Abstract: To meet its physics requirements, CLIC vertex detector requires an very low material budget (< 0.2% Xo) and timing accuracy of less than 10ns. To meet these requirements, CLIC detector and physics study has produce a set of of Ultra-Thin Planar Pixel sensors (50-100um) hybridized to the Timepix ASIC. We present here test beam characterization results, using EUDET Telescope and DESY electron beam, from Advacam 50um active-edge sensors hybridized to standard thickness Timepix ASIC and 100 um thin Micron semiconductor sensors hybridized to thinned 100 um Timepix ASIC by IZM.
  • Slides

-- ErikVanDerKraaij - 03 Feb 2014

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