Proceedings of the Workshop of the INFN ELOISATRON Project: Innovative Detectors for Supercolliders, Erice, Italy, 28 Sept - 4 Oct 2003

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Eugenio Nappi, Jacques Seguinot
World Scientific, 2004 - Mathematics - 468 pages
The possible upgrade of LHC or a future generation of colliders at the extreme limits of energy and luminosity will require detectors based on very advanced technological solutions to fully exploit the physics opportunities offered. Major steps must be taken to design and realize devices that are able not only to handle very high rates but also to cope with the very harsh radiation environment without suffering any performance degradation.This book reviews the present status, current limits and recent developments in detection techniques and related aspects (simulation, signal acquisition, tracking, particle identification, etc.). Novel ideas in this domain are discussed with emphasis on the directions in which improvements in proven techniques are desired.The proceedings have been selected for coverage in: OCo Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings- (ISTP- / ISI Proceedings)OCo Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings (ISTP CDROM version / ISI Proceedings)OCo CC Proceedings OCo Engineering & Physical Sciences"
 

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Contents

The Farthest Energy Frontier
3
Magnetic Field Geometries
31
Developments in Electronics and Packaging for Future Pixel
44
N Ellis CERN
70
Precision Inner Tracking Systems at Future High Luminosity
87
New Trends in Semiconductor Detectors
107
Development of Semiconductor Detectors for Very Harsh Radiation
129
Development of Gas Detectors for High Luminosity Colliders
147
Hadron Blind RICH Detectors
252
Muon Detection at the Very Large Hadron Collider
269
Aerogel as Radiator of RICH Detectors
304
A TimeOfFlight Array Based on the Multigap Resistive Plate Chamber
318
Notes about straggling Landau Functions
333
Hadron Calorimeters for Future Hadron Colliders
362
Current Status and Future Prospects of Inorganic Scintillator Research
378
HPD and MAPMT Segmented Photon Detectors for HEP and Beyond
407

System Aspects of Gaseous Tracking Detectors
180
Radiation Damage and Long Term Ageing in Gas Detectors
199
New Developments and Outlooks
229
Advances in Avalanche Photodiodes
427
Possibilities and Limitations
442
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