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2017/
2/27-3/4
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5/9-12
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5/22-26
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7/3-7
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Detector Award (In Japanese)




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KEK Annual Report 2015
“2015 at KEK: Annual Report” has been published. (December 5, 2016)

Detector Technology Project Office

Detector technologies are a key to the success of research carried out at KEK, from particle and nuclear physics projects to materials and life sciences. High-performance detector and sensor technologies developed for these projects can be applied to other areas of science, as well as for medical and industrial uses. Under the DTP Office’s authority, seven R&D projects are currently under way, with the respective missions as described below. 1) Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) pixel sensor, 2) Superconducting device detector (SCD), 3) Liquid noble gas Time projection chamber (LiqTPC), 4) Micropattern gas detector (MPGD), 5) Fast scintillation detector (FSCI), 6) Application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) development, and 7) CO2 cooling. Here, three selected topics are highlighted among a great number of excellent outcomes provided by the DTP in FY2015.


Fig. 2. Microscope image of the new GEM film. The laser-etched hole of 70 μm is clearly visible. Inset shows an oscilloscope trace observed for 5.9 keV X-rays.

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3.5 Advanced Accelerator Technologis /Detector Technology Project Office P30-31
 
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Our Projects

MPGD | PPD | SCD | SOI |
Liq.TPC Argon (in Japanese), Xenon |
ASIC (in Japanese)|
FSCI (in Japanese)|
CO2 cool'g system

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