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RD50 Theses

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2024-02-15
12:10
Characterisation of Silicon Detectors Using the Two Photon Absorption – Transient Current Technique / Pape, Sebastian
Modern high energy physics experiments have increasing demands on particle detectors in terms of their spatial and temporal resolution, as well as their ability to withstand higher radiation levels [...]
CERN-THESIS-2023-336 -


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2023-08-16
11:03
Transport of nonequilibrium charge carriers in irradiated silicon detectors at super fluid helium temperature / Shepelev, Artem
The system for the monitoring of the radiation field near electromagnets of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) consists of detectors registering protons that leave the acceleration trajectories [...]
CERN-THESIS-2023-124 - 117 p.


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2022-10-05
15:34
Design and characterisation of High-Voltage CMOS (HV-CMOS) detectors for particle physics experiments / Franks, Matthew Lewis
As particle searches and physics requirements in high energy particle physics experiments become more sophisticated, particle tracking detectors that are more precise, accurate, and resilient must be developed while remaining cost-effective [...]
CERN-THESIS-2022-144 - 236 p.


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2021-12-10
16:32
Development of a Two-Photon Absorption - TCT system and Study of Radiation Damage in Silicon Detectors / Wiehe, Moritz Oliver
CERN-THESIS-2021-225 -


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2018-11-27
15:05
Characterisation and Optimisation of Radiation-Tolerant Silicon Sensors with Intrinsic Gain / Otero Ugobono, Sofia
The research work of this PhD thesis is performed in the framework of the RD50 Collaboration, working on the development and characterisation of radiation tolerant silicon detectors for high luminosity colliders [...]
CERN-THESIS-2018-264 - 203 p.

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2018-08-25
06:58
Double-sided 3D silicon detectors for the high-luminosity LHC / Köhler, Michael
To extend the physics potential of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, a luminosity upgrade is planned [...]
207 p.


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2018-08-25
06:58
Irradiation of silicon particle detectors with MeV-protons / Väyrynen, Samuli
Silicon particle detectors are used in several applications and will clearly require better hardness against particle radiation in the future large scale experiments than can be provided today [...]
HU-P-D173. - 39 p.

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2018-08-25
06:58
Impact of Irradiations by Protons with different Energies on Silicon Sensors / Neubüser, Coralie
In the frame of the CMS tracker upgrade campaign the radiation damage of oxygen- rich n-type silicon pad diodes induced by 23 MeV and 23 GeV protons was investigated [...]
DESY-THESIS-2013-021. - 124 p.


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2016-03-18
13:05
Development of pixel detectors for the IBL and HL-LHC ATLAS experiment upgrade / Baselga Bacardit, Marta
This thesis presents the development of advanced silicon technology detectors fabricated at CNM-Barcelona for High Energy Physics (HEP) experiments [...]
CERN-THESIS-2016-017 - Madrid : TESEO, 2016-03-18. - 211 p.

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2013-09-20
13:50
Differential Top-Quark-Pair Cross Sections in pp Collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 7$~TeV with CMS and Charge Multiplication in Highly-Irradiated Silicon Sensors / Lange, Jörn Christian (Hamburg U.)
Modern particle-physics experiments like the ones at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are global and interdisciplinary endeavours comprising a variety of different fields. In this work, two different aspects are dealt with: on the one hand a top-quark physics analysis and on the other hand research and development towards radiation- hard silicon tracking detectors. [...]
CERN-THESIS-2013-132; CMS-TS-2013-043.- 2013 - 290 p. Fulltext: TS2013_043 - PDF; TS2013_043_2 - PDF;

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