18-22 October 2010
INFN - Sezione di Trieste
Europe/Rome timezone


Signal formation in detectors

19 Oct 2010, 09:00
INFN - Sezione di Trieste

INFN - Sezione di Trieste

Padriciano 99 I - 34149 Trieste


Signal formation in detectors

The lectures will cover the basic principles of particle detection as
well as examples of modern particle detection techniques. After
reviewing some of the history of the field, the physical principles of
interaction of particles with matter and the related signal creation in
particle detectors are discussed. These principles will be illustrated
by existing detector systems including first performance results of the
LHC detectors.

Curriculum Vitae Dr. Werner Riegler

1994-1997: Doctoral Student at CERN in the ATLAS Muon group, Development
of the Muon Tracking Chambers
1997-2000: Post Doc. At Harvard University, Development of Readout
Electronics for the ATLAS Muon System, CDF Experiment
2000-2004: Staff member at CERN in the LHCb muon group, Development of
LHCb Muon Trigger Chambers and Frontend Electronics
2004-2008: Staff Member at CERN in the ALICE Technical Coordination
Group, responsible for installation of the Experiment.
Since August 2009, Technical coordinator of the ALICE experiment.

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