<center>ANSiP-2011 </br> Advanced School and Workshop on Nuclear Physics Signal Processing </center>

Acireale (CT), Sicily, Italy

Acireale (CT), Sicily, Italy

<strong><font color="#ff0000" size="3">The worksop venue, Accademia degli Zelanti e dei Dafnici, is located at N°17 of Via Marchese di Sangiuliano. Click <a target="blank" href="http://maps.google.com/maps?daddr=Via+Marchese+di+Sangiuliano&hl=en&ll=37.613373,15.161701&spn=0.006136,0.01502&sll=37.61384,15.166583&sspn=0.012272,0.021865&geocode=FeXxPQIdS17nAA&vpsrc=6&dirflg=w&mra=mr&t=h&z=17">here</a> for a map. Hotel Maugeri is about 300 meters far. Click <a target="blank" href="http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Hotel+Maugeri,+Piazza+Giuseppe+Garibaldi,+Acireale,+Italy&daddr=Via+Marchese+di+Sangiuliano&hl=en&ll=37.615319,15.16441&spn=0.003068,0.005466&sll=37.614869,15.164035&sspn=0.003068,0.005466&geocode=Fcz7PQIdjGnnACGTBawmnr-8Tw%3BFeXxPQIdS17nAA&vpsrc=0&dirflg=w&mra=ls&t=h&z=18">here</a> for a map with directions. Also the suggested B&B's are at a walking distance from workshop venue. <br /> <a target="blank" href="http://agenda.infn.it/getFile.py/access?resId=17&materialId=0&confId=3616"><font color="#0000ff" size="3">Download a map with direction</font></a>.
We are glad to announce that the Advanced School and Workshop on Nuclear Physics Signal Processing, ANSiP-2011, will be held on November 21-24, 2011 in the Sicilian town of Acireale, close to Catania (Italy). The meeting is organized by the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN), Sezione di Catania and Laboratori Nazionali del Sud (LNS), the Dipartimento di Fisica ed Astronomia of the Università di Catania and the Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informazione, Politecnico di Milano. The ANSiP-2011 meeting will focus on signal processing and data acquisition for particle detectors in small to medium sized systems. The main topics that will be covered are: - Signal formation and processing in radiation detectors - Noise mechanisms, signal transport and control - Generic and integrated approaches to Front-end Electronics and Data Acquisition - Novel technologies and their applications - Solutions towards high dynamic range The meeting will be structured to cover introductory base concepts followed by cutting edge electronics contributions and open discussions on the topics outlined above. Due to the educational character of the meeting, participation by students, postdocs, technical staff and engineers is strongly encouraged. Submitted abstracts will be selected by the organizing committees for oral or poster presentations. A cocktail & poster session will be held on November 23rd. A final exam may be organized, on request, for PhD students attending the school. For more information see the 1st circular.
  • Abdou Chbihi
  • Aharon Ocherashvili
  • Alberto Pullia
  • Alejandro Martin Sanchez
  • Alessia Di Pietro
  • Alfonso Boiano
  • Alina Ivanova
  • Alvaro Hernández Prieto
  • Andrea Castoldi
  • Andreas Kugel
  • Angel Givechev
  • Angela Bracco
  • Angelo Pagano
  • Anna Culotta
  • Anna Maria Corsi
  • Antoine Drouart
  • Antonello Anzalone
  • Antonio Grimaldi
  • Antonio Insolia
  • Antonio Miccichè
  • Antonio Trifirò
  • Atsushi Taketani
  • Burkhard Kolb
  • Chiara Guazzoni
  • ciro boiano
  • Claudio Calì
  • Concetta Parascandolo
  • Concetta SUTERA
  • Cristina Pugliatti
  • Cruz de Jesus Garcia Chavez
  • Dario Nicolosi
  • David Cruz
  • Diego Barrientos
  • Dimitra Pierroutsakou
  • Domenico Lo Presti
  • Domenico Sciliberto
  • Domenico Torresi
  • Elizabeth Padilla-Rodal
  • Emanuele Leonora
  • Emanuele Morgana
  • emanuele vincenzo pagano
  • Emmanuel Pollacco
  • Enrico De Filippo
  • Enrico Farnea
  • Eric Delagnes
  • Fernando Carrió
  • Filippo Fichera
  • Francesca Amorini
  • Francesca Rizzo
  • Francesco cappuzzello
  • Francesco Librizzi
  • Francesco Porto
  • Gaetano Lanzalone
  • Gaspare Saccà
  • Gennaro Tortone
  • George Engel
  • George Pascovici
  • Giacomo Cuttone
  • Giacomo Poggi
  • Gianluigi De Geronimo
  • Gilles WITTWER
  • giuseppe cardella
  • giuseppe politi
  • Giuseppe Verde
  • Giuseppe Vito Montemurro
  • Hidetada Baba
  • Ian Lazarus
  • Ivano Lombardo
  • jean pierre wieleczko
  • Jose Duenas
  • Joshy M. Jose
  • Kenta Yoshinaga
  • Laci Andricek
  • Laith Al-Sabha
  • Laura Francalanza
  • Laurent AUDIRAC
  • lee Sobotka
  • Lucrezia Auditore
  • Luis Acosta
  • Maciek Borysiuk
  • majekodunmi olalekan saheed
  • Manuel Joaquín Márquez García
  • Manuel Sanchez Raya
  • Manuela Cavallaro
  • Marco Locatelli
  • Mario Buscemi
  • Marzio De Napoli
  • Matthew McCleskey
  • Matthias Drochner
  • Maurizio D'Andrea
  • Md Tofiz Uddin
  • Michael Krieger
  • Michael Traeger
  • Mingjie Wang
  • Mohammad Ayaz Ahmad
  • Mohammad Nakhostin
  • Mojca Miklavec
  • Nunzio Giudice
  • Oliver Schulz
  • Paolo Russotto
  • Pavel Degtiarenko
  • Philippe VALLERAND
  • pierpaolo Figuera
  • Pietro Litrico
  • Pietro Zambon
  • Rajen Sud
  • Rajen Sud
  • Reza Haghshenas
  • Roberto Bassini
  • Rosaria Grasso
  • Sara Pirrone
  • Sebastiana Gianì
  • seyed ali rahimi
  • Simone Santoro
  • Stefania Tropea
  • Tadaaki Isobe
  • Tomasz Abraham
  • Triestino Minniti
  • Trimarchi Marina
  • Valentina Scuderi
  • Wojtek Skulski
  • xavier grave
    • 09:30 10:00
      • 09:30
        Welcome address by Political Authorities 10m
      • 09:40
        Origini e missione dell’Accademia dei Zelanti e dei Dafnici 10m
        Speaker: G. Contarino
      • 09:50
        Welcome address by A. Pagano (INFN, Sezione di Catania), G. Cuttone (INFN-LNS) and A. Insolia (University of Catania, Department of Physics) 10m
    • 10:00 13:00
      Physics and Instrumentation; Front-End Electronics; Signal Formation in Radiation Detector and Noise Mechanism; Preamplifiers I
      • 10:00
        Overview on the physics perspectives in the future european laboratories 35m
        Speaker: A. Bracco
      • 10:35
        Instrumentation needs 35m
        Speaker: E Pollacco
      • 11:10
        Coffee Break 30m
      • 11:40
        Signal Formation in radiation Detectors: Ramo's theorem and its application in practical cases 40m
        Speaker: A. Castoldi
      • 12:20
        Noise mechanisms in electronic devices: physical origin and circuit model 40m
        Speaker: C. Guazzoni
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:30 18:20
      Physics and Instrumentation; Front-End Electronics; Signal Formation in Radiation Detector and Noise Mechanism; Preamplifiers II
      • 14:30
        Front-end design in CMOS for high resolution detectors 45m
        Speaker: G. De Geronimo
      • 15:15
        Front-end electronics solutions for large arrays of segmented detectors 30m
        Speaker: G. Pascovici
      • 15:45
        Statistical Suppression of Sign-Symmetric Noise in Spectroscopy Measurements 20m
        Speaker: P. Degtiarenko
      • 16:05
        Coffee Break 25m
      • 16:30
        Cutting-edge circuit technology able to boost the dynamic range of CMOS charge-sensitive preamplifiers far beyond their saturation limit 30m
        Speaker: A. Pullia
      • 17:00
        <Floating Point> Charge Sensitive Amplifier, a large dynamic range energy measurement chip for the focal plane of the Super Separator Spectrometer of the SPIRAL2 project 20m
        Speaker: P. Vallerand
      • 17:20
        Development of the Time Projection Chamber readout for heavy RI collision experiment 20m
        Speaker: T. Isobe
      • 17:40
        Open discussion 40m
    • 09:00 12:55
      From the Analog World to the Digital Domain; Case Study in Nuclear Physics: Silicon and Scintillators Detectors for Charged Particles I
      • 09:00
        Signal processing techniques for the extraction of physical observables in presence of different noise sources 30m
        Speaker: C. Guazzoni
      • 09:30
        Reflections on two ASIC development projects for nuclear physics 45m
        Speaker: L. Sobotka & E.Pollacco
      • 10:15
        Two CMOS Solutions for Two Different Signal Processing Problems 25m
        Speaker: G. Engel
      • 10:40
        Coffee Break 30m
      • 11:10
        Analogue memories for particle physics detectors 40m
        Speaker: E. Delagnes
      • 11:50
        Introduction to FPGAs 45m
        Speaker: A. Kugel
      • 12:35
        Wide Dynamic range readout preamplifier for Silicon Strip Sensor 20m
        Speaker: A. Taketani
    • 12:55 14:30
      Lunch 1h 35m
    • 14:30 18:30
      From the Analog World to the Digital Domain; Case Study in Nuclear Physics: Silicon and Scintillators Detectors for Charged Particles II
      • 14:30
        Case study in nuclear physics: the FAZIA project 45m
        Speaker: G. Poggi
      • 15:15
        Proton and deuterium identification by means of PSA at energies below 1 MeV 20m
        Speaker: J. Duenas
      • 15:35
        Digital Pulse Processing for Physics Applications 25m
        Speaker: M. Locatelli
      • 16:00
        Coffee Break 30m
      • 16:30
        A Case Study: Design of a CMOS ASIC For Pulse Shape Discrimination 30m
        Speaker: G. Engel
      • 17:00
        SPADIC –Self triggered Pulse Amplification and Digitization ASIC 20m
        Speaker: M. Krieger
      • 17:20
        Round table on International Networking 1h 10m
    • 09:00 10:00
      Poster session I
    • 10:00 13:00
      Social visit
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch and Poster session II
    • 14:30 17:20
      Data Reduction and Trigger Strategies; Case Study in Nuclear Physics: Gamma Ray Detectors
      • 14:30
        The AGATA Demonstrator Array at LNL 40m
        Speaker: E. Farnea
      • 15:10
        System design for nuclear structure experiments: online data reduction and distributed systems 40m
        Speaker: H. Simon
      • 15:50
        Coffee Break 20m
      • 16:10
        Triggering Philosophies for Large Nuclear Physics Experiments 45m
        Speaker: I. Lazarus
      • 16:55
        Off-line event building 25m
        Speaker: H. Baba
    • 09:00 13:00
      Slow Control Systems; DAQ; Interconnections; Case Study in Nuclear Physics: Spectrometers, Gas Detectors I
      • 09:00
        General electronics for TPC (GET), an architecture based on the μTCA standard...with a short introduction to μTCA for physics 35m
        Speaker: G. Wittwer
      • 09:35
        Controls 45m
        Speaker: B. Kolb
      • 10:20
        Data acquisition systems (DAQ) <essentials> 45m
        Speaker: E. De Filippo
      • 11:05
        Coffee Break 25m
      • 11:30
        Narval: a generic framework to develop Data Acquisition Systems 35m
        Speaker: X. Grave
      • 12:40
        Measure of the DSSSD efficiency 20m
        Speaker: D. Torresi
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:30 17:40
      Slow Control Systems; DAQ; Interconnections; Case Study in Nuclear Physics: Spectrometers, Gas Detectors II
      • 14:30
        Cases for nuclear physics: the S3 instrumentation and comparison to the AIDA project 45m
        Speaker: A. Drouart & I. Lazarus
      • 15:15
        Present situation in GEM and Micromegas detectors / structure and production upgrades 45m
        Speaker: R. De Oliveira
      • 16:00
        Coffee Break 25m
      • 16:25
        Selex Elsag Satellite Solutions 45m
        Speaker: R. Russo
      • 17:10
        “Conclusive remarks” and open discussion 30m
        Speaker: L. Sobotka
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