IMPORTANT NOTICE: due to an unpredictable date conflict with another event, the SNRI 2014 was moved from the original 3 Nov to 10 Nov.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The aim of the course is to enable INFN researchers and technologists to improve their awareness and knowledge on the present status, current limits and future developments in novel detection techniques and related aspects (simulation, signal acquisition, tracking, particle identification,...).
The course is structured as follows: morning sessions will be devoted to seminars given by worldwide recognized detector experts, whereas, in the afternoons, “hands-on” laboratory sessions will allow participants to test state-of-the-art detectors and techniques.
The Seminar is part of the INFN Educational Program for the INFN personnel; nevertheless a limited number of external auditors is welcome.
- Micropattern gas detectors (MPGD) - Rui De Oliveira, S. Dalla Torre
- Detectors for underwater experiments - G. Riccobene
- Neutron detectors - F. Sacchetti
- Triggerless electronics for high-luminosity accelerator experiments - U. Marconi
Applications of detectors and technologies in the energy field - M. Ripani
- Gamma ray sensors for radwaste monitoring
- Thermal neutron detectors
- Detectors for imaging and ion beam diagnostics
- Assembling and test of detectors for KM3NET
- Magnetic spectrometers