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  • Impact Article about SENSE 2018-09-21

    In the recent Impact journal on Applying Technology and Engineering you find an article...

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  • TESHEP summer school 2018-08-10

    Around 40 students participated in the 12th Trans-European School of High Energy Physics (TESHEP).The school took place in Poltava, Ukraine from July 13th to July 20th, 2018. TESHEP is mostly oriented to Master students, however several bachelor and also PhD students were present too. The core lecture program addresses Experimental Particle Physics, Standard Model and Beyond, Cosmology, Statistics and Instrumentation. The practical sessions on Instrumentation were organised and given by the...

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  • 5th International Workshop on New Photon-Detectors 2018-07-26

    The International Workshop on New Photon-Detectors PD18 will take place at the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan between Nov. 27th and 29th as the fifth edition in a PD workshop series. The workshop aims at discussing recent progress and development of photo-sensors including SiPM, APD, Hybrid-PMT, MCP-PMT and other new photo-sensors. Their applications to different fields such as particle physics, nuclear physics, cosmic-ray physics, astronomy and medical sciences and the instrumentations...

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  • FAST closing meeting 2018-07-26

    Over the last 4 years the FAST COST Action TD1401 established a multidisciplinary network that brings together European experts from academia and industry to ultimately achieve scintillator-based detectors with timing precision of better than 100ps, in particular to enable significant breakthroughs in diagnostic medicine and high luminosity particle physics. This September the closing meeting takes place in Athens from 26th to 28th. This 5th annual meeting of COST Action TD1401 will take place at...

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Low light-level sensors

Detection of light is one of the major, basic principles of measurements and diagnostics in science and many applications. Many applications require single photon detection in various energy domains. The LLL detection in the coming years has the promise of a technology revolution.

More LLL sensors

 

Abalone concept

Superconducting transition
edge sensors (TES)

Neganov-Luke light devices

Organic sensors

Consortium

The project consortium carries out all activities defined in the SENSE work programme, coordinates the R&D activities of the academic research groups and industry partners and is responsible for the implementation of the low-light level R&D roadmap.

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Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron

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Université de Genève

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Max-Planck-Gesellschaft

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Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

 

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