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Contribution abstract for the DPG Tagung 2017 (Münster) SciTil [message #20071] Wed, 14 December 2016 14:45
Ken Suzuki
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Dear colleagues,

we would like to submit two abstracts as the SciTil Group to the coming DPG Tagung 2017 (Münster)

One by me as a Gruppenbericht.
Another talk by Sebastian with a focus on hardware tests.

-Author list-
Ken Suzuki1,
Marius Chirita1,
Lukas Gruber1,
Dominik Steinschaden1,
Sebastian Zimmermann1,5,
Merlin Böhm2,
Albert Lehmann2,
Carsten Schwarz3,
Herbert Orth4,
Kai Brinkmann5 ,
Kamal Dutta6
Kushal Kalita6
for the PANDA-Collaboration
1SMI
2Erlangen
3GSI
4HIM
5Gießen
6Assam

-Abstract-
We describe the technical layout and the expected performance of the Barrel Time-of-Flight detector (Barrel TOF) for the P̅ANDA target spectrometer. The Barrel TOF detector has been designed to precisely measure the time at which a charged particle transits the detector with a resolution superior to the other sub-detectors. It will signal the topology of physics events, hence setting cornerstones for event classification. The implementation of the Barrel TOF is based on very fast organic scintillator tiles coupled to Silicon Photomultipliers, in total 2000 scintillators and 16k SiPMs will be used, covering 5 m2. The detector R&D is now in advanced stage and the technical design report is being reviewed by the collaboration.

As you'd know, the submission deadline is tomorrow. Please let us know if you have any comments, corrections, questions.
Sorry for this short notice.


Best regards,
Ken and Sebastian
 
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