WORKSHOP ON TIMING DETECTORS:
ELECTRONICS, MEDICAL AND PARTICLE PHYSICS APPLICATIONS,
NOVEMBER 29, 30, DECEMBER 1 2010
The workshop on timing detectors, electronics and medical and particle physics applications will take
place in Cracow, Academy of Arts and Sciences, on November 29, 30 and December
Ultra Fast timing at the picosecond level is becoming achievable with the new
technological development around Multichanel Plates Photodetectors devices.
However, there are many challenging issues at many levels. The aim of this
european workshop is to review the status of the various research and development
aspects of these developments and discuss the possible applications in a
multidisciplinary environment from fundamental Physics (LHC and Super LHC, B factories, neutrino experiments, ILC and
beyond) to medical applications.
This workshop follows the ones organised in Saclay (March 2007), Chicago
(March 2008), Clermont Ferrand (2009).
- Fast Timing and TOF
- News from photodetectors
- Electronics and readout
- Applications in particle physics and in medicine
The workshop will be locally organized by Cracow on November 29, 30 and December 1.
People are expected to book the hotel by themselves and a list of hotels
is provided on the web page.
The workshop fees will be about 120 Euros per participant to cover the coffeee
and the workshop dinner on Tuesday
evening, as well as the workshop tour in the salt mine
close to Cracow (this is part of the Unesco world heritage).
These fees have to be paid in cash upon arrival on Monday morning.
Mike Albrow (Fermilab)
Adeline Bail (CEA/DAM)
Dominique Breton (LAL, Orsay)
Karen Byrum (Argonne National Lab)
Chin-Tu Chen (University of Chicago)
Janusz Chwastowski (Cracow)
Eric Delagnes (IRFU, Saclay)
Jean-Francois Genat (University of Chicago)
Patrick Le Du (CEA-IRFU, IPNL)
Philippe Farthouat (CERN)
Henry Frisch (University of Chicago)
Paul Lecoq (CERN)
Bill Moses (Berkeley)
Krzysztof Piotrzkowski (Louvain)
Mariusz Przybycien (Cracow)
Michael Rijssenbeek (University of Stony Brook)
Stefan Ritt (Zurich)
Christophe Royon (CEA-IRFU, Saclay)
Achille Stocchi (LAL, Orsay)
Maxim Titov (IRFU, Saclay)
Jaroslav Va'vra (SLAC)
Gary Varner (Hawai)
This workshop is sponsored by the
Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, the Cracow University
of Technology and AGH University of Science and Technology.