The LHC experiments have adopted now diamond detectors as e.g. beam monitors, and there are new ideas to use 3D detectors made out of diamond to push the radiation hardness even further.
The UK has a long tradition in being leading in the field of 3D detectors (Silicon), synthetic diamond (manufactured by element six) and has various activities on diamond detectors.
The half day meeting is intended to bring together the UK groups interested in diamond detector research for HEP experiments and other applications (synchrotron beam monitoring, radiation therapy beam monitors), with experts in the 3D silicon field, and to discuss recent progress in the field of 3D diamond detectors.
Starts 26 Jun 2013 12:30
Ends 26 Jun 2013 18:00
Niels Bohr Common Room
The meeting will take place in the Schuster Building. For directions please see: http://www.physics.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/maps/
There is no registration fee. Snacks/sandwiches for lunch and tea/coffee will be provided. Participants are expected to cover their own travel and accomodation.
Please aim to arrive on 26th June at ~12.30 pm to have discussions over lunch prior to the start of the meeting.
Everybody interested is invited to participate. Please register via the link on the left before the 21st June.
We acknowledge the generous support of the IoP UK.