Results on radiation tolerance of diamond detectors

N. Venturi 1 A. Alexopoulos 1 M. Artuso 2 F. Bachmair 3 L. Bäni 3 M. Bartosik 1 J. Beacham 4 H. Beck 5 V. Bellini 6 V. Belyaev 7 B. Bentele 8 P. Bergonzo 9 A. Bès 10 M. Brom 11 M. Bruzzi 12 G. Chiodini 13 D. Chren 14 V. Cindro 15 G. Claus 16 J. Collot 10 J. Cumalat 8 A. Dabrowski 1 R. D’alessandro 12 D. Dauvergne 10 W. de Boer 17 C. Dorfer 3 M. Dünser 18 V. Eremin 19 G. Forcolin 20 J. Forneris 21 L. Gallin-Martel 10 M.L. Gallin-Martel 10 K. Gan 4 M. Gastal 1 C. Giroletti 22 M. Goffe 16 J. Goldstein 22 A. Golubev 11 A. Gorišek 15 E. Grigoriev 11 J. Grosse-Knetter 23 A. Grummer 24 B. Gui 4 M. Guthoff 1 I. Haughton 20 B. Hiti 15 D. Hits 3 M. Hoeferkamp 24 T. Hofmann 1 J. Hosslet 25 J. Hostachy 10 F. Hügging 26 C. Hutton 22 J. Janssen 27 H. Kagan 4 K. Kanxheri 28 G. Kasieczka 3 R. Kass 4 F. Kassel 17 M. Kis 29 G. Kramberger 15 S. Kuleshov 11 A. Lacoste 10 S. Lagomarsino 12 A. Lo Giudice 21 E. Lukosi 30 C. Maazouzi 25 I. Mandic 15 C. Mathieu 25 M. Menichelli 28 M. Mikuž 15 A. Morozzi 28 J. Moss 31 R. Mountain 2 S. Murphy 20 M. Muškinja 15 A. Oh 20 P. Olivero 21 D. Passeri 28 H. Pernegger 1 R. Perrino 13 F. Picollo 21 M. Pomorski 32 R. Potenza 6 A. Quadt 23 A. Re 21 M. Reichmann 3 G. Riley 30 S. Roe 1 D. Sanz 3 M. Scaringella 12 D. Schaefer 1 C. Schmidt 29 S. Smith 4 S. Schnetzer 33 S. Sciortino 12 A. Scorzoni 28 S. Seidel 24 L. Servoli 28 B. Sopko 14 V. Sopko 14 S. Spagnolo 13 S. Spanier 34 K. Stenson 8 R. Stone 33 C. Sutera 6 A. Taylor 35 B. Tannenwald 4 M. Traeger 36 D. Tromson 32 W. Trischuk 37 C. Tuve 6 J. Velthuis 22 E. Vittone 21 S. Wagner 8 R. Wallny 3 C. Wang 2 J. Weingarten 38 C. Weiss 1 T. Wengler 1 N. Wermes 27 M. Yamouni 10 M. Zavrtanik 15
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Abstract : In sight of the luminosity increase of the High Luminosity-LHC (HL-LHC), most experiments at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are planning upgrades for their innermost layers in the next 5–10 years. These upgrades will require more radiation tolerant technologies than exist today. Usage of Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) diamond as detector material is one of the potentially interesting technologies for the upgrade. CVD diamond has been used extensively in the beam condition monitors of BaBar, Belle, CDF and all LHC experiments. Measurements of the radiation tolerance of the highest quality polycrystalline CVD material for a range of proton energies, pions and neutrons obtained with this material are presented. In addition, new results on the evolution of various semiconductor parameters as a function of the dose rate are described.
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N. Venturi, A. Alexopoulos, M. Artuso, F. Bachmair, L. Bäni, et al.. Results on radiation tolerance of diamond detectors. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, Elsevier, 2019, 924, pp.241-244. ⟨10.1016/j.nima.2018.08.038⟩. ⟨cea-01919416⟩

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