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Diamond Detector Technology: Status and Perspectives

Michael Philipp Reichmann 1 A. Alexopoulos 2 M. Artuso 3 F. Bachmair 1 L. Bäni 1 M. Bartosik 4 J. Beacham 5 H. Beck 6 V. Bellini 7 V. Belyaev 8 B. Bentele 9 E. Berdermann 10 P. Bergonzo 11 A. Bès 12 M. Brom 13 M. Bruzzi 14 M. Cerv 4 G. Chiodini 15 D. Chren 16 V. Cindro 17 G. Claus 13 J. Collot 12 J. Cumalat 9 A. Dabrowski 2 R. d'Alessandro 14 D. Dauvergne 12 C. Dorfer 1 W. de Boer 18 M. Dünser 4 V. Eremin 19 R. Eusebi 20 G. Forcolin 21 J. Forneris 22 H. Frais-Kölbl 23 L. Gallin-Martel 12 M. Gallin-Martel 12 K.K. Gan 5 M. Gastal 4 C. Giroletti 24 M. Goffe 13 J. Goldstein 24 A. Golubev 25 A. Gorišek 17 E. Grigoriev 25 J. Grosse-Knetter 6 A. Grummer 26 B. Gui 5 M. Guthoff 2 I. Haughton 21 B. Hiti 17 D. Hits 1 M. Hoeferkamp 26 T. Hofmann 2 J. Hosslet 13 J-Y. Hostachy 12 F. Hügging 27 C. Hutton 24 H. Jansen 2 J. Janssen 27 H. Kagan 5 Keida Kanxheri 28 G. Kasieczka 1 R. Kass 5 F. Kassel 29 M. Kis 10 V. Konovalov 5 G. Kramberger 17 S. Kuleshov 25 A. Lacoste 12 S. Lagomarsino 14 E. Lukosi 30 C. Maazouzi 13 I. Mandic 17 C. Mathieu 13 N. Mcfadden 26 M. Menichelli 28 M. Mikuž 17 A. Morozzi 28 J. Moss 5 R. Mountain 3 S. Murphy 21 Miha Muskinja 17 A. Oh 21 P. Oliviero 22 Daniele Passeri 28 H. Pernegger 2 R. Perrino 15 F. Picollo 22 M. Pomorski 11 R. Potenza 7 A. Quadt 6 A. Re 22 G. Riley 1 S. Roe 2 A. Sanz-Becerra 1 M. Scaringella 14 D. Schaefer 2 J. Schmidt 10 S. Schnetzer 31 S. Sciortino 14 A. Scorzoni 28 S. Seidel 26 L. Servoli 28 S. Smith 10 B. Sopko 16 V. Sopko 16 S. Spagnolo 15 S. Spanier 30 K. Stenson 9 R. Stone 31 C. Sutera 7 A. Taylor 26 M. Traeger 10 D. Tromson 11 W. Trischuk 32 C. Tuve 7 L. Uplegger 33 J. Velthuis 24 N. Venturi 32 E. Vittone 22 J. Wagner 9 R. Wallny 20 J. Wang 3 J. Weingarten 6 C. Weiss 2 T. Wengler 2 N. Wermes 34 M. Yamouni 12 M. Zavrtanik 17
11 LCD-LIST - Laboratoire Capteurs Diamant
DM2I - Département Métrologie Instrumentation & Information : DRT/LIST/DM2I
Abstract : The planned upgrade of the LHC to the High-Luminosity-LHC will push the luminosity limits above the original design values. Since the current detectors will not be able to cope with this environment ATLAS and CMS are doing research to find more radiation tolerant technologies for their innermost tracking layers. Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) diamond is an excellent candidate for this purpose. Detectors out of this material are already established in the highest irradiation regimes for the beam condition monitors at LHC. The RD42 collaboration is leading an effort to use CVD diamonds also as sensor material for the future tracking detectors. The signal behaviour of highly irradiated diamonds is presented as well as the recent study of the signal dependence on incident particle flux. There is also a recent development towards 3D detectors and especially 3D detectors with a pixel readout based on diamond sensors.
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Michael Philipp Reichmann, A. Alexopoulos, M. Artuso, F. Bachmair, L. Bäni, et al.. Diamond Detector Technology: Status and Perspectives. The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP2017), Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN); Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Padova, Jul 2017, Venice, Italy. pp.516, ⟨10.22323/1.314.0516⟩. ⟨cea-02060804⟩

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