Precise charged particle timing with the PICOSEC detector

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Bortfeldt , J , Brunbauer , F M , David , C , Desforge , D , Fanourakis , G , Franchi , J , Gallinaro , M , Garcia , F , Giomataris , I , Gustavsson , T , Guyot , C , Iguaz , F J , Kebbiri , M , Kordas , K , Legou , P , Liu , J , Lupberger , M , Maillard , O , Manthos , I , Muller , H , Niaouris , V , Oliveri , E , Papaevangelou , T , Paraschou , K , Pomorski , M , Qi , B , Resnati , F , Ropelewski , L , Sampsonidis , D , Schneider , T , Schwemling , P , Sohl , L , van Stenis , M , Thuiner , P , Tsipolitis , Y , Tzamarias , S E , Veenhof , R , Wang , X , White , S , Zhang , Z & Zhou , Y 2019 , ' Precise charged particle timing with the PICOSEC detector ' , AIP Conference Proceedings , vol. 2075 , no. 080009 , 080009 . https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5091210

Title: Precise charged particle timing with the PICOSEC detector
Author: Bortfeldt, J.; Brunbauer, Florian M.; David, C.; Desforge, D.; Fanourakis, G.; Franchi, J.; Gallinaro, M.; Garcia, F.; Giomataris, I.; Gustavsson, T.; Guyot, C.; Iguaz, F.J.; Kebbiri, M.; Kordas, K.; Legou, P.; Liu, J.; Lupberger, Michael; Maillard, O.; Manthos, I.; Muller, Hans; Niaouris, V.; Oliveri, E.; Papaevangelou, Th.; Paraschou, K.; Pomorski, M.; Qi, B.; Resnati, F.; Ropelewski, L.; Sampsonidis, D.; Schneider, Thomas; Schwemling, P.; Sohl, L.; van Stenis, M.; Thuiner, Patrik; Tsipolitis, Y.; Tzamarias, S.E.; Veenhof, R.; Wang, X.; White, S.; Zhang, Z.; Zhou, Y.
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Helsinki Institute of Physics
Date: 2019
Language: eng
Number of pages: 7
Belongs to series: AIP Conference Proceedings
ISSN: 0094-243X
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/312215
Abstract: The experimental requirements in near future accelerators (e.g. High Luminosity-LHC) has stimulated intense interestin development of detectors with high precision timing capabilities. With this as a goal, a new detection concept called PICOSEC,which is based to a “two-stage” MicroMegas detector coupled to a Cherenkov radiator equipped with a photocathode has beendeveloped. Results obtained with this new detector yield a time resolution of 24 ps for 150 GeV muons and 76 ps for single pho-toelectrons. In this paper we will report on the performance of the PICOSEC in test beams, as well as simulation studies andmodelling of its timing characteristics
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