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Recent Progress in CERN RD39: Radiation Hard Cryogenic Silicon Detectors for Applications in LHC Experiments and Their Future Upgrades

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40 Author(s)
E. Tuominen ; Helsinki Inst. of Phys., Univ. of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland ; P. Anbinderis ; T. Anbinderis ; R. Bates
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CERN RD39 Collaboration develops radiation-hard cryogenic silicon detectors. Recently, we have demonstrated improved radiation hardness in novel Current Injected Detectors (CID). For detector characterization, we have applied cryogenic Transient Current Technique (C-TCT). In beam tests, heavily irradiated CID detector showed capability for particle detection. Our results show that the CID detectors are operational at the temperature -50degC after the fluence of 1 times 1016 1 MeV neutron equivalent/cm2.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:56 ,  Issue: 4 )