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Introduction to the DESY Test Beam Infrastructure and its New Improvements
Date:2018/5/25     Browse:51

Speaker:     Dr. Mengqing Wu

Time:          13:00—14:00, May 25 

Location:    Room 1C-502, SIST Building

Host:          Prof. Yang Yang

Abstract:

DESY is one of the world’s leading accelerator centres and a member of the Helmholtz Association. DESY test beam facility operates three beam lines providing electron/position with energies from 1 to 6 GeV. Two of the three beam lines are equipped with an EUDET-type telescope based on the fine pitch Mimosa26 pixel sensor, requiring by ~70% users.Accordingto the test beam user community, a task to improve the DESY test beam infras-tructure is assigned within the EU Horizen2020 AIDA-2020 project, including building up a new silicon telescope at the third beam line to address the need of momentum measurements

inside a 1T superconducting solenoid magnet, and an environmental slow control system to cover all the beam area. The new telescope is based on a 25μm pitch strip sensor of 10×10cm 2 , readout by two 1024-channel bumpbonded ASICs, and it is designed to provide a resolution better than 10μm in the bending direction, and a resolution better than 1mm along the magnetif field. This talk will give a brief introduction of the current DESY test beam infrastructure, with a focus on the R&D of the new telescope and the slow control system, and naturally a summary with perspectives will be given at the end.

Bio:

Currently working in FLC group, DESY as a Scientist (Postdoc)

? Play a central role in the design, construction and installation of a silicon reference tracker within the AIDA2020 project at the test beam facility,

? in charge of the commissioning of the read-out system and the installation of a monitoring system within the test beam DAQ.

-2012-2015 Ph.D. in Particle Physics - Université Joseph Fourier, France Graduated
-July 30th, 2015

Supervisors - Dr. Marie-Hélène GENEST and Dr. Fa?rouz MALEK Thesis - Search for Supersymmetry and Dark Matter particles in the single photon final state with the ATLAS detector, CERN-THESIS-2015-122

SIST-Seminar 18041