Radiation-hard semiconductor detectors for SuperLHC

M. Bruzzi, J. Adey, A. Al-Ajili, P. Alexandrov, G. Alfieri, P. P. Allport, A. Andreazza, M. Artuso, S. Assouak, B. S. Avset, L. Barabash, E. Baranova, A. Barcz, A. Basile, R. Bates, N. Belova, S. F. Biagi, G. M. Bilei, D. Bisello, A. BlueA. Blumenau, V. Boisvert, G. Bolla, G. Bondarenko, E. Borchi, L. Borrello, D. Bortoletto, M. Boscardin, L. Bosisio, T. J.V. Bowcock, T. J. Brodbeck, J. Broz, A. Brukhanov, A. Brzozowski, M. Buda, P. Buhmann, C. Buttar, F. Campabadal, D. Campbell, A. Candelori, G. Casse, A. Cavallini, A. Chilingarov, D. Chren, V. Cindro, M. Citterio, P. Collins, R. Coluccia, D. Contarato, J. Coutinho, D. Creanza, W. Cunningham, V. Cvetkov, G. F. Dalla Betta, G. Davies, I. Dawson, W. de Boer, M. De Palma, R. Demina, P. Dervan, A. Dierlamm, S. Dittongo, L. Dobrzanski, Z. Dolezal, A. Dolgolenko, T. Eberlein, V. Eremin, C. Fall, F. Fasolo, T. Ferbel, F. Fizzotti, C. Fleta, E. Focardi, E. Forton, S. Franchenko, E. Fretwurst, F. Gamaz, C. Garcia, J. E. Garcia-Navarro, E. Gaubas, M. H. Genest, K. A. Gill, K. Giolo, M. Glaser, C. Goessling, V. Golovine, S. González Sevilla, I. Gorelov, J. Goss, A. Gouldwell, G. Grégoire, P. Gregori, E. Grigoriev, C. Grigson, A. Grillo, A. Groza, J. Guskov, L. Haddad, J. Härkönen, R. Harding, F. Hauler, S. Hayama, M. Hoeferkamp, F. Hönniger, T. Horazdovsky, R. Horisberger, M. Horn, A. Houdayer, B. Hourahine, A. Hruban, G. Hughes, I. Ilyashenko, K. Irmscher, A. Ivanov, K. Jarasiunas, T. Jin, B. K. Jones, R. Jones, C. Joram, L. Jungermann, E. Kalinina, P. Kaminski, A. Karpenko, A. Karpov, V. Kazlauskiene, V. Kazukauskas, V. Khivrich, V. Khomenkov, J. Kierstead, J. Klaiber-Lodewigs, M. Kleverman, R. Klingenberg, P. Kodys, Z. Kohout, S. Korjenevski, A. Kowalik, R. Kozlowski, M. Kozodaev, G. Kramberger, O. Krasel, A. Kuznetsov, S. Kwan, S. Lagomarsino, T. Lari, K. Lassila-Perini, V. Lastovetsky, G. Latino, S. Latushkin, S. Lazanu, I. Lazanu, C. Lebel, K. Leinonen, C. Leroy, Z. Li, G. Lindström, L. Lindstrom, V. Linhart, A. Litovchenko, P. Litovchenko, V. Litvinov, A. Lo Giudice, M. Lozano, Z. Luczynski, P. Luukka, A. Macchiolo, A. Mainwood, L. F. Makarenko, I. Mandić, C. Manfredotti, S. Marti i Garcia, S. Marunko, K. Mathieson, A. Mozzanti, J. Melone, D. Menichelli, C. Meroni, A. Messineo, S. Miglio, M. Mikuž, J. Miyamoto, M. Moll, E. Monakhov, F. Moscatelli, L. Murin, F. Nava, D. Naoumov, E. Nossarzewska-Orlowska, S. Nummela, J. Nysten, P. Olivero, V. Oshea, T. Palviainen, C. Paolini, C. Parkes, D. Passeri, U. Pein, G. Pellegrini, L. Perera, M. Petasecca, B. Piatkowski, C. Piemonte, G. U. Pignatel, N. Pinho, I. Pintilie, L. Pintilie, L. Polivtsev, P. Polozov, A. I. Popa, J. Popule, S. Pospisil, G. Pucker, V. Radicci, J. M. Raf́, F. Ragusa, M. Rahman, R. Rando, R. Roeder, T. Rohe, S. Ronchin, C. Rott, P. Roy, A. Roy, A. Ruzin, A. Ryazanov, H. F.W. Sadrozinski, S. Sakalauskas, M. Scaringella, L. Schiavulli, S. Schnetzer, B. Schumm, S. Sciortino, A. Scorzoni, G. Segneri, S. Seidel, A. Seiden, G. Sellberg, P. Sellin, D. Sentenac, I. Shipsey, P. Sicho, T. Sloan, M. Solar, S. Son, B. Sopko, N. Spencer, J. Stahl, I. Stavitski, D. Stolze, R. Stone, J. Storasta, N. Strokan, W. Strupinski, M. Sudzius, B. Surma, J. Suuronen, A. Suvorov, B. G. Svensson, P. Tipton, M. Tomasek, C. Troncon, A. Tsvetkov, E. Tuominen, E. Tuovinen, T. Tuuva, M. Tylchin, H. Uebersee, J. Uher, M. Ullán, J. V. Vaitkus, P. Vanni, J. Velthuis, G. Verzellesi, E. Verbitskaya, V. Vrba, G. Wagner, I. Wilhelm, S. Worm, V. Wright, R. Wunstorf, P. Zabierowski, A. Zaluzhny, M. Zavrtanik, M. Zen, V. Zhukov, N. Zorzi

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Abstract

An option of increasing the luminosity of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN to 1035 cm-2 s-1 has been envisaged to extend the physics reach of the machine. An efficient tracking down to a few centimetres from the interaction point will be required to exploit the physics potential of the upgraded LHC. As a consequence, the semiconductor detectors close to the interaction region will receive severe doses of fast hadron irradiation and the inner tracker detectors will need to survive fast hadron fluences of up to above 1016 cm-2. The CERN-RD50 project "Development of Radiation Hard Semiconductor Devices for Very High Luminosity Colliders" has been established in 2002 to explore detector materials and technologies that will allow to operate devices up to, or beyond, this limit. The strategies followed by RD50 to enhance the radiation tolerance include the development of new or defect engineered detector materials (SiC, GaN, Czochralski and epitaxial silicon, oxygen enriched Float Zone silicon), the improvement of present detector designs and the understanding of the microscopic defects causing the degradation of the irradiated detectors. The latest advancements within the RD50 collaboration on radiation hard semiconductor detectors will be reviewed and discussed in this work.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)189-201
Number of pages13
JournalNuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment
Volume541
Issue number1-2
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 1 2005
EventDevelopment and Application of semiconductor Tracking Detectors -
Duration: Jun 14 2004Jun 17 2004

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  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics
  • Instrumentation

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    Bruzzi, M., Adey, J., Al-Ajili, A., Alexandrov, P., Alfieri, G., Allport, P. P., Andreazza, A., Artuso, M., Assouak, S., Avset, B. S., Barabash, L., Baranova, E., Barcz, A., Basile, A., Bates, R., Belova, N., Biagi, S. F., Bilei, G. M., Bisello, D., ... Zorzi, N. (2005). Radiation-hard semiconductor detectors for SuperLHC. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 541(1-2), 189-201. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2005.01.056