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Proceedings of the International Workshop on Semiconductor Pixel Detectors for Particles and X-Rays (PIXEL2002)

Hotel and Conference Center, Carmel Mission Inn, Carmel, California, USA
September 9-12, 2002

Editor:
Stewart C. Loken
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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Sponsored by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, MCNC Electronic and Information Technologies, Fraunhofer IZM, and Innovative Technologies International.

The PIXEL2002 International Workshop focused on the applications of pixel detectors in particle physics experiments, but also included topics related to applications in other fields (heavy ion experiments, biomedicine, astrophysics and others).

Where available, both Proceedings papers and the slides presented at the conference are provided here. For more information, including the full program, please visit the conference website at LBNL.

Monday, September 9, 2002


Overview of Pixel Tracking Detectors in Particle Physics (K. Einsweiler, chair)

9:05-9:35 The ATLAS Pixel Detector
M. Garcia-Sciveres (LBNL)
ManuscriptSlides
9:35-10:05 Overview of the BTeV Pixel Detector
J. Appel (FNAL)
ManuscriptSlides
10:0510:35 CMS
R. Horisberger (PSI)

Overview of Monolithic CMOS Pixel Detectors (J. Appel, chair)

11:0011:30 Visible Light CMOS Image Sensors
E. Fossum (Micron Technology Inc.)
Slides
11:3012:00 Monolithic CMOS Pixel Detectors in Particle and Nuclear Physics
G. Deptuch (LEPSI)
Slides

Overview of Pixel Detectors for Heavy Ion Physics (J. Appel, chair)

14:00-14:30 The ALICE Silicon Pixel Detector
P. Riedler (CERN) et al.
ManuscriptSlides

Overview of Physics at Colliders and Pixel Detectors (J. Appel, chair)

14:30-15:00 Physics with “Second Generation” Pixel Detectors
D. Barberis (INFN, Genoa)
ManuscriptSlides

Electronics I (M. Gilchriese, chair)

15:00-15:20 The Read-Out System of the ALICE Pixel Detector
A. Kluge (CERN) for the ALICE SPD Collaboration
ManuscriptSlides
15:20-15:40 Front-end Pixel Chips for Tracking in ALICE and Particle Identification in LHCb
K. Wyllie (CERN) et al.
ManuscriptSlides
15:40-16:00 The Architecture of the BTeV Pixel Readout Chip
D. Christian (FNAL)
ManuscriptSlides
16:30-16:50 The DMILL Readout Chip for the CMS Pixel Detector
W. Erdmann (ETH Zurich)
ManuscriptSlides
16:50-17:10 The Token Bit Manager Chip for the CMS Pixel Readout
E. Bartz (Rutgers Univ.)
ManuscriptSlides
17:10-17:30 First Test Measurements of a 64K Pixel Readout Chip Working in Single Photon Counting Mode
X. Llopart and M. Campbell (CERN)
ManuscriptSlides

Tuesday, September 10, 2002


Electronics II (M. Garcia-Sciveres, chair)

9:00-9:20 Multi-element Si sensor with Readout ASICs for EXAFS Spectroscopy
G. De Geronimo (BNL) et al.
ManuscriptSlides
9:20-9:40 Pixel Readout Electronics Development for a Hybrid Silicon Pixel Array Gamma Camera with On-chip Energy Discrimination System
V. Cencelli (INFN, Rome) et al.
Manuscript
9:4010:00 The Front-end ASIC for the ATLAS Pixel Detector
K. Einsweiler(LBNL)
Slides
10:00-10:20 The Readout Architecture of the ATLAS Pixel System
R. Beccherle (INFN, Genoa) on behalf of the ATLAS Pixel Collaboration
ManuscriptSlides
11:00-11:20 Performance Measurements of the ATLAS Pixel Front-End
J. Richardson (LBNL) on behalf of the ATLAS Pixel Collaboration
ManuscriptSlides
11:00-11:20 Irradiation Tests of ATLAS Pixel Electronics
A. Saavedra (LBNL) for the ATLAS Pixel Detector Community
Slides

Sensors (D. Bortoletto, chair)

13:30-14:00 Sensor Concepts for Pixel Detectors in High Energy Physics
T. Rohe (PSI)
ManuscriptSlides
14:00-14:30 Radiation Hardness/Tolerance of Si Sensors/Detectors for Nuclear and High Energy Physics Experiments
Z. Li (BNL)
Manuscript 
14:30-14:50 Active Pixel Sensor Architectures in Standard CMOS Technology for Charged-Particle Detection
D. Passeri (Univ. of Perugia) et al.
ManuscriptSlides
14:50-15:10 Development of an Active Pixel Sensor Vertex Detector
H. Matis (LBNL)
Slides
15:10-15:30 Test Beam Results of ATLAS Pixel Sensors
T. Lari (INFN, Milano) on behalf of the ATLAS Pixel Collaboration
ManuscriptSlides
15:30-15:50 Silicon Sensors with 3D Electrode Arrays: Review and Recent Developments
S. Parker (Univ. of Hawaii)
Slides

Integration (S. Kwan, chair)

16:30-17:00 New Directions in Mechanics and Cooling for Pixel Detectors
W. Miller (Innovative Technologies International) and Wei Shih (Allcomp Inc.)
ManuscriptSlides
17:00-17:20 BTeV Silicon Detector Integration Issues
M. Wong (FNAL) et al.
ManuscriptSlides
17:20-17:40 Towards A Pixel Detector Control System for the ATLAS Pixel Detector
S. Kersten et al. (Univ. of Wuppertal)
ManuscriptSlides

Wednesday, September 11, 2002


Hybridization I (R. Lander, chair)

9:00-9:30 Future Directions in Hybridization of Pixel Detectors
O. Ehrmann (IZM)
Slides
9:30-9:50 Pixel Detector Module for the BTeV Experiment at Fermilab
S. Zimmerman (FNAL)
Slides
9:50-10:20 Eutectic Sn/Pb Fine-Pitch Solder Bumping and Assembly for Rad-Hard Pixel Detectors
A. Huffman et al. (MCNC)
ManuscriptSlides
11:00-11:20 Studies on ATLAS Pixel Modules
F. Huegging (Univ. of Bonn) for the ATLAS Pixel Collaboration
ManuscriptSlides
11:20-11:40 A Low Mass, Low Profile Interconnect for the ATLAS Pixel Detector Modules
R. Boyd et al. (Univ. of Oklahoma)
Slides
11:40-12:00 Reworking of Indium Bump Bonded Pixel Detectors
G. Alimonti (INFN, Milano) et al.
ManuscriptSlides

Thursday, September 12, 2002


Hybridization II (T. Rohe, chair)

9:00-9:20 Studies on MCM-D Connection Structures
P. Gerlach (Univ. of Wuppertal) et al. for the ATLAS Pixel Collaboration
ManuscriptSlides
9:20-9:40 Flip Chip Hybridization of Pixel Detectors for ALICE and LHCb Experiments
J. Salonen, Jorma Salmi, and Ilkka Suni (VTT Center for Microelectronics, Finland)
ManuscriptSlides

Medical/Biological and Synchrotron Radiation Applications I (T. Takahasi, chair)

9:40-10:10 Pixel detectors for Gamma-Ray Imaging in Biomedicine
B. Barber (Univ. of Arizona)
Slide1
Slide2
Slide 21 has an AVI movie.
10:10-10:30 Applications of a Pixellated Detection System to Digital Mammography
V. Rosso (INFN, Pisa)
Slides
11:00-11:30 Pixels and Proteins: Better Detectors for Biological Crystallography
E. Westbrook (Molecular Biology Consortium)
Slides

Medical/Biological and Synchrotron Radiation Applications II (P. Gerlach, chair)

14:00-14:30 Pixel Detectors for Time-Resolved Synchrotron Applications
M. Renzi (Cornell University)
14:30-14:50 3D Pixels for Protein Structure Studies
C. Kenney (Univ. of Hawaii)
Slides
14:50-15:10 PILATUS: A 2-Dimensional X-ray Detector for Macromolecular Crystallography
E. Eikenberry (PSI) et al.
ManuscriptSlides

Astrophysics Applications and Photon Detection (P. Denes, chair)

15:10-15:40 Application of CdTe/CdZnTe Pixels to X-ray and Gamma-ray Astrophysics
T. Takahasi (ISAS)
Slides
15:40-16:00 Pixel hybrid photon detectors for the LHCb-RICH system
K. Wyllie (CERN) et al.
ManuscriptSlides
16:00-16:20 X-ray Scatter-to-Primary Ratio versus Thickness, Two Analytic Models Evaluated Against Monte Carlo Calculations
J. Tkaczyk (General Electric Research)
ManuscriptSlides

16:30-16:45: Closeout and Adjourn


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