UFSD Group References


  1. 1)Y. Jin et al., “Experimental Study of Acceptor Removal in UFSD”, NIMA 983 (2020) 164611 (pdf)

  2. 2)M. Tornago et al, “Resistive AC-Coupled Silicon Detector principles of operation and first results from beam test and laser combined analysis”, https://arxiv.org/abs/2007.09528 NIMA_RSD_MT (13).pdf

  3. 3)F. Siviero et al., “Use of machine learning algorithms for the signal reconstruction of Resistive Silicon Detectors”, JINST (3).pdf (Draft)

  4. 4)G. Paternoster et al., "Trench-Isolated Low Gain Avalanche Diodes (TI-LGADs)," in IEEE Electron Device Letters, vol. 41, no. 6, pp. 884-887, June 2020, doi: 10.1109/LED.2020.2991351.

  5. 5)N. Cartiglia et al., “LGAD design for Future Particle Trackers”, NIMA 979 (2020) 164383, HSTD12, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2020.164383.

  6. 6)G. Paternoster et al., “Novel Strategies for Fine-Segmented Low Gain Avalanche Diodes, submitted to NIMA, HSTD12 pdf

  7. 7)E. J. Olave et al., “FAST: a 30 ps time resolution front-end ASIC for a 4D tracking system based on Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors”, submitted to NIMA, HSTD12, pdf

  8. 8)R. Arcidiacono et al., “State-of-the-art and evolution of UFSD sensors design at FBK”, submitted to NIMA, HSTD12 pdf

  9. 9)Y. Jin et al, “Experimental Study of Acceptor Removal in UFSD”, submitted to NIMA, https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.07076, 2003.07076.pdf

  10. 10)E. J. Olave et al., “A multichannel front-end readout ASIC for picosecond time resolution systems based on UFSD”, JINST 15. C07012-C07012. 10.1088/1748-0221/15/07/C07012 July 2020, JINST_203P_0120.pdf

  11. 11)M. Mandurrino et al, “Analysis and numerical design of Resistive AC-Coupled Silicon Detectors (RSD) for 4D particle tracking”    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2020.163479 NIMA 959 (2020) (pdf)

  12. 12)V. Sola et al, “Next-generation tracking system for future hadron colliders”, Vertex2019, PoS, vs_Vertex2019.pdf

  13. 13)M. Ferrero et al. “Evolution of the design of ultra fast silicon detector to cope with high irradiation fluences and fine segmentation”, IPRD19, To be submitted to JINST MarcoFerreroIPRD.pdf

  14. 14)M. Mandurrino et al., First demonstration of 200, 100, and 50 μm pitch Resistive AC-Coupled Silicon Detectors (RSD) with 100% fill-factor for 4D particle tracking”, published in EDL IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS, VOL. 40, NO. 11, NOVEMBER 2019 08846722.pdf

  15. 15)F. Siviero, “Development of Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors for 4D-tracking”, - DOI 10.1393/ncc/i2019-19194-6, Il nuovo cimento 42 C (2019) 194 - ISSN 1826-9885  pdf

  16. 16)F. Fausti, J. Olave, N. Cartiglia, “FAST: a 30 ps time resolution front-end ASIC for a 4D tracking system based on UFSD”, TWEPP 2019, FAST_PoS_TWEPP19.pdf

  17. 17)M. Andrä et al, “Development of low-energy X-rays detectors using LGAD sensors”, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 2019, Volume 26, pages 1226 - 1237 Xray_LGAD.pdf

  18. 18)N. Cartiglia, H. Sadrozinski, A. Seiden, “Tracking particles at fluences 5-10E16 neq/cm2”, PoS, Vertex 2018, doi: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.348.0029 https://pos.sissa.it/348/029 (trk17.pdf) open access

  19. 19)V. Sola et al. , “First FBK production of 50 micron ultra-fast Silicon detector” NIMA 924 (2019) 360-368 (pdf)

  20. 20)N. Cartiglia et al., “Timing layers, 4- and 5-dimension tracking”, NIMA 924 (2019) 350-354 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2018.09.157 (pdf) open access

  21. 21)S. Mazza et al., “Properties of FBK UFSDs after neutron and proton irradiation up to 6E15 neq/cm2”, https://arxiv.org/pdf/1804.05449, (pdf)

  22. 22)Y. Zhao et al., “Comparison of 35 and 50 micron thin HPK UFSD after neutron irradiation up to 6E15 n/cm2” NIMA 924 (2019) 387-393 , (pdf)

  23. 23)M. Ferrero et al., “Radiation resistance LGAD design”,  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168900218317741  NIMA 919 (2019) 16–26  open access

  24. 24)A. Vignati et al. “Innovative thin Silicon detectors for monitoring of therapeutic proton beams: preliminary beam tests” JINST 12 C12056 (pdf)

  25. 25)A. Staiano et al., “Development of Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors for 4D Tracking”, JINST_005P_1017 pdf

  26. 26)R. Arcidiacono et al., “Laboratory and beam test results of TOFFEE ASIC and Ultra Fast Silicon Detectors” PoS TWEEP 2017 (pdf)

  27. 27) N. Cartiglia et al., “Tracking in 4 Dimensions” PoS, EPS2017, Venice, (pdf)

  28. 28) Z. Galloway et al., “Properties of HPK UFSD after neutron irradiation up to 6e15 n/cm2”   https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.04961 NIMA 924 (2019) 387-393 , (pdf)

  29. 29) H. Sadrozinski, A. Seiden, N. Cartiglia, “4-Dimensional tracking with Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors”  https://arxiv.org/abs/1704.08666, 2018, Rep. Prog. Phys (81) 026101

  30. 30) N. Minafra et al, “Test of Ultra Fast Silicon Detector for Picosecond Time measurement with a New Multipurpose Read-out Board”, NIMA  (2017) , http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2017.04.032 (pdf)

  31. 31) M. Berretti et al, “Test of Ultra Fast Silicon Detectors for the TOTEM Upgrade Project”, JINST 12 (2017) P03024 (pdf)

  32. 32) F. Cenna et al., “TOFFEE: a full custom amplifier-comparator chip for timing applications with silicon detectors”,  JINST 12 (2017)  C03031(pdf)

  33. 33) G. Paternoster et al, “Developments and first measurements of Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors produced at FBK”, JINST 12 (2017)  C02077 (pdf)

  34. 34) R. Mulargia et al, “Temperature dependence of the response of Ultra Fast Silicon Detectors” Pixel 2016, JINST 11 (2016)  C12016 (pdf)

  35. 35) V. Sola et al., “Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors for 4D tracking”, JINST XX (2017)  XXX (pdf)

  36. 36) N. Cartiglia et al, “The 4D pixel challenge”,  Pixel 2016 JINST 11 (2016)  C12016 (pdf)

  37. 37) R. Arcidiacono, on behalf of the CMS Collaboration, “A new timing detector for the CT-PPS project”, NIMA 845 (2017) 16-19 (pdf)

  38. 38) N. Cartiglia et al,  “Beam test results of a 16 ps timing system based on ultra-fast silicon detectors”,   https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168900217300219 NIMA 850 (2017) 83 - 88, (pdf) open access

  39. 39) B. Baldassarri et al, “Signal formation in irradiated silicon detectors”, NIMA 845 (2017) 20 - 23 (pdf)

  40. 40) N. Cartiglia et al, “Tracking in 4 Dimensions”, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168900216304715 NIMA 845 (2017) 47 - 51 (pdf) open access

  41. 41) H.F.-W Sadrozinski et al., “Ultra-fast silicon detectors (UFSD), NIMA 831 (2016) 18-23 (pdf)

  42. 42) N. Cartiglia et al, “Design Optimization of Ultra-Fast Silicon Detector”, NIMA 796 (2015) 141-148 (pdf)

  43. 43) F. Cenna et al, Weightfield2: “A fast simulator for silicon and diamond solid state detector”, NIMA 796 (2015) 149-153 (pdf)

  44. 44) G-F Dalla Betta et al, “Design and TCAD simulation of double-sided pixelated low gain avalanche detectors”, NIMA 796 (2015) 54-157 (pdf)

  45. 45) N. Cartiglia et al., “Timing Capabilities of Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors”, doi:10.5506/APhysPolBSupp.7.657  (pdf)

  46. 46) N. Cartiglia, et al., “Performance of Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors”, JINST 9 (2014) C02001 (pdf)

  47. 47) H.F-W. Sadrozinski et al., “Sensors for ultra-fast silicon detectors”, NIMA 765 (2014) 7-11 (pdf)

  48. 48) H.F-W. Sadrozinski, et al., “Ultra-fast silicon detectors”, NIMA 730 (2013) 226-231 (pdf)

  49. 49)Gadomski S. et al., “Pulse shape of silicon strip detectors as a diagnostic tool”, NIM 326 (1993), 239-242

  50. 50)E. Barberis, et al., “Measurement of Interstrip and coupling capacitance of Silicon Microstrip Detectors”,  scipp-92-14.pdf

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