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== Documentation ==
 
== Documentation ==
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==Acknowledgements==
 
==Acknowledgements==

Revision as of 14:31, 17 January 2011

Introduction to 3D detectors

3D detectors have three dimensional electrods going through the silicon substrate. The depletion thickness depends on p+ and n+ electrode distance. The advantages with 3D technology is:

  • It can operate at very low voltages
  • One can achieve very high radiation hardness
  • Very fast
  • Active almost to the edge

Schematic drawings of the 3D detector:

3D drawing1.png 3D drawing2.png

More information

Our Activities

(Rather) Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions FAQ

Who are we?

  • In Bergen: Bjarne, Heidi, ...

Documentation

06-03-09.pdf 3D Report Cedric Virmontois

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Alessandro de la Rosa and Ole Rohne for the lots of help we received from them, and to Cedric Virmontois who made work on 3D in Bergen.