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= Introduction to 3D detectors =
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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:
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    * It can operate at very low voltages
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    * One can achieve very high radiation hardness
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    * Very fast
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    * Active almost to the edge
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Schematic drawings of the 3D detector:
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More information
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    * Testbeam talk by Erlend and Ole
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    * 3D workshop in Barcelona
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    * 3D-state of the art
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    * 3D proposal by S.I. Parker C.J. Kenneyand and J. Segal (NIMA395(1997)328)
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Our Activities
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    * TestBeam Analysis
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    * 3DSensor Characteristics
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    * 3DMeasurement System
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Who are we?
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    * In Bergen: Bjarne, Heidi, Kristine, Ahmed ...

Revision as of 14:32, 18 February 2009

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:


More information

   * Testbeam talk by Erlend and Ole
   * 3D workshop in Barcelona
   * 3D-state of the art
   * 3D proposal by S.I. Parker C.J. Kenneyand and J. Segal (NIMA395(1997)328)

Our Activities

   * TestBeam Analysis
   * 3DSensor Characteristics
   * 3DMeasurement System 

Who are we?

   * In Bergen: Bjarne, Heidi, Kristine, Ahmed ...