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== Goal ==
 
== Goal ==
The aim of our research is to study high energy particle detectors, and to develop new detectors for the future. In particular, we are interested in studying medical applications of these detectors and to help bridge fundamental with technological research.  
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The aim of our research is to study high energy particle detectors, and to develop new detectors for the future. In particular, we are interested in studying medical applications of these detectors and to help bridge fundamental with technological research.
  
 
== Our projects ==
 
== Our projects ==
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* Postdoctors: Heidi
 
* Postdoctors: Heidi
 
* Professors: Gerald, Bjarne, Dieter, Renate, [http://www.uib.no/personer/Kjetil.Ullaland Kjetil]
 
* Professors: Gerald, Bjarne, Dieter, Renate, [http://www.uib.no/personer/Kjetil.Ullaland Kjetil]
* Engineers: [http://www.uib.no/personer/Dominik.Fehlker Dominik], Werner, Kåre  
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* Engineers: [http://www.uib.no/personer/Dominik.Fehlker Dominik], Werner, Kåre
  
  
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* [http://web.ift.uib.no/~dominik/files/detectorlabwiki/talks/axialpet.ppt Dominik: MAPD/MPPC Characterization & Axial PET]
 
* [http://web.ift.uib.no/~dominik/files/detectorlabwiki/talks/axialpet.ppt Dominik: MAPD/MPPC Characterization & Axial PET]
 
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[[Category:Detector lab]]

Revision as of 16:27, 19 February 2009

Goal

The aim of our research is to study high energy particle detectors, and to develop new detectors for the future. In particular, we are interested in studying medical applications of these detectors and to help bridge fundamental with technological research.

Our projects

Who are we?

  • Students: Hege, Kristine, Njål, Stian, Lars-Halvard
  • Postdoctors: Heidi
  • Professors: Gerald, Bjarne, Dieter, Renate, Kjetil
  • Engineers: Dominik, Werner, Kåre


Where are we?

  • The laboratory is situated in the 3rd floor at the IFT, room 332.


Recent talks

3.2.2009: