2014_05_ALCW_DetectorRD_LiaisonReport_12052014

Report
AWLC, Fermilab, May 12 - 16, 2014
Report from the Detector R&D Liaisons
Jan Strube (Tohoku University) / Maxim Titov (CEA Saclay)
*Aerial view at night, Chicago, Illinois
LC DETECTOR R&D LIAISONS: Maxim Titov (Liaison), Jan Strube (Deputy Liaison)
CHARGE:

The detector R&D liaison ensures productive communication between the LCC Physics
and Detectors Executive Board and detector R&D groups. The liaison is a member of the
Executive Board and communicates relevant information from the Executive Board to
detector R&D groups and vice versa.

The liaison is in contact with all detector R&D groups relevant to linear colliders to keep
track of the overall detector R&D efforts conducted or planned for linear colliders and
to periodically compile summaries of the efforts.
There are many forms of Detector R&Ds relevant to LC:
 ‘Large collaborations’ such as CALICE, LCTPC, FCAL…
 Collection of many efforts such as the vertexing R&Ds
 Individual group R&D activities
 Efforts currently not directly included in the concept groups (ILD, SiD,
CLIC), which may become important for LC in future
 Two approaches (ILD and SiD) – Similar Concepts, Different Realizations
SiD
ILD
CLIC
Major accomplishments during the last few years:
 ILC: June 2013 - Detailed Baseline Design (DBD) Report in ILC TDR:
http://www.linearcollider.org/ILC/Publications/Technical-Design-Report
DBD is not the TDR which is the next goal:
 Major Engineering efforts and More R&D are still needed
 CLIC: 2012 Conceptual Design Report:
http://clic-study.org/accelerator/CLIC-ConceptDesignRep.php
Starting from ILC Detector Concepts:
 redesign forward region (higher bkg) and calorimetry (higher energy jets)
 precise hit timing ~10 ns (vertex) and ~ 1 ns (calo)
Successful cooperation between ILC and CLIC  Synergy in Detector R&D Studies
GOAL: Shape up-to-date efforts report of the LC Detector R&Ds (this is not an attempt
to control different R&Ds, rather collection of information for people to use !)
 Update of the R&D developments since ILC DBD and CLIC CDR
 Summarize contributions of individual group R&D efforts
 Aim for document of < 100 pages
 Timescale – Linear Collider Workshop in Belgrade (Oct. 2014)
 could help new groups to learn about the current landscape of the R&D activities
CMOS
DEPFET
Chronopixel
LCTPC
groups
CALICE
groups
 Concentrate on the R&D activities for the ILD/ SiD Concepts
 Discuss synergy between ILC and CLIC developments
 Group individual R&Ds based on vertexing, tracking, calorimetry, …
Individual ILC / CLIC R&D Groups are asked to provide (max. 1-2) summary,
specifically addressing the following points:
 Major R&D efforts (past and present) and recent developments since ILC DBD
(with publications/references to major results);
 Engineering challenges;
 Detector R&D plans for the coming years;
 List of collaborating institutes (contributing to this R&D technology);
 Perspectives of this R&D for applications beyond the ILC (with references if
technology is already used in the other projects)
R&D Technology
Participating
Institutes
Technical
Summary
Achieved Results
/ Milestones :
Future
Activities :
ILC DBD or CLIC CDR Concept:
and will be asked to summarize major activities in the table:
Past Developments (not included into ILC DBD and CLIC CDR) or New/Emerging R&Ds:
Major R&D efforts (past and present) and recent developments since ILC DBD
(with publications/references to major results)
 short introduction into technology and summary of the new results since
DBD/CDR. Goal is to include also earlier R&Ds developments, in particular, those
currently not directly adopted by the ILD, SiD or CLICdp detector concepts (and
thus not included in the DBD or CDR) and/or to describe new/emerging R&Ds
Engineering challenges (probably the most challenging question)
 most of the ILC detector technologies are mature enough and are ready to go.
Engineering aspects are less advanced and need some more years before finalized.
Engineering challenges are related to the system integration aspects (e.g.,
minimization of the material amount in the vertex system to achieve flavor
tagging requirements). Since this report will serve as the “entrance point” to the
new groups, it would be beneficial if new groups will decide to contribute to
the engineering aspects, and not only to the basic detector R&D efforts.
Detector R&D plans for the coming years;
List of collaborating institutes (contributing to this R&D technology)
 goal is to summarize individual group plans (if sufficient funding is available),
including engineering challenges
Perspectives of this R&D for applications beyond the ILC (with references if
technology is already used in the other projects)
 number of the LC R&D developments has been successfully used in other HEP
experiments and its extend and the number of spin-offs continue to grow (some
groups continue detector R&Ds jointly for ILC and other HEP projects).
These synergies are important to advance the image of the LC Detector R&D for
the HEP field, in general.
THIS IS A CALL TO SUBMIT YOUR CONTRIBUTION to the “Detector R&D
Liaison Report“  please send your inputs to
Jan Strube ([email protected]), Maxim Titov ([email protected])
 Some R&D groups have already been contacted and asked to answer questionnaire
 ~ 40 % of groups already provided their summaries (some groups sent us also
50-100 pages documents prepared for review panels or funding agencies)
 Too much variations in the received inputs  need substantial editing
 All groups will be able to see/comment on the report (before it will become
public). The goal is to have such "efforts review" document ready for Belgrade
LCC 2014 meeting.
CMOS for STAR
Technology
Institute
Contact name
CMOS MAPS
IPHC Strasbourg
M. Winter
DEPFET
MPI Munich
IFIC Valencia
L. Andricek
M. Vos
FPCCD
KEK
Y. Sugimoto
3D-pixel and
integration
FNAL
R. Lipton
Chronopixel
Univ. Oregon
N. Sinev/. Brau
SOI
KEK
Y. Arai
ILC Pixel Vertex R&Ds:
DEPFET for Belle II
CLIC Pixel Vertex R&Ds:
Hybrid Sensor +ASIC
HV-CMOS + ASIC
CLIC (hybrid
pixels):
thin Si-sensor
+Timepix
CERN
L. Linssen /
D. Dannheim
Si-Tracking Electronics R&Ds:
LSTFE readout ASIC
SCIPP, UCSC
B. Schumm
KPIX readout ASIC
(also for ECAL)
SLAC
M. Breidenbach
Technology
Institute
Contact
GEM- based readout:
Laser-etched
GEM (Asian
GEMs):
KEK
Univ. Saga
K. Fujii/
T. Matsuda
A. Sugiyama
Wet-etched GEMs
DESY
RWTH Aachen
T. Behnke
S. Roth
Micromegas-based readout:
Resistive MM
with dispersive
anode
CEA Saclay
Carleton
P. Colas/
D. Attie
A. Belletive
GEM or Micromegas + Timepix pixel readout:
GEM + pixel
Bonn
Siegen
Freiburg
J. Kaminski
I. Fleck
M. Schumacher
InGrid:
NIKHEF
Bonn
CEA Saclay
J. Timmermans
J. Kaminski
D. Attie
Mechanics
Cornell
Kansas
D. Peterson
G. Wilson
Electronics
Lund
L. Jonsson
~ 70 pages
Other aspects:
http://ecfa-dp.desy.de/
Technology
Institute
Contact
LLR
LAL
Kyushu Univ./
Tolyo Univ.
Univ. Oregon
J.-C. Brient/
V. Boudry
R. Poeschl
K. Kawagoe/
T. Yoshioka
D. Strom
MAPS ECAL
IC London
P. Dauncey
Sci ECAL
Shinshu
University
T. Takeshita
ILC ECAL R&Ds:
Silicon ECAL
ILC HCAL (AHCAL) R&Ds:
Sci AHCAL
AHCAL
DESY
F. Sefkow
ILC HCAL ((s)DHCAL) R&Ds:
RPC DHCAL
Argonne (ANL)
J. Repond
RPC sDHCAL
IPNL Lyon
I. Laktineh
GEM DHCAL
Univ. Arlington
A. White
MM sDHCAL
LAPP Annecy
M. Chefdeville
ECFA Detector R&D Panel:
http://ecfa-dp.desy.de
Technology
Contact
ILC Forward Calorimeter R&Ds:
LumiCal /
BeamCal
~ 70 pages
Institute
DESY (on
behalf of the
15 FCAL
institutes)
W. Lohnmann
Other technology options for LC calorimeter:
Dual-readout
calorimetry
On behalf of
the 11 RD52
institutes
J. Hauptmann
Synergies between CLIC - ILC:
Technology
Institute
Contact
CLIC HCAL R&Ds:
Sci AHCAL
CERN, MPI,
DESY / Univ.
Hamburg
F. Simon
L. Linssen
F. Sefkow
RPC DHCAL
CERN, ANL
L. Linssen
J. Repond
FCAL (BeamCal) sensors:
CLIC FCAL R&Ds:
FCAL
hardware
CERN
L. Linssen
Aim is to deliver a “coherent summary”(LC Detector R&D Efforts Review)
 group individual R&Ds (based on technology) and summarize them in the tables
 LC Detector R&D Liaison Report starts to wrap up its initial shape
 We encourage all individual R&D groups to answer questionnaire and
to provide us inputs summarizing your past and future detector efforts
 Any comments /suggestions are appreciated

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