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Master Student projects

  • Could one identify very high energy (~ TeV) particles in Silicon voxel detectors? More details
  • Dark matter detector R&D details
  • CT Imaging: details
  • In this project we would like to test a single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) array for applications in charged particle detectors. First we would like to test the SPAD at Nikhef with Fe-55 and/or Sr-90 radioactive sources. For our applications it is of interest to reduce the dark count rate (DCR), therefore lowering the bias voltage and measuring the detection efficiency. In a second phase we would like to test two SPAD arrays in a beam-telescope set-up at CERN in order to determine more accurately the efficiency as function of bias voltage and to study the performance of the SPAD in a particle beam environment. This project will probably be in collaboration with TU-Delft.
-- JanVisser - 2013-07-24
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PDFpdf MasterProject2012_PatternRecognition_Prototypes.pdf manage 27.5 K 2012-09-05 - 13:09 NielsVanBakel Dark matter detector R&D
PDFpdf enrico-internship_project_proposal.pdf manage 84.5 K 2013-01-11 - 09:57 NielsVanBakel CT Imaging
PDFpdf erik-Heijne-NIKHEF-Master-Si-1.pdf manage 77.0 K 2012-06-15 - 14:35 NielsVanBakel  
PDFpdf Proton_Radiography_Master_Project.pdf manage 115.7 K 2013-07-24 - 07:01 JanVisser  
PDFpdf slim-edge_master_project.pdf manage 136.8 K 2013-07-24 - 07:00 JanVisser  
PDFpdf Gossipo-2_project.pdf manage 251.3 K 2013-08-22 - 18:24 FredHartjes  
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