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Study of small-cell 3D silicon pixel detectors for the high luminosity LHC

Author:
Curras, E.  Duarte-Campderros, J.  Fernandez, M.  Garcia, A.  Gomez, G.  Gonzalez, J.  Jaramillo, R.  Moya, D.  Vila, I  Hidalgo, S.  Manna, M.  Pellegrini, G.  Quirion, D.  Pitzl, D.  Ebrahimi, A.  Rohe, T.  Wiederkehr, S.  


Journal:
NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT


Issue Date:
2019


Abstract(summary):

A study of 3D pixel sensors of cell size 50 mu m x 50 mu m fabricated at IMB-CNM using double-sided n-on-p 3D technology is presented. Sensors were bump-bonded to the ROC4SENS readout chip. For the first time in such a small-pitch hybrid assembly, the sensor response to ionizing radiation in a test beam of 5.6 GeV electrons was studied. Results for non-irradiated sensors are presented, including efficiency, charge sharing, signal-to-noise, and resolution for different incidence angles.


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