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INFN Workshop on Future Detectors

IFD2015 - (other ifd conferences)
16-18 December, 2015
Aula Magna della Cavallerizza Reale, Torino, Italy
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Italy has been one of the key players in the effort that led to the discovery awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physics, having provided a highly recognized technological contribution both to the LHC and to the experiments. The top priority of the European Strategy for Particle Physics is the exploitation of the full potential of the LHC including the high-luminosity upgrade of the machine and detectors. To be able to contribute at the international level and to foster common R&D projects the INFN Workshop on Future Detectors for HL-LHC (IFD2014) was held in Trento (March 11-13, 2014) to focus on the upgrades of the experiments for the High Luminosity LHC. The goal was to establish an open framework to discuss and work on new ideas for research and development where expertise can be shared and expanded across the different INFN experimental groups. This effort aimed to explore and consolidate a constructive interaction within different national research centers, facilities and industry also to better prepare for Horizon2020 applications.
At the same time INFN started the What Next (WN) program, a process based on open and wide discussions to investigate possible new research ideas and to promote new science-driven experiments. It is clear that new or improved technologies play a crucial role to pave the road towards the necessary breakthrough for possible discoveries.
With this aim IFD2015 in Torino, became the INFN Workshop on Future Detectors (December 16-18, 2015), where the What Next challenge to identify new ideas to be explored was technology-driven exploiting cross synergies coming out from different research groups, research facilities and industry.
Chairmen: Nadia Pastrone, Valter Bonvicini

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Sessions
PHYSICS-DRIVEN DETECTOR CHALLENGES
ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IN DETECTOR CHALLENGES
LARGE DETECTORS
NEUTRAL PARTICLES
CHARGED PARTICLES
AXIONS AND GRAVITATIONAL WAVES DETECTORS
NOVEL IDEAS AND APPLICATIONS
WRAP-UP
PHYSICS-DRIVEN DETECTOR CHALLENGES
Future accelerator challenges
PoS(IFD2015)002 pdf A. Andreazza
Future rare event challenges
PoS(IFD2015)003 file missing O. Cremonesi
Future neutrino + Extensive Air Shower challenges
PoS(IFD2015)004 pdf M. Spurio
Future space challenges
PoS(IFD2015)005 pdf O. Adriani, P. Papini, P. Spillantini and E. Vannuccini
ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IN DETECTOR CHALLENGES
Nanostructured materials for particle detector
PoS(IFD2015)006 pdf G. Chiodini
New sensors
PoS(IFD2015)007 file missing G.F. Dalla Betta
How can we use SiC?
PoS(IFD2015)008 pdf P. Lenzi and S. Tudisco
New low radiation background material technology
PoS(IFD2015)010 pdf L. Cardani
New low temperature and superconductivities challenges technology
PoS(IFD2015)011 file missing A. Nucciotti
LARGE DETECTORS
MPGD: new developments and applications
PoS(IFD2015)012 pdf S. Levorato and S. Dalla Torre
Large area detectors
PoS(IFD2015)014 file missing I.D. Mitri
Future large volume neutrino detectors
PoS(IFD2015)016 pdf S. Bolognesi
NEUTRAL PARTICLES
New generation of photodetectors
PoS(IFD2015)017 file missing G. Collazuol
New trends in calorimetry
PoS(IFD2015)020 file missing G. Gaudio
New detectors for light sources
PoS(IFD2015)022 pdf L. Ratti
New neutron detections
PoS(IFD2015)023 pdf M.V. Osipenko
CHARGED PARTICLES
Ricordo Prof.Pier Francesco Manfredi
PoS(IFD2015)024 file missing V. Re
Vertexing and tracking with high radiation environment and high pile-up
PoS(IFD2015)025 file missing P. Giubilato
Tracking in 4 dimensions
PoS(IFD2015)026 pdf N. Cartiglia, F. Cenna, M. Ferrero, V. Monaco, M. Obertino, R. Sacchi, G.F. Dalla Betta, L. Pancheri, M. Boscardin, G. Paternoster, G. Dellacasa, S. Garbolino, A. Rivetti, M. Rolo, V. Sola, A. Staiano, R. Arcidiacono and B. Baldassarri
L1 trigger track and pattern recognition applications
PoS(IFD2015)027 file missing G. Punzi
Hybridization, interconnection advances
PoS(IFD2015)030 file missing M. Manghisoni
AXIONS AND GRAVITATIONAL WAVES DETECTORS
Technologies for future gravitational waves detectors
PoS(IFD2015)031 file missing G. Gemme
New detectors for axions
PoS(IFD2015)032 pdf C. Braggio, G. Carugno, M. Guarise, L. Santamaria, V. Di Sarno, P. Maddaloni, A. Ortolan, G. Ruoso, A. Di Lieto, M. Tonelli, P. Spagnolo, G. Cavoto, J. Ferretti, A. Polosa, L. Capparelli and F. Giazotto
NOVEL IDEAS AND APPLICATIONS
What are the new challenges in hadroteraphy?
PoS(IFD2015)033 file missing V. Patera
New needs and directions in microelectronics and ultrafast electronics
PoS(IFD2015)036 pdf A. Rivetti
What's new for Dark Matter (WIMP) detection?
PoS(IFD2015)037 file missing A. Ianni
WRAP-UP
IFD2015: conclusive remarks and perspectives
PoS(IFD2015)038 pdf G. Bonvicini, N. Pastrone, D. Calvo, M.G. Catanesi, P. Olivero and E. Previtali