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Microdosimetry with a 3D silicon on insulator (SOI) detector in a low energy proton beamline
An accurate description of the radiation quality of proton beams is a precondition to increase our understanding of radiobiological mechanisms and to develop accurate biological response models for radiotherapy. However, there are few detectors capable of measuring microdosimetric quantities with...
Radiation shielding evaluation of spacecraft walls against heavy ions using microdosimetry
...– Despite the low contribution of heavy ions to the total fluence in the space radiation environment, their radiobiological effect on the human body are extremely high. In this paper, we investigated the radiation field which resulted from the interaction of Galactic Cosmic Rays (GCRs...
Fabrication and First Characterization of Silicon-Based Full 3-D Microdosimeters
Characterization of boron-coated silicon sensors for thermal neutron detection
Characterization of SINTEF 3D diodes with trenched-electrode geometry before and after neutron irradiation
Validation of linear energy transfer computed in a Monte Carlo dose engine of a commercial treatment planning system
Thinned Commercial Foundry-built High Energy Physics Sensors using Microwave Anneal
In order to support the high luminosity upgrades at ATLAS and CMS, thinned silicon sensors for hybrid pixel detectors are critical to improve radiation hardness, reduce detector mass, and address high occupancy rates. Because silicon wafer processing tools are not equipped to handle thin wafers, the...
Validation of Geant4 for silicon microdosimetry in heavy ion therapy
Microdosimetry is a particularly powerful method to estimate the relative biological effectiveness (RBE) of any mixed radiation field. This is particularly convenient for therapeutic heavy ion therapy (HIT) beams, referring to ions larger than protons, where the RBE of the beam can vary...