Publications and responsibilities
Characterization of Sintef 3D diodes with trenches geometry before and after neutron irradiation
Fabrication of active-edge detectors without support wafer using a unique "perforated edge" approach
Characterization of active-edge detectors fabricated without support wafer
Characterization of SINTEF 3D diodes with different inter-electrode spacings after neutron irradiation up to 2 x 10 e16 neutron equivalent/cm^2
Due to radiation hardness requirements, 3D detectors are the best candidate technology for the innermost tracking layers at the High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) as well as for radiation monitoring in long space missions. In the framework of the project "Three-dimensional Low-Voltage Silicon Detecto...
SINTEF 3D Pixel Run-4 fabrication and characterisation
This contribution details the fabrication procedure together with electrical characterisation results. The pre-irradiation evaluation of the sensor assemblies will be shown and the irradiation campaign will be described. Post-irradiation results will be discussed and analysed and future planned deve...
A novel and simple method for fabrication of edgeless silicon radiation detectors
Status of 3D detector development at SINTEF for ITk Upgrade
SINTEF in collaboration with University of Oslo have been performing R&D activities on 3D detectors with the aim to qualify to be a production site for ITk upgrade. In this context, a 3D detector fabrication run has been completed recently with very promising results. Various sensor geometries w...
In-field and out-of-file application in 12C ion therapy using fully 3D silicon microdosimeters
This paper presents recent development of Silicon on Insulator (SOI) detectors for microdosimetry at the Centre for Medical Radiation Physics (CMRP) at the University of Wollongong. A new CMRP SOI microdosimeter design, the 3D mushroom microdosimeter is presented. Modification of SOI design and chan...
3D Silicon Sensors for radiation monitoring in space
The recent revival of space exploration implies an increased interest in space travels that are associated with many challenges and risks, mostly related to the ever-changing adverse space weather. Radiation of any types can be detrimental to both astronauts and the equipment on-board. The capabilit...