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@article{Acar:2023:08/P08024,
author = {Acar, B and Adamov, G and Adloff, C and Afanasiev, S and Akchurin, N and Akgün, B and Alhusseini, M and Alison, J and Figueiredo, De Sa Sousa De Almeida JP and Dias, De Almeida PG and Alpana, A and Alyari, M and Andreev, I and Aras, U and Aspell, P and Atakisi, IO and Bach, O and Baden, A and Bakas, G and Bakshi, A and Banerjee, S and Debarbaro, P and Bargassa, P and Barney, D and Beaudette, F and Beaujean, F and Becheva, E and Becker, A and Behera, P and Belloni, A and Bergauer, T and El, Berni M and Besancon, M and Bhattacharya, S and Bhowmik, D and Bilki, B and Blekman, F and Bloch, P and Bodek, A and Bonanomi, M and Bonnemaison, A and Bonomally, S and Borg, J and Bouyjou, F and Bower, N and Braga, D and Brennan, L and Brondolin, E and Bryant, P and Butler-Nalin, A and Bychkova, O and Callier, S and Calvet, D and Canderan, K and Cankocak, K and Cao, X and Cappati, A and Caraway, B and Caregari, S and Carty, C and Cauchois, A and Ceard, L and Sunar, Cerci D and Cerci, S and Cerminara},
doi = {08/P08024},
journal = {Journal of Instrumentation},
title = {Neutron irradiation and electrical characterisation of the first 8" silicon pad sensor prototypes for the CMS calorimeter endcap upgrade},
url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-0221/18/08/P08024},
volume = {18},
year = {2023}
}

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AB - As part of its HL-LHC upgrade program, the CMS collaboration is replacing its existing endcap calorimeters with a high-granularity calorimeter (CE). The new calorimeter is a sampling calorimeter with unprecedented transverse and longitudinal readout for both electromagnetic and hadronic compartments. Due to its compactness, intrinsic time resolution, and radiation hardness, silicon has been chosen as active material for the regions exposed to higher radiation levels. The silicon sensors are fabricated as 20 cm (8") wide hexagonal wafers and are segmented into several hundred pads which are read out individually. As part of the sensor qualification strategy, 8"sensor irradiation with neutrons has been conducted at the Rhode Island Nuclear Science Center (RINSC) and followed by their electrical characterisation in 2020-21. The completion of this important milestone in the CE's R&D program is documented in this paper and it provides detailed account of the associated infrastructure and procedures. The results on the electrical properties of the irradiated CE silicon sensors are presented.
AU - Acar,B
AU - Adamov,G
AU - Adloff,C
AU - Afanasiev,S
AU - Akchurin,N
AU - Akgün,B
AU - Alhusseini,M
AU - Alison,J
AU - Figueiredo,De Sa Sousa De Almeida JP
AU - Dias,De Almeida PG
AU - Alpana,A
AU - Alyari,M
AU - Andreev,I
AU - Aras,U
AU - Aspell,P
AU - Atakisi,IO
AU - Bach,O
AU - Baden,A
AU - Bakas,G
AU - Bakshi,A
AU - Banerjee,S
AU - Debarbaro,P
AU - Bargassa,P
AU - Barney,D
AU - Beaudette,F
AU - Beaujean,F
AU - Becheva,E
AU - Becker,A
AU - Behera,P
AU - Belloni,A
AU - Bergauer,T
AU - El,Berni M
AU - Besancon,M
AU - Bhattacharya,S
AU - Bhowmik,D
AU - Bilki,B
AU - Blekman,F
AU - Bloch,P
AU - Bodek,A
AU - Bonanomi,M
AU - Bonnemaison,A
AU - Bonomally,S
AU - Borg,J
AU - Bouyjou,F
AU - Bower,N
AU - Braga,D
AU - Brennan,L
AU - Brondolin,E
AU - Bryant,P
AU - Butler-Nalin,A
AU - Bychkova,O
AU - Callier,S
AU - Calvet,D
AU - Canderan,K
AU - Cankocak,K
AU - Cao,X
AU - Cappati,A
AU - Caraway,B
AU - Caregari,S
AU - Carty,C
AU - Cauchois,A
AU - Ceard,L
AU - Sunar,Cerci D
AU - Cerci,S
AU - Cerminara,G
AU - Chadeeva,M
AU - Charitonidis,N
AU - Chatterjee,R
AU - Chen,JA
AU - Chen,YM
AU - Cheng,HJ
AU - Cheng,KY
AU - Cheung,H
AU - Chokheli,D
AU - Cipriani,M
AU - oko,D
AU - Couderc,F
AU - Cuba,E
AU - Danilov,M
AU - Dannheim,D
AU - Daoud,W
AU - Das,I
AU - Dauncey,P
AU - Davies,G
AU - Davignon,O
AU - Day,E
AU - Debbins,P
AU - Defranchis,MM
AU - Delagnes,E
AU - Demiragli,Z
AU - Demirbas,U
AU - Derylo,G
AU - Diaz,D
AU - Diehl,L
AU - Dinaucourt,P
AU - Dincer,GG
AU - Dittmann,J
AU - Dragicevic,M
AU - Dugad,S
AU - Dulucq,F
DO - 08/P08024
PY - 2023///
TI - Neutron irradiation and electrical characterisation of the first 8" silicon pad sensor prototypes for the CMS calorimeter endcap upgrade
T2 - Journal of Instrumentation
UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-0221/18/08/P08024
VL - 18
ER -