The ILD/CALICE Silicon-Tungsten Electromagnetic Calorimeter: status and potential

Abstract : The Particle Flow Algorithms adopted for future e+e−e+e− colliders detectors and phase-II CMS upgrade require very high granularity calorimeters to deconvolve the individual contributions of particles in jets. This is especially true for electromagnetic calorimeters (ECAL). For a realistic large detector many technological requirements have to be fulfilled: modularity for industrialization; compact integration of an embedded very front-end electronics featuring large dynamics, low-power and self-triggering; mechanical structure and cooling systems with minimal dead zones. The technological prototype of the silicon-tungsten (SiW) ECAL presented here should achieve all this. 10 layers are produced and tested in beam, while design and optimization studies are ongoing on a variety of simulated key processes to test the performance of the hardware and the algorithms.
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38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Aug 2016, Chicago, United States. PoS, ICHEP2016, pp.1085, 2017
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Kostiantyn Shpak. The ILD/CALICE Silicon-Tungsten Electromagnetic Calorimeter: status and potential. 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Aug 2016, Chicago, United States. PoS, ICHEP2016, pp.1085, 2017. 〈hal-01669858〉

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