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  • Department of Physics

    Hiranya Peiris, professor of cosmoparticle physics at the Department of Physics and director of the Oskar Klein Center, Stockholm University, has been awarded with the Eddington Medal 2021 by the Royal Astronomical Society for her ground-breaking exploration of the origins of the Universe.

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  • Researchers in Sweden develop light emitter for

    2021-5-10 · Researchers in Sweden develop light emitter for quantum circuits. by KTH Royal Institute of Technology. A close-up look at the integrated chip that emits photons. (Image: courtesy of Ali Elshaari ...

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  • Graphene Detectors Bring Terahertz Astronomy to Light

    2019-9-25 · The graphene detector pioneered by Lara-Avila and colleagues in Sweden, Finland, and the United Kingdom is described in a recent issue of the journal Nature Astronomy. The group doped its …

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  • Detector Electronics Expert - Physics World | Jobs

    2021-5-20 · Detector Electronics Expert. The European Spallation Source has a vacancy for a Detector Electronics Expert. Closing soon; Closing date: 13 Jun 2021 Sweden | European Spallation Source Date posted: 20 May 2021 Job type: Research facilities Disciplines: Electronics & semiconductors | Accelerators, neutron & light sources

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  • PHYS 352 Radiation Detectors II: Scintillation Detectors

    2011-4-5 · light detector •very frequently a photomultiplier tube is used though photodiodes (or avalanche photodiodes) have been used also as the light sensor •when there is a lot of scintillation light, the high gain, high sensitivity of a PMT might not be required •acrylic …

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  • Physics - Multi-Echo Imaging

    2021-4-30 · A bat can reconstruct its surroundings by emitting a chirp and listening for the waves that bounce off nearby objects. A new system takes this echolocation to the next level by recording sound or light waves that bounce multiple times off walls and other objects within a room [].The technique uses a bare-bones setup with a fixed emitting device and a single-pixel detector.

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  • An Inexpensive Fast-Light Detector for Student ...

    An Inexpensive Fast-Light Detector for Student Laboratories An Inexpensive Fast-Light Detector for Student Laboratories Sanders, Steven G.; Porter, Eshmal; LaBash, Louis 1969-09-01 00:00:00 A high-speed PIN diode and a transistor amplifier have been evaluated for use in student experiments with a pulsed-ruby laser. The electrical transient response of the amplifier and cabling was determined ...

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  • Development of Detector Systems for Internal and

    Development of Detector Systems for Internal and Fixed Target Heavy Ion Physics Experiments Golubev, Pavel LU () In Cosmic and Subatomic Physics Dissertation. Mark; Abstract This thesis deals with intermediate energy heavy ion reactions with the particular aim to study the nuclear matter equation of state which defines the relation between statistical parameters of a fermionic system.

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  • Brightest cosmic light detected on Tibetan Plateau

    2021-5-17 · Brightest cosmic light detected on Tibetan Plateau may help rewrite laws of physics Lhaaso cosmic ray detector detects more than a dozen sources of ‘oh-my-God’ particles

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  • Evidence for light-by-light scattering in heavy-ion ...

    2017-8-14 · Using 480 μb −1 of lead–lead collision data recorded at a centre-of-mass energy per nucleon pair of 5.02 TeV by the ATLAS detector, here we report evidence for light-by-light scattering. A ...

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  • WASA - Department of Physics and Astronomy -

    2021-6-10 · WASA (Wide Angle Shower Apparatus) is a detector system for charged and neutral particles which has been designed to study production and decay of light mesons. After successful operation at CELSIUS data taking as fixed target internal experiment at the COoler SYnchrotron and storage ring COSY at Forschungszentrum Jülich started in 2007. COSY ...

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  • Master's Programme in Physics - Stockholm University

    AMO-physics (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics) In AMO-physics, the interaction between light and matter on various scales, from the atomic to molecular level is studied to understand and control atoms, molecules, and light in new ways that were hardly dreamed about, only a decade ago. Recommended course package: FK7057 Atomic physics, 7.5 hp

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  • TRAINING-WEEK IN ACCELERATOR PHYSICS

    2013-5-22 · Elias Métral, Training-week in Accelerator Physics, Lund, Sweden, May 27-31, 2013 /42 19 FAST WIRE SCANNER IN SS54 OF THE PS SCINTILLATORS ⇒ Producing light PHOTOMULTIPLIER ⇒ Converting light into

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  • Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 110601 (2021) - Optically

    2021-3-18 · 2 Department of Physics, Lund University, P.O. Box 118, SE-22100 Lund, Sweden; 3 The Dodd-Walls Centre for Photonic and Quantum Technologies, Department of Physics, University of Otago, 730 Cumberland Street, Dunedin 9016, New Zealand * [email protected][email protected]

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  • Cherenkov light imaging in particle and nuclear

    2020-2-1 · 1. Introduction. Cherenkov radiation is light produced when a charged particle traverses a medium with a refractive index at a speed higher than the speed of light in that medium. The threshold speed for the production of Cherenkov radiation depends on the refractive index and is given by the equation: (1) β t h = v t h c = 1 n ( λ) Where n ...

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  • A high-efficiency ultraviolet light detector based on ...

    Detection of ultraviolet (UV) light with high single-photon efficiency is required in many fields, from dark matter experiments to astronomical surveys, and even air pollution monitoring. Traditional detection techniques are based on the use of photo-multiplier tubes, which have typical single-photon efficiency of 20-25% for wavelengths λ < 300 nm, and are susceptible to thermal...

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  • IceCube detection of a high-energy particle proves 60

    2021-3-10 · IceCube detection of a high-energy particle proves 60-year-old theory. A South Pole scene of the IceCube Laboratory against a backdrop of auroras displayed inside an artistic rendition of a photomultiplier tube. The resonance is depicted as a glowing blue rod, representing the first string in IceCube to observe early pulses from the event.

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  • Development of Detector Systems for Internal and

    Development of Detector Systems for Internal and Fixed Target Heavy Ion Physics Experiments Golubev, Pavel LU () In Cosmic and Subatomic Physics Dissertation. Mark; Abstract This thesis deals with intermediate energy heavy ion reactions with the particular aim to study the nuclear matter equation of state which defines the relation between statistical parameters of a fermionic system.

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  • A Water Cherenkov Test Beam Experiment for Hyper ...

    2019-10-7 · Measure important physics processes for the modeling of water Cherenkov detector responses, including high-angle Cherenkov light production, pion scattering and absorption, and secondary neutron production in hadron scattering. We aim to start operation of the water Cherenkov test experiment in 2021-2022. II. INTRODUCTION & MOTIVATION

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  • Megahertz single-particle imaging at the European

    2020-5-29 · Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University, Box 516, SE-75120, Uppsala, Sweden Nicusor Timneanu State University of New York …

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  • Light Detector Circuit using Wheatstone Bridge

    2017-12-1 · Circuit Diagram of Light Detector: Working of Light Detector using Wheatstone bridge. As we know in Wheatstone bridge, if the difference of voltage drop is zero between point C and D the ratio of resistance R1 and R2 is equal to the ratio of resistance R3 and R4, where R4 is the unknown resistance, R1 and R2 are known resistors and R3 is the potentiometer.

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  • Light-tissue Interaction Modeling Using COMSOL ...

    Sweden; Switzerland; ... generally employs the reflected or transmitted light between multiple source-detector pairs on the tissue surface to reconstruct the distributions of the optical properties or their variations inside an object, and then relates these physical parameters to a physiological or pathological status in biological tissue ...

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  • Physics - Don’t Let Them Know You’re Watching

    2004-5-14 · Now Björn Hessmo and his team from the Royal Institute of Technology in Kista, Sweden, have measured nonlocality for a single particle of light, a photon, adapting a method proposed in the early 1990’s . Hessmo’s team sent a light beam into a standard beam splitter to deflect half of the light to the left and let the other half pass ...

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  • The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics - Press release ...

    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2017 was divided, one half awarded to Rainer Weiss, the other half jointly to Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne 'for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves'.

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  • Measuring distance with light | Hamamatsu Photonics

    2015-4-2 · In TOF methods, the distance comes from measuring the time it takes the light signal to travel the distance between the target and the light detector. In a typical direct TOF setup, a clock measures this time, while in an indirect TOF setup, the time is inferred from, for example, the phase relationship between intensity-modulated emitted and ...

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  • Physics - A Neat Way to Slow Down Light

    2017-3-7 · Quantum Physics Qubits Could Act as Sensitive Dark Matter Detectors April 8, 2021. A detector made from superconducting qubits could allow researchers to search for dark matter particles 1000 times faster than other techniques can. Read More »

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  • Our research groups | University of Oxford

    2021-6-16 · Beecroft Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology. The BIPAC is a hub of research in theoretical astrophysics and physics, focusing on the origin and evolution of the universe, the formation of large scale structure, dark energy, dark matter and the theory of gravitation. View group.

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  • Simulation of the response of the Solid State Neutron ...

    2021-5-11 · The detector associated with the SKADI instrument is the Solid-state Neutron Detector (SoNDe) , , which has a total area of ∼ 1040 × 1040 mm 2, and is constructed from 400 52 × 52 mm 2 elements. Each element consists of a 50 × 50 × 1 mm 3 sheet of GS20 [8] 6 Li-doped glass scintillator coupled optically to a Hamamatsu H12700 A 8 × 8 ...

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  • Photon-counting x-ray detectors for CT - IOPscience

    2021-1-28 · The detector NPS can be obtained by taking the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) of the auto-covariance of the counts measured by the detector array (Cunningham 2000). In the special case for which a fraction p of the λ photons that are counted in a pixel are counted also in the neighboring pixels ( p /2 to the left and p /2 to the right), the ...

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  • Computer simulation analysis of source-detector

    Light transport simulations are performed to provide information about the position dependence of the laser- and detector probe on the thorax of the infant. The result of the simulations, based on the study method and the specified model used in this work, indicates that measurement geometries in front and on the side of the lung are favorable ...

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  • Home | ESS

    2021-4-16 · World’s smallest neutrino detector finds big physics fingerprint 03-08-2017. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Neutrons Help To Remove Barriers Standing In The Way Of Safer, Better Batteries For Electric Vehicles 02-08-2017. Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering. Iron secrets behind superconductors unlocked 07-07-2017. Niels Bohr Institute

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  • Light can scatter from light, CERN ... - Physics World

    2019-8-14 · These light flashes will then hit opposite sides of the detector, revealing the characteristics of the original scattering event. Colliding lead ions In 2017, both the ATLAS and CMS collaborations, based at the LHC, searched for evidence of these photon pairs during high-energy collisions between lead ions that they had recorded in 2015.

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  • Measuring distance with light | Hamamatsu Photonics

    2015-4-2 · In TOF methods, the distance comes from measuring the time it takes the light signal to travel the distance between the target and the light detector. In a typical direct TOF setup, a clock measures this time, while in an indirect TOF setup, the time is inferred from, for example, the phase relationship between intensity-modulated emitted and ...

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  • Introduction to Infrared (Part 1): The Physics Behind ...

    2018-4-8 · Infrared (IR) light is an electromagnetic radiation of small particles named photons. All objects at temperatures above absolute zero (-273°C or -459.69°F) emit infrared radiation, and this is how heat is transferred and detected by IR (thermal) cameras. This is why a thermal camera can operate even in complete darkness.

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  • Physics and operation of the MPPC silicon

    2014-2-2 · Section I: The physics of an APD. Central to the operation of an APD as a photodetector is the presence of a p-n junction in its structure. The middle panel of Figure 2 shows schematically the typical p + - p - n construction of an APD. The structure is externally reverse-biased by V BIAS, which, together with the intrinsic electric field of the p-n junction, create an electric field whose ...

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  • The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise

    2015-8-17 · The ALICE experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN has made a precise measurement of the difference between ratios of the mass and electric charge of light …

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  • Two-Photon Physics - World Scientific

    1994-2-4 · Two-photon physics, i.e. photon–photon collisions in electron–positron colliders, a relatively new field in elementary particle physics, has become very popular in the last 20 years. Many experiments have been performed in this field, and the theoretical implications (in particular in quantum chromodynamics) have been studied in much detail.

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  • Photon-counting x-ray detectors for CT - IOPscience

    2021-1-28 · The detector NPS can be obtained by taking the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) of the auto-covariance of the counts measured by the detector array (Cunningham 2000). In the special case for which a fraction p of the λ photons that are counted in a pixel are counted also in the neighboring pixels ( p /2 to the left and p /2 to the right), the ...

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  • Physics - Nuggets of New Physics

    2007-11-20 · Nuggets of New Physics. If there are building blocks inside quarks, they might be detectable in the form of superdense objects in space. Death of a star. A large star explodes in a supernova, sterilizing an Earth-like planet, in this artist’s rendering. Some supernovae emit bursts of gamma rays that could be used to search for preon nuggets ...

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  • UpcomingConferences < CLIC < TWiki

    25th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics. (Norfolk, USA) Fully Virtual. 2021-02-28. TBA. website. 2021-05-31. CHARM 2020 - RESCHEDULED. 10th International Workshop on Charm Physics. Mexico City, Mexico.

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  • Light can scatter from light, CERN ... - Physics World

    2019-8-14 · These light flashes will then hit opposite sides of the detector, revealing the characteristics of the original scattering event. Colliding lead ions In 2017, both the ATLAS and CMS collaborations, based at the LHC, searched for evidence of these photon pairs during high-energy collisions between lead ions that they had recorded in 2015.

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  • IceCube Detection of a High-Energy Particle –

    2021-3-10 · The South Pole neutrino detector saw a Glashow resonance event, a phenomenon predicted by Nobel laureate physicist Sheldon Glashow in 1960 where an electron antineutrino and an electron interact to produce a W- boson. On December 6, 2016, a high-energy particle called an …

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  • The PERDaix detector - ScienceDirect

    2012-12-11 · The PERDaix detector consists of a time-of-flight system, a scintillating fiber tracking detector, a permanent magnet and a transition radiation detector ().Due to the limited lifting capacity of the BEXUS-11 balloon and the geometrical dimensions of the gondola, the detector has the dimensions of 246×400×859 mm 3, a geometrical acceptance of 32 cm 2 sr, a low weight of 40 kg and a low power ...

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  • Fermi: Science - Instruments - LAT

    2011-11-1 · This detector technology has a long and successful history of application in accelerator-based high-energy physics. It is well-matched to the requirements of high detection efficiency (>99%), excellent position resolution (<60 μm in this design),large signal:noise (>20:1), negligible cross-talk, and ease of trigger and readout with no consumables.

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  • First observations of speed of light tracks by a ...

    2018-5-22 · The flight ended successfully after maintaining the target altitude of 38 km for five hours. One part of the mission was a 2.5 hour underflight using a helicopter equipped with three UV light sources (LED, xenon flasher and laser) to perform an inflight calibration and examine the detectors capability to measure tracks moving at the speed of light.

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  • Liquid Ar and Liquid Xe TPC Chamber:Detector Type ...

    2021-6-18 · Liquid Ar and Liquid Xe TPC Chamber. A Time-Projection Chamber (TPC) detector is a type of detector used for particle and nuclear physics. It generally consists of a detection volume of gas or liquid, to which a strong electric field is applied, a position-sensitive electron collector and a read-out system. If a high-energy particle hits the ...

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  • Efficient Single-Photon Detection with 7.7 ps Time ...

    2021-3-12 · A broad range of scientific and industrial disciplines require precise optical measurements at very low light levels. Single-photon detectors combining high efficiency and high time resolution are pivotal in such experiments. By using relatively thick films of NbTiN (8–11 nm) and improving the pattern fidelity of the nanostructure of the superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors ...

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  • Hot Branching Dynamics in a Light‐Harvesting Iron

    2019-10-10 · In a light‐harvesting complex, the absorption of light creates a charge‐separated state, and the study of ultrafast photo‐induced dynamics has recently received considerable attention. 1-7 The ultrafast progression of excited states after the initial light absorption is determined by the shapes and crossings of the excited‐state ...

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  • UpcomingConferences < CLIC < TWiki

    25th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics. (Norfolk, USA) Fully Virtual. 2021-02-28. TBA. website. 2021-05-31. CHARM 2020 - RESCHEDULED. 10th International Workshop on Charm Physics. Mexico City, Mexico.

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  • Is the speed of light in all media independent of ...

    2019-12-11 · The above formula gives the speed that will be measured by your detector number 3, if we take it that the detector works in the usual way by measuring distances and times in its own rest frame. The result for detector number 2 will be frac{c/n + v}{1 + v n c}. Another question that arises is the speed of the light relative to the water.

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