Webinar: Current status of Hamamatsu detectors for High energy physics

Starts: 17 February, 2022

Ends: 17 February, 2022




Abstract: Hamamatsu Photonics has been producing many sensors like a photomutiplier tube (PMT) to HEP (High energy physics) experiments. The MPPC, which is a part of the SiPM family, was developed about 10 years ago. The most important feature is its photon counting capability due to high gain and low noise, but the MPPC has many additional features such as compact size, low operation voltage, robustness, high detection efficiency, and immunity to magnetic field. Many scientists have used MPPCs for HEP experiments like T2K experiment and MEG-II experiment. In this presentation, we will discuss the features of MPPCs for HEP experiments. And we will talk about the feature of developing MPPCs. Also, on this occasion, we will show the basics and the applications for PMTs, and we will introduce our PMT lineup which is being widely used for HEP experiments.

Speaker: Dr. Yuto Ohashi & Dr. Kensuke Suzuki, Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.

Connection: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87891564792?pwd=Q0o4cDkvZmxtbGlvcnJ4UGlMT1VHUT09

Meeting ID: 878 9156 4792 / Passcode: 261573