Starts: 06 January, 2021
Ends: 06 January, 2021
Abstract: Scintillator is a key component in many scientific instruments which are widely used for nuclear physics, high energy physics, space exploration, medical imaging, radiation monitoring, and well logging etc. I will describe several common techniques for the crystal growth of inorganic materials. Some successfully grown crystals at KNU by the Bridgman method and their scintillation properties will be presented. I also give an overview of progress in developing inorganic single crystals for 0νββ search with the AMORE experiment.
Meeting ID: 852 6097 5124. Passcode: 505124
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