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New Detector Initiatives Agenda. 10:00     Coffee 10:30-12:30 Talks-part i (~15mins ) Mike Tyndel - Introduction to NDI group Marcel Stanitzki – Future detector requirements for  collider physics Pawel Majewski – Future DM experiments

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New detector initiatives agenda

New Detector InitiativesAgenda

  • 10:00     Coffee

  • 10:30-12:30 Talks-part i (~15mins ) Mike Tyndel - Introduction to NDI group

  • Marcel Stanitzki – Future detector requirements for  collider physics

  • Pawel Majewski – Future DM experiments

  • Rob Edgecock – New initiatives in Accelerator RD

  •                 Jan Strube – Software tools for future detectors

  • Barbara Camanzi – Detector RD & Cancer Care

  • 12:30-13:30 Lunch

  • 13:30-15:00 Talks-part-ii (~15mins)John Matheson – Pixels for ATLAS, tools & facilities required

  • Steve Worm– Pixels for CMS, tools & facilities required

  •                 Gary Zhang – Active Pixel sensors, tools & facilities required

  • Giulio Villani – Novel ideas for dosimetry, tools & facilities required

  •                 Tim Durkin – Tracking radioactive sources

  • 15:30 Afternoon tea

  • 16:00-17:00 Summary   All – chaired by MTy


Introduction ppd new initiatives group

Introduction – PPD New Initiatives group


Introduction ppd new initiatives group1

Introduction – PPD New Initiatives group


Introduction ppd new initiatives group2

Introduction – PPD New Initiatives group


Introduction goals of today s meeting

Introduction – Goals of today’s meeting

  • Why

    • set up a NDI group?

  • Who

    • is in the NDI group?

  • What

    • are the current research activities in NDI?

    • are the future plans for NDI?

    • do we do next?

Introduction

Summary

Presentations


Ndi why set up a new group

NDI – Why set up a new group?

  • Times are a-changin’ (or seem to be)

    • Science prioritisation resulting in a more focussed program

    • Encouragement to broaden our horizons i.e. contribute to other areas of science & the UK

      • Buzz words: KT, EI, Grand challenges, Futures, BD

    • Squeeze on funding & uncertainty about the next 3 year CSR settlement

    • Recruitment ban

  • We should do something

    • (re)State and defend our role in detector development and construction -

      • Focussed detector RD plan which matches the PP roadmap

      • Demonstrate a commitment to KT by understanding where we have the most impact

      • Need to have an organisation which gets maximum benefit from the in-house expertise

      • Show a commitment to improving efficiency by sharing tools and facilities

      • Establish a scheme to attract students & train them in detector techniques


Ndi who is will be in the ndi

NDI – Who is will be in the NDI?

  • The NDI group is a ‘means to an end’

    • Strengthen the role of PPD in detector development

  • The NDI group will co-exist with the project groups.

  • PPD staff will be able to share time between projects

  • and new detector initiatives

  • For this first Kickoff meeting, invitations were sent to people

    • Active in generic R&D

    • Investigating possible future projects

    • Active in finding new applications for techniques developed in particle physics

    • Currently responsible for departmental research tools and facilities

    • And to anyone else interested and available (apologies from Dave W. & Claire S.)

  • Here today:

    • Rob Edgecock, Barbara Camanzi, Tim Durkin, Stephen Haywood, Pawel Majewski, John Matheson, Norman McCubbin, Marcel Stanitzki, be, Jan Strube, Mike Tyndel, Giulio Villani, Fergus Wilson, Steve Worm, Gary Zhang,

  • What

    • are the current research activities in NDI?

      • Goal of today’s meeting

    • are the future plans for NDI?

    • do we do next?


Ndi what are the current future research activities in ndi

NDI – What are the current/future research activities in NDI?

  • I am listening and taking notes

    • “What can you do for an NDI group?

    • “ What can an NDI group do for you?


Summary session

Summary session

  • Activities

    • Current

    • Over the next 5 years

  • Facilities

    • Currently available

    • Needed over the next 5 years

  • Expertise

    • Currently available in PPD

    • Needed over the next 5 years

  • Funding needed

    • New detector initiatives (fte & capital)

    • To maintain facilities and tools

  • Organisation – first thoughts

    • How should things work within PPD?

    • How should we interact with other areas of STFC (TD, Science departments e.g. ISIS, Diamond, Futures...)

    • With Universities

  • Students

    • How do we incorporate students into our activities


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