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Astrophysics Breakout Don Figer RIT, RIDL. Charge to Breakout Sessions. Breakout groups will determine: the most pressing questions in their area that leverage QLIDs the most important detector characteristics for answering these questions

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Astrophysics breakout don figer rit ridl

Astrophysics BreakoutDon FigerRIT, RIDL


Charge to breakout sessions

Charge to Breakout Sessions

Breakout groups will determine:

the most pressing questions in their area that leverage QLIDs

the most important detector characteristics for answering these questions

the specific technologies that are most promising for achieving these characteristics

the hurdles for implementing these technologies

the R&D roadmap for overcoming these hurdles

the funding opportunities for executing the R&D roadmap

The four areas are:

biomedical

astrophysics

Earth system science

defense/homeland security

Group leads will present findings in the final session of the workshop.

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Breakout session leads

Breakout Session Leads

BiomedicalTim Tredwell

AstrophysicsDon Figer

Earth Systems ScienceJeff Puschell

Defensee/Homeland SecurityMark Bocko

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The top five science drivers for detectors astrophysics

The Top Five Science Drivers for Detectors: Astrophysics

What is dark energy? (QE, read noise, DC)

What is dark matter? (QE, read noise, DC)

What processes alter the surfaces of planets/moons? (thermal imaging, LIDAR, dynamic features with DFPA)

Do Earth-like planets exist?

Does extraterrestrial life exist? (O3, MIR)

When was the Universe enriched with metals?

How were galaxies assembled?

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The top detector characteristics for astrophysics

The Top Detector Characteristics for: Astrophysics

in-pixel wavelength discrimination

high QE across broad range

low dark current

zero read noise

time-tagging (for LIDAR)

larger formats (>10K x 10K)‏

lower power, higher temp. operation

lower cost operation (e.g. standardized ASIC, easier than SIDECAR)‏

high dynamic range: 1 - 1E7 photons

high speed capabilities, yet retain low noise

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Reference chart key detector characteristics

Reference Chart: Key Detector Characteristics

Homeland

Safety

Biomedical

Imaging

Earth

System

Science

Defense

Quantum-Limited

Imaging Detector

Read

Noise

Dark

Current

QE

λ

λ/Δλ

Δt

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Detector performance requirements for astrophysics

Detector Performance Requirements for: Astrophysics

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The most promising detector technologies for astrophysics

The Most Promising Detector Technologies for: Astrophysics

TES, SSPD: wavelength detection

SSPD, GM-APD: zero read noise

MCP: single photon counting UV

GM-APD: time-tagging

Digital solid state photomultiplier array (BiB, Rockwell Anaheim/Boeing)

DFPA

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Hurdles for the most promising detector technologies for astrophysics

Hurdles for the Most Promising Detector Technologies for: Astrophysics

TES: QE, temperature, format

GM-APD: afterpulsing

SSPD: cold operation

TES: extremely cold, not ideal wavelength coverage

DFPA: for low backgrounds??

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Detector r d roadmap for astrophysics

Detector R&D Roadmap for: Astrophysics

GM-APD

demonstrate 1 e-/s/pixel

demonstrate ~64x64 diode/ROIC array at 150 K

design megapixel array and demonstrate at telescope

SSPD (NbN)

demonstrate an array with high QE

TES

demonstrate QE vs. lambda from UV to MIR

find magic material that operates at higher T

demonstrate low noise

DFPA

demonstrate low background capability

demonstrate long integration time

demonstrate low noise

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Funding possibilities astrophysics

Funding Possibilities: Astrophysics

NASA ROSES APRA, PIDDP

NSF ATI

Private

DARPA MTO BAA

Stimulus funding

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