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Letter of Intent for Detector R&D Towards an EIC Detector. TK Hemmick for the EIC Tracking R&D Group. Why a LOI Response to a Call for Proposals?. The EIC community is an ever-growing and diverse set of scientists with a broad range of physics goals.

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letter of intent for detector r d towards an eic detector

Letter of Intent for Detector R&D Towards an EIC Detector

TK Hemmickfor theEIC Tracking R&D Group

why a loi response to a call for proposals
Why a LOI Response to a Call for Proposals?
  • The EIC community is an ever-growing and diverse set of scientists with a broad range of physics goals.
  • Tracking and PID technologies must be driven by the physics goals of the EIC and not by the technology du jour.
  • Success will be defined by
    • Gathering a community that cross-cuts R&D with physics.
    • Drawing upon diverse experience to formulate reasoned plans.
  • Our Letter of Intent:
    • Announces a fledgling community taking on this task.
    • Contains requests for small scale “seed grant” work of likely interest.
    • Promises a full R&D tracking proposal in one year’s time.
who are we
Who are we?
  • Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • Florida Institute of Technology
  • Iowa State University
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Riken Research Center at BNL
  • Stony Brook University
  • University of Virginia
  • Yale University
brookhaven lab
Brookhaven Lab
  • Hadron-Blind Detector
  • Chevron charge division
  • Fast drift TPC
  • ASIC development
  • VUV spectrometry
florida institute of technology
Florida Institute of Technology
  • CMS High-h Upgrade
  • RD51 SRS readout System
  • Large Area GEM production
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MIT
  • STAR Forward GEM Tracker
  • Strip-pixel readout scheme.
  • Industry-based GEM production(TechEtch Company)
  • Large Area GEM-hole cert. equipment.
stony brook university
Stony Brook University
  • Hadron-Blind Detector
  • Large Clean Room
  • Gas Chromatography
  • CsI Photocathodes
university of virginia
University of Virginia
  • Super Big Bite
  • SoLID
yale university
Yale University
  • STAR
  • Forward GEM Tracker
  • Developed Strip-pixel readout system.
  • Short term proposal:
    • 3-coordinate strip-pixel readout.
fast drift tpc development
Fast Drift TPC Development
  • Request Help on this slide from Craig Woody…
large area readout using chevrons
Large Area Readout Using Chevrons
  • Request Help from Marcus Holmann…
csi rich possibilities
CsI RICH Possibilities.
  • The Stony Brook group wishes to investigate the feasibility of CsI-coated GEMs as a large area, B-field tolerant solution for RICH work.
  • Operating in CF4 the PHENIX HBD detector demonstrated the highest measured N0 of any large Cherenkov Detector.
  • However, there are limitations due to the sensitivity range of CsI (110 – 200 nm).
    • Windows for liquid radiator provide higher cutoff.
    • Most (not all) optics for reflection provide higher cutoff.
    • Aerogel opaque in sensitive range.
large area gem w hidden readout
Large Area GEM w/ “hidden” Readout
  • Request Help from Lilange to finish…
strip pixel r d
Strip-pixel R&D
  • Request Help from Richard Majka to finish slide…
simulations begun
Simulations begun…
  • The most important work over the coming year involves simulations to propose viable technology choices for R&D.
  • A simulation framework exists.
  • The work plan involves driving processes:
    • FL drives momentum precision.
    • Ds drives PID.