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Slow control of the Belle II Aerogel Ring Imaging detector
Rok Pestotnik, Karol Adamczyk, Rok Dolenec, Samo Korpar, Peter Križan, Andrej Lozar, Luka Šantelj, Andrej Seljak, Luka Senekovič, 2023, original scientific article

Published in DKUM: 09.05.2024; Views: 87; Downloads: 8
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Exploring the potential of a Cherenkov TOF PET scanner : a simulation study
Gašper Razdevšek, Rok Pestotnik, Peter Križan, Samo Korpar, Dania Consuegra Rodríguez, Andrej Seljak, Andrej Studen, Rok Dolenec, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: The detection of annihilation photons in positron emission tomography (PET) is based on scintillation light detection, but an interesting alternative is detection based on Cherenkov photons. Dense Cherenkov radiators provide an opportunity for high gamma detection efficiency—due to their high stopping power and photofraction—and excellent coincidence time resolution (CTR). However, because only a few tens of Cherenkov photons follow a gamma interaction in the radiator, the detection efficiency, and the energy resolution of a pure Cherenkov detector are an issue. This work explores gamma detection efficiency and CTR of PbF2-based detectors with different surface treatments and photodetectors covering one, two, or all crystal faces. Following the detector simulation analysis, we investigate the potential performance of a full-size Cherenkov PET scanner and quantitatively compare image quality with a commercial clinical PET scanner. We demonstrate that even though pure Cherenkov scanners have basically no energy resolution, the scatter fraction of around 50% is not prohibitively large, and images comparable to the state-of-the-art clinical PET scanner can be achieved due to improved efficiency and CTR attainable with PbF2.
Keywords: Cherenkov TOF PET Scanner
Published in DKUM: 02.04.2024; Views: 147; Downloads: 8
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LAPPD operation using ToFPETv2 PETSYS ASIC
Andrej Seljak, Marko Bračko, Rok Dolenec, Peter Križan, Andrej Lozar, Rok Pestotnik, Samo Korpar, 2023, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: Single photon sensitive detectors used in high energy physics are, in some applica-tions, required to cover areas the size of several m2, and more specifically in very strong demand with an ever finer imaging and timing capability for Cherenkov Ring Imaging Detector (RICH) configurations. We are evaluating the Large Area Picosecond Photo-detector (LAPPD) produced by INCOM company, as a possible candidate for future RICH detector upgrades. In this work we perform tests on the second generation device, which is capacitively coupled to a custom designed anode back plane, consisting of various pixels and strips varying in size, that allows for connecting various readout systems such as standard laboratory equipment, as well as the TOFPET2 ASIC from PETsys company. Our aim is to evaluate what can be achieved by merging currently available technology, in order to find directions for future developments adapted for specific uses.
Keywords: data acquisition circuits, data acquisition concept, front-end electronics for detector readou, digital electronic circuits
Published in DKUM: 06.02.2024; Views: 197; Downloads: 9
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Particle identification performance of the prototype aerogel RICH counter for the Belle II experiment
S. Iwata, Samo Korpar, Peter Križan, Rok Pestotnik, Luka Šantelj, Andrej Seljak, Elvedin Tahirović, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: We have developed a new type of particle identification device, called an aerogel ring imaging Cherenkov (ARICH) counter, for the Belle II experiment. It uses silica aerogel tiles as Cherenkov radiators. For detection of Cherenkov photons, hybrid avalanche photo-detectors (HAPDs) are used. The designed HAPD has a high sensitivity to single photons under a strong magnetic field. We have confirmed that the HAPD provides high efficiency for single-photon detection even after exposure to neutron and $\gamma$-ray radiation that exceeds the levels expected in the 10-year Belle II operation. In order to confirm the basic performance of the ARICH counter system, we carried out a beam test at the using a prototype of the ARICH counter with six HAPD modules. The results are in agreement with our expectations and confirm the suitability of the ARICH counter for the Belle II experiment. Based on the in-beam performance of the device, we expect that the identification efficiency at $3.5\,{\rm GeV}/c$ is 97.4% and 4.9% for pions and kaons, respectively. This paper summarizes the development of the HAPD for the ARICH and the evaluation of the performance of the prototype ARICH counter built with the final design components.
Keywords: H14, elementary particle physics, particle detectors, Belle II detector, ring imaging Cherenkov counters, RICH counters
Published in DKUM: 21.07.2017; Views: 1271; Downloads: 472
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