Thu, 10/06/2016 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Morse 301
Space Science Seminar
John Murphy, Ph.D, Sales Director

SensL Silicon Photomultipliers – Technology Overview & Update

Abstract: Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPMs) have become the go-to modern photodetector for an ever-expanding range of scintillation-based systems in medical and security applications. They are now being adopted in many industrial & automotive applications and the High Energy Physics community continues to find new uses for the technology.
 
The ability to create arrays of highly uniform, cost effective and low-power consumption SiPM detectors to replace PMT/APD/PIN detection systems is a significant benefit of the technology and SensL is the leading manufacturer of a range of industrialised SiPMs with high detection efficiency, industry-leading device to device uniformity, low temperature dependency and industry-leading dark current which is essential for numerous application.
 
This presentation will provide a technology update and overview of Sensl’s SiPM families, our quality, reliability and provide example applications including scintillation based detectors, cryogenic experiments (neutrino, dark-matter, double beta-less decay etc) and give an indication of how our technology is currently being evaluated for time-of-flight LiDAR in numerous applications. SensL is actively engaged with numerous HEP experiments globally (CALICE, Mu2e, DUNE, IceCube, DarkSide, NEXT, nEXO, Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) and many others – several calorimetry experiments require knowledge of the radiation hardness of SiPM technology and an overview of this will also be presented.