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The following reserchers have worked in the frame of PicoSEC-MCNet during the years 2011-2015. Their individual research projects are listed here below.

Individual Research Projects*

* sorted by ESR (Early Stage Researcher), then ER (Experienced Researcher).

ESR1: Pawel Modrzynski
(from Poland, working at CERN, Switzerland)

Research Project: Understanding and improving light production, light transport, light collection in scintillators.

ESR2: Mythra Varun Nemallapudi
(from India, working at CERN, Switzerland)

Research Project: Evaluation of scintillator timing performance with different SiPM types (analog and digital).

ESR3: Farah Ben Mimuon Bel Hadj
(from France, working at CERN, Switzerland)

Research Project: Development and optimization of a matrix assembly for PET detector: crystal coating and Assembly, coupling of optical component and photodetectors.

ESR4: Esteban Venilago
(from Argentina/Spain, working at TU-Delft, The Netherlands)

Research Project: Design of time-to-digital converter (TDC) arrays;readout of individual single-photon detecting pixels based on SPADs.

ESR5: Augusto Carimatto
(from Argentina, working at TU-Delft, The Netherlands)

Research Project: Design of single-photon detector arrays (SPADs) in CMOS; event-driven column readout or on-chip data reorganization.

ESR6: Daniele Cortinovis
(from Italy, working at DESY, Germany)

Research Project: Development of front-end electronics for fast SiPM readout.

ESR7: Aliakbar Ebrahimi
(from Iran, working at DESY, Germany)

Research Project: Use of SiPMs for fast timing in highly granular calorimeters.

ESR8: Sara Faraj
(from Lebanon, working at Fibercryst, France)

Research Project: Micro-pulling-down growth of shaped single crystals, quality and efficiency improvement of this technique.

ESR9: Vera Stankova
(from Bulgaria, working at UHEI, Germany)

Research Project: Design of SiPM readout chip + TDC for TOF applications.

ESR10: Huangshan Chen
(from China, working at UHEI, Germany)

Research Project: Design, construction and test of a TOF-PET prototype.

ESR11: Alexander Rapidis
(from Greece, working at KLO…, France)

Research Project: Fabrication of optical coupling microstructures via laser direct writing.

ESR12: Viesturs Veckalns
(from Latvia, working at LIP, Portugal)

Research Project: Design and characterization of TOF ASIC.

ESR13: Carlos Zorraquino Gaston
(from Spain, working at LIP, Portugal)

Research Project: Development of high-performance DAQ for PET.

ESR14: Rosana Martinez Turtos
(from Cuba, working at UniMIB, Italy)

Research Project: Characterization and optimization of scintillating crystals for applications to medical imaging and future detectors for high energy physics.

ESR15: Zheng Liu
(from China, working at UniMIB, Italy)

Research Project: Characterization of several types of SiPM.

ESR16: Amitkumar Shah
(from India, working at TUM, Germany)

Research Project: Advanced tracking and navigation for endoscopy.

ESR17: Ferenc Nagy
(from Hungary, working at STMicroelectronics, Italy)

Research Project: Design of a SiPM for Time of Flight-PET.

ESR18: Aron Cserkaszky
(from Hungary, working at Surgiceye, Germany)

Research Project: Image Reconstruction using Tracked Flexible Detectors.

ER1: Andrea Benaglia
(from Italy, working at CERN, Switzerland)

Research Project: Concept, realization and optimization of a crystal fiber matrix prototype for calorimetry in HEP and evaluation of its performance in test beam.

ER2: Alejandro Gil Ortiz
(from Spain, working at UHEI, Germany)

Research Project: Design and characterization of ASIC for fast SiPM readout.

ER3: Yonathan Munwes
(from Israel, working at UHEI, Germany)

Research Project: Research on and test of combined Scint./SiPM systems.

ER4: Matthieu Vangeleyn
(from France, working at KLO…, France)

Research Project: Test and assembly of optical coupling microstructures realised by laser direct writing.

 

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