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Particle Physics Seminar


Micro Strip Gas Chambers in use - The Legacy of MSGCs and HERA-B

Carsten Krauss
Univ Heidelberg

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Wed. May 14, 2003     1:30 PM     201 Stirling

Abstract
 
Reliable tracking in a high rate hadronic environment is a challenge for detector construction and operation. The extensive R&D programm triggered by this problem led to the invention of micro pattern detectors which were foreseen to be used in many new HEP experiments. HERA-B is the first experiment to build a large scale system of this kind. I will report about the outcome of this enterprise and the (final) data taken with the detector.

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