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Position sensitive disc for charged particle detection
 
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Position sensitive disc for charged particle detection


A plastic scintillating disc (NE102, 3 cm thick, 1 m diameter) has been designed for detecting charged pions in nuclear reactions at intermediate energy. A hole of 20cm diameter was made in the middle of the disc in order to allow for the beam passage through the detector. The originality of the detector consists of the simultaneous use of four very compact central Photo Multiplier Tubes (PMT) and eight peripheral PMTs in order to retrieve the hitting point of a charged particle onto the disc surface with a space resolution of ± 3 cm. The original method has been developed by using polar coordinates and only the Time-Of-Flight information (TOF) from three or four nearest PMTs, including at least one central PMT.

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V. Bellini, F. Palazzolo, A. Scirè, M. L. Sperduto, S. Albergo, G. Poli, R. Potenza, C. Randieri, V. Russo, M. C. Sutera, M. Capogni, C. Schaerf, A. D’Angelo, D. Moricciani, A. V. Kuznetsov, B. Girolami, F. Ghio (2001)

8th Pisa Meeting on Advanced Detectors, La Biodola, Isola d’Elba (Italy), 21-27 May 2000. Frontier Detectors for Frontier Physics, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, 1 April 2001, Vol. 461, Issues 1-3, pp. 174-177, doi: 10.1016/S0168-9002(00)01199-2.

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Cristian Randieri

Cristian Randieri is a brilliant intelligent and great proactivity person and an effective communicator and visionary. He has built a strong (and deserved) reputation as someone with vision, diligence and honour. Cristian is not a simple engineer but he is a real Scientist. His knowledge is not restricted to the area it covers, but its impressive passion for all the technical topics led him to acquire great skills even in areas far from his original studies. Cristian is able to address and solve complex technical problems with excellent results. He is a valuable writer with great scientific background formed with more than 15 years of active research on experimental Nuclear Physics performed in the most famous international research laboratories such as CERN, ESRF, INF. He write about HI-Tech solutions topics and advanced research study applied to industry. With more than 150 scientific & technical publications, he is also, a technical and famous writer in Italy due to his interviews released to the most famous Industrial Italian magazines. Actually, he is the President & CEO of Intellisystem Technologies an Italian Research & Developments company committed to develop and sell innovative and advanced solutions.

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