Thursday, August 06, 2015

Low Temperature Detector Conference

The bi-annual International Workshop on Low Temperature Detectors (LTD) has been held in Grenoble, France on July 20- 24, 2015. Most of the presentations are published on-line and reveal quite a huge differences between the regular room temperature approaches and the cryogenic ones. One of the exotic techniques is Kinetic Inductance Detectors presented by Ben Mazin, UCSB:

Extrinsic Blocked Impurity Band detectors are now being made of Ge and use stacked ROIC, as presented in "Development for Germanium Blocked Impurity Band Far-Infrared Image Sensors with Fully-Depleted Silicon-On-Insulator CMOS Readout Integrated Circuit" by Takehiko Wada, et al.:

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