ArgonCube is a novel design for building advanced Liquid Argon Time Projection Chambers (TPCs) .
This design is based on detector modularisation, enabling the scalability to large active detector masses. ArgonCube developed new technologies for a more robust and reliable TPC operation, including a pixelated charge readout, light detectors with a precise time resolution, and a new approach to produce and shape electric fields using a highly resistive sheet. The ArgonCube design will be applied in DUNE , a next-generation neutrino experiment.
We will have a workshop focused on 2x2 analysis at the University of Bern, Switzerland, on January 19-21, 2023. This will be right before the DUNE collaboration week starting on Monday January 23, 2023 at CERN.
Elementary particles in the
Standard Model of Particle Physics
For particle detection
Near-Detector of the
Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE)
Developed Detector Technologies
within the ArgonCube Research Program
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Posters presented at National
and Internation conferences.