Research Labs

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updated: 16.11.2015
Radiation Detection Physics Laboratories

Radiation detectors are crucial for a wide range of fields from nuclear and particle physics as well as in medical examinations, biology, and safety devices. The laboratory develops, constructs and tests detectors using new technologies that provide rapid, precise detection of particles for high energy physics experiments. These detectors are used in experiments at international laboratories involving teams from TAU. Gaseous ionization systems and state of the art electronic readout and data acquisition systems are used to operate and analyze the data at various stages of R & D. The laboratories are equipped with a clean room and devices for testing solid-state detectors as well as a large muon hodoscope. The laboratory is collaborating on the development of a novel plasma panel screen based technique to detect various sources of radiation. This technology has important potential applications in homeland security as well as for medical scanning and cancer therapy.

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