Nuclear and Subnuclear Physics Laboratory


course ID

Lecturer

CFU

10

Length

14 Weeks

Semester DD

First


Course details

chamber, TPC, RPC
- Semiconductor detectors
- Particle identification: Rich and Cerenkov detectors
The course includes small experiments in laboratory on:
- Gamma rays sources using inorganic scintillators
- Detector electronics

Objectives

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
A detailed knowledge of the latest techniques and technologies used in Nuclear and Particles Physics and a deep understanding of the theoretical principles on which they are based.


KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
At the end of the course, the student will learn the main experimental techniques employed to make measurements in Nuclear and Particle Physics, the experimental setups of the most advanced collision experiments and how to use the Geant4 Monte Carlo to simulate a detector and its performance.