Ch. Poivey

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This work presents the measurements of single event transients and functional interrupts on two designs of readout integrated circuit under a heavy ions beam at cryogenic temperatures. The temperature dependence of the SEFI occurrence is limited.
Proton irradiations were performed on three types of optocouplers at three energies 60 MeV, 100 MeV and 200 MeV, followed by a TID irradiation up to 75 kRAD. GEANT4 allowed the calculation of the fluences needed to induce the same NIEL. As a preliminary result, diode's degradations can be predicted and only depend on the initial minority carrier lifetime(More)
Our solar system is bombarded by galactic cosmic rays (GCR). These consist of electrons and nearly all the elements of the periodic table. The energy of the ions can be as high as 10 eV, but they have their maximum fluence around 1 GeV/n [1]. Here on Earth the atmosphere protects us from most of the GCRs but in space they pose a serious hazard for satellite(More)
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