Margherita Obertino

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M. Ambrogiani, S. Bagnasco, W. Baldini, D. Bettoni, G. Borreani, A. Buzzo, R. Calabrese, R. Cester, P. Dalpiaz, X. Fan, G. Garzoglio, K. E. Gollwitzer, A. Hahn, S. Jin, J. Kasper, G. Lasio, M. Lo Vetere, E. Luppi, P. Maas, M. Macrı̀, M. Mandelkern, F. Marchetto, M. Marinelli, W. Marsh, M. Martini, E. Menichetti, R. Mussa, M. M. Obertino, M. Pallavicini, N.(More)
  • M. Ambrogiani, S. Bagnasco, +45 authors S. Werkema
  • 2000
M. Ambrogiani, S. Bagnasco, W. Baldini, D. Bettoni, G. Borreani, A. Buzzo, R. Calabrese, M. Cardarelli, R. Cester, P. Dalpiaz, I. Dobbs-Dixon, X. Fan, G. Garzoglio, K. Gollwitzer, A. Hahn, S. Jin, J. Kasper, G. Lasio, M. Lo Vetere, E. Luppi, P. Maas, M. Macrı̀, M. Mandelkern, F. Marchetto, M. Marinelli, W. Marsh, M. Martini, E. Menichetti, R. Mussa, M. M.(More)
Ultra Fast Silicon Detectors (UFSD) are sensors optimized for timing measurements employing a thin multiplication layer to increase the output signal. A multipurpose read-out board hosting a low-cost, low-power fast amplifier was designed at the University of Kansas and tested at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) using a 180 GeV pion(More)
Ensuring the radiation hardness of PbWO4 crystals was one of the main priorities during the construction of the electromagnetic calorimeter of the CMS experiment at CERN. The production on an industrial scale of radiation hard crystals and their certification over a period of several years represented a difficult challenge both for CMS and for the crystal(More)
M. Andreotti, S. Bagnasco, W. Baldini, D. Bettoni, G. Borreani, A. Buzzo, R. Calabrese, R. Cester, G. Cibinetto, P. Dalpiaz, G. Garzoglio, K. E. Gollwitzer, M. Graham, M. Hu, D. Joffe, J. Kasper, G. Lasio, M. Lo Vetere, E. Luppi, M. Macr̀ı, M. Mandelkern, F. Marchetto, M. Marinelli, E. Menichetti, Z. Metreveli, R. Mussa, M. Negrini, M. M. Obertino, M.(More)
Fermilab experiment E835 has observed (-)pp annihilation production of the charmonium state chi(c0) and its subsequent decay into pi(0)pi(0). Although the resonant amplitude is an order of magnitude smaller than that of the nonresonant continuum production of pi(0)pi(0), an enhanced interference signal is evident. A partial wave expansion is used to extract(More)
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