10 ps timing with highly irradiated 3D trench silicon pixel sensors

@article{Lampis202210PT,
  title={10 ps timing with highly irradiated 3D trench silicon pixel sensors},
  author={Andrea Lampis and Federica Borgato and Davide Brundu and Alessandro Cardini and Gianni Cossu and G-F. Dalla Betta and Michela Garau and L. La Delfa and Adriano Lai and Angelo Loi and M. M. Obertino and Gabriele Simi and Stefania Vecchi},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2022},
  volume={18}
}
In this paper the results of a beam test characterization campaign of 3D trench silicon pixel sensors are presented. A time resolution in the order of 10 ps was measured both for non-irradiated and irradiated sensors up to a fluence of 2.5 × 1016 1 MeV neq cm−2. This feature and a detection efficiency close to 99% make this sensors one of the best candidates for 4D tracking detectors in High-Energy-Physics experiments. 

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