Beam test measurements of Low Gain Avalanche Detector single pads and arrays for the ATLAS High Granularity Timing Detector

@article{Allaire2018BeamTM,
  title={Beam test measurements of Low Gain Avalanche Detector single pads and arrays for the ATLAS High Granularity Timing Detector},
  author={Corentin Allaire and Jorge A. Benitez and Marco Bomben and Giovanni Calderini and Mari{\`a} Carulla and E. Cavallaro and A. C. Falou and David Flores and Patrick Moriishi Freeman and Z. Galloway and E. L. Gkougkousis and Herve Marie Xavier Grabas and Sebastian Grinstein and B. Gruey and Stefan Guindon and Ana Maria Henriques Correia and Salvador Hidalgo and A. Kastanas and C. A. Labitan and Didier Lacour and J{\"o}rn Christian Lange and Francesco Lanni and Bruno Lenzi and Z. Luce and Nikola Makovec and Giovanni Marchiori and Lorenzo Masetti and Angel Merlos and F. McKinney-Martinez and Irena Nikolic-Audit and Giulio Pellegrini and Richard Polifka and David Quirion and Andreas Rummler and Hartmut Sadrozinski and Abraham Seiden and Laurent Serin and Stefan Simion and Edwin Spencer and Sophie Trincaz-Duvoid and M. Wilder and A. Zatserklyaniy and Dirk Zerwas and Y. Zhao},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2018}
}
For the high luminosity upgrade of the LHC at CERN, ATLAS is considering the addition of a High Granularity Timing Detector (HGTD) in front of the end cap and forward calorimeters at |z| = 3.5 m and covering the region 2.4 < |{\eta}| < 4 to help reducing the effect of pile-up. The chosen sensors are arrays of 50 {\mu}m thin Low Gain Avalanche Detectors (LGAD). This paper presents results on single LGAD sensors with a surface area of 1.3x1.3 mm2 and arrays with 2x2 pads with a surface area of… 
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