NATO Advanced Research Workshop

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September 8th, Wednesday

09:00 00:45:00 invited oral Robert Triboulet Fundamentals of the CdTe and CdZnTe crystal growth
09:45 00:45:00 invited oral Ralph B. James Factors Limiting the Performance of Large-Volume CZT Detectors
10:50 00:45:00 invited oral Michael Fiederle (Cd,Zn)Te radiation detectors: crystal growth and technology
14:00 00:45:00 invited oral Andrzej Mycielski Is the (Cd,Mn)Te crystal a prospective material for X-ray and \gamma-ray detectors?
14:45 00:45:00 invited oral Roman Grill Defect equilibrium, reactions and complex formation in CdTe and (Cd,Zn)Te
16:00 00:45:00 invited oral Csaba Szeles Growth and properties of semi-insulating CdZnTe for radiation detector applications
16:45 00:45:00 invited oral Arnold Burger Development of portable CdZnTe spectrometers for remote sensing of signatures from nuclear materials
17:30 00:45:00 invited oral Sam S. Hsu Applying advanced solid-state radiation detector technologies for public protection

September 9th, Thursday

09:00 00:45:00 invited oral Paul Siffert Security control by an innovative X-ray method
09:45 00:45:00 invited oral Małgorzata Sowińska Gamma spectroscopy with room temperature semiconductor detectors and scintillation probes operating without PMT
10:50 00:45:00 invited oral Zane W. Bell Neutron Detection with Cryogenics and Semiconductors
11:35 00:45:00 invited oral Anna Cavallini Radiation damage in room temperature detectors
14:00 00:45:00 invited oral Georges Waysand Cold (and Hot) Wars: a History of Superconductivity from Weissberg Cibulski to the Nobel 2003
14:45 00:45:00 invited oral Janusz Karpinski Single crystals of pure and substituted MgB_2: crystal growth and physical properties
16:00 00:45:00 invited oral Mark G. Blamire Nanoscale superconducting devices for sensors and other applications
16:45 00:45:00 invited oral Valeriy V. Ryazanov Critical currents and current-phase relation of SFS Josephson junctions

September 10th, Friday

09:00 00:45:00 invited oral Ivan Prochazka Semiconducting single-photon detectors: the state-of-the-art
09:45 00:45:00 invited oral Gregory N. Gol'tsman Ultrafast Superconducting Single-Photon Detectors for Near-Infrared-Wavelength Quantum Communications
10:50 00:45:00 invited oral Sae Woo Nam Superconducting transition edge sensors for photon-number resolving detection in quantum information applications
11:35 00:45:00 invited oral Stephan Friedrich Ultra-high resolution Gamma spectrometry for nuclear attribution
14:00 00:45:00 invited oral Gordon B. Donaldson SQUIDs and their applications
14:45 00:45:00 invited oral Michael Mueck SQUID Microscopy and Nondestructive Evaluation
16:00 00:45:00 invited oral Adele Ruosi SQUID detection of flaws in CFRP aircraft components
16:45 00:45:00 invited oral Hans-Georg Meyer SQUID Technology for Geophysical Exploration
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