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The project aimed to study the influence of parameters such as the thickness of the active material, the size of the electrodes, the material of the electrodes for the construction of diamond detectors for fast neutrons, in collaboration with Bicocca University and CNR-IFP.
The project had the following objectives: 1) the development of low cost CVD diamond radiation dosimeters for quasi-distributed monitoring; 2) development of dedicated electronics for reading; 3) optimization of the amplification electronics to be applied not only to an ionizing radiation dosimeter, but also to photodiodes used for reading optical signals.
The aim of the project is the joint performance between CNR-ISM and CAEN Spa of research activities of mutual interest.
ITER Fusion for Energy requires the development of a matrix of neutron beam spectrometers made of diamond.
Many technological applications require tools to maintain a stable micrometer distance between two surfaces. The requirements are more stringent if it is necessary to ensure electrical insulation between surfaces and also if the thermal insulation must also be met. Dielectric microspacers (DMS) represent a microtechnology capable of meeting all these requirements.
The project aims to study the influence of parameters such as the thickness of the active material, the size of the electrodes, the material of the electrodes for the construction of diamond detectors for fast neutrons.
The project aims to develop a matrix of 12 pixels of CVD diamond spectrometers.
The project's objectives are the development of low cost CVD diamond radiation dosimeters and the development of dedicated electronics for reading.