Master’s Thesis

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A disk with silicon sensors for an end-cap of the ATLAS silicon strip detector (SCT) in its testbox at NIKHEF Amsterdam [1].
A disk with silicon sensors for an end-cap of the ATLAS silicon strip detector (SCT) in its testbox at NIKHEF Amsterdam [1].

An analysis of the radiation damage to the ATLAS Semiconductor Tracker end-caps

My Master’s thesis was submitted in May 2013. I was awarded the degree of Master of Physics with First Class Honours in Particle Physics with Final Year Abroad on 28 June 2013.

Master’s-level courses:

  • Advanced quantum physics
  • Particle physics
  • Computer techniques in physics

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The PDF is available to download here. I revise it occasionally to fix any lingering typos; the last revised date can be found at the bottom of the title page.

Citation

@mastersthesis{millar2013,
  author  = "Millar, Declan Andrew",
  title   = "An analysis of the radiation damage to the ATLAS Semiconductor Tracker end-caps",
  school  = "University of Southampton",
  address = "Southampton, UK",
  year    = 2013,
  month   = may
}

References

  1. © 2005 Peter Ginter