We summarize the fundamental aspects of dual-readout calorimetry, a calorimetric technique able to overcome the non-compensation problem by means of two independent scintillation and Cherenkov light signals detection. The expected ultimate energy resolution for single-hadron detection, together with the excellent particle identification capability, makes a dual-readout fiber calorimeter one of the most promising options for future leptonic colliders. In this paper, we include the main benefits of a new silicon photomultiplier-based readout system that allows to sample showers with an unprecedented spatial resolution.

Dual-readout calorimetry

Caccia M.;Santoro R.;Antonello M.
2019

Abstract

We summarize the fundamental aspects of dual-readout calorimetry, a calorimetric technique able to overcome the non-compensation problem by means of two independent scintillation and Cherenkov light signals detection. The expected ultimate energy resolution for single-hadron detection, together with the excellent particle identification capability, makes a dual-readout fiber calorimeter one of the most promising options for future leptonic colliders. In this paper, we include the main benefits of a new silicon photomultiplier-based readout system that allows to sample showers with an unprecedented spatial resolution.
Dual-readout calorimetry; optical fibers; silicon photomultipliers
Ferrari, R.; Pezzotti, L.; Caccia, M.; Santoro, R.; Antonello, M.
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