The Nikhef program for the ATLAS experiment in LHC at CERN.
- ATLAS Exploitation
Activities/developments required for the running ATLAS experiment
MROD with addidional S-link interface.
Muon detector Central Trigger Processor to Topology trigger communicatiopn module.
It couples the Muondetector trigger data to the topology trigger
- Rasnik Framegrabber
Development of a new framegrabber to replace the present PC's including the obsolete PCI framegrabber hardware.
The ROBinNP (ReadOut Buffer input No-Processor) is the development Nikhef contributed to during the upgrade program for the ROS (ReadOut System) Generation III.
It is the current LHC Run-2 (2014-2017) DAQ system.
The FELIX (FrontEnd LInk eXchange) is the data acquisition system for the ATLAS NSW and MDT after the HL-LHC upgrade
- Cosmic rays/ Astro-Particle-Physics
Km3net and related activities in Km3Net Program
Neutrino detector on the path of the LBNF (Long Baseline Neutrino Facility)
- Detector R&D
R&D projects, mission budget
- SPIDR; SPeeDy Pixel Readout module.
Timepix3 and Medipix3 readout system.¶
The module can reoudout single- and quad-chip pixelfront-end modules via 1 and 10Gbps ethernet directly connected to a PC or laptop.
- Hazard dataBase (HazarDB)
Database for Safety department
An FMC board that enables the White Rabbit timing capability
- SoC Zynq educational Lab
Demonstration of a System on Chip based on a Z-turn board
Wupper is an OpenCores project to provide a simple Direct Memory Access (DMA) interface to the Xilinx Virtex-7 PCIe Gen3 hard block.
Gravitational Wave detection experiment near Pisa in Italy.
The Nikhef program for the LHCb experiment for LHC at CERN.
Development of the Scintilating Fiber Detector for LHCb.
The upgraded VELO-detector has to operate at a ten times higher instantaneous luminosity than the nominal LHCb value and at a considerably closer distance to the beams than the present VELO. It has been decided that the VELO-Upgrade detector will consist of 52 double-sided modules, with 4 pixel sensors each. The installation of the VELO-Upgrade detector is scheduled for early 2020. The LHCb group of Nikhef has taken the responsibility for optimizing the design VELO-Upgrade module and to construct 50% of them....
High speed test-readout system for the VeloPix chip.
Nikhef project for high-schools to measure Cosmic ray's and share data.
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