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CIMA

Introduction

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Prostate Probe

TheProbe.png CIMA is currently exploring the possibility of making silicon probes. Those probes, in which the gamma is mainly detected by its Compton interaction with silicon can find many application in medical imaging. One particular case is a Compton Prostate Probe.

There are a number of publications on this subject and also a thesis.





TAB

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Tape Automated Bonding is one of the technologies we are exploring in order to encapsulate properly sensors and their associated electronics in order to build silicon probes. Below you can find a series of documents describing the work made on this.

Tests

Software

Lastest version of the code for the acquisition program can be found in sourcefrge.png

Contributions to conferences:

How to get to IFIC

Find here a map with the location of our institute.

A shared taxi can be a good option. However you should avoid rush hours. Unfortunately, IFIC is in a street with no name, so you will need to show the taxi driver the map showing where the institute is. A good hint is to tell them it is by the local TV building.

The best way to arrive to IFIC is using the subway (metro). You can find here a map of the metro network in Valencia. Each hotel in the map above gives suggestions for the best metro line to take. In any case, your final stop is TVV in line 4 (blue in the metro map)

Note: When taking line number 4, watch carefully the destination and never take Fira. The easiest is to take either Mas del Rosari or Llarga Terramelar. If you take Vicent A. Estelles you will need to walk a little bit to get to IFIC (see the map).

The picture shows the institute as seen from TVV metro stop.

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-- CarlosLacasta - 27 Oct 2008

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docdoc First_Performance_Results_from_a_Real_Size_Silicon_Pad_Sensor_Module_for_a_Small_Animal_Micro_PET.doc manage 4412.5 K 14 Mar 2007 - 11:47 CarlosLacasta  
docdoc report_on_TAB_Bonded_detector_1.doc manage 2690.5 K 14 Mar 2007 - 11:49 CarlosLacasta  
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pdfpdf vatagp3p.pdf manage 225.0 K 01 Mar 2007 - 13:31 CarlosLacasta Tests on VATAGP3-1
pdfpdf DAQ++-slides.pdf manage 474.7 K 24 Apr 2007 - 06:25 CarlosLacasta  
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pdfpdf TABPoster2008.pdf manage 662.5 K 29 Oct 2008 - 17:49 VeraStankova  
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