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7th International Meeting on Front-End Electronics

Event & Time Date Main Meeting Location
May 18-21, 2009
8:00am - 6:30pm
Montauk Yacht Club
32 Star Island Road
Montauk, New York 11954

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FEE2009 is the seventh in a series of meetings designed to bring together scientists and engineers involved in developing integrated circuit electronics for particle physics and related applications. Participants have an opportunity to learn about the latest advances in semiconductor technology, to exchange ideas on innovative circuit techniques, and to discuss common problems, solutions, and new directions in detector readout.

This year's meeting finds technology moving to the sub-50nm feature size regime, and research applications broadening from traditional HEP to photon science, astrophysics, and related areas.

Designers are facing challenges in equipping large-area, finely-segmented detectors with complex readout electronics, and many novel architectures and interconnection techniques have been proposed. For the FEE2009 meeting, topics to be discussed include:

  • Nanoscale devices and fabrication processes
  • 3D/vertical integration
  • Fine-pitch interconnect
  • Low voltage analog design
  • Circuits for extreme environments
  • Front-end circuits for particle physics, photon science, astrophysics, and medical instrumentation

The meeting will be held May 18-21 at the Montauk Yacht Club, a scenic location with excellent conference facilities and many nearby attractions. Participation will be by invitation of the Organizing Committee.

Organizing Committee

International Advisory Committee

Giovanni Ambrosi, INFN
Roberto Battiston, INFN
Grzegorz Deptuch, Fermilab
Marcus French, RAL
Paul O'Connor, BNL
Valerio Re, Bergamo
Peter Weilhammer, CERN
Ray Yarema, Fermilab

Local Organizing Committee

Donna Grabowski, BNL
Jean-Francois Pratte, Sherbrooke University
Yasuo Arai, KEK
Massimo Caccia, Insubria
Michael Campbell, CERN
Wladek Dabrowski, Krakow
Christophe de la Taille, LAL Orsay
Wojciech Dulinski, IPHC, Strasbourg
Carlo Fiorini, Milano
Peter Fischer, Heidelberg
Alex Grillo, SCIPP
Geoff Hall, Imperial College
John Oliver, Harvard
Veljko Radeka, BNL
Henrik von der Lippe, LBNL
Norbert Wermes, Bonn


All meetings will be held at the Montauk Yacht Club. There will be an optional Welcome Reception on Monday, May 18, 2009 directly after the meeting and a Banquet Dinner on Wednesday, May 20, 2009.

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