FERMILAB / SIST

Andrea Delgado

 

The next generation of detectors calls for an increase in resolution, a deep understanding on the processes in which particle detection occurs as well as an affordable design that does not compromise the performance of these devices. This project is a detailed study of the sources of fluctuation that affect the resolution of a calorimeter and proposes a Homogeneous Total Absorption Dual Readout calorimeter a correction to these fluctuations.

 

-- Andrea Delgado, SIST 2012

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For Fermilab Staff

First of all, thank you for considering supervising a talented student intern from the Fermilab SIST program!

These students are free to your group (except for overtime). So, in this climate of tight budgets here is a way to get free help for your projects.

Guidelines

Please take a moment to review our Guidelines and Expectations for Interns and Supervisors document.

Final Talks

SIST interns will be documenting their work in a journal style write up. In addition to the paper the interns will be making a 15 minute presentation on early in August, 2014. SIST commitee members are available all summer to act as mentors and help the interns prepare the paper and talks, as well as answer any questions.

Details about program dates, housing, transportation, etc. is available in our intern Fact Sheet.

Join the SIST Committee!

Are you interested in helping out on the SIST Committee? If so please send us an e-mail. The duties and responsibilities of a SIST Committee member are outlined here. We need your help to select and interview applicants, mentor interns, assist with the summer lecture series and organize tours. There are lots of ways you can contribute to the success of this program!

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