Paris Collaboration, A. Maj, F. Azaiez, D. Jenkins, Ch. Schmitt, O. Stezowski, J. P. Wieleczko, D. Balabanski, P. Bednarczyk, S. Brambilla, F. Camera, D. R. Chakrabarty, M. Chelstowska, M. Ciemala, S. Courtin, M. Csatlos, Z. Dombradi, O. Dorvaux, J. Dudek, M. N. ErduranS. Ertuerk, B. Fornal, S. Franchoo, G. Georgiev, J. Gulyas, S. Harissopoulos, P. Joshi, M. Kicinskia-Habior, M. Kmiecik, A. Krasznahorkay, G. Anil Kumar, Suresh Kumar, M. Labiche, I. Mazumdar, K. Mazurek, W. Meczynski, S. Myalski, V. Nanal, P. Napiorkowski, J. Peyre, J. Pouthas, O. Roberts, M. Rousseau, J. A. Scarpaci, A. Smith, I. Stefan, J. Strachan, D. Watts, M. Zieblinski

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The PARIS project is ail initiative to develop and build a high-efficiency gamma-calorimeter principally for Use at SPIRAL2. It is intended to comprise a double shell of scintillators and use the novel scintillator material LaBr3(Ce), which promises a step-change in energy and time resolutions over what is achievable using conventional scintillators. The array could be used in a stand-alone mode, in conjunction with an inner particle detection system, or with high-purity germanium arrays. Its potential physics opportunities as well as initial designs and simulations will be discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)565-575
Number of pages11
JournalActa Physica Polonica B
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2009


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