We are very pleased to announce the 8th edition of the International Conference on New Developments In Photodetection – NDIP 17.
The conference will be held from 3 to 7 July 2017 in the international Vinci congress center of Tours, France.
The conference scientific program will focus on the latest and most innovative developments in photodetection performed around the world in the fields of nuclear physics, high energy physics, and astrophysics, as well as in biology, medical, and industrial applications.
Recent developments on detectors and technologies together with system and associated electronics for PMTs, SiPMs, solid state, gaseous, hybrid photodetectors and emerging technologies for photon detection from the far IR up to gamma rays will be emphasized.
The conference location will provide a pleasant forum to welcome industrial partners to share their most recent commercially-available devices and associated instrumentation with our attendees.
The call for abstracts will be open by fall 2016.
Please note this event on your agenda and inform your colleagues and your community about the International Conference on New Developments In Photodetection – NDIP 17.
Olivier Limousin, Chair
Jean-Charles Vanel, Deputy Chair
on behalf of the NDIP 17 Organizing Committee
Since 1999, the NDIP international conference has been organized to gather physicists, engineers, technicians and students working in instrumentation for photodetection.
The Local Organizing Committee and the International Advisory Committee are preparing a scientific and a social program ideal to share your experience, your new scientific results or your new projects in a friendly atmosphere.
Download the poster of the congress.
NDIP covers different types of detectors (solid state, vacuum, gaseous, organic detectors or new sensing media) in many applications fields (nuclear physics, particle physics, astroparticles, astronomy and astrophysics, beam line diagnostics, synchrotron radiations and free electron laser instrumentation, medical and biology, societal applications).
If you have new developments to present in detector physics and simulations, detector technology, detector systems for instruments, detector performance, radiation damage or signal processing, this conference is yours.
The scientific program will include talks during plenary sessions as well as poster sessions. Everyday tutorials and review talks will be proposed. Industrial presentations by our partners will complete the program.