Topics to be covered:
•Event reconstruction software, electronics, data acquisition systems
•Advanced photon detection technologies: PMTs, SiPMs, QUPIDs
•Water Cerenkov detectors, and doping of water detectors with scintillator
•All different types of scintillators: liquid, organic, plastic, etc.
Special interdisciplinary topics for this year:
•All noble elements used in detectors: Ar, Xe, Ne, He, in all phases
•All detector technology types: zero and non-zero field, single and dual phase
•Both the primary and secondary scintillation/electroluminescence/ionization
•Absolute and relative light and charge yields, and pulse shapes/timing
•Both nuclear and electron recoil, alphas, gammas, and all particle types
•Diverse applications: dark matter, neutrinos, HEP, medical physics, et al.
•Chemical mixtures, and additives (both noble and non-noble)
•Monte Carlo simulations of the energy transfer and excitation processes, experiments, and comparisons with data, interpretation/understanding
•Seeking new insights that may allow better detector performance