Industrial Exhibit

Exhibiting at Position Sensitive Detectors #11 provides an opportunity to showcase products and engage with members of the community across key sectors such as space, high energy physics, nuclear physics and the life sciences.

The exhibit dates are 4-5th September during Day 2 (afternoon/evening) and Day 3 (morning) of the conference with ample opportunity for networking, including during the drinks reception on the evening of Monday 4th Sept. The exhibition is in the Berrill Theatre Foyer at the Open University next to the main Berrill Lecture Theatre, providing maximum visibility of the exhibit to the conference delegates.

By becoming an exhibitor at PSD#11 you get the following:

  • your company logo and 100 word description on this website, plus your company logo on other marketing materials during the conference
  • exhibit space including furniture, electrical, free wifi during the exhibit
  • access to PSD#11 conference programme, networking and social events

Full details of what's available and to reserve your space can be found by downloading the Exhibitor Order Form and Licence, complete, sign and return to info@psd11.co.uk

Current Exhibitors:


APT are UK distributors of SensL Technologies and Opto Diode Corporation. SensL’s silicon photomultipliers are the detector-of-choice in many scintillator-based medical imaging systems (PET, CT, SPECT) and handheld personal spectroscopic radiation dosimeters. SensL’s appointment as SiPM partner for the UC-Davis “EXPLORER” total-body PET scanner demonstrates this leadership. EXPLORER will use >560k SiPMs to view all of the body’s organs simultaneously. ODC’s AXUV-series silicon photodiodes directly detect photons, electrons and x-rays from 0.0124nm and energies of 100eV-50keV. Their EUV-enhanced detectors (SXUV) offer stable response from 1-190nm whilst the UVG-series covers 190-400nm. Visible & NIR-enhanced SiPDs are offered alongside PbS/PbSe for 1-5.5µm.



Hilger Crystals manufactures an extensive range of synthetic crystal materials and will be displaying a variety of these for various applications including optical crystals for FTIR Infrared spectroscopy such as Potassium Bromide, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Fluoride etc that are available up to several tens of centimetres in size. Also, scintillation crystals for the X-ray detection, X-ray security and medical imaging crystal markets. Materials suitable for X and gamma ray detection and imaging such as Sodium Iodide, Cesium Iodide, Bismuth Germanate, Cadmium Tungstate, Zinc Tungstate, etc are available in a variety of geometries including 2 dimensional and linear arrays.



Micron Semiconductor Ltd are at the forefront in the design and manufacture of ‘custom’ and ‘off the shelf’ single side and double side position sensitive silicon and diamond detectors for industry, government and academic requirements. Position Sensitive detectors offered include microstrips from a few microns to several mm strip pitch, with active areas up to 100mm x 100mm (such as the TTT design series) for detecting electrons protons and ions. The company also offers resistive division position sensitive detectors in linear, duo lateral and tetra lateral designs (MSPSD design series) with minimal electrodes and electronics requirements offering large area coverage for use in cyclotrons in a high radiation heavy ion environment. Silicon and diamond detectors can also be supplied in quadrant format for beam alignment and position detection as used in synchrotrons. Silicon detectors can be offered on a wide range of thicknesses (from 10um to 2mm) to suit specific applications. Single crystal diamond detectors can be offered in active areas 4mm x 4mm to 7mm x 7mm with thicknesses from 50 um to 500um in various designs including single area, pixels, quadrants and duolaterals utilising low Z materials. Picoampere leakage currents, picosecond response times, ultra radhard are the key advantages of synthetic diamond detectors.
For further information please visit www.micronsemiconductor.co.uk



Teledyne e2v imaging sensors and camera integrated solutions are used in the major ground-based observatories to deliver images of very high sensitivity to the world’s astronomers.
The highest levels of device performance are required in astronomical instruments for imaging, spectroscopy, wavefront sensing, and other primary applications. Standard and custom CCD and CMOS devices, used individually or in arrays, and camera integrated solutions are a speciality of the Teledyne e2v Space Imaging team. High spectral response back-thinned sensors with low noise are essential for all modern astronomical instruments.
We have over 30 years’ experience supplying custom imaging sensors, packaging, focal plane integration and camera integrated solutions, to the world’s leading ground-based observatories including DCT, ESO, Gemini, GTC, Keck, Lamost, LBT, SALT, and many others.



Torr Scientific Limited is an innovative company that brings together a unique range of expertise, skills and equipment from the worlds of thin film vacuum coating, vacuum instrumentation and electron-optics. The company manufactures X-ray anodes, MCP Detectors, Phosphor Screens, UHV Viewports and is also the UK distributor of Delay Line Detectors, Neutron Detectors and fast electronics manufactured by Surface Concept in Germany. High quality components and instrumentation are manufactured in cleanroom conditions and facilities include vacuum furnaces, TIG welding, helium leak testing, e-beam and sputter coating systems, a glass shop and high-end optical test equipment.



XCAM designs and manufactures CCD- and CMOS-based camera systems and subassemblies for scientific, space and industrial applications with special expertise in soft x-ray and vacuum applications and multi-detector, large-area solutions. XCAM works in close consultation with customers throughout the design process to develop high-quality, bespoke solutions to challenging imaging and detection problems.
Signature camera systems developed at XCAM include the RIXSCam and CAVACam for beamline scientists as well as C3D cubesatellite imagers, sounding rocket cameras and the PFO 1000 particulate fall-out monitor for various national space agencies.