CdZnTe as a high energy photon detector

Dönmez, Burçin


CdZnTe Bulk Crystal Growth and Temperature ModelingStudies at METU-CGL
Balbaşı, Özden Başar; Doğru, Çiğdem; Kabukçuoğlu, Merve; Ünal, Mustafa; Parlak, Mehmet; Turan, Raşit (null; 2018-09-21)
CdZnTe Bulk Crystal Growth and Temperature Modeling Studies at METU-CGL
Balbaşı, Özden Başar; DOĞRU, ÇİĞDEM; Kabukcuoglu, Merve; Ünal, Mustafa; Parlak, Mehmet; Turan, Raşit (2018-08-21)
Cadmium Zinc Telluride (Cd1-xZnxTe) has become a crucial material for X-ray and gamma ray detection due to its wide band-gap, high atomic number and high density, which offer high efficiency and sharp spectroscopic resolution at room temperature. In addition, due to being lattice matched, it can also be used as substrate for the epitaxial growth of HgCdTe that can be used for infrared detection with high resolution. Hence, increasing the single crystal yield of CdZnTe from the grown ingot gained importance ...
Ergunt, Yasin; Kabukçuoğlu, Merve Pinar; Balbasi, Ozden Basar; Yaşar, Bengisu; Kalay, Yunus Eren; Turan, Raşit; Parlak, Mehmet (2020-01-01)
The study of Cd1-xZnxTe (Cadmium Zinc Telluride) bulk-crystal growth and surface processing technology at the Middle East Technical University (METU) began in 2012. The initial R&D efforts were started with the growing of CdZnTe ingots up to a size of 15 mm in diameter in a three-zone vertical Bridgman furnace located in a limited laboratory area of 15 m2. Following promising development in terms of single crystal yield and the crystal growth process, a new vertical gradient freeze (VGF) multi-zone furnace ...
RRW: repeated random walks on genome-scale protein networks for local cluster discovery
MACROPOL, Kathy; Can, Tolga; Singh, Ambuj K. (2009-09-09)
Background: We propose an efficient and biologically sensitive algorithm based on repeated random walks (RRW) for discovering functional modules, e. g., complexes and pathways, within large-scale protein networks. Compared to existing cluster identification techniques, RRW implicitly makes use of network topology, edge weights, and long range interactions between proteins.
PHPA as a frictional pressure loss reducer and its pressure loss estimation
Ercan, Can; Özbayoğlu, Evren; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2007)
As the demand of oil and gas is increasing, using the existing reservoirs more efficiently as well as searching for new reservoirs is mandatory. Most undiscovered reservoirs are in deep or ultra-deep offshore locations, where drilling to such targets are very difficult with the available fluid circulation technology, since there exists a significant frictional pressure loss due to extreme long wellbores. In order to reduce the frictional pressure losses inside the drillstring, frictional drag reducers are u...
Citation Formats
B. Dönmez, “CdZnTe as a high energy photon detector,” Middle East Technical University, 2000.