Vertex 2011

The International Workshop on Vertex Detectors will review recent progress on silicon based vertex and tracking detectors as well as underlying technologies. It will be held between 19th and 24th June 2011 in the village Rust at Lake Neusiedl (70 km south-east to Vienna) in Austria, close to the Hungarian border.


The proceedings of the conference are published in Proceedings of Science, the open access online journal organized by SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies based in Trieste. The proceedings will be peer-reviewed. The International Organizing Committee will oversee refereeing process.


28 June 2011: All presentations have been uploaded to Indico.

26 June 2011: Pictures of the social events and results of the sailing regatta are available.

23 June 2011: Information about the proceedings has been updated.

The 20th Anniversary International Workshop on Vertex Detectors

19 to 24 June 2011, Rust, Lake Neusiedl, Austria

Village of Rust, surrounded by vineyards in the front and Lake Neusiedl in the back.

The aim of the meeting is to review the progress on silicon based vertex detectors. The workshop covers existing and future detectors, new developments, radiation hardness, simulation, tracking, alignment, electronics, triggering, and applications to medical and other fields.

Conference sessions will be held starting Monday morning June 20 and ending around lunch time on Friday, June 24th.

Participation is by invitation only.