Assembly:Loetlabor Jena

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Website www.loetlabor-jena.de
Contact info@loetlabor-jena.de
Description A bunch of friendly nerds, formerly collimated in Jena, nowadays all over the globe.
Members
Projects Radiation Detectors
Self-organized Sessions Radiation Detection Workshop
Tags radiation, balloons, electronics, free software, asic, fpga, laser, geiger counter, detector, cern, space, esa, dlr, rexus, bexus
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Location for self-organized sessions no
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We are a steadily growing, loose collective of former university colleagues from Jena, Germany. Over time, we have decentralized to many places across Europe, but reunite every year for Congress. Many of us are space nerds, work in the space industry or at CERN - typically as electronics and/or software engineers.

We have some radiation detection stuff (Geiger counters, photodiode detectors, silicon photomultipliers, pixel detectors) with us, so if you have something yourself or want to test something, get in contact!