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== Where this system is used ==
 
== Where this system is used ==
Midas is used across all the continents for a simple setup on the lab workbench to a full blown intermediate physics experiments such as muon decay [http://meg.icepp.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ MEG], neutrino oscillation [http://t2k-experiment.org/ T2K] or dark matter search [http://deap.phy.queensu.ca/ DEAP].
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Midas is used across all the continents for a simple setup on the lab workbench to a full blown intermediate physics experiments such as muon decay [http://meg.icepp.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ MEG], neutrino oscillation [http://t2k-experiment.org/ T2K], trapping anti-hydrogen atoms [http://alpha.web.cern.ch/ ALPHA] or dark matter search [http://deap.phy.queensu.ca/ DEAP].
  
[https://midas.triumf.ca/MidasWiki/index.php/MIDAS_around_the_world]
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A none exhaustive list of experiments
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[https://midas.triumf.ca/MidasWiki/index.php/MIDAS_around_the_world ]
  
 
== Current state of development ==
 
== Current state of development ==

Revision as of 14:24, 24 July 2013

MIDAS has been created by Stefan Ritt at Paul Sherrer Institute in Aargau, Switzerland in the early 1990s in collaboration with Pierre-Andre Amaudruz from Triumf in Vancouver, Canada. Since then a collective participate to the improvment of this DAQ software package in particular Konstantin Olchanski, Suzannah Daviel from Triumf and ... PSI


Where this system is used

Midas is used across all the continents for a simple setup on the lab workbench to a full blown intermediate physics experiments such as muon decay MEG, neutrino oscillation T2K, trapping anti-hydrogen atoms ALPHA or dark matter search DEAP.

A none exhaustive list of experiments [1]

Current state of development