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The Alice Industrial Award

The ALICE Industrial Award Prize

The ALICE Industrial Award is a prize which is given by the ALICE Collaboration, to industrial partners, in recognition of successful collaboration, excellence in design, with highly demanding or unusual requirements.

The ALICE Industrial Award has been given to the following companies:

April 2008

Xilinx Inc. for the successful collaboration with the ALICE High Level Trigger and TRD Global Tracking Unit team, and the outstanding power and performance of the Xilinx Virtex FPGAs.
Press release
Photos: Link1 and Link2

October 2007

Hewlett-Packard for the successful collaboration with the Data Acquisition and Offline Computing teams and for the outstanding quality of services and cutting-edge computing hardware supplied to both groups in the R&D and systems commissioning phase of the project.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Photos

March 2007

Quantum Corp (USA), for the high performance cluster file system (StorNext) that has been deployed for the ALICE Data Acquisition (DAQ) system, as well as for its outstanding cooperation and support in implementing the software.
Article in the CERN Bulletin

FIBERNET Ltd. (Israel) for the successful collaboration with the team of the ALICE Silicon Strip Detector of the Inner Tracking System, and the excellent performance in soldering and assembling the SSD EndCap cables.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Press Release

June 2006

ITC-irst Microsystems Division and Division of Automated Reasoning Systems (Italy) for the achievements in the production of double-sided silicon microstrip sensors for the Inner Tracking System and for the provision of advanced code analysis tools for the development of the Offline Software.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Photos: Link1 and Link2

MIPOT S.P.A. (Italy) for the successful collaboration with the ALICE Inner Tracking System Silicon Strip team, and the supply of front-end modules of the Silicon Strip Detector
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Photos:Link1 and Link2

March 2006

VTT Microelectronics (Finland) for the successful collaboration with the ALICE Silicon Pixel Detector project in challenging and innovative developments, in particular the thinning of 200mm diameter bumped readout wafers to 150um, and in the volume production of bump-bonded silicon ladders of excellent quality.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Photos
Press Release

CANBERRA Semiconductors N.V. (Belgium) for its production of silicon detectors for the ALICE inner tracking system.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Press Release

Note Lund AB (Sweden) for the excellent performance in manufacturing the ALICE TPC Front End Cards.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Photos

October 2005

Advanced Technology and Materials (China) for the production of a variety of complex absorber parts fabricated from a high-density tungsten alloy.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Photos

Fischer Advanced Composite Components (Austria) for the development and manufacture the parts forming the cylindrical hull (''Field Cage'') of the ALICE Time Projection Chamber.
Article in the Fischer magazine
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Photos

North Crystals (Russia) for the successful collaboration and development of tungstenate crystals for the ALICE ''PHOS'' calorimeter.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Press Release
Photos

June 2003

STMicrolelectronics (France) for the co-development of one of the world's most advanced data acquisition system-on-chip (ALTRO) for the ALICE Time Projection Chamber.
Article in the CERN Bulletin
Press Release
Photos