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Service manager: Giulio Dellacasa
Welcome to the Electronics Service Wiki home page!
The main purpose of this Wiki is to provide a simple environment for
Sharing experience and know-how can increase the productivity of everyone. These pages aim to collect whatever can make the daily work a bit easier.
For the most part, Wiki pages are public and anyone can read them browsing the Web. Confidential and restricted information can be put into a private area instead. A username and an authentication password are required both for editing pages and accessing the protected area. All Electronics lab users can obtain a Wiki account. Once the account has been created, the authentication uses the same INFN UNIX account login credentials.
The Wiki has just begun to take form and it should be always considered a work in progress. In order to keep trace of present and past activities, dedicated project pages have been created. They are meant to provide public documentation (links to papers, meetings, contacts etc.) as well as private user support, helping users in their reserach work. The Wiki is also a good place for keeping trace of publications .
Wiki pages can be created and modified using the simple and easy to learn
Contributing to pages is certainly not mandatory, aware that it cannot become
a time consuming stuff for a professional researcher.
If you are interested in contributing to the documentation, you can learn the basic formatting syntax just in a few minutes (no HTML knowledge is required). Don't forget to read the Wiki policies and guidelines before getting started in adding or editing pages and never put confidential and restricted information on Wiki public pages !
Hoping that such initiative will be appreciated… have fun!
P. De Remigis
The Electronics lab is currently involved in several projects, meeting electronics and technology requests made by different physics research groups at the University of Turin.
Wiki pages of current design and test activities can be accessed here. They are meant to provide public documentation and links as well as private users support. Descriptions of past projects and designs which have been completed in the last decades can be found in Old projects pages.
To read Electronics lab protected pages, you must first obtain a Wiki account.
You can access the protected area here.
Left click on
Entra at the top-right of the home page and authenticate yourself
using your Wiki credentials.
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