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By Jenna E. Beletic (Editor), James W. Beletic (Editor), Paola Amico (Editor)

The 2005 assembly in Taormina, Italy used to be attended by means of 127 execs who strengthen and use the best quality detectors for wavelengths from x-ray to sub-mm, with emphasis on optical and infrared detectors. The assembly consisted of assessment talks, technical displays, poster periods and roundtable discussions. those court cases seize the technical content material and the spirit of the 2005 workshop. The 87 papers hide a variety of detector applied sciences together with CCDs, CMOS, APDs, and sub-mm detectors. There are papers on observatory prestige and plans, precise purposes, detector trying out and characterization, and electronics. a unique function of those lawsuits is the inclusion of pedagogical assessment papers, that have been written by means of groups of best specialists from diverse associations. those complaints are applicable for quite a number services degrees, from undergraduates to pros operating within the box. the knowledge awarded during this ebook will function a worthy reference for a few years to come back. This workshop used to be prepared by way of the clinical Workshop manufacturing facility, Inc. and the INAF- Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania.

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See the paper by McLeod, et al. for more information. COLOR PHOTO GALLERY liii liv Forza d’Agró, site of the Tuesday pizza dinner. Mark Downing enhances the spectacular sunset with a glass of fine Murgo champagne. lv Mariana Casal, Claudio Cumani and William Kolbe enjoy the great service and delicious food at the Sunday evening reception. A plate of cannoli that soon disappeared at the Thursday winery lunch. lvi Morley and Kay Blouke enjoy Sicilian cuisine at the Murgo Winery. lvii Workshop attendees are entertained by traditional music and dance at the Friday night “Festa Paesana” (Town Festival).

Key words: Extremely Large Telescopes, OWL 100m telescope, gigapixel detectors. 1. ) equipped with a second generation of instruments often performing at the diffraction limit through advanced Adaptive Optics (AO). Interferometry will have come out of its infancy to operate in the faint object regime (K~20) and to produce astrometric results in the micro-arcsecond range (1 µas resolution resolves 2 mm details at the distance of the moon, although astrometric accuracy is not the same as imaging capability, which remains about 2 m at the moon for the VLT Interferometer, VLTI).

A few telescopes are named. Figure 1 shows the history of the telescope diameter, with a few future telescopes (the Thirty Meter Telescope TMT and the 100-m OWL) added for reference. There are two aspects that are immediately evident: (1) “local” scatter notwithstanding, the trend of diameter increase has remained substantially constant since Galileo (doubling every 50 years or so) and (2) the quantum jump between a 10-m and a 100-m telescope is similar to that between the night-adapted naked eye and the first telescope, which certainly Science, Technology and Detectors for Extremely Large Telescopes 5 bodes well for the potential for new discoveries.

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