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Proceedings of The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics — PoS(EPS-HEP 2013)
The Belle experiment in Tsukuba (Japan) has been designed to measure rare decays in the B system with high statistics. Currently, both the KEKB e+/e-collider and the Belle experiment are being upgraded to provide and cope with an ultimate luminosity of 8 × 10 35 cm −2 s −1 . Since the previous Silicon Vertex Detector (SVD) cannot be operated with the 40-fold increased luminosity after the upgrade, it needs to be replaced. The future Belle II SVD will also consist of four layers of double-sideddoi:10.22323/1.180.0487 fatcat:fforqa5atremlnqbdqfsgorg2y