A tutorial on how these detectors work (from M. Ressler, JPL) is available at: Detector Handout. For a thorough review of the detectors characteristics and performances, see Rieke et al., 2015 and Ressler et al., 2015.
The list below includes reports based on tests made at GSFC during which MIRI was inside ISIM (CV1, CV2, CV3), and on the 8 tests performed at JPL. The following reports are NOT intended for the general public, but rather for the professionals.
MIRI-TR-00003-CEA: Study of the Signal to Noise Ratio, Drifts and other odd behaviours (Aug. 2012)
MIRI-TR-00004-CEA: A Further Analysis of MIRI High Signal to Noise Data (Aug. 2012)
MIRI-TR-00005-CEA: Impact on a Fluctuating Focal Plane Temperature on the Integration Ramps (Oct. 2012)
MIRI-TR-00006-CEA: Signal drifts (July. 2013)
MIRI-TR-00007-CEA: Scattered Light (July 2013)
MIRI-TR-00008-CEA: Latents in darks (Aug. 2014)
MIRI-TR-00009-CEA:Latents decay timescales (March 2015)
MIRI-TR-00010-CEA: Slow Drifts (July 2015)
MIRI-TR-00011-CEA: Fast Latents (Sept. 2015)
MIRI-TR-00012-CEA: Slow Latents (Sept. 2015)
MIRI-TR-00013-CEA: Sensitivity Baseline (in colaboration with M. Garcia-Marin (ESA) and Ori Fox (STScI)) (March 2016)
MIRI-TR-00014-CEA: Electronic Anneal (April 2016)
MIRI-TR-00015-CEA: Long Timescale Latents (March 2018)
MIRI-TR-00016-CEA: Trap Mechanisms (Nov. 2016)
MIRI-TR-00017-CEA: Dark Persistence (Feb. 2014)
MIRI-TR-00018-CEA: Fast vs. Slow Mode (Jan. 2018, Draft)
MIRI-TR-00019-CEA: Dwell Time (Jan. 2018, Draft)
MIRI-TR-00020-CEA: Imprints (Jan 2018, Draft)
And from Macarena Garcia-Marin (ESA) on BIAS Levels (July 2015).