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1 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 An Interdisciplinary Large Scale Facility for the French,European and International Communities An Interdisciplinary Large Scale Facility for the French,European and International Communities Nuclear Physics : Nuclear structure far from stability Nuclear dynamics Nuclear Astrophysics Nuclear Physics : Nuclear structure far from stability Nuclear dynamics Nuclear Astrophysics Interdisciplinary Researches : Atomic and Molecular Physics Surface - Ions Interaction Material (polymers, organic molecules) - Radiobiology (Chromosomic instabilities) Interdisciplinary Researches : Atomic and Molecular Physics Surface - Ions Interaction Material (polymers, organic molecules) - Radiobiology (Chromosomic instabilities) Applied Physics : Irradiation of material (electronics, nuclear power plans, …) Technological transfer (electronics, Ion sources,...) Applied Physics : Irradiation of material (electronics, nuclear power plans, …) Technological transfer (electronics, Ion sources,...)

2 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Permanent Staff : 250 physicists,engineers and technicians (CNRS and CEA) 30 physicists Budget : 9,3 M (2007, without salaries) Users : 600 physicists (50% foreigners) Beam : 5700 hours to 2000 hours in parallel (SME) hours in parallel (IRRSUD) hours in parallel (ion sources in hall D) Total: about hours 1975: Decision of construction 1976: Creation of the « GIE GANIL » 1983: First experiment Initial investment: 150 M 2 to 3 times more demands than available beam time !!

3 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 STABLE STABLE BEAMS BEAMS from C to U energies up to 95 A.MeV intensities up to pps (6 kW, C beams) Kr pps U pps RIB production in-flight method SISSI, LISE ISOL method SPIRAL1 ( SIRA) MUST2 IF ISOL

4 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Ion Source CSS1 CSS2 Heavy-Ion Stable Beam SPIRAL 2001 Container Target ECRIS CIME Heavy-Ion Radioactive Beam Target & Ion Source Graphite Target 1,5 kW 3 kW 1,5 kW He O, Ne, Ar, Kr

5 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 ALTO Orsay Photofission 30KeV fiss/s

6 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Neutron number, N Proton number, Z Fission products N=Z nuclei rp process N=Z nuclei rp process Transfermiums High Intensity Light RIB Haloes and Cluster High Intensity Light RIB Haloes and Cluster SHE Fusion reaction with n-rich beams Regions of the Chart of Nuclei Accessible with SPIRAL 2 Beams Regions of the Chart of Nuclei Accessible with SPIRAL 2 Beams Deep Inelastic Reactions with RIB/stable beams r-process Neutrons for science Atomic & solid state physics Radio biology & Isotope production

7 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 SPIRAL2 Construction Schedule

8 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Investment (with 10% contingencies): 136 M CNRS, CEA, Local Region Total cost: 190 M In the investment budget 26M are expected to come from EU and international partners Radioactive Beams 2013 GANIL Accelerator &AEL M SPIRAL2 main goal The high intensity frontier both for stable heavy ions and secondary Radioactive Ion Beams

9 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Construction of SPIRAL2 Bordeaux Caen (GANIL+LPC ) Grenoble Lyon IPNOrsay (ALTO photofission) CSNSM Orsay LAL Orsay Paris Strasbourg Bruyères le Chatel Cadarache Fontenay aux Roses Saclay(IRFU/DSM+2 départments

10 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 LoI SPIRAL 2 –A very positive response of the International community SPIRAL 2 Letters of intents in numbers ¤19 LoI submitted ¤25 oral presentations of the LoIs at the open session of The SAC on Oct 19th 2006 ¤LoI signed by 595 physicists(190 from France) from 34 countries ¤Spokespersons 23 France,31 Foreigners ¤Cost of the proposed equipment not including AGATA 23Meuros (manpower about 100MY)

11 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Brussels, 19 October 2006 European Research Infrastructures – The ESFRI roadmap identifies 35 large-scale infrastructure projects FAIR & SPIRAL 2 on the ESFRI list

12 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 LoI and New SPIRAL 2 detectors Particle Array Gamma Array NFS Sample Detector(s) DESIR S3S3 AGATA PARIS GASPARD FAZIA EXOGAM 2 ACTAR Together with the high power capabilities of the SPIRAL2 accelerator complex, To optimize the physics potential,it is essential To build strong physics collaborations around state of the art spectrometers and detectors at SPIRAL2

13 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Neutrons For Science (NFS) Fission Minor actinides, main isotopes Cross section Neutron spectrum, multiplicity Prompt fission gammas Detailed A and Z distributions Delayed neutron yields and precursor characteristics Scattering Secondary neutron energy and angle differential cross sections Inelastic scattering Fusion reactors Astrophysics Fission Minor actinides, main isotopes Cross section Neutron spectrum, multiplicity Prompt fission gammas Detailed A and Z distributions Delayed neutron yields and precursor characteristics Scattering Secondary neutron energy and angle differential cross sections Inelastic scattering Fusion reactors Astrophysics Physics topics The (n,X) reactions play an important role in : Fission reactors of new generation Fusion technology (LOI appendix 5) Studies related to hybrid reactors (ADS) Nuclear medicine Reliable nuclear data evaluations The (n,X) reactions play an important role in : Fission reactors of new generation Fusion technology (LOI appendix 5) Studies related to hybrid reactors (ADS) Nuclear medicine Reliable nuclear data evaluations First experiments: Measurement of (n,n ) et (n,xn ) cross-sections Study of the pre-equilibrium in the (n,xn) reactions Measurement of neutron-induced Minor Actinides fission-fragment yields In the 1-20 MeV range First experiments: Measurement of (n,n ) et (n,xn ) cross-sections Study of the pre-equilibrium in the (n,xn) reactions Measurement of neutron-induced Minor Actinides fission-fragment yields In the 1-20 MeV range

14 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 SPIRAL2 Management Bodies Construction of the facility CNRS-CEA Governing Board Technical Advisory Committee (International ) Scientific Advisory Committee International

15 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June Partners INFN (Italie), BARC-TIFR Bombay (Inde) ISOLDE CERN (Suisse) Consortium of the UK laboratories lead by Daresbury Nat.Lab. & Univ of Surrey TRIUMF/ISAC/ISACII Vancouver (Canada) PANS (Pologne) ATOMKI (Hongrie) NIPNE-Bucarest (Roumanie) FLNR/JINR – Dubna (Russie) SARAF/Soreq (Isra ë l) Argonne & Oak Ridge (USA) MSEP Vinca (Serbie) GSI-FAIR (Allemagne) KU Leuven (Belgique) JYFL/ Jyvaskyla (Finlande) CRC/Louvain La Neuve LMU & TMU/Munich (Allemagne) KVI (Pays-Bas) 8 Member States (+ France), 3 Associated Countries, 2 ICPC+ USA et Canada SPIRAL2-FP7 –Preparatory Phase Proposal selected for funding Sept 07 Budget 3,9M Period years Eligible for Construction To be submitted in 2010 Funding will strongly depends on the success of the preparatory phase At the end of the PP,the goal is to establish as an International European Facility

16 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 SPIRAL2 -Physics International Collaborations Physics/Instrumentation Targeted call for « Technical Proposals » (TP) for SPIRAL2 Instrumentation Super Separator Spectrometer (S3) Neutrons For Science (NFS) Interdisciplinary Research Area (SRI) TP Signed by 200 physicists from 14 countries Evaluation: SPIRAL 2 Scientific Advisory Committee at Giens on 10/06/08 during the EURORIB08 conference Further calls for Technical Proposals for DESIR, PARIS, ACTAR & GASPARD Spiral week Jan09 Signatures of the Memorandums of Understanding expected in

17 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 Bilateral Collaborations SPIRAL 2 LNL, Legnaro RIKEN, Tokyo GSI, Darmstadt HRIBF, Oak Ridge TRIUMF, Vancouver Warsaw, Cracow FLNR, Dubna ISOLDE NIPNE, Bucharest SARAF MoU signed MoU under preparation ANL, Argonne Contract with Argonne National Lab. (study of the A/q=6-7 injector,signed in April, 2008) Recently signed agreements: INFN (LEA), RIKEN (LIA) 30/01/08, MoU with India 26/01/08, MoU with MSU March 2008, Workshop in India in July 2008 Agreements with Poland (LEA) signed November 2008 On going discussions Spain,Canada, LIA India, China New partner: Bulgaria (first contract on the construction of a beam line by June 2008) BARC, Bombay NSCL, MSU IRNE, Bulgaria

18 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 For the construction and Instrumentation up to now 1)GANIL-SP2 Signatures of MoU with general terms& Specific umbrellas (LIA,LEA) 2) On going negotiations with INFN, BARC-INDIA,BMGF- GSI, RIKEN Japan,ANL-USA,Bulgaria,Roumania for specific technical annexes to the MOU to take charge of specific work packages 3) For News Instruments which have reached TDR level,Collaborations are preparing MoU

19 Sydney Gales EURORIB-08 Giens 9-13 June 2008 International Status of GANIL/SPIRAL2 SPIRAL2 PP project Legal aspects – WP3 (S. Jacquet) IN2P2-CEA-INFN Objectives Elaboration upon the advantages and disadvantages of the existing legal forms. Definition of a set of criteria for the selection of the most suitable legal forms for GANIL including SPIRAL2 project. Finding an agreement on the adequate legal structure for GANIL including SPIRAL2 facility. Proposal of a new organisation scheme both at the decision structure and technical group levels. Financial aspects – WP4 (P. Vincent) Objectives Combination of both Intellectual and financial resources in order to reach the critical mass necessary for SPIRAL2 projects. Detailed determination of the amount of the contributions of the financial partners necessary to reach the Consortium Agreement (WP9) and MoU agreements for the SPIRAL2 instrumentation. Consortium Agrement for the European GANIL/SPIRAL2 facility – WP9 (S. Galès) Objectives Determination of the relevant work packages, their dispatching among the partners, the financial contributions, the necessary evolution of the management structure through discussions during the Preparatory Phase. Writing of the GANIL/SPIRAL2 Consortium Agreement. Organisation of the signature of all members International Status of GANIL/SPIRAL2 SPIRAL2 PP project Relevant well known models for EU Partners ILL -ESRF

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