Presentation on theme: "Introduction to Aisian Nuclear Physics Association(ANPhA) Yanlin Ye For ANPhA."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction to Aisian Nuclear Physics Association(ANPhA) Yanlin Ye For ANPhA
Aisian Nuclear Physics Association ANPhA established on 18 July, 2009
ANPhA Members from 8 counties/region 1.Australia 50 2.China 1,000 3.India Japan 1,000 5.Korea Mongolia 30 7.Taiwan 50 8.Vietnum 50 total 2,700 Covers large part of Asia and Oceania
Objectives: 1.The objective of ANPhA is to strengthen Collaboration among Asian nuclear research scientists through the promotion of nuclear physics and its transdisciplinary use and applications. 2.The objective of ANPhA is also to promote Education in Asian nuclear science through mutual exchange and coordination. 3.It also aims at Coordination among Asian nuclear scientists by actively utilizing existing research facilities. 4.Furthermore, at a later stage, it will help to discuss future planning of nuclear science facilities and instrumentation in Asia.
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ANPhA Board Members (17) Australia : Anthony Thomas China : Weiping Liu Guoqing Xiao Yugang Ma Yanlin Ye (Vice Chair) India : Bikash Sinha, Swaminathan Kalias Japan : Shoji Nagamiya Tohru Motobayashi (Secretary) Takaharu Otsuka Hideyuki Sakai (Chair) Korea : Dong-Phil Min (Vice Chair) Seung-Woo Hong Wooyoung Kim Mongolia : to be appointed Taiwan : Jiunn-Wei Chen Vietnam : Dao Tien Khoa Australia : Anthony Thomas China : Weiping Liu Guoqing Xiao Yugang Ma Yanlin Ye (Vice Chair) India : Bikash Sinha, Swaminathan Kalias Japan : Shoji Nagamiya Tohru Motobayashi (Secretary) Takaharu Otsuka Hideyuki Sakai (Chair) Korea : Dong-Phil Min (Vice Chair) Seung-Woo Hong Wooyoung Kim Mongolia : to be appointed Taiwan : Jiunn-Wei Chen Vietnam : Dao Tien Khoa ANPhA Logo
Hadron Facility (K-, n-, -, -beams) Rare Isotope Beam(RIB) Facilities New Accelerator Facilities in Asia for Nuclear Physics 1.J-PARC (KEK/JAEA, Tokai, Japan) only-one project 1.RIBF (RIKEN, Wako, Japan), In-flight RIB 2.HIRLF-CSR (IMP, Lanzhou, China), In-flight RIB 3.BRIF2 (CIAE, Beijing, China), ISOL RIB 4.VECC RIB (Calcutta, India), ISOL RIB 5.KoRIA (Daejun, Korea), In-flight+ISOL 6.HIAF (Lanzhou, China) In-flight & ECS 7.ADS p-LINAC (China) * Electron(gamma) facilities are not listed for brevity.
Long Range: ISOL-RI 2 B in China ? CARIF China Advance Rare Ion-beam Facility) AMeV
Some ANPhA Activities ANPhA Symposium First ANPhA Symposium: Nuclear Physics Facilities in Asia Jan , 2010, Tokai, Japan (J-PARC) Second ANPhA Symposium : KoRIA project Oct. 1-2, 2010, Seoul, Korea (SKKU) Third ANPhA Symposium : Nuclear Physics in China Apr , 2011, Lanzhou, China (IMP) Forth ANPhA Symposium : highlights of nuclear physics and related activities Aug. 3-4, 2012, Adelaide, Australia Support symposium, Schools : ISPUN (Hanoi, 2011) CNS-EFES Summer School (Tokyo, 2011) APNSS2012, June/July (Taipei, 2012) ANPhA Symposium First ANPhA Symposium: Nuclear Physics Facilities in Asia Jan , 2010, Tokai, Japan (J-PARC) Second ANPhA Symposium : KoRIA project Oct. 1-2, 2010, Seoul, Korea (SKKU) Third ANPhA Symposium : Nuclear Physics in China Apr , 2011, Lanzhou, China (IMP) Forth ANPhA Symposium : highlights of nuclear physics and related activities Aug. 3-4, 2012, Adelaide, Australia Support symposium, Schools : ISPUN (Hanoi, 2011) CNS-EFES Summer School (Tokyo, 2011) APNSS2012, June/July (Taipei, 2012)
19 talks +panel discussion Japan H. Sakaurai(RIKEN) RIBF T. Nagae(Kyoto Univ), J-PARC T. Otsuka (Univ. Tokyo) Theory & ND T. Kishimoto(RCNP) RCNP H. Shimizu(Tohoku-U) T. Noro(Kyushu Univ) other facilities S. Aoki(Tsukuba) Computing facilities China Quoqing Xiao(IMP) HIRFL-CSR in Lanzhou Weiping Liu (CIAE) BRIF Yugang Ma (SINAP) SSRF-SLEGS Korea Seung-woo Hong (SKKU) KoRIA Y. D. Kim (Sejong U.) Reno Kui Young Kim (KAERI) proton Linac India Bikash Sinha (VECC/SINP) Super Cyclo & RIBF S. Kailas (BARC) Facil. Mumbai and Delhi Vietnam Vu Than Mai (Hanoi Univ. of Sci.) Situation in Vietnum Taiwan Daicui Zhou (Huazhong Normal U.) ALICE at LHC Jiunn-Wei Chen (NTU.) Situation in Taiwan Australia David Hinde (ANU) Situation in Australia
25 talks +2discussions Program * First Day Oct 1 (9:15 ~ 18:40) 9:15 ~ 9:20 Dong-Pil Min Opening 9:20 ~ 9:50 Wolfgang Mittig FRIB and KoRIA 9:50 ~ 10:20 Yorick Blumenfeld CERN ISOLDE and EURISOL 10:20 ~ 10:50 Tohru Motobayashi Nuclear Physics at RIBF 11:10 ~ 11:40 Marek Lewitowicz Low energy physics & related facility in SPIRAL2 11:40 ~ 12:10 Alberto Andrighetto The production target for RIB's facility : R&D activities at LNL for the SPES project 12:10 ~ 12:30 Yoshishige Yamazaki Linac, Synchrotron, and Cyclotron for RIB 1:30 ~ 1:50 Weiping Liu Progress of on-going (BRIF) and proposed (CARIF) RIB Projects in CIAE 1:50 ~ 2:10 Dan Xie A Brief Review of the Development of ECR Ion Source 2:10 ~ 2:30 Hironori Kuboki Stripper in RIBF 2:30 ~ 2:50 Toshiyuki Kubo Fragment Separator in RIBF 2:50 ~ 3:10 Hiroari Miyatake A New Approach for Next-TRIAC 3:30 ~ 3:45 Seung-Woo Hong Overview of KoRIA 3:45 ~ 4:10 Yong Kyun Kim Planning of Scientific Program at KoRIA 4:10 ~ 4:35 Young Kwan Kwon KRS: KoRIA Recoil Spectrometer 4:35 ~ 5:00 Kyung Sei Lee Large-Acceptance Multipurpose Spectrometer (LAMPS) for Symmetry-Energy Researches in Korea 5:00 ~ 5:25 Se- Hwan Park Material Science Research at KoRIA 5:25 ~ 5:45 Dai Hyuk Yu Atomic Physics for RI Research 5:45 ~ 6:05 Young-Ouk Lee Nuclear Data at KoRIA 6:05 ~ 6:30 Hide Sakai Discussion Second Day: Oct 2. (9:00 ~ 12:10) 9:00 ~ 9:30 Seung Kook Ko Driver Linac 9:30 ~ 9:50 Jong Seo Chai Cyclotron 9:50 ~ 10:10 B. H. Oh Ion Source 10:10 ~ 10:30 Yong Sub Cho RFQ 10:50 ~ 11:10 Tae-Sun Park ISOL Linac 11:10 ~ 11:30 Jong Won Kim Fragment Separator 11:30 ~ 12:00 Jerry Nolen Discussion 12:00 ~ 12:10 Hide Sakai Closing
1st day, April 29, :30 – 8:40 Wenlong Zhan, Opening 8:40 – 9:10 Hideyuki Sakai, Brief sketch of ANPhA 9:10 – 9:40 Yanlin Ye, Introduction to the State Key Laboratory of Nuclear Physics and Technology at Peking University 9:40 – 10:10 Tohru Motobayashi, 10:30 – 11:00 Guoqing Xiao Status of Nuclear Physics in IMP and Introduction of Heavy Ion Accelerator 11:00 – 11:30 Seung-Woo Hong, Status of ADS in Korea; Current Status of KoRIA Project 11:30 – 12:00 Nu Xu, Study QCD Phase Structure in High- Energy Nuclear Collisions 13:30 – 14:00 Weiping Liu, Progress of BRIF and CARIF 14:00 – 14:30 Hushan Xu, ADS Activities in CAS 14:30 – 15:00 Takaharu Otsuka, Neutron-rich Exotic Nuclei and Nuclear Forces 15:00 – 15:30 Haihong Xia, The Progress of Researches on ADS in CIAE 15:30 – 16:00 Zhongzhou REN 16:20 – 16:50 Shoji Nagamiya, Recent Status of J-PARC 16:50 – 17:20, Yuhu Zhang, Atomic Mass Measurements at CSRe 17:20 – 17:50 Xiaohong Zhou 17:50 – 18:20 Xinwen Ma, 18:20 – 18:50 Bingsong Zou 2 nd day, April 30, :30 – 9:00 Xiaoyu Wu, Recent Progress at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beam (FRIB) 9:00 – 9:30 Tae Sun PARK, SC ISOL Linac of KoRIA Project 9:30 – 9:50 Yuan He 9:50 – 10:10 Lei Yang 10:30 – 10:55 Xin Qian, Physics Program with 12 GeV JLab 10:55 – 11:20, Daicui Zhou 11:20 – 11:45 Anthony Thomas, WG.9 : IUPAP Working Group on International Cooperation in Nuclear Physics 11:45 – 12:30 Open discussion
4 th ANPhA Symposium
Center for Nuclear Study, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo CNS Summer School International Tradition: 10 th at 2011 Target: graduate students Participants: about 100 >1/4 from foreign countries Support travel / stay School support
1. Are you able to consider positively the formation of the Division and involvement in your area as a founding partner of a Division of AAPPS? It is highly appropriate that ANPhA should be involved as a founding partner of the Nuclear Physics Division of AAPPS. 2. The next APPC (Asia Pacific Physics Conference) will be held in the summer of Your active participation in a Division starting from this APPC meeting is highly desired. Are you willing to contribute to this meeting? Yes, we would be pleased to assist in organizing nuclear physics sessions in APPC Preliminary Conversation with AAPPS (Nov. 2011)
3. What type of activities can you think of within a Division? ANPhA could contribute to the AAPPS Bulletin by taking some responsibility as a member of the editorial board. ANPhA would like to invite AAPPS member organizations which are not members of ANPhA, when some nuclear physics activities exist but the size is not sufficient to form a community in order to strengthen their activities in their country/region by collaboration. 4. Any other comments on the formation of Divisions at AAPPS. We are willing to assist in the formation of a viable Division of Nuclear Physics.
NuPECC 6,000 NSAC 2,400 2,700 ALAFNA 2,400 ANPhA Nuclear Physics Community in the World vs. : exchange observer