Table I Participants in the NEEN CountryParticipantCoordinating person Legal entity representing the Participant Czech Rep.Nuclear Phys. State Laboratories and Universities involved in nuclear research Jan DobesNuclear Phys. Inst. Acad. Of Sciences ČR Rež Hungaryas aboveRezso LovasInstitute ATOMKI Debrecen PolandPolish Nuclear Physics Network Rafał Broda Jerzy Jastrzębski Warsaw University SlovakiaNuclear Phys. State Laboratories and Universities involved in nuclear research Emil BetakInstitute of Physics Slovak Acad. Sci. Bratislava
Local experimental facilities Warsaw - Heavy Ion Cyclotron Kraków - Light Particle Cyclotron Kraków - Micro – Beam Facility Kraków - Atomic Force Microscopy Warsaw - VdG electrostatic accelerator Świerk - Proton Cyclotron Warsaw - PET Radiopharmaceuticals Production Centre (in construction) Świerk - Production of medical electron linear accelerators
Heavy Ion Laboratory – Warsaw University Dubna type K=160 machine 10 GHz (home made) ECR Ions from B to Ar 2 – 10 AMeV energy
Experimental Hall at HIL and PET radiopharmaceuticals production area
Warsaw Consortium for PET Collaboration Radiopharmaceuticals Production Center - HIL PET Diagnostic Centers Research Units
Cyclotron AIC-144 in Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences View of the cyclotron The scheme of the transport of the cyclotron beams
Rocks dating by the U-Th-Pb determination in monazites IFJ microprobe applications in geology and life sciences Elemental mapping of cellular structures Microparticles elemental analysis Single ion hit (SIH) and the bystander effect (CELLION –6 FP) cell directly affected intactbystander Mapping of skin exposed to Ti nanoparticles ( NANODERM ) SIH setup
Atomic Force Microscopy Cell stiffness as an indicator of cell transformation Healthy persons Hospitalized Erythrocytes Bladder cells Control cells Cancer cells Youngs modulus [kPa] Adhesion and single bond force single bond force non-specific interaction...and after inhibition of binding sites F= 860 pN Force histograms before...
Warsaw – Van de Graaff electrostatic accelerator
Main Large Scale Facilities used by Polish experimental teams AGORGroningen ATLASArgonne CERNGeneve COSYJuelich DESYHambourg GANILCaen GRAN SASSOItaly GSIDarmstadt IRESStrasbourg JINRDubna K 5OOTexas A+M LEGNAROPadova LNSCatania ORNLOak Ridge RHICBrookhaven SINQVillingen
Polish NP participation in FWP VI ProgramResearch or Network ActivityPolish Institution EU financial Contribution I3 EURONSJRA 2 AGATAHIL WU INP - K 45 000 JRA 6 INTAGHIL WU 36 000 Network EAST/WEST - OUTREACHINP - K HIL WU 80 000 JRA 9 RHIBJAG U 75 000 I3 HP - Hadron Physics JRA2: Fast compact EM calorimeters INS 27 000 JRA5: Generalized parton distributions INS 42 500 SSA – Design Study DIRAC – secondary-Beams Task 5: PANDA 4 Feasibility study to demonstrate the physics performance of PANDA INS33 900 EURISOL Specific Support Action Task 5: Safety and radioprotection Task 10: Physics and instrumentation Task 11: Beam intensity calculation HIL WU 72 000 Total411 400
Polish Nuclear Physics Road Map From EU Structural Funds for Poland in 2007 – 2013 a substantial part will be directed to the Program Competitive Economy In this Program Ministry of High Education and Science will coordinate two Priorities: Priority 1Research and Development of innovatory technologies 1 314 Mil. Euro Priority 2Infrastructure of R+D1 314 Mil. Euro Question:could Nuclear Physics contribute to the realization of these two Priorities?
Propositions: 1.Accelerator and Positron Emission Tomography Centre Transformation of the presently operating Heavy Ion Laboratory 2.Occular Proton Therapy Project Presently in completion phase in Kraków; E p = 60 MeV 3.Proton Therapy Centre Proton variable energy up to 250 MeV 4.Hadron Therapy Centre 12 C beam with variable energy, up to 400 MeV/A 5.High Temperature Nuclear Reactor of IV generation Proposed, European pilot project, collaboration with RAFAEL and France. Production of Hydrogene, coal gasification and liquefaction. 6.Undeground, low activity Laboratory European project of particle and nuclear physics
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