1 Boris Sharkov FAIR Joint Core Team Status of FAIRBoris SharkovFAIR Joint Core Team
2 fore-front research in physics and applied sciences FAIR Baseline Technical ReportNuclear Structure Physics and Nuclear Astrophysics with RIBsHadron Physics with Anti-Proton BeamsPhysics of Nuclear Matter with Relativistic Nuclear CollisionsAtomic Physics Plasma Physics and Applied Science with highly charged, highly Bunched ion Beams and low energy anti-protons+ Accelerator PhysicsFAIR will provide worldwide unique accelerator and experimental facilities allowing for a large variety offore-front research in physics and applied sciencesSIS 100/300SIS 18UNILACRadioactive Ion Production TargetSuperFRSHESRAnti-Proton Production TargetCRFLAIRRESRNESR100 m27 March 20172
3 Modularized Start Version FAIR – Facility for Antiproton and Ion ResearchHelmholtzzentrum GmbHGmbHModularized Start VersionBoris SharkovFAIR Joint Core Team LeaderGSI Helmholtzzentrum fuer SchwerionenforschungObserversAustriaIndiaChinaFinnlandFranceGermanyGreeceUKItalyPolandSlovakiaSloveniaSpainSwedenRomaniaRussia
4 Development of Project Structure 2005Entire FacilityBTR2007Phase APhase BSIS300 +e-ring2009Module 0SIS100Module 1expt areas HADES/CBM and APPAModule 2Super-FRSfixed target areaNuSTARModule 3pbar facility, incl. CR forPANDA,options for NuSTARModule 4LEB for NuSTAR, NESR for NuSTAR and APPA,FLAIR for APPAModule 5RESRhigher intensity for PANDA & parallel operations with NuSTAR and APPAStartversionPhase B
5 Project Staging2005 idea: Staging of the project ( total cost 2005: 1187 M€)three stages defined by optimizing start of science2007 idea: Staging of the project ( available funds 940 M€ )two phases defined / matched with assured funding levelPhase A = start-version, Phase B = all that‘s left out in Phase A2009 idea: Modularized FAIR Start Version 2009start with module 0 to 3, modules 4 and 5 (when funds available)27 March 20175
6 ModulesModule 0: Heavy-Ion Synchrotron SIS100, basis and core of FAIR, required for all physics programmesModule 1: Experiment halls at SIS100 for extracted beam diagnostics, HADES/CBM, APPA, and detector calibration.Module 2: Super-FRS for NUSTAR.Module 3: Antiproton facility for PANDA, providing further options also for NUSTARModule 4: Additional low-energy caves for NUSTAR, NESR storage ring for NUSTAR und APPA, building for antimatter programme FLAIRModule 5: RESR storage ring for a higher beam intensity for PANDA and parallel operation with NUSTAR
8 Rationale for new Modularized Start Version (WP) Cost estimate for modular version presented by architectsDetailed list of site related construction costs worked outbased upon a new cost estimate in 2009 for the accelerator complexfirm commitments of FAIR Member StatesGermany and State of Hesse announced to cover "site-dependent" construction costs outside FAIR project budget+ 110 M€ !
9 Roadmap Driven by civil construction Aim for earliest commissioning of accelerators and respective experiments
10 The new Testing Hall for FAIR Boris Sharkov – Leader FAIR Joint Core Team
11 Roofing Ceremony in the new Testing Hall - September 3, 2009Boris Sharkov – Leader FAIR Joint Core Team
12 ConclusionsBased on recent cost estimates and firm commitments of FAIR Member States the MSV is elaboratedModules 0-3 ensure a physics programme that is still unique, competitive with great discovery potentialall FAIR science communities can perform excellent physics from early onthe facility can be smoothly upgraded towards the full version of FAIR facilityJCT continues efforts on cost savings measures in cc, accelerator design etc…Setup of the international company proceeds in parallel
13 Thank you for attention ! FAIR will open a new research era in hadronic, nuclear and atomic physics as well as in applied science. The White Paper outlines a realistic path to achieve this goal. The Modularized Start Version provides an outstanding and world-leading research program for all scientific FAIR communities which will be further strengthened by the addition of further modulesThank you for attention !
15 Status in October: Revised costs: 1027 M€* Firm commitments: M€ (total 1104 M€ )Challenge: define project for 1039 M€ that allows excellent physics and serves all communities !This is beeing evaluated financially and scientifically*(2005 prices)
16 PAC on Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Astrophysics (NUSTAR-PAC): 667 authors 1.) Low Energy Branch (LEB)High-resolution In-Flight Spectroscopy (HISPEC)/ Zs.Podolyak/ SurreyDecay Spectroscopy with Implanted Ion Beams (DESPEC) + B. Rubio ValenciaPrecision Measurements of very short-lived Nuclei using anAdvanced Trapping System for highly-charged Ions (MATS) K.Blaum MainzLASER Spectroscopy for the Study of Nuclear Properties (LASPEC) P. Campbell ManchesterNeutron Capture Measurements (NCAP) M.Heil FZKAntiprotonic Radioactive Nuclides (Exo+pbar) M. Wada Riken2.) High Energy Branch (R3B)A Universal Setup for Kinematical Complete Measurements ofReactions with Relativistic Radioactive Beams (R3B) T. Aumann GSI3.) Ring Branch (STORIB)Study of Isomeric Beams, Lifetimes and Masses (ILIMA) Y .Novikov SPNPIExotic Nuclei Studied in Light-Ion Induced Reactionsat the NESR Storage Ring (EXL) M. Chartier LiverpoolElectron-Ion Scattering in a Storage Ring (e-A Collider) (ELISe) H. Simon GSIAntiproton-Ion Collider: A Tool for the Measurement of Neutron andProton rms radii of Stable and Radioactive Nuclei (AIC) R. Krücken TUM