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1 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 1 European Nuclear Science and Applications Research (ENSAR) Muhsin N. Harakeh NuPECC Meeting 9-10 March 2012 Milano, Italy

2 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 2 Transnational Access Facilities in IA ENSAR TNA1 (Access to GANIL) TNA2 (Access to GSI) TNA3 (Access to INFN-LNL&LNS) TNA4 (Access to JYU-JYFL) TNA5 (Access to KVI) TNA6 (Access to CERN-ISOLDE) TNA7 (Access to ALTO)

3 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 3 Network Activities in ENSAR (2 nd Call) NA01 FISCO (FInancial & Scientific COordination) M. N. Harakeh NA02 ECOS (European Collaboration On Stable ion beams) F. Azaiez NA03 EURISOL NET (EURopean ISOL NETwork) Y. Blumenfeld NA04 ATHENA (Advanced THeory & Experiments for Nuclear Astrophysics) K. Sonnabend NA05 EGAN (European Gamma & Ancillary detectors Network) S. Lenzi NA06 EFINION (European Forum for Innovative applications of Nuclear ION beams and tools) S. Harissopulos

4 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 4 Joint Research Activities in ENSAR (2 nd Call) The JRAs deal with all aspects of experimental activities from sources and targets, to detectors, to simulations of experimental set- ups, data analysis and a development of adequate theoretical tools. JRA01 ARES (Advanced Research on Ecr ion Sources) G. Ciavola JRA02 ActILab (Actinide ISOL target R&D Laboratory) T. Stora JRA03 PREMAS (Low-energy beam PREparation, MAnipulation & Spectroscopy) A. Jokinen JRA04 INDESYS (INnovative solutions for nuclear physics DEtector SYStems: From basic R&D to applications for the society) D. Cortina Gil JRA05 SiNuRSE (Simulations for Nuclear Reactions and Structure in Europe) N. Kalantar-Nayestanaki JRA06 EWIRA (East West Integrated Research Activities) D. Balabanski JRA07 THEXO (THeoretical tools in support of infrastructures) P.-H. Heenen

5 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 55 ENSAR Timeline Negotiation with EC opened on 26 March First negotiation meeting with EC on 18 May Negotiations ended on target date, i.e. 11 June ENSAR started on 1 September ENRI Agreement signed on 6 September 2010 Grant Contract signed on 3 December EC first instalment received on 13 December Consortium Agreement signed on 22 December End of the ENSAR project August 31, 2014

6 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 6 Reporting frequency to EC has changed. Period 1: 18 months (ends 29 February 2012) Period 2: 18 months Period 3 (last): 12 months + final report In the Last NuPECC meeting 7-8 October 2011 in Budapest report on progress of ENSAR in the first year. We are now collecting information for the 1 st reporting period. Not completed yet! In between we have a new beneficiary: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt-am-Main (GUF)

7 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 7 Partners of GANIL GSI LNL-INFN LNS-INFN JYL RUG-KVI CERN-ISOLDE ALTO-CNRS TUW ULB KUL CEA INRNE-BAS RBI NPI TUD NCSRD ATOMKI-HAS ECT* UWAR IFJ-PAN FFCUL IFIN-HH USC CIEMAT UCM PSI UNIBAS JOGU UNIMAN 30 beneficiaries 7 TNA Facilities 18 countries 53 associated partners 18 countries 53 associated partners +1 beneficiary GUF

8 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 8 11:00Welcome & Status of the projectM. N. Harakeh 11:30Presentation of 1st Intermediate Scientific ReportM. N. Harakeh & K. Turzó 13:00Lunch 14:30Presentation of 1st Intermediate Financial ReportM. N. Harakeh & V. Vandevoorde 15:00Discussion of the 1 st Intermediate ReportsAll 15:30Objectives of the 2 nd Period of the ENSAR Project (March August 2013) M. N. Harakeh 16:00AOBAll 16:15Place and Date of the Next MeetingAll Agenda 2 nd GA Meeting April 24 th, 2012 CERN, Geneva, Switzerland 10:30 Welcome coffee 16:30 End of the Meeting

9 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 9 1 st year2 nd year Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Status Work Package 1 - FISCO (1) MS1 Activity coordinators confirmedM done D1.1 Report on the confirmation of activity coordinators D done MS2 1st PCC Meeting heldM done D1.2 Report on 1st PCC Meeting D done MS3 Executive Board electedM done D1.3 Report on Election of the Executive Board D done MS4 Steering committees establishedM done D1.4 Report on establishment of steering committees D done D1.5 ENRI agreement signedD done MS5 Consortium agreement M done D1.6 Consortium agreement signed D done MS6 Web site established M done MS7 1st Meeting of the GA held M done D1.7 Report on 1st GA Meeting D done MS8 2nd PCC Meeting held M done D1.8 Report on 2nd PCC Meeting D done MS9 1st FCG Meeting held M done D1.9 Report on 1st FCG Meeting D done MS10 Plan for dissemination of knowledge drafted – development and maintenance of databases for the whole community M done D1.10 Draft version of plan for dissemination of knowledge D done MS11 2nd Meeting of the GA held Min progress MS12 3rd PCC Meeting held M Done MS13 Plan for raising public awareness drafted – website for the layman online M not reached MS15 Mid-term status and results presented to EC M in progress

10 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 10 Work Package 2 - ECOSQ1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2 MS34 Network setup M done MS35 Dedicated ECOS Web page on the ENSAR Web site available M done Work Package 3 - EURISOL NET MS36 Setting up of working groups for each subject M done MS37 1st working group meetings: identification of main common R&D issues M done MS38 1st EURISOL town meeting: input from associate partners and the community M postponed to October 2012 Work Package 5 - EGAN MS46 Setup of Scientific Committee and Working Groups M done MS47-48 Setup of website and database M done MS53-54 Meetings with hosting infrastructures M done MS49-52 Meetings of the Scientific Committee M M done MS55-58 Meetings of Working Group 1 M M done MS59-62 Meetings of Working Group 2 M M done MS63-66 Meetings of Working Group 3 M M done MS67-70 Collaboration Workshops M M done MS71-72 Training courses for young researchers M done MS73-74 Exchange of key technical personnel M ??? Work Package 6 - EFINIONQ1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2 MS75 Website of EFINION M done D6.5 The EFINIONs website. D done MS76 Roundup of survey of past and present multidisciplinary and application-oriented research within ENSAR M in progress D6.1 Preliminary survey of past and present multidisciplinary and application- oriented research in ENSAR D in progress

11 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 11 B.1 Activities presented here refer to institution: Enter name of ENSAR institution on behalf of which information is provided in the questionnaire B.2 Contact person of your institution for EFINION matters To be assigned by the institution director / head B.3 In the following table(s) please describe as clear as possible the application(s) running at your lab that, in your view, deserve to be included in the EFINION catalogue. Though, EFINIONs goal is to document all applications running at ENSAR institutions, some major criteria for the final composition of the catalogue will be the following: 1. Innovative aspects of the application 2. Socio-economic impact 3. Multi-disciplinary character 4. Existing links with end-users 5. Involvement of radioactive beams in the application 6. Uniqueness 7. Sustainability beyond ENSARs termination 8. Potential for patents 9. European added-value 10. Potential for public awareness

12 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 12 C.1 Provide in this field a general title for your application e.g. Hydrology studies based on laser and ion-beam simultaneous irradiations C.2 Describe in this field in scientific language the application you are referring to! (max 1 page). If necessary, use references but the minimum possible. C.3 In this field, present your application for non-experts, preferably for policy makers and the public in general (max. 1 page) No references here! C.4 Insert in this field any picture/drawing etc. of your setup or of a similar one (use a proper picture resolution allowing for a professional use later – max. space for your pic ½ page) C.5 Insert in this field any picture/drawing etc. you judge as proper for raising awareness/attracting non-experts (use a proper picture resolution allowing for a professional use later – max. space for your pic ½ page) C.6 Comment on the presented application in terms of the aforementioned 10 criteria for including it in the EFINION Catalogue. (no space limitation) C.7 Provide any other information you judge relevant for EFINION purposes (no space limitation) C.8Name of person in charge of the activities relevant to the presented application with and contact details C.9Research Group members working on the application and their affiliation (also external collaborators) C.10 Do you intend to participate in the EFINION Workshop to present the application? If YES, which person will (tentatively) do this?

13 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 13 Work Package 9 - PREMAS (1) Q1 Q2Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 MS110 Radioactive beams of condensable elements: evaluation of ECR- ionization methods for GANIL / SPIRAL 1 M done MS111 Integration of COMIC into the ISOLDE TIS units M ??? MS92-93 Production of new and/or higher quality beams of short-lived radioactive isotopes using the new LIS techniques M ??? MS96-99 New ionization schemes per 12 months M done Work Package 11 - SiNuRSEQ1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4 MS121 Event generator for light ion induced reaction ready for benchmarking and for implementation into simulation codes M done MS124 Choice for codes to be implemented in the virtual Monte-Carlo simulations M done Work Package 12 - EWIRAQ1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2 D12.5 EWIRA web-site D done MS127 Design of a plunger for stable beams with tracking capabilities M ???

14 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 14 TNA Number of beam hours promised -full contract Number of beam hours 1/09/ /8/2011 Estimate d number of Users - full contract Number of Users 1/09/ /8/2011 Estimate d number of days - full contract Number of days 1/09/ /8/2011 Estimate d number of projects - full contract Number of projects 1/09/ /8/2011 Total amount for T&S - full contract Amount for T&S 1/09/ /8/2011 Amount for other direct costs - full contract (AGATA) Amount for other direct costs (AGATA) 1/09/ /8/2011 Access costs - full contract Access costs 1/09/ /8/2011 GANIL ,800114,35480, ,000209,200 GSI ,62123,65099, ,15074,787 INFN , ,27865,000 JYFL , , KVI ,1609, ,80056,880 ISOLDE ,000105, ,4080 ALTO ,7205, ,99820,010

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20 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 20 Collaboration meetings and workshops at ECT* Three days ( ctober): The shell evolution and the role of correlations in very neutron rich nuclei After the workshop (17-21 October): Nuclear structure seen through ground-state properties of exotic nuclei 2012

21 NuPECC Meeting, 9-10 March 2012; Milano, Italy 21 Thank you for your attention


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