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1 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 The Integrated Infrastructure Initiative (I3) EURONS

2 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 The I3 project EURONS : Goals of an I3 Improvement of existing infrastructures* (Joint research activities, JRA) Increase access to existing infrastructures* (Transnational access, TNA) Foster networking and integrating activities (Networks) * Large-scale facilities, laboratories with unique instrumentation, collections and museums, data bases, communication networks, etc.

3 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 The I3 project EURONS: Budgets for Access, Networks, and JRAs Access to infrastructures:6.590 k Networking and integrating activities:1.456 k Joint research activities:6.010 k total: k 45 institutions in 22 countries Work packages: 8 Transnational Access Activities 8 Networking Activities 11 Joint Research Activities January 2005 to December 2008 Project Coordinator: Alex C. Mueller (Orsay) (Assistant to the Coordinator: Christoph Scheidenberger, GSI)

4 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 General Assembly One representative of each laboratory feedback from and to community, monitor progress Project Coordination Committee All project leaders and the managing team Support of Coordinator in all management issues, surveys the overall coherence of the activities Management Administrative persons Keep track of financial situation, control cash flow The I3 project EURONS: Management structure

5 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 The Activities : Networks No. Network ActivityResponsible Person N1 MANET - Management NetworkMANET Alex C. MuellerAlex C. Mueller (CNRS-IN2P3) and C. Scheidenberger (GSI) C. Scheidenberger N2 CARINA - Challenges and AdvancedCARINA Research in Nuclear Astrophysics C. AnguloC. Angulo (UCL) K. Sonnabend (IKP TUD) N3 GAMMAPOOL - Coordination of theGAMMAPOOL resources for -ray spectroscopy in Europe S. LenziS. Lenzi (INFN Padova) N4 EWON - East-West-Outreach - European Nuclear Physics NetworkEWON S. Harissopulos S. Harissopulos (NCSR Demokritos) and R. Broda (U- Warsaw)R. Broda N5 NuPECC - NuPECC Mapping StudiesNuPECCS. KörnerS. Körner (NuPECC) N6 PANSI3 - Network for EnhancedPANSI3 Dissemination of Information on Nuclear Research within EURONS H. LeebH. Leeb (AIAU) N7 SHE - Transfermium element synthesis, properties and reactions A. VillariA. Villari (GANIL) N8 TNET - Network to coordinate the Nuclear Structure and Reaction Theory workTNET I.ThompsonI.Thompson (U-Surrey) J. Tostevin (U-Surrey)

6 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 No. Project Responsible Person(s) JRA1 ACTARACTAR - Active Target Detectors for the Study of Extremely Exotic Nuclei using Direct Reactions H. SavajolsH. Savajols / P. Roussel- Chomaz (GANIL) P. Roussel- Chomaz JRA2 AGATAAGATA - Advanced Gamma Tracking Array W. KortenW. Korten (CEA) JRA3 Charge BreedingCharge Breeding - Advanced charge breeding of radioactive ions O. KesterO. Kester (GSI) JRA4 DLEPDLEP - Detection of Low Energy Particles from Exotic β-decays O. TengbladO. Tengblad (CSIC) JRA5 EXLEXL - Exotic nuclei studied with Light hadronic probes N. KalantarN. Kalantar (RUG-KVI) The Activities : Joint Research Activities

7 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 No. Project Responsible Person(s) JRA6INTAGINTAG - Instrumentation for TaggingP. ButlerP. Butler (U-Liverpool) JRA7 ISIBHI - Ion Sources for Intense Beams of Heavy Ions G. CiavolaG. Ciavola (INFN-LNS) JRA8 LASERLASER - Laser techniques for Exotic nuclei Research P. Van DuppenP. Van Duppen (U- Leuven) JRA9 RHIBRHIB - Reactions with High-Intensity Beams of exotic nuclei T. AumannT. Aumann (GSI) JRA10 SAFERIBSAFERIB - European Joint Research Activity on Radiation Protection Issues related to Radioactive Ion Beam Facilities P. ThirolfP. Thirolf (LMU) JRA11 TRAPSPEC - Improvements and developments of ion traps, spectrometers and detectors for low- energy nuclear physics experiments N. SeverijnsN. Severijns (U-Leuven) The Activities : Joint Research Activities see details here:

8 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 I. TNA activities EURONS backbone: 8 facilities ~ 1900 users ~ person-days > 350 user projects ~ new user groups

9 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 The "theory access facility" of EURONS International workshop series and collaboration meetings Doctoral Training Programme Postdoctoral Programme Theory of strongly-int. particles: –nuclear structure –QCD –hadron physics matter under extreme conditions nuclear astrophysics condensed matter physics quantum physics of small systems

10 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 II. JRA and networking In 2002/3, when preparing the EURONS project, the nuclear-structure community in Europe had identified the following needs of high priority: Beams Detectors and instruments Reaction setups Safety Co-ordination (synergies, strategies) Mapping studies Outreach JRAs Networks

11 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Beams ISIBHI: intense primary beams efficient charged-particle generation for accelerators study and optimize the charge breeding process improve the beam quality and purity Charge Breeding: intense secondary beams optimization of breeding efficiency narrow the charge state distribution optimize the purification from rest gas contamination optimize the transverse and longitudinal emittance of the extracted beams LASER: efficient use of ISOL beams new exotic and isomeric RIBs optimization of RIB time structure injection into ion traps or post-accelerators, reduction of background in collinear spectroscopy,...) New beams Intensity Quality (purity, phase space) Complementary developments, all facilities benefit

12 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Safety - Impact on Research Facilities SAFERIB project results: improvement of research facilities: calculations and measurements of secondary radiation/activation from fast beams in thick targets development of high-intensity fission source development of cryotrap to localize volatile radioactivity from intense fission source development of remote-controlled target handling system study of impact on the environment: - soil and ground water activation - activity transport in ground water - spent ISOL targets: inventory, handling, release risks GSI: improvement of target shielding of Super-FRS EURISOL: concept for safe, intense fission source GANIL: improvement of radiopro- tection concept for SPIRAL-2 INFN-LNL: prerequisite for operation of SPES fission target CERN: improvement of radioactive waste handling and disposal any RIB facility licensing procedure Saferib

13 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 AGATADLEP INTAGTRAPSPEC Sensitivity Selectivity Count-rate capab. New opportun. Detectors and instruments Development of semi-conductor charged-particle detectors with pulse shape analysis Detector array + electronics built ISOLDE: evidence of a new state in 11 Be observed in 11 Li beta decay Implementation of new equipment for trap-assisted spectroscopy for nuclear structure and fundamental physics Applied at ISOLDE, GANIL, GSI, JYFL: masses, decay schemes, recoil spectra, neutron decay Gamma-ray spectroscopy of unpre- cedented selectivity and efficiency, demonstrator ready end of 2008 AGATA demonstrator currently under construction in Legnaro Application at LNL, GANIL, GSI Extend the method from -decay tagging to - tagging using focal plane detectors and prompt radiation spectrometers Now in use at GANIL, GSI, ISOLDE, JYFL, LNL universally applicable to improve the performance of the facilities.

14 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Pooling of resources - GAMMAPOOL Pooling of existing, not site-specific g-ray instrumentation in order to use it Europe-wide in a coordinated manner among 20 participanting institutes from 6 countries: –Resources and campaigns: clusters, clovers, single-crystal Ge, electronics and other equipment for GSI/FRS LNL/PRISMA JYFL/RITU –New collaborations: GANIL, ALTO, LNL AGATA: characterization of detectors –Workshops: 3 workshops with >200 participants and ~120 contributions....a good example, how one can achieve a high value with good co-ordination and rather little money stopped beam, isomer and β-decay stud. neutron rich nuclei, reaction mechanism proton-rich very heavy nuclei

15 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Identification and definition of needs and strategies - CARINA, TNET, SHE e.g. CARINA: co-ordinate activities, research efforts and efficient use of existing experimental facilities for nuclear astrophysics 4 working groups established: Astrophysics and nuclear models Instrumentation Link to EURONS large scale facilities Link to European small scale facilities 2 workshops 3 new collaborations established (JINA, EURISOL, ECOS).... a new degree of interaction for increased efficiency in nuclear astrophysics has been established

16 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Mapping studies - NuPECC, EWON The mapping of the community at large, performed under the auspices of NuPECC are subject of two dedicated networks EWON has specifically addressed the eastern-European nuclear physics research potential with an emphasis on the candidate countries Enhanced involvement of more than 500 scientists Look for actions necessary to improve the existing infrastructures Exploit and promote the research potential of local machines Promote the high-level of expertise of EWON scientists Come up with ideas to be included in future I3 => EWIRA Interact intensively with NuPECC

17 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Enhanced dissemination - PANSI3 A dedicated outreach activity to reach the layman to raise public awareness of nuclear science in Europe to disseminate EURONS results......realized with a concerted networking effort......published recently

18 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, reaching the general public

19 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 EURONS monitoring: deliverables

20 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 EURONS monitoring: milestones

21 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 EURONS monitoring: financial overview

22 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Impact and future Applications data, basic knowledge and techniques for spin-offs in –health, medicine –safety, security –producing and evaluating nuclear data and techniques for applications, e.g. nuclear energy Society –outreach activities have prompted public awareness and have attracted large interest (e.g. open-house days at various EURONS facilities) –integral part of the EURONS activities: education of next-generation nuclear scientists, a great value for the society as a whole Future –all EURONS activities will continue in one or another way, ENSAR? –integration of east-European scientists from candidate countries –several long-term projects SPIRAL-II, Eurisol...) and many "small" laboratories increase future opportunities

23 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Applications for the society Health, medicine Safety, security Trace analysis High-power X-ray imagingPolonium detection on-line PET imaging using pulse shape analysis

24 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Conclusions EURONS activities have lead to an... efficient use of existing resources... improvement of its facilities... increase of access in quantity and quality EURONS has fulfilled its mission EURONS has largely disseminated its achievements, more publications to come EURONS is a managerial and scientific success, for the benefit of the facilities, the user community, and the public As a pan-European project, EURONS has very successfully contributed to structuring the field, coordinating ongoing activities, promoting the most needed R&D, defining future needs of the nuclear-structure community in Europe This community must be kept together by a successor project

25 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Intense primary beams High B-field (~3T), operated at 28 GHz compact source, permanent magnets B max =3T, B rad ~ T highest field of a permanent- magnet trap commissioning has begun at the end of 2007, completion within next months multi-purpose super-conducting ECRIS (MS-ECRIS) largest adjustable magnetic field ever achieved: B max =4T, B rad =2.7T, large ECR zone all components built, but magnets have not yet achieved the requested performances. Simulations and tests at Grenoble, Groningen, Frankfurt, Catania to optimize E-field: uniform field: ions weakly scattered, strongly improved beam quality non-uniform E-field: ions strongly scattered

26 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, New opportunities with laser ion sources Increased selectivity New beams For the first time laser ionization of polonium: development of two new laser ionization schemes Post-accelerated isomeric Cu beams at ISOLDE: 68m,g Cu, 2.86 MeV/u, 3E5 pps, 74% pure 68g Cu 68m Cu

27 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, New opportunities with laser ion sources Increased selectivity New beams For the first time laser ionization of polonium: development of two new laser ionization schemes 68 Cu 6 - (+1 + ) 120 Sn Energy (keV) 68 Cu 1 + Post-accelerated isomeric Cu beams at ISOLDE: 68m,g Cu, 2.86 MeV/u, 3E5 pps, 74% pure 68g Cu 68m Cu

28 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Charge breeders survey Injection of molecules: 13 C 16 O 13 C % 139 LO L % Tests in the afterglow mode: 86 K K 13+ 1% 132 Xe Xe % 85 Rb Rb % Trapping and breeding of daughter nuclides: 61 Mn (T 1/2 =0.7s) 61 Fe (T 1/2 =359s): qual. res. Simulations with CBSIM: ionization, charge exchange, RR, collisions, electron- ion-heating, ion-ion cooling, space-charge neutralis.,... EBISECRIS

29 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 Reaction setups for relativistic beams Exclusive measurement of all interesting reaction channels - knockout plus decay of residual system - inelastic excitation plus proton decay (nuclear, electromagnetic) - quasi-free scattering: (p,2p) (p,pn) (p,p ) new: proton tracking behind magnet with drift chambers new: proton tracking around the target with Si-strip detectors new: beam tracking with Diamond detectors New user groups from nuclear astrophysics attracted ! RHIB

30 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 New schemes for reaction experiments Feasibility study (p,p) at ESR with 350 MeV/u 136 Xe ions Reconstruction of full kinematics for elastic and inelastic scattering transfer reactions break-up and knock-out GSI - high energy: storage ring + internal target GANIL - low energy: active target EXL

31 Alex C. Mueller, MANETNuPECC Meeting 2009, Vienna, March 13th - 14th, 2009 SAMURAI TPC, RIKEN An example for synergies R 3 B TPC, GSI/FAIR AT/TPC, MSU TACTIC, TRIUMF TPC BORDEAUX ACTAR, GANIL ACTIVE TARGET, SPIRAL2 + FAIR AFTER (ASIC) ACTAR


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