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1 NuPECC: Towards a New Long Range Plan for Nuclear Physics in Europe Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20091

2 European Landscape Organisational structure – Nuclear Physics Board, European Physical Society Elected & co-opted, bottom-up – European Research Area, ERA, European Union Bottom-up – Framework Programmes 6 & 7: Research Infrastructure I3s & IAs Top-down – EU Council: European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, ESFRI – FP7 ERANETs: NuPNET – Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee, NuPECC, European Science Foundation, ESF Mixed, top-down & bottom-up Major facilities: lepton, hadron and heavy ion accelerator labs in – Finland, Sweden, Germany, France, Switzerland and Italy Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20092

3 Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20093 DESY: HERMES 28 GeV e +- L=10 32 CERN: COMPASS μ +-, hadrons 200 GeV, L=10 32 ALICE LHeC? ESRF: GRAAL 10 6 /s 1.5 GeV FAIR: PANDA 15 GeV/c anti- protons Cooler Ring L=2x10 32 CBM PAX? Collider? FZ Jülich: COSY 2.5 GeV p Cooler Ring MAX-lab: 0.25 GeV LNF: DANE e + e - Collider 16 MeV K, L=10 32 DANE-2? MAMI: 1.5 GeV e -, L= /s TSL: Celsius 1.3 GeV p Cooler Ring ELSA: 3.5 GeV e, L= /s Hadron Physics Facilities PSI: Pion beams

4 Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20094 GANIL: SPIRAL 1 (radioactive) HI beams SPIRAL 2 Radioactive HI beams EURISOL? CERN: REX-ISOLDE Radioactive HI beams HIE-ISOLDE Radioactive HI beams EURISOL? INFN LNL HI beams SPES Radioactive HI beams EURISOL? GSI: HI beams FAIR: NuSTAR Radioactive HI beams MAX-lab: 250 MeV MAMI: <1.5 GeV, 10 8 /s JYFL (radioactive) HI beams Nuclear Structure Facilities MPI Heidelberg HI beams LMU & TU Munich HI beams INFN Catania HI beams KVI HI beams

5 What is Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee – founded 1986 by subscribing national research councils, who nominate nuclear scientists as their representatives to be appointed by ESF for 3-6 years Objective of NuPECC: – To strengthen European collaboration in nuclear science through the promotion of nuclear physics and its trans- disciplinary use and application in collaborative ventures between research groups within Europe and particularly those from countries linked to the ESF Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20095

6 European Science Foundation ESF founded in member organisations – Science Ministries – Research Councils – Academies from 30 countries Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20096

7 NuPECC Founded in members from 20 countries 3 meetings/ year in different NuPECC countries Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20097

8 What does Publications Interactions with funding agencies etc. Launch of new Projects Long Range Plans Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20098

9 Publications Web: Nuclear Physics News – 4 issues p.a., 6000 subscribers in Europe, North America & Japan Handbook of Facilities Access Survey of Resources Topical Reports Long Range Plans ! Outreach activities – Brochures Radioactive Beams Nature at the Femto- scale – PANS (Public Awareness of Nuclear Science) – NUPEX (Nuclear Physics Experience) Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/20099

10 Survey of Human Resources 2006 Guenther Rosner10EuNPC Bochum 18/3/2009

11 Interactions European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, ESFRI – NuPECC Roadmap for Construction of Nuclear Physics Research Infrastructures in Europe (2005) European Commission – Strong support for Framework 6 & 7 CAPACITIES I3s and IAs – Scientific advisory body to Framework Programme 7 ERANET NuPNET Nuclear Physics Board, European Physical Society, EPS European Committee for Future Accelerators, ECFA US DoE & NSF Nuclear Science Advisory Committee, NSAC International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, IUPAP – Nuclear Physics Cttee, C12 – Working Group on International Coordination of Nuclear Physics, WG.9 United Nations, OECD – Global Science Forum Working Group on Nuclear Physics (Report 2008) Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200911

12 Launch of New Projects EU Framework 6 Programme – Integrated Infrastructure Initiatives, I3s Nuclear Structure and Reaction Dynamics: EURONS Strongly Interacting Matter: HadronPhysics – Design Studies DIRACsecondary-Beams (FAIR) EURISOL EU Framework 7 Programme – Integrating Activities, IAs Hadron Structure & Spectroscopy, Quark-Gluon-Plasma: HadronPhysics2 Nuclear Science & Applications: ENSAR High intensity stable beam facility: ECOS Electron-nucleon/ion collider: ENC, EIC, LHeC Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200912

13 HadronPhysics I3 ( ) Co-ordinator: INFN Project co-ordinator: Carlo Guaraldo More than 2000 scientists from 112 institutions in 32 countries (cf. Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200913

14 Long Range Plan 2004 Key sub-fields 1)QCD 2)Phases of Nuclear Matter 3)Nuclear Structure 4)Nuclei in the Universe 5)Fundamental Interactions 6)Applications of Nuclear Science Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200914

15 Recommendations LRP 2004 General – Full exploitation of existing NP facilities – Completion of ALICE – Support of NP Theory – Support of outreach activities Specific, support of new construction projects 1)FAIR 2)EURISOL 3)2 nd generation ISOL facilities 1)SPIRAL 2 (GANIL, Caen) 2)SPES (LNL, Legnaro) 3)REX-ISOLDE (CERN, Geneva) 4)MAFF (Research Reactor, Munich) 4)High power p/d driver 5)LI Gran Sasso 6)Multi-GeV lepton scattering facility Outcome – NuPECC Large-Scale Facilities Roadmap submitted to ESFRI in 2005 – ESFRI Roadmap 2006 lists FAIR SPIRAL 2 as highest priority new Research Infrastructures among 5 in Astronomy, Astrophysics, Nuclear and Particle Physics – ESFRI Roadmap Update Dec lists FAIR SPIRAL 2 as projects construction started Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200915

16 Long Range Plan 2010 Topics 1.Hadron Structure & Spectroscopy 2.Phases of Strongly Interacting Matter 3.Nuclear Structure & Dynamics 4.Nuclear Astrophysics 5.Fundamental Interactions 6.Nuclear Physics Tools & Applications Steering Group 1)Guenther Rosner (U Glasgow, Chair) 2)Jens Joergen Gaardhoeje (NBI Copenhagen) 3)Angela Bracco (INFN Milano) 4)Paul-Henri Heenen (U Libre de Bruxelles) 5)Eberhard Widmann (SMI Vienna) 6)Philippe Chomaz (CEA/IRFU Saclay, tbc) Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200916

17 Timelines LRP 2010 Working groups, spring )Convener + G. Rosner, J. Wambach + ca. 10 experts 2)Convener + J.J. Gaardhoeje, T. Peitzmann + ca. 10 experts 3)Convener + A. Bracco, M. Borge + ca. 10 experts... 4)Convener + P.-H. Heenen, S. Harrisopulos + ca. 10 experts 5)Convener + E. Widmann, K. Jungmann + ca. 10 experts 6)Convener + P. Chomaz, E. Nappi + ca. 10 experts Meetings, workshops 1.Summer 2009: Working group meetings 2.Oct. 2009: GSI (tbc) 3.Summer 2010: Final tba Forward Look ESF, autumn 2010 Publication LRP, end of 2010 Roadmap ESF ESFRI, 2011 ERA Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200917

18 You are all invited to contribute Thanks very much Guenther RosnerEuNPC Bochum 18/3/200918

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