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HIE-ISOLDE: the technical options

Mats Lindroos ; Thomas Nilsson (Institutionen för fundamental fysik, Subatomär fysik ; Extern)
(2006)
[Bok, med redaktör]

The ISOLDE facility at CERN has a long and successful tradition of continuous development and growth in order to meet the scientific requests from the user community. The current situation continues this habit and several projects to increase the scientific scope of the facility through technical developments are under way or envisaged within the medium-term future planning. These developments will result in a transformed facility with the label HIE (High Intensity and Energy)-ISOLDE where the intensity, quality, and energy range of the secondary beams will be substantially improved. They are largely in line with the necessary technical developments towards the future EURISOL facility. This report summarizes these development projects.

Nyckelord: CERN, ISOLDE, accelerator, radioactive beams, upgrade programme


The CERN Yellow Report series was started in 1955. It provided a medium for communicating the work done at CERN where publication in a journal was not appropriate. The yellow report series includes the proceedings of schools and of workshops having a large impact on the future of CERN, the series also includes reports on detectors and technical papers from individual CERN divisions, again the criteria being that the audience should be large and the duration of interest long. The Yellow Reports have to be approved by the CERN Report Editorial Board (CREB), who call for the advice of referees when judged necessary.



Denna post skapades 2006-12-12. Senast ändrad 2014-09-02.
CPL Pubid: 24324

 

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Institutioner (Chalmers)

Institutionen för fundamental fysik, Subatomär fysik (2005-2013)

Ämnesområden

Tungjonsfysik
Lågenergifysik
Atomfysik
Halvledarfysik
Övrig teknisk fysik

Chalmers infrastruktur