ELI-NP - NuPECC

Report
EUROPEAN UNION
GOVERNMENT OF ROMANIA
Structural Instruments
2007-2013
Project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund
Sectoral Operational Programme
„Increase of Economic Competitiveness”
“Investments for Your Future”
Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics
(ELI-NP)
Status and Perspectives
Nicolae-Victor Zamfir
Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI)
Gerard Mourou 1985: Chirped Pulse Amplification (CPA)
Target Normal Sheath Acceleration
(TNSA)
Secondary
target
Secondary radiations
- electrons bremssstrahlung
- gamma rays, neutrons
E~Ilaser1/2
Primary radiations
Electrons are expelled from the target due to the chock wave induced by
the powerful laser
Heavy ions are accelerated in the field created by the electrons
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S.C. Wilks et al., Phys. Plasmas 8, 542 (2001).
Radiation Pressure Acceleration RPA
Electrons and ions accelerated
at solid state densities 1024e cm-3
(Classical beam densities 108e cm-3)
on very short distance (μm-mm)
E~ I laser
Energy reached equal to a 400m up-to-date
accelerator (reduction of scale of 109)
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Proton acceleration
I0.5
RPA simulations 10 23 W/cm2 ,15 fs
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Extreme Light Infrastructure
2006 – ELI on ESFRI Roadmap
ELI-PP 2007-2010 (FP7)
ELI-Beamlines (Czech Republic)
ELI-Attoseconds (Hungary)
ELI-Nuclear Physics (Romania)
ELI-DC (Delivery Consortium): 2010
Legal entity: April 2013
Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania,
Italy, Germany, UK
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Bucharest-Magurele
National Physics Institutes
BUCHAREST
ring rail/road
NUCLEAR
Tandem accelerators
Cyclotrons
γ – Irradiator
Advanced Detectors
Biophysics
Environmental Physics
Radioisotopes
ELI-NP
Lasers
Plasma
Optoelectronics
Material Physics
Theoretical Physics
Particle Physics
ELI-NP
ELI-NP Milestones
January 2012: Project submitted to the EC
July 2012: Romanian Government Decision
Construction of the New Research Infrastructure ELI-NP: 293 M€
September 2012: EC Project Approval
European Regional Development Fund
Financial Support (83%) of the First phase (2012-2015) 180 M€
December 2012: Contract with Romanian Managing Authority
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ELI-NP Infrastructure
Large equipment:
• High power laser system, 2 x 10PW maximum power
Thales Optronique SA and SC Thales System Romania (~65 M€)
• Gamma radiation beam, high intensity, tunable energy up to 20MeV, relative
bandwidth 10-3, produced by Compton scattering of a laser beam on a 700
MeV electron beam produced by a warm LINAC
European Consortium EuroGammaS led by INFN Rome (~65 M€):
INFN (Italy), University “La Sapienza” Rome (Italy), CNRS (France), ALSYOM (France),
ACP Systems S.A.S.U. (France), COMEB Srl (Italy), ScandiNova Systems (Sweden)
Buildings – 33000sqm total – STRABAG (~65M€)
Experiments:
8 experimental areas, for gamma, laser, and gamma+laser
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Brilliance
1021
ELI–NP
1019
T-REX
1017
PLEIADES
1015 LNBL
HIGS
1013
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
2020
+ Dynamitron
1
year
+
•
high intensity / small emittance e–
T-REX
++
HIGS
PLEIADES
0.1
bw
ph/(mm2・mrad2・s・0.1%bw)
ELI–NP Gamma Beam System
0.01
ELI–NP
beam from a warm LINAC
0.001
•
•
very brillant high rep./rate int. laser
0.0001
small collision volume
2002
Bandwidth
2004
2006
2008
2010
year
2012
2014
2016
2018
ELI-Nuclear Physics
Scientific program:
• Nuclear Physics experiments to characterize laser – target int.
• Photonuclear reactions
• Exotic Nuclear Physics and astrophysics
• Applied Research
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Project implementation
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
White Book (Scientific Case)
Feasibility Study 293M€
Preparation of the Application
E.C. Evaluation & Approval
Building - Preparation
Building - Construction
2018
Major Eqp.– Constr, Install
Experimental set-ups
Recruitment
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August 23, 2013
July 14, 2014
ELI–NP Experiment Building
Experiments
8 experimental
areas
E8,Gamma
Nuclear reactions
E7,QED High field
gamma + electrons
7000 m2
ELI-NP TDR Workgroups
• Workshops in June 2013, April 2014, February 2015;
Gamma WGs:
Laser WGs:
•
NRF and applications
•
Ion driven nuclear physics: fission-fusion
•
Photo fission (production and physics)
•
Strong fields QED
•
Gamma above Threshold
•
Towards High field (Laser +Gamma) and
•
Charged particle array
+ Positron source for materials science WG
Plasma
•
Applications
+ Transversal WGs: Vacuum, Control Systems, Dosimetry
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Nuclear Photonics
Nuclear structure
• Modes of excitation below the GDR
Impact on nucleosynthesis
• Gamow window for photo–induced reactions in explosive stellar events
Understanding exotic nuclei
• E1 strength will be shifted to lower energies in neutron rich system
NRF
E1 strength distribution
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Human Resources
Today
Attracting the best
competencies:
•
public announcements
•
international recruitment
•
Senior/junior researchers
•
PhD students
250
1 Head of Research Activities (5)
Project
integration
and
200 execution
setup
Phase A
Phase C
Phase B
Phase F
Phase E
Phase D
Technical Staff (18)
Technical Staff –
Higher education (18)
150
PhD students (50)
100
Junior researchers (107)
50
Senior researchers (20)
0
2011
1
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
ELI-NP Industrial Forum
Body promoting relationships, for mutual benefits,
with local and foreign companies
• Consulting in elaborating the TDRs for experiments
and auxiliary equipment
• Promotion of contractual research, technology transfer, etc.
• Consulting services provided by ELI-NP experts
• Creation of a cluster of high-tech companies in Magurele
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ELI-NP Academic Forum
• to secure the fulfillment of ELI-NP needs in terms of PhD
students, junior researchers, engineers, and technicians (training
programs, specific MSc and PhD programs, etc.);
• to assure the education of engineers for the companies part of the
high-tech cluster at Magurele;
• to support the ELI-NP Project in the achievement of its objectives
in terms of scientific excellence;
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ELI-NP Team, March 5, 2013
Thank you!

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