L.N.L. – National Laboratory of Legnaro
The What Next working group of LNL deals with the design, construction, installation and operation of linear accelerators with radiofrequency cavities.
The What Next working group of LNL deals with the design, construction, installation and operation of linear accelerators with radiofrequency cavities. He is involved in IFMIF (Japan) and ESS (Sweden) international projects. It is the protagonist in the management of the linear accelerator for heavy ions (ALPI) of the LNL which will be the post-accelerator for unstable-exotic beams produced in the collisions of the accelerated protons in the SPES cyclotron against the fixed targets of heavy material (uranium carbide, tantalum). One of the strengths of LNL are photon (gamma ray) detectors for nuclear and interdisciplinary physics.
Some colleagues in the accelerator division regularly carry out 3M activities for secondary school teachers and students in the field of accelerators.
The local event will be organized in collaboration with the Pro Loco Legnaro in the first week of September 2021.
The event includes guided visits to the LNL and the organization of a seminar on particle accelerators, in analogy with what is presented to teachers and secondary school students during the PID and internships in June, at the Pro shed. Loco (outdoor area).
Classified in the accelerators division of the LNL. He carries out activities for the ESS and IFMIF collaboration; he is in the group of beam coordinators of the LNL.
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