First Circular: Second ARIEL Science Workshop
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Mon Apr 23 15:26:44 PDT 2012
We will be holding the second ARIEL Science Workshop on July 10th and
11th, 2012 at TRIUMF, one day after the TRIUMF Users' Group annual
general meeting and a day before the Subatomic Physics Experiments
Evaluation Committee meeting. The Advanced Rare IsotopE Laboratory
(ARIEL) <http://www.triumf.ca/ariel> will be TRIUMF's flagship facility,
expanding Canada's capabilities to produce and study isotopes for
science and medicine. Aside from the e-linac that is already funded, the
ARIEL project includes a second proton beam line for rare isotope
production. Together with the existing proton target for ISAC, the
parallel operation of 3 RIB production targets at TRIUMF will enable a
broad spectrum of world-class science.
The scope of this second ARIEL Science Workshop is: to inform the
international scientific community of the capabilities of ARIEL and
ISAC; to highlight technical progress made on various aspects of the
project; to identify unique and world-leading scientific opportunities
for ARIEL and ISAC in all phases of the ARIEL project, particularly for
the materials science and nuclear physics program; and to describe the
construction and funding status as well as possibly refining the planned
implementation scenario. Special attention will be paid to early
implementation of a 9Be production target with 8Li production via
electron-driven photo disintegration of 9Be.
We invite the community to participate in this rather informal workshop.
In the coming weeks you may refer to
http://www.triumf.ca/home/upcoming-events/tug-ariel-2012 for details on
participation, registration, and the agenda. A special event honouring
Gordon Ball's contributions to nuclear science and TRIUMF will take
place just after the completion of the second ARIEL Science Workshop on
July 11th. Information on this special event will be sent separately. We
look forward to seeing you in Vancouver this summer.
The Organizing Committee
Alfredo Galindo-Uribarri, Chair
Greg Hackman, Co-Chair
Accelerating Science for Canada | Un accélérateur de la démarche scientifique canadienne
4004 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 2A3
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