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[en] In this report I will give some information concerning the construction of SPIRAL. I will enumerate the new equipments suited for experiments with the low energy beams provided by SPIRAL, and finally I will give indications concerning the phase II of the project
[en] Collisionless plasma shocks are different from ordinary collisional fluid shocks in several important respects. They do not in general heat the electrons and ions equally, nor do they produce Maxwellian velocity distributions downstream. Furthermore, they commonly generate suprathermal particles which propagate into the upstream region, giving advance warning of the presence of the shock and providing a ''seed'' population for further acceleration to high energies. Recent space observations and theory have revealed a great deal about the heating mechanisms which occur in collisionless shocks and about the origin of the various suprathermal particle populations which are found in association with them. An overview of the present understanding of these subjects is presented herein
[en] A theory is presented for multiple coherent source components of partially coherent pion radiation produced by relativistic heavy-ion collisions. Results are given for the relative probabilities of emission of one, two, or three pions. Theoretical calculations on the relation between two- and three-pion correlators give some evidence, when compared with experimental data, for the existence of multiple coherent components in heavy-ion collisions.
[en] As time has passed, the various Cyclotron programs have changed over the years. In the ''early'' times of Cyclotron operations, the emphasis was on a more single sided approach such as Clinical or Research or Production. However, as time passed, the disciplines became more interconnected until today, it is unusual to have a Cyclotron and only have a single program unless it is pure production. More and more, especially in public areas such as Universities or Health Centers, you are seeing programs that do all three types of disciplines: Production; Clinical or Patient Diagnostics and/or Treatment; and Research, either in the development and manufacture of new Radio-Isotopes, new Diagnostic or Therapeutic Compound Development, or Clinical Research involving subject testing. While all three of these disciplines have some common requirements, they also have some very different requirements that may be completely counterproductive to other requirements. For a program where all three disciplines are required to be successful, it is necessary come up with some sort of compromise that meets all the various requirements. During this talk, we will try to identify some of these different requirements for the various disciplines and how these could impact the other disciplines. We will also discuss ideas for some possible compromises that might reduce the conflict between the various disciplines.
[en] The purpose of the International Design Study of the Neutrino Factory (IDS-NF) is to produce a design report for a neutrino factory in 2013. I report the status of the accelerator design and plans for future studies.
[en] The small plasma focus device UNU/ICTP PFF has been modified to test its operation as an opening switch, with a plasma filled diode as the load. Recent experiment results on this modified plasma focus opening switch (MPFOS) showing long conduction opening action have been reported [1,2,3]. In this paper, a series of experiments to characterize the ion beams produced will be reported
[en] Based upon recent success in ultra-slow positive muon production by employing laser resonant-ionization of the thermal muonium, a new scheme of muon colliders and a new production method of an intense and bright high-energy neutrino (v(bar sign)μ,ve) beam are proposed. There, by using these muons as ion sources, one can accelerate and store to produce high-energy/high-intensity muon beams and high-quality neutrino beams