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Photo: J. Hosan/GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung
Cutting-edge technologies, international science and a mega construction project - with a large number of highly qualified jobs in this field, GSI and FAIR are an important job generator. Recently GSI/FAIR presented numerous new job offers at the "Darmstadtium" congress center in Darmstadt at the "VDI Nachrichten Recruiting Tag", a career fair of the Association of German Engineers.



Photo: G. Otto/GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH
After two weeks of lectures and experiments at the European Space Agency in Darmstadt and at FAIR and GSI, the 1st ESA-FAIR Summer School was closed on October 1, 2019, with an award ceremony. 18 students from 8 different countries submitted experiment proposals in different fields of space radiation research. The proposals were evaluated by an ESA-FAIR panel.



Photo: T. Ernsting, HA Hessen Agentur
Our FAIR-GSI favourite pictures are chosen! Around 500 people took part and voted for their favorites out of 50 photos. The then photos with the most votes are compiled on our favourite picture website. We will also present these pictures in an exhibition on the GSI and FAIR campus in the KBW foyer at the end of the year.



Photo: Falk Ronneberger
The structural extension of the Helmholtz Institute Jena (HI-Jena) has begun, the ground-breaking ceremony has taken place. The new building, which will be erected in the immediate vicinity of the existing institute building, will create additional office, seminar and laboratory space. The groundbreaking ceremony is also an important starting signal for further fostering the successful growth of the Helmholtz Institute Jena, a branch of the GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH...



Photo: G. Otto/GSI
It is an important step: Half of over 100 superconducting dipole magnets required for the large FAIR accelerator ring SIS100 have been successfully tested. The measurement results of the tests carried out in the Series Test Facility (STF) at GSI: The tested magnets have excellent properties throughout which indicates a high production quality. This decisive moment – the testing of the 55th magnet- was honoured with a ceremony on GSI and FAIR campus.



Picture: GSI
The GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2019. During the decades, GSI has developed from a national research institute with worldwide collaborations into an international campus where the new international FAIR accelerator facility is under construction. On the occasion of the anniversary year 2019, we have summarized the history of the research institute in a timeline.



Photo: K. Füssel / GSI
Team GSI has achieved a great success in this year’s city cycling campaign and has reached first place in the team ranking. A total mileage of 35,049 kilometers was covered. A total of 142 employees from GSI, FAIR and externals took part in city cycling as team GSI. The kilometers travelled avoided the emission of 4.9 tonnes of carbon dioxide. Second and third places were taken by "Merck fährt Rad" (32,057 kilometers) and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences (13,190 kilometers).



Photo: ESA/ Petr Shlyaev
They are the first participants in a new high-quality offer for international young scientists: Currently 15 young researchers from eight countries come together for the first time during the "ESA-FAIR Radiation Summer School" to work intensively on the topic of cosmic radiation.



Photo: G. Otto / GSI
GSI Management awarded Dr. Rahul Singh of the GSI Beam Instrumentation department a certificate for significant technical improvement to optimize beam properties for physics experiments. Together with an expert team (comprising of Dr. Peter Forck from beam instrumentation, Dr. Stefan Sorge from the Accelerator Physics department and Dr. Andrzei Stafiniak of the Electric Power Systems department) Dr. Singh carried out very successful development works to improve the slow extraction from SIS18....