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On Girls’Day, 32 schoolgirls from Grades 5 through 10 had the opportunity to find out what it’s like to work at GSI and FAIR. They took advantage of this future-oriented day to gain an insight into the many activities that are pursued at an international research institution, especially in professions where women have seldom been represented so far.
The GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH, Member of the Helmholtz Association, and the FAIR - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research GmbH jointly support the worldwide initiative “March for Science” on April 22nd, 2017.
For the second time the CBM PhD Award was handed over in March. Dr. Maksym Zyzak of GSI received the award for his PhD thesis at the University of Frankfurt. The award was presented during the CBM Collaboration Meeting at GSI by the spokesperson of the award committee Dr. Andrej Kugler. The award is endowed with a prize money of 500 Euros.
As of now and until May 31, 2017, it is possible to apply for beam time for the years 2018/19 at the GSI and FAIR facilities. This marks the start for the so-called "FAIR-Phase-0", the beginning of the FAIR experimental program. Apart from the GSI accelerators UNILAC, SIS18 and ESR and the existing experiments, also parts of the FAIR instrumentation can be used, e.g. the storage ring CRYRING.
The construction of the FAIR accelerator facility is picking up speed. The preparatory work has now commenced for linking the existing accelerator systems of GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung to the new FAIR facility, which will take place later on. An important milestone here is the erection of two approximately 100-meter-long retaining walls that are up to eight meters tall. These walls are being built near GSI’s SIS18 accelerator ring, which will connect to the FAIR facility.
Unravel the secrets regarding the structure and development of the universe. Visit the experimentation facility that was the first to create the new element darmstadtium, which is named after the city of Darmstadt. See the accelerator experts in the main control room at work and have talks with international scientists. Examine the treatment place where a new radiation treatment was developed to combat cancer. Explore the construction site, where the unique particle accelerator facility FAIR...
The new accelerator center FAIR, which is currently being built at GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung in Darmstadt, is not only an extraordinary research project for the scientific community worldwide but also a major challenge for construction and technical building services equipment. The Technical Managing Director of FAIR and GSI, Jörg Blaurock, recently presented the project at ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for innovative technical building services equipment, in Frankfurt....
The preparations for the development and construction of the Collector Ring (CR) at the future FAIR accelerator center are making decisive progress. To this end, a delegation of officials from FAIR/GSI and the Budker Institute for Nuclear Physics (BINP) signed several contracts during a visit to Novosibirsk, Russia. The delegation included the technical managing director of FAIR and GSI, Jörg Blaurock, and the overall head of the FAIR project, Dr. Jürgen Henschel.
This year's FAIR-GENCO Young Scientist Award goes to Dr. Yoshiki Tanaka from the University of Tokio. The award is sponsored by the FAIR-GSI Exotic Nuclei Community (GENCO) and endowed with 1,000 Euro. The bestowal by GENCO president Professor Dr. Christoph Scheidenberger and vice-president Professor Dr. Nasser Kalantar-Nayestanaki took place on Thursday, March 2, 2017 in a special colloquium in the framework of the yearly GENCO meeting at FAIR and GSI. Furthermore five renowned scientists were...