General Program Advisory Committee (G-PAC)
The General PAC is an international program advisory committee of GSI and FAIR with external experts as members. The General PAC gives advice to the Directorate on selecting experiment proposals that are submitted by individual users or user groups in the areas of nuclear and atomic physics, currently for the FAIR Phase-0 program. Following periodic calls for proposals, the General PAC meets to evaluate those experiment proposals on the basis of scientific merit and technical feasibility and with regard to the GSI/FAIR strategy, and makes recommendations on the amount of beam time to be allotted by the directorate. The G-PAC also acts as umbrella for the different sub-PACs of GSI/FAIR for various research fields.
'Call for Proposals' - closed
We hereby invite you to submit experiment proposals in the framework of FAIR Phase-0, which offers beamtime for experiments at GSI until the start of FAIR. This includes proposals on technical improvements. Scientific experiment proposals will be evaluated by the Program Advisory Committees. The FAIR Phase-0 program will exploit the facilities of GSI, which have been upgraded to meet the requirements as FAIR injectors, plus the FAIR CRYRING storage ring. Moreover, FAIR Phase-0 will be an opportunity to use detectors developed for FAIR.
The present Call for Proposals for the G-PAC is foreseen to offer a total user beamtime in 2023 and 2024 of roughly
- 215 shifts at UNILAC,
- 275 shifts at SIS18,
- 185 shifts at ESR, HITRAP and CRYRING,
- 170 shifts at CRYRING standalone.
Your proposals must be submitted by the 30th of June 2022 - Submission is closed!
A list of typically available beam parameters can be found here.
We regret to inform you that currently, participants with Russian or Belarussian affiliation cannot be participants in experiment proposals at GSI/FAIR.
Since 2021 we are using a new platform for proposal and user management: The General Access Tool to the Experimental facilities of GSI / FAIR (GATE).
Registration to GATE under: https://gate.gsi.de.
GATE Short Manual for Users: here
Registration in GATE is possible independant of an open 'Call' at any time and registered users will be informed on new 'Calls'. So it is advisable for interested users to register any time.
All (!) participants of a proposal and experimentalists coming on-site for the experiment need to be registered in GATE (and allow being visible for other users' search in GATE).
Members of the G-PAC
- Sydney Galès (Chair)
IPN Orsay, France
- Toshiyuki Azuma
- Jana Bielcikova
Nuclear Physics Institute, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
- Yorick Blumenfeld
IPN Orsay, France
- Philippe Crochet
LPC, Clermont-Ferrand, France
- Paul Greenlees
University of Jyväskylä, Finland
- Paul Indelicato
CNRS, Lab. Kastler Brossel, France
- Witold Nazarewicz
- Magdalena Kowalska
- Marek Pajek
Jan Kochanowski University, Kielce, Poland
- Marina Petri
University of York, UK
- Thomas Pfeifer
Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg, Germany
- Achim Schwenk
Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
- Tomohiro Uesaka
- Eberhard Widmann
Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Physics, Vienna, Austria
G-PAC Scientific Secretaries
Dr. Manuel Vogel
Phone: +49-6159-71 2046
contact by E-Mail to: M.Vogel(at)gsi.de
Next G-PAC Meeting
Date of the next G-PAC Meeting: September 28-30, 2022
Recent G-PAC Meetings
G-PAC44 on August 26-28, 2020: documents of the meeting (for G-PAC members only); Public Agenda
G-PAC43 on September 19-21, 2017; Public Agenda
G-PAC42 / All-PAC in December 2015 (in writing)
G-PAC41/All-PAC on April 17, 2015
G-PAC40 on November 23/24, 2011
G-PAC39 on November 2/3, 2010
G-PAC38 on April 20/21, 2010
G-PAC37 on October 20/21, 2009
All-PAC01-Meeting on October 21, 2009
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