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Dr. Rolf Stassen wird die Dieter-Möhl-Medaille übergeben.

Surprised at last!

Jülich, October 2019. Dr. Rolf Stassen proudly shows the Dieter-Möhl-Medal which he has been awarded during the international conference COOL 2019 in Novosibirsk honouring his pioneering work in the field of cooling of particle beams.
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Beam Intensity with and without HESR type stochastic cooling

PANDA Target meets HESR Stochastic Cooling System in COSY

Jülich, September 2018. The High Energy Storage Ring (HESR) is the core storage ring for experiments with antiprotons and heavy ions at FAIR (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research) in Darmstadt, Germany, on the campus of GSI. FAIR contracted FZJ for design, procurement and commissioning of the HESR (without buildings). The Institute for Nuclear Physics 4 (IKP-4) is coordinating the project, is responsible and carries out most of the work. Next largest support within FZJ is supplies by ZEA-1, which is responsible for the complete vacuum work package. More: PANDA Target meets HESR Stochastic Cooling System in COSY …

HESR Dipole Assembly Hall

Milestone reached: Dipole Magnet Production finished

October 2017. An important milestone could be reached: All 46 large dipole magnets for the High Energy Storage Ring HESR in Darmstadt / Germany have been produced and shipped to the nuclear physics institute (IKP) in Jülich. 23 magnets are already completely assembled and could be transferred to a storage place in Darmstadt. There they have to wait until the accelerator tunnel will be finished. More: Milestone reached: Dipole Magnet Production finished …

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Not Only of Interest for Particle Accelerators

Jülich, 26 August 2016 – Experts from Jülich’s Nuclear Physics Institute have developed a new power supply concept for the COSY particle accelerator. The active filter they have developed makes the power supply for the dipole magnets more efficient, precise, and less error-prone. The new technology is important not only to Jülich’s accelerator physics, but also for all fields where large amounts of energy are transported as direct current, for example offshore wind parks. More: Not Only of Interest for Particle Accelerators …

Gruppenbild Projektteam am ersten ausgelieferten Dipolmagneten

First Dipole Magnet for High-Energy Storage Ring Arrives in Jülich

Jülich, 28 May 2015 – Progress is being made on the construction of the high-energy storage ring (HESR) at the FAIR international accelerator complex in Darmstadt. The first dipole magnet – weighing more than 34 tonnes or about the same as a heavy truck – arrived at Forschungszentrum Jülich in mid-May. The magnets will be delivered one by one every two to three weeks until 2018 when the full set of 44 magnets will be complete. More: First Dipole Magnet for High-Energy Storage Ring Arrives in Jülich …


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