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  1. International Collaboration and Oversea Communications at IHEP Peggy Pan & JIA Yinghua Institute of High Energy Physics April , 2014

  2. 1 Outline Overview of IHEP international projects 2 3 4 Structure of IHEP Foreign Affairs Office Communications at Home and Abroad Challenges

  3. Overview of IHEP international projects

  4. Overview of IHEP international projects 1 Projects we lead 2 Projects we join

  5. Disciplines Particle Physics Accelerator Physics and Technologies Radiation Technologies and Applications Frontier Science High-tech • HEP Exp. Based on Accelerator • Particle Astrophysics & Neutrino Exp. • Particle Detection and Electronics • Particle Physics Theory Research • High Luminosity Electron Accelerator • High Intensity Proton Accelerator • Applied Research and Technology Transfer • Synchrotron Radiation Techniques & Applications • Neutron Scattering Techniques & Applications • Nuclear Analytical Techniques & Applications scientific infrastructure for multi-disciplinary studies

  6. Mega-science Facilities IHEP serves as the backbone of China’s mega-science facilities • In Operation • Beijing Electron Positron Collider (BEPC) • Beijing Spectrometer (BES) • Beijing Synchrotron Radiation Facility (BSRF) • International Cosmic Ray Observatory at Yangbajing , Tibet • Daya Bay Neutrino Experiment • Under Construction • China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) • Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope(HXMT) • Accelerator-driven Sub-critical System (ADS) • Jiangmen Neutrino Underground Observatory (JUNO)

  7. Beijing Electron Positron Collider • The Beijing Electron Positron Collider--the first mega-science facility in China started the construction in 1984. In October, 1988, the first electron-positron collision was realized, declaring the success of the Beijing Electron Positron Collider Project. • The BEPCII was started in 2004, completed in July, 2008 and commissioned in July, 2009. The BEPCII, another milestone in the history of China’s high energy physics, operates in charm energy region and also caters for synchrotron radiation. • In March 2013, the luminosity reached 7.08× 1032 cm-2 s -1

  8. BESIII—Http://bes3.ihep.ac.cn • BESIII Exp. —— IHEP Leads • Observed a Charged Charmonium like State Zc(3900) ,X(1835), X(2120), X(2370),etc. • Will uncover the mystery of particle XYZ • A total of 70 papers have been submitted or published. The BESIII Collaboration now consists of 50 research institutions from 11 countries, including China, U.S.A., Japan and European countries. To be an influential international research center for the tau-charm physics.

  9. BSRF 5insertion devices , 14 beam lines ,15 experimental stations > 2000 dedicated hours /year > 500 exp./year , from > 100 institutions

  10. Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment • Daya Bay Exp. —— IHEP Leads • Discovered a new kind of neutrino transformation on March, 8,2013 • Opens a gateway to the future neutrino Physics Daya Bay is an international collaboration with 40 institutions from China, the United States, the Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Russia, and Taiwan. The DayaBay Discovery (the neutrino mixing angleθ13 )was selected as the top 10 breakthroughs in 2012 by Science. The success of DayaBay shows that the neutrino reserch at IHEP reached the international advanced level. http://dayabay.ihep.ac.cn/twiki/bin/view/Public/WebHome

  11. Yangbajin International Cosmic Ray Observatory • Sino – Japanese Cooperation on AS and Solar Neutron Experiment • Sino–Italian International Cooperation on ARGO-YBJ Experiment • In October, 2006, Sino-Japanese Cooperation on Asγ and Solar Neutron Experiment found the evidence of anisotropy and co-rotation of galactic cosmic rays. The scientific results were published on Science Magazine, and cited as a milestone achievement in this field.

  12. China Spallation Neutron Sources • To meet the increasing demand from user community, China decided to build a world-class spallation neutron source, called CSNS. It can provide users a neutron scattering platform with high flux, wide wavelength range and high efficiency. • In October 2011, civil construction started in Dongguan, Guangdong Province. • It is scheduled to start the operation in 2018

  13. Accelerator Driven Sub-critical System • The Accelerator Driven Sub-critical System (ADS) takes the spallation neutrons as the external neutron source to drive the sub-critical blanket system. • Construct injector I(10MeV, 1mA )in 2015, complete the main accelerator key Technology R&D • On December 22, 2012, the ADS superconducting cavity(β=0.12) passed the vertical test at IHEP, all the technical parameters have reached the level of its international counterparts.

  14. Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope • IHEP is leading the development of China’s first astronomical satellite, the Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT). It was proposed by IHEP scientists Li Tibei and Wu Mei based on their innovative direct demodulation image reconstruction method. • The HXMT satellite is now near the end of the qualification model phase. The manufacturing of the flight model will begin later this year, and the satellite will be launched in 2015. Illustration of the payload configuration on the HXMT satellite

  15. Overview of IHEP international projects 1 Projects we lead 2 Projects we join

  16. International Cooperation —— IHEP Joins • LHC(ATLAS、CMS) • ILC • BELLE II,PANDA,COMET • EXO,Darkside IHEP takes an active part in the international frontier cooperation projects.

  17. 1 Outline Overview of IHEP international projects 2 3 4 Structure of IHEP Foreign Affairs Office Communications at Home and Abroad Challenges

  18. Talents • As of June 2013, IHEP has 1348staffs on the payroll ,77 staffs employed on short term contracts • Scientists and technicians:1095,81.5% of the total • Administrative personnel : 150

  19. Organization Experimental Physics Center Particle Astrophysics Center Theoretical Physics Division Computing Center Accelerator Center Multidisciplinary Research Center Nuclear Technology Application Center Research ( 7 ) Science Committee Director’s Office Department of Human Resources Department of Scientific Research Planning Major Facilities Management Center Department of Financial Affairs Department of State-owed Assets Department of postgraduate Education Technology Transfer and Management Office Department of Supporting Services Retired Staff Office Directors Administration ( 10 ) Academic Degree Committee Conventional Equipment Operation Division Library and Information Services Division Machine Shop Support ( 3 ) Dongguan Branch

  20. Office structure • Director’s Office Manager Deputy Manager Deputy Manager

  21. What we do at Foreign Affairs Office • Assist scientists and students at IHEP to attend international workshops, schools, collaboration, etc. • Assist foreign guests to visit IHEP • Organize international conferences & workshops • Manage IHEP English website • Carry out oversea communication • Assist Foreign experts to apply for CAS Fellowships for Young International Scientists, CAS Visiting Professorships for Senior International Scientists and CAS Einstein Professorship Program, etc.

  22. International conferences we held • We organized international conferences and workshops to offer best services to all the participants

  23. Annual Meetings • PRC/U.S. High Energy Physics Joint committee • Over the past 40 years, IHEP has established wide and strong collaboration with the international high energy physics community. Today IHEP has become one of the leading scientific research centers in the field of high energy physics in the world.

  24. Annual Meetings From May 14 to 15, 2005, a seminar for the China-CERN cooperation was held at IHEP. The Chinese participants included representatives from the Ministry of Science and Technology and the National Science Foundation of China, etc. A delegation from CERN headed by Robert Aymar, Director- General of CERN attended the seminar. In July, 1996, the First IHEP-KEK Annual Cooperation Meeting was held which marked the beginning of the Sino-Japanese collaboration on particle physics research. The picture shows the delegates to the IHEPKEK Annual Cooperation Meeting visiting the BESIII construction site on October 17, 2005.

  25. Annual Meetings In December, 2011, IHEP and the Italian Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) agreed to set up a joint cooperative committee. In May, 2012, the First Meeting of the IHEP-INFN Joint Committee was held in Rome. The picture shows Wang Yifang singed a cooperative agreement on establishing a joint laboratory with the INFN representative in Beijing in June, 2012. In January, 2008, the First Workshop of the France China Particle Physics Laboratory (FCPPL) was held in France.

  26. 1 Outline Overview of IHEP international projects 2 3 4 Structure of IHEP Foreign Affairs Office Communications at Home and Abroad Challenges

  27. Outreach activities • A lot of activities are organized through lectures, summer schools, publications, exhibitions, open house events, news in media, etc. Public Science Day is an event held once every year in mid or late May. Free visits to IHEP campus and several laboratories are arranged, including the BEPC underground tunnel. • Since 2008, IHEP participated in many exhibitions, such as “major scientific and technological achievements”, Nobel forum on “Innovation and Development” exhibition, CAS annual exhibition of technological innovations and other large technology exhibitions.

  28. Press conferences and media coverage • Since 2008, IHEP has held 13 press conferences, and released in the public media such as CCTV and Xinhua News, more than 350 reports about our progresses and achievements. Some of them aroused great attention; many were cited as the news of the year on Science & Technology. Statistics of reports appeared in the Chinese media (2008-2013)

  29. Research Highlights acknowledged by the Media and the government

  30. English brochures The officially published writings or complied books, translated academic monographs and science popularization monographs by IHEP scientists since 2008 amount to 42 in total. These publications give a simple exposition of particle physics, accelerators, nano-toxicology, computing technology and have attracted wide attentions from young readers.

  31. English website • Latest background information about IHEP • Latest research progress at IHEP • Image bank • Publications • Announcement

  32. 1 Outline Overview of IHEP international projects 2 3 4 Structure of IHEP Foreign Affairs Office Communications at Home and Abroad Challenges

  33. challenges • Structure of androleoftheforeign Affair Office • Domestic and foreign outreach • Source of press release • Criteria of the press release on InterActionWebsite

  34. Let’s discuss! Thank you! 谢 谢!