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  1. First Meeting of the Steering Group GSI - Project Report on the Status of the Project Walter Henning / GSI Darmstadt, 02. February 2004

  2. GSI Darmstadt Funding Support: 90% Bund (federal); 10% Land (State of Hessen) Member of the Helmholtz Association

  3. Universität Kassel Philips-Universität Marburg Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe- Universität Frankfurt J.-Gutenberg- Universität Mainz TU Darmstadt Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg A Brief History... Hessen GSI

  4. Worldwide Participation in Research at GSI Germany

  5. GSI – an Overview Budget: 70 Mio € (58 Mio € operations, 12 Mio € investments) Users: about 1100 per year (200 GSI; 900 external; 500 national / 400 international) SIS UNILAC ESR Staff: 850 (455 permanent) 250 scientists and engineers Facilities: Accelerators (Unilac, SIS, ESR)

  6. The Future International Facility at GSI: Beams of Ions and Antiprotons Existing Future Project SIS 100/200 SIS UNILAC FRS ESR HESR Super FRS CR NESR 100 m

  7. The Future International Facility at GSI: Beams of Ions and Antiprotons Existing To be built SIS 100/200 SIS UNILAC FRS ESR HESR Beams now: Z = 1 – 92 (protons to uranium) up to 2 GeV/nucleon Beams in the future: 100 – 1000 fold intensity Z = -1 – 92 (protons to uranium plus anti-matter, i.e. anti-protons) up to 35 - 45 GeV/nucleon Super FRS CR NESR 100 m

  8. Magnetic Fusion Inertial Cofinement Fusion Sun Core Temperature [eV] PHELIX Laser Heating Ideal plasmas Strongly coupled plasmas Ion Beam Heating Jupiter SIS 18 solid state density Sun Surface Density [cm-3] Summary of Research Areas at the GSI Future Facility Structure and Dynamics of Nuclei - Radioactive Beams Nucleonic matter Nuclear astrophysics Fundamental symmetries Hadron Structure and Quark-Gluon Dynamics - Antiprotons Non-pertubative QCD Quark-gluon degrees of freedom Confinement and chiral symmetry Nuclear Matter and the Quark-Gluon Plasma - Relativistic HI - Beams Nuclear phase diagram Compressed nuclear/strange matter Deconfinement and chiral symmetry Physics of Dense Plasmas and Bulk Matter - Bunch Compression Properties of high density plasmas Phase transitions and equation of state Laser - ion interaction with and in plasmas Ultra High EM-Fields and Applications - Ions & Petawatt Laser QED and critical fields Ion - laser interaction Ion - matter interaction

  9. COSTS (TOTAL INVESTMENT) Building and infrastructure: 225 Mio. € Accelerator: 265 Mio. € Experimental stations / detectors: 185 Mio. € Total: 675 Mio. € Users interest 1100  ~ 2500 SCHEDULE Users, Costs and Schedules

  10. Key Developments and Milestones 1996-99 Discussion of Future Directions for the GSI Facilities (Workshops and White Papers from 9 Working Groups, LoI Antiprotons) 2000 Development of Facility Concept 2001 Conceptual Design Report (700 pages, ca. 500 authors worldwide) 2001 Start of Critical R&D - fast cycling superconducting magnets - vacuum issues for high-current beams - beam cooling 2001-03 26 Workshops since Concept Development 2002 Evaluation by the German Wissenschaftsrat & Recommendation for Realization 2002-03 Formation of Proto-Collaborations (PANDA / CBM / NUSTAR / FLAIR ) 2003 Decision by the Federal Government to Construct Facility (2 conditions: 25% of funding from international sources; technical staging) 2002-2003 Development of Staged Construction Concept and Science Programs 2003 2nd International Workshop 2004 Letters of Intent (PANDA: ~ 320 participants, 44 institutions, 11 countries; CBM ~ 250 participants, 38 institutions, 15 countries; NUSTAR: ~450 participants, 98 institutions, 27 countries; FLAIR: ~ 250 participants, 48 institutions, 14 countries; ...)

  11. Pre-CDR Activities in Connection with the GSI Plans Letter of Intent:"Construction of a GLUE/CHARM Factory at GSI" Editorial Board: B. Franzke (GSI) P. Kienle (Munich) H. Koch (Bochum) W. Kühn (Giessen) V. Metag (Giessen) U. Wiedner (CERN & Uppsala) Contributions from W. Cassing (Giessen), S. Paul (Munich), J. Pochodzalla (Heidelberg), M. Soyeur (Saclay) and J. Wambach (Darmstadt) and many members of the Hadron Working Group for GSI. Working Groups on Long-Term Perspectives of GSI Deep-inelastic electron-nucleon and electron-nucleus scattering at s = 20 – 30 GeVConveners: V. Metag (GSI), D. v. Harrach (Mainz),A. Schäfer (Frankfurt) X-ray spectroscopy and radiation physicsConveners: J. Kluge (GSI), H. Backe (Mainz), G. Soff (Dresden) Nuclear collisions at maximum baryon densityConveners: P. Braun-Munzinger (GSI), R. Stock (Frankfurt),J. P. Blaizot (Saclay) Physics with secondary beamsConveners: U. Lynen (GSI), D. Frekers (Münster),J. Wambach (Darmstadt) Nuclear structure with radioactive beamsConveners: G. Münzenberg (GSI), D. Habs (LMU München),H. Lenske (Gießen), P. Ring (TU München) Plasma physics with heavy ion beamsConveners: R. Bock (GSI), D.H.H. Hoffmann (Erlangen),J. Meyer-ter-Vehn (IPP München) Accelerator studies (electron-nucleon/nucleus collider)Conveners: K. Blasche (GSI), J. Maidment (DESY),B. Autin (CERN), N. S. Dikansky (Novosibirsk) Accelerator studies (high intensity option)Convener: D. Böhne (GSI) Short Pulse/High Power LasersConvener: J. Kluge (GSI) 23 Workshopson science and technical aspects of the GSI future facility

  12. Key Developments and Milestones 1996-99 Discussion of Future Directions for the GSI Facilities (Workshops and White Papers from 9 Working Groups, LoI Antiprotons) 2000 Development of Facility Concept 2001 Conceptual Design Report (700 pages, ca. 500 authors worldwide) 2001 Start of Critical R&D - fast cycling superconducting magnets - vacuum issues for high-current beams - beam cooling 2001-03 26 Workshops since Concept Development 2002 Evaluation by the German Wissenschaftsrat & Recommendation for Realization 2002-03 Formation of Proto-Collaborations (PANDA / CBM / NUSTAR / FLAIR ) 2003 Decision by the Federal Government to Construct Facility (2 conditions: 25% of funding from international sources; technical staging) 2002-2003 Development of Staged Construction Concept and Science Programs 2003 2nd International Workshop 2004 Letters of Intent (PANDA: ~ 320 participants, 44 institutions, 11 countries; CBM ~ 250 participants, 38 institutions, 15 countries; NUSTAR: ~450 participants, 98 institutions, 27 countries; FLAIR: ~ 250 participants, 48 institutions, 14 countries; ...)

  13. Contributors to the CDR

  14. Key Developments and Milestones 1996-99 Discussion of Future Directions for the GSI Facilities (Workshops and White Papers from 9 Working Groups, LoI Antiprotons) 2000 Development of Facility Concept 2001 Conceptual Design Report (700 pages, ca. 500 authors worldwide) 2001 Start of Critical R&D - fast cycling superconducting magnets - vacuum issues for high-current beams - beam cooling 2001-03 26 Workshops since Concept Development 2002 Evaluation by the German Wissenschaftsrat & Recommendation for Realization 2002-03 Formation of Proto-Collaborations (PANDA / CBM / NUSTAR / FLAIR ) 2003 Decision by the Federal Government to Construct Facility (2 conditions: 25% of funding from international sources; technical staging) 2002-2003 Development of Staged Construction Concept and Science Programs 2003 2nd International Workshop 2004 Letters of Intent (PANDA: ~ 320 participants, 44 institutions, 11 countries; CBM ~ 250 participants, 38 institutions, 15 countries; NUSTAR: ~450 participants, 98 institutions, 27 countries; FLAIR: ~ 250 participants, 48 institutions, 14 countries; ...)

  15. Concept for Staged Construction of the International Facility for Beams of Ions and Antiprotons

  16. Key Developments and Milestones 1996-99 Discussion of Future Directions for the GSI Facilities (Workshops and White Papers from 9 Working Groups, LoI Antiprotons) 2000 Development of Facility Concept 2001 Conceptual Design Report (700 pages, ca. 500 authors worldwide) 2001 Start of Critical R&D - fast cycling superconducting magnets - vacuum issues for high-current beams - beam cooling 2001-03 26 Workshops since Concept Development 2002 Evaluation by the German Wissenschaftsrat & Recommendation for Realization 2002-03 Formation of Proto-Collaborations (PANDA / CBM / NUSTAR / FLAIR ) 2003 Decision by the Federal Government to Construct Facility (2 conditions: 25% of funding from international sources; technical staging) 2002-2003 Development of Staged Construction Concept and Science Programs 2003 2nd International Workshop 2004 Letters of Intent (PANDA: ~ 320 participants, 44 institutions, 11 countries; CBM ~ 250 participants, 38 institutions, 15 countries; NUSTAR: ~450 participants, 98 institutions, 27 countries; FLAIR: ~ 250 participants, 48 institutions, 14 countries; ...)

  17. …the next steps: • identification of experiment collaborations, i.e. authors, institutions and their intended involvement in the respective research programs/experiments • technical specification of programs/experiments(to the extent possible at this stage of the process) to assess the technical feasibility and space and infrastructure requirements. • evaluation of thescope of the proposed research, in order to establish that the anticipated activities fit within the overall envelope of total research time • the evaluation of the new programs/experiments proposedand not contained in the original CDR. • requirements, procedures, and schedules for the submission, review, and approval of technical reports(submission aimed for end of 2004). • the determination of the relevant advisory committee structureto accompany and monitor research proposals/experiments and their technical development and construction. • provisions for establishing a formal status of participation for individuals, or research groups and institutions, in case this is needed, for example, with the funding agencies in the respective home institutes and/or countries, etc. Letters of Intent (LoI's) for the International Accelerator Facility for Ions and Antiprotons

  18. Letters of Intent (LoI's) for the International Accelerator Facility for Ions and Antiprotonsproposed schedule The administrative process of getting building permits is a very subtle and time consuming one and requests the early presentation of LoIs of large-scale experiments with a strong influence onto the final layout of the global geometrical structure of the facility. Therefore we would like to call on the communities of a) Low Energy Anti Protons b) High Energy Anti Protons c) High Energy Nuclear Collisions to submit their letters of intent not later than 15th of January, 2004. An expert committee will evaluate the LoIs within the month of February 2004. The communities of a) Radioactive Beam Physics, b) Atomic Physics c) Plasma Physics d) Biophysics e) Material Research are kindly requested to submit their LoIs until the 15th of April 2004. Their evaluation is foreseen for the early May 2004.

  19. Collaborations for Experiments at the International Accelerator Facility at Darmstadt CBM Experiment:

  20. Collaborations for Experiments at the International Accelerator Facility at Darmstadt NUSTAR Collaboration:

  21. Collaborations for Experiments at the International Accelerator Facility at Darmstadt FLAIR Collaboration:

  22. R&D in Superconducting Magnet Technology

  23. HESR Consortium for the construction of theHigh Energy Storage Ring (HESR) for Antiprotons - FZ-Jülich, Germany (Leader of Consortium) - TSL, Uppsala, Sweden - MSL,Stockholm, Sweden - BINP, Novosibirsk, Russia - GSI, Darmstadt, Germany

  24. Key Developments and Milestones 1996-99 Discussion of Future Directions for the GSI Facilities (Workshops and White Papers from 9 Working Groups, LoI Antiprotons) 2000 Development of Facility Concept 2001 Conceptual Design Report (700 pages, ca. 500 authors worldwide) 2001 Start of Critical R&D - fast cycling superconducting magnets - vacuum issues for high-current beams - beam cooling 2001-03 26 Workshops since Concept Development 2002 Evaluation by the German Wissenschaftsrat & Recommendation for Realization 2002-03 Formation of Proto-Collaborations (PANDA / CBM / NUSTAR / FLAIR ) 2003 Decision by the Federal Government to Construct Facility (2 conditions: 25% of funding from international sources; technical staging) 2002-2003 Development of Staged Construction Concept and Science Programs 2003 2nd International Workshop 2004 Letters of Intent (PANDA: ~ 320 participants, 44 institutions, 11 countries; CBM ~ 250 participants, 38 institutions, 15 countries; NUSTAR: ~450 participants, 98 institutions, 27 countries; FLAIR: ~ 250 participants, 48 institutions, 14 countries; ...)

  25. Initiation of planning processes at various levels (local community, county district, state, forestry administration, federal,...) Environmental impact assessment and statement under way Energy assessment and impact statement under way ....... Radiation safety concept planning and application made; approval and preliminary permit received in December 2003 Construction-Related Administrative and Legal Procedures, Processes and Permits...

  26. Members of the EEIG (European Economical Interest Grouping) Council EEIG (Representatives of Institutions) GSI Directorate DG Director General ADF Associate Director for Finances and Administration ADA Associate Director for Accelerators ADI Associate Director for Infrastructure ADR Associate Director for Research ADFPAssociate Director Future Project France GSI Project Management DG Italy Future Project ADF ADA ADI ADR ADFP UK Research Russia Accelerator INDIA GSI Divisions Infrastructure FZ-Jülich Administration Sweden Future Project … Demands of the Project towards GSI and external partners Resources, Finances, Manpower and Hardware Contributions

  27. External Advisory Committee (EAC) on GSI Structure

  28. External Technical Advisory Committee (ETAC) External Scientific Advisory Committee (ESAC) External Magnet Advisory Committe (EMAC) External Advisory Committee on Project Structure (EAC-PS) Existing Preliminary Working Groups and Advisory Committees...