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  1. Plans for JINR participation at FAIR Physics Scope of FAIR: ● Accelerator Physics ● Nuclear Matter ● Physics with Antiprotons ● Applications JINR Contributions: ●Accelerator Complex ● Condensed Baryonic Matter ● Antiproton Physics ● Spin Physics

  2. JINR participation in the accelerator part of the project

  3. Original Nuclotron dipole • In2000 –05the JINR has developed and tested new prototypes of dipole and quadrupole magnets in which the heat release was about 2 times better than in the original ones. • Total number of test cycles of these new prototypes exceeded 1 400 000. Performance of SC magnet with frequency 1 Hz

  4. The full scale prototypes of SIS100 dipole and quadrupole magnets are at present under construction at JINR. Quadrupole 1.1 м Dipole 2.75 м Total structure of SIS100 includes: Dipoles - 108 Quadrupoles – 168 Estimated cost is about 15ME, including finishing the R&D.

  5. Participation of JINR in the development of FAIR complex (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research) Participation of the group (lead by I.Meshkov) in the development of the numerical model for cooling and heating of the bean at the internal target and experimental study of these processes at COSY. PAX (Polarized Antiproton eXperiment) : - Polarization of antiprotons APR - proton-antiproton collisions • FLAIR (Facility for Low energy Antiproton Ion Research): • - Antihydrogen generation NESR (New Experimental Storage Ring): - Electron ion collisions - Internal target PANDA (Proton ANtiproton DArmsdat): - Internal target

  6. Study of Condensed Baryonic Matter (CBM experiment)

  7. Study of nuclear matter at extreme conditions (search for mixed phase) Dubna projectNICA Nuclotron-based Ion Collider fAcility GSI: FAIR Elab~34 AGeV sNN = 8.5GeV Elab~40 AGeV sNN = 9.0GeV CBM–NICA sNN = 9 AGeV AGeV

  8. Experimental Landscape: the complementary programs

  9. Condensed Barionic Matter JINR participation: Transition Radiation Detector (TRD) Straw Transition Radiation Tracker (TRT) Superconducting Dipole Magnet Silicon Tracker System Physics and Simulation The NUCLOTRON was used as a test bench for CBM detectors

  10. Silicon Tracker System • Start R@D project to design and manufacture the basic ladder-module of the system • Design and manufacture the whole STS • JINR: • Assembly of ladder-sections and a whole STS for CBM, • Tests of the modules with radioactive sources and relativistic particle beams • Possible application at NICA/MPD

  11. Proton-antiproton physics (PANDA experiment) ● Excited glue (glueballs and hybrids) ● Charm in Nuclei, Charmonium ● Hadrons in Matter ● Drell-Yan processes Present JINR Involvement

  12. PANDA solenoid JINR, Dubna Yoke production in Russia

  13. DetectorDIRC JINR, Dubna ► Radiator material: Quartz with very high precision surface machining • ►Only 4 factories have an equipment and experience: • Factory of optical glass in Lytkarino, Russia • Corning Glass Corporation, USA • Shott Corporation, Germany • Ohara Corporation, Japan

  14. Muon detector for PANDA JINR, Dubna Full System

  15. Physics and Software • Development of PANDA Physics Program • Development of Computing Framework and optimization of PANDA Detector • Beam and target parameter simulation

  16. Development and test of Avalanche Micro-pixel Photo Diode • Low-level light detection and single photon read-out • AMPD-coupled advanced scintillating fiber detectors • AMPD for fast Calorimetry • Ultra-fast timing for TOF-applications Promising solution for NICA/MPD Calorimeter

  17. Project PAX PAX represents very interesting possible extension of FAIR. Namely, to have polarized antiproton beam and, ultimately, to have collider mode for polarized protons and antiprotons.

  18. Phase 1 (2013-2016)Fixed target: polarized/unpolarizedantiprotons (3.5 GeV/c) on internalpolarized target Phase 2 (2017-…)Asymmetric p-pbar collider: polarized antiprotons in HESR (15 GeV/c) colliding with polarized protons in CSR (3.5 GeV/c) Scheme of the accelerator complex for the PAX experiment APR – Antiproton Polarizer Ring (50--200 MeV) CSR – Cooler Synchrotron Ring (3.5 GeV/c) Polarization of antiprotons in APR up to P=0.3-0.4 Stages of the experiment: Start: Phase 0 (2007-2010) preparatory experiments on spin-filtering at COSY (with protons) and AD CERN (with antiprotons) to study and demonstrate the polarization method

  19. Summary Status

  20. Conclusions • The results presented above show strong participation of JINR groups in FAIR accelerator complex and experiments at FAIR • In the most cases this participation is motivated by the unique expertise of JINR in the field of research and is highly appreciated by the Collaborations • At the same time, participation of JINR groups in FAIR project increase this expertise and helps to develop the infrastructure which can be used for experiments at JINR basic facilities. In particular, the complementarities of FAIR and NICA provide the case for such collaboration