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Polish Nuclear Physics Network. Jerzy Jastrzębski NuPECC in Kraków. June 9, 2005. Table I Participants in the NEEN. NuPECC information to ESF (PESC) Jan. 2001 (prepared 1998). NuPECC information to ESF (PESC) Jan. 2001 (prepared 1998).

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Polish nuclear physics network

Polish Nuclear Physics Network

Jerzy Jastrzębski

NuPECC in Kraków

June 9, 2005

Table I

Participants in the NEEN

NuPECC information to ESF (PESC)Jan. 2001 (prepared 1998)

NuPECC information to ESF (PESC)Jan. 2001 (prepared 1998)

NuPECC information to ESF (PESC)Jan. 2001 (prepared 1998)

Local experimental facilities
Local experimental facilities

Warsaw - Heavy Ion Cyclotron

Kraków - Light Particle Cyclotron

Kraków - Micro – Beam Facility

Kraków - Atomic Force Microscopy

Warsaw - VdG electrostatic accelerator

Świerk - Proton Cyclotron

Warsaw - PET Radiopharmaceuticals Production Centre

(in construction)

Świerk - Production of medical electron linear accelerators

Heavy ion laboratory warsaw university
Heavy Ion Laboratory – Warsaw University

Dubna type K=160machine

10 GHz (home made) ECR

Ions from B to Ar

2 – 10 AMeV energy

Experimental Hall at HIL

and PET radiopharmaceuticals production area

Warsaw Consortium for PET Collaboration

Radiopharmaceuticals Production Center - HIL

PET Diagnostic Centers

Research Units

Cyclotron AIC-144

in Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences

View of the cyclotron

The scheme of the transport of the cyclotron beams

Ifj microprobe applications in geology and life sciences
IFJ microprobe applicationsin geology and life sciences

Rocks dating by the U-Th-Pb determination in monazites

Microparticles elemental analysis

Mapping of skin exposed to Ti

nanoparticles ( NANODERM )

SIH setup

Single ion hit (SIH) and the bystander effect (CELLION –6 FP)



cell directly affected

Elemental mapping of cellular structures

Atomic Force Microscopy

Adhesion and single bond force

single bond force

F= 860 pN

Cell stiffness as an indicator of cell transformation

Force histograms before...


Bladder cells

Healthy persons

Control cells

...and after inhibition of binding sites


Cancer cells

non-specific interaction

Young’s modulus [kPa]

Polish Nuclear Physics Road Map teams

  • From EU Structural Funds for Poland in 2007 – 2013 a substantial part will be directed to the Program „Competitive Economy”

  • In this Program Ministry of High Education and Science

  • will coordinate two Priorities:

Question: could Nuclear Physics contribute to the realization

of these two Priorities?

Propositions: teams

  • Accelerator and Positron Emission Tomography Centre

  • Transformation of the presently operating Heavy Ion Laboratory

  • Occular Proton Therapy Project

  • Presently in completion phase in Kraków; Ep = 60 MeV

  • Proton Therapy Centre

  • Proton variable energy up to 250 MeV

  • Hadron Therapy Centre

  • 12C beam with variable energy, up to 400 MeV/A

  • High Temperature Nuclear Reactor of IV generation

  • Proposed, European pilot project, collaboration with RAFAEL

  • and France. Production of Hydrogene, coal gasification and

  • liquefaction.

  • Undeground, low activity Laboratory

  • European project of particle and nuclear physics