About the project

Czech participation

The Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) GmbH is a newly constructed European large research infrastructure included in the ESFRI Roadmap. FAIR is of European interest and impact, built at the German national laboratory at GSI Darmstadt. It covers activities in four scientific pillars: Compressed Baryonic Matter (CBM and HADES); Proton Annihilation at Darmstadt (PANDA); Nuclear STructure, Astrophysics and Reactions (NuSTAR) and Atomic, Plasma Physics and Applications...

FAIR – CZ is supported from different public sources. Operational cost, travel expenses for coordinating of the investment done in FAIR, training of students, participation fees in experiments for all participants is supported from the activity for large research infrastructures by MEYS (MEYS project LM 2015049). A project for in - kind investment and own research was submitted under the call No. 02_16_013 for Research infrastructures, priority axis 1 Operational programme research...

CBM

PANDA

The FAIR research program Compressed Baryonic Matter consists of two experiments studying hot and dense nuclear matter: the HADES (High Acceptance Di-Electron Spectrometer) and the CBM (Compressed Baryonic Matter experiment)...

The FAIR research program PANDA will use antiproton beams of unprecedented intensity and quality. These will produce in interactions with proton target a variety of composite particles containing strange and charm quarks....

NUSTAR

APPA

The NUSTAR collaboration is devoted to the study of NUclear STructure, Astrophysics, and Reactions. 700 scientist from 170 institutions worldwide create the NUSTAR community. Focus is put on the use of beams of radioactive species separated...

The APPA collaboration will use high intensity heavy and/or radioactive beams for wide range of various studies of materials and biology samples.

BIOMAT - Biology and Material Science , FLAIR - Facility for Low-Energy Antiproton and Heavy Ion Research...

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