SCANS – A Compact Accelerator-Driven Neutron Source for Scandinavia?
December 16 @ 12:00 - December 17 @ 12:00
The European countries are currently facing a serious neutron drought since several reactors are undergoing shutdown, the European Spallation Source (ESS) will not have a fully-fledged user program until 2025-2026 and other European large-scale facilities (ISIS, ILL and PSI) are heavily overbooked. There is a serious need for establishing additional neutron sources, especially in Scandinavia. It is believed that Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources (CANS) could fill the gaps left by the closure of small/medium-power nuclear reactors.
The workshop is organized by the Department for Neutron Materials Characterization at IFE. Funding is provided through the Nordic Neutron Science Program and its topical networks.
Venue: Quality Hotel Olavsgaard (Skjetten, Norway) .
|Monday, 16 December 2019||Tuesday, 17 December 2019|
|13:10-15:00||First Session||12:50-13:00||Closing remarks|
|15:20-17:30||Second session||14:00||End of workshop|
|17:45-18:30||Round Table or invited talk|
|18:30-19:00||Networking (with drinks)|
• Frederic Ott (LLB Saclay): The SONATE project; A French CANS for materials science
• Thomas Brückel (JCNS Jülich): The High Brilliance Neutron Source (HBS) Project
• Anne-Isabelle Etienvre (CEA, Paris) Particle accelerators: powerful tool for interdisciplinary research
• Nicolas Chauvin (CEA, Paris): IPHI, a high intensity proton accelerator for neutron production
• Luca Zanini (ESS, Lund): Low-dimensional moderators for high-power/compact sources
• Sebastian Eisenhut (Dresden): Cryostat for supply of hydrogen with variable ortho-para ratio
• Bent Lauritzen (DTU Nutech): The Danish CANS initiative – A Summary
• Max Wolff (Uppsala): UppCANS – A compact source for Sweden
• Rob Frost (Lund): A compact source for the Lund area
Deadline for registration: December 2nd. No registration fee.
The first ten students from outside the Oslo area will receive free accommodation