Giovanni Fiorentini (FE)
Angeles Faus-Golfe (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular)
Originally developed to investigate the fundamental laws of nature, particle accelerators accelerate charged particles to incredibly high speeds before using them for a variety of purposes. Today, accelerators are far more than a tool for fundamental research and their significant role in industry and society means that they have a very important, but often unseen, impact on our everyday...
Dmytro Rafalskyi (LPP-Ecole Polytechnique)
In this talk I present brief review on a dual beam sources used in space propulsion. Dual beam propulsion is currently represented by few innovative concepts being under development. These concepts promise several advantages to the propulsion, such as precise control of the spacecraft potential, reduced background plasma and removal of a dedicated neutralization system that increases general...
7. Progresses about Microwave Discharge Ion Sources for high intensity protons and light ions’ beams production at INFN-LNS
Santo Gammino (INFN-LNS)
The diffusion of large-scale facilities based on high intensity linear accelerators for both fundamental or applied research has triggered the development of multi-mA proton/light ions sources. At INFN-LNS a great deal of work has been done on modelling, design and construction of several Microwave Discharge Ion Sources, according to the demands coming from different projects like TRASCO, ESS,...
Stefania Canella (INFN-LNL)
A review of the two LNL small accelerators mainly dedicated to applied physics (AN2000 and CN) is given. Their foreseen use in the next years is then presented. The experiments related to applied physics performed in the last 2 years at AN2000 and CN are also described, with special attention to those interesting for application of accelerator based analytical and diagnostic techniques (PIXE...
Vanni Antoni (CNR)
A space where brief oral summaries of poster may be shown, if desired, as well as other materials for discussion. Minutes prepared by convener(s) may be posted on the website, as well as short presentations (3 slide max) received for the discussion.