|Title :||International MegaGauss Science Laboratory Seminar: Proposal of applications of the MegaGauss techniques for higher-energy charged particle handling. (in Japanese)|
10:30 AM - 0:00 PM
|Place :||Seminar Room 5 (A615), 6th Floor, ISSP|
|Lecturer :||Eiji Nakamura|
|Summary :||The MagaGauss techniques are attractive to explore a frontier of physics study for high-energy particles. The following three articles are discussed for examples of the applications:
(1) Beam handling of GeV ~ PeV hadrons at high-energy particle accelerators,
(2) Compact fusion reactor,
(3) Improvement of light source for short wavelength of 1 fm, which is equivalent to the core size of nucleon, produced by the synchrotron radiation method.
It is difficult to apply the MegaGauss technique because severe stability and homogeneity are required for such high-energy charged particle handling now. I would like to solve the problems, and realize a new energy field.
|Committee Chair :||Shojiro Takeyama (ext.65309)
e-mail: takeyama :at: issp.u-tokyo.ac.jp