Applied Nuclear Physics and Electromagnetic Instrumentation

Research

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Applied Nuclear Physics and Electromagnetic Instrumentation

Overview

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150 MeV FFAG accelerator
at Kyushu University

The group is engaged in researches on accelerator-based science and technology. One of the main subjects of research is the development of the FFAG accelerator, a new type of synchrotron with a static magnetic field. The other important subject is precise measurements of the nuclear reactions with beams of intermediate energy particles for application of the reactions in various fields. The 60Co gamma-ray irradiation effects and environmental radioactivity have also been investigated.

Staff

Professor Nobuo Ikeda
Associate Professor Yusuke Uozumi
Assistant Professor Yujiro Yonemura

The Main Research Topics

  • Development of FFAG accelerator
  • Nuclear reaction data in intermediate and high energy regions
  • Gamma-ray irradiation and analysis
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