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Registration as LNL User


Normativa per l'autorizzazione all'accesso ai LNL per l'anno 2019

Rules concerning the registration as LNL users for year 2019

        Moduli/Forms

        Le richieste prive delle firme non saranno accettate
        Requests lacking in signatures will not be accepted


Per utenti non INFN, i moduli vanno trasmessi per posta elettronica certificata all'indirizzo This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For non INFN users, the forms have to be sent by PEC to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Per utenti INFN, i moduli vanno trasmessi all'indirizzo This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For INFN users, the forms have to be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

MODULO DI REGISTRAZIONE (file pdf)

RICHIESTA ACCESSO ALLE RISORSE INFORMATICHE DEI INFN LNL (file pdf)

RICHIESTA DELL'ENTE DI APPARTENENZA (fac-simile file doc)
(da redigere su carta intestata, con timbro e firma del Direttore della struttura)

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For users coming from foreign institutes, the forms must be sent by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

REGISTRATION FORM (pdf file)

REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCESS INFN LNL COMPUTING AND NETWORK RESOURCES  (pdf file)

REQUEST FOR PERMISSION OF YOUR INSTITUTION (fac-simile doc file)
(print it on headed notepaper with stamp and your Institution Director's signature)

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Per ulteriori informazioni contattare/ For further information contact:
Servizio di Direzione / Direction Service
e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: (+39) 0498068521 

In memory of Sergey Stark

Dr. Sergey Stark worked in Legnaro for 25 years, from 1991 to 2014, in the field of the realization of superconducting cavities with the technique of niobium sputtering onto copper. The original development of DC-biased-sputtering technology in Legnaro, under the initial guidance of prof. Vincenzo Palmieri, allowed the realization of the first quarter-wave cavities (QWR) by means of Nb-sputtering in the world, with operational performances that are completely comparable to those made of niobium plate.
In the first period (1991-1998), Sergey progressively perfected the sputtering procedures. Subsequently (from 1999 to 2003) he was the protagonist of the great project with which more than 70 QWRs were realized by means of Nb-sputtering: these resonators are in operation on the ALPI linac, with no major improvement measures ever since. In the same period, he set up a system of automatic characterization of superconducting cavities, applied to the QWR but of universal value, which had an international echo. Since 2004, he has given a fundamental contribution in guaranteeing maintenance and functionality of ALPI and PIAVE linacs, contributing in a passionate way to the understanding and solving problems in different disciplines, such as control systems, radiofrequency, vacuum technologies, cryogenics and cryostats. For the superconducting RFQs of PIAVE, in particular, he realized in this period the large Nb-sputtered Cu plates. In synergy with the staff of our mechanical workshop, he eventually perfected the geometry of QWR’s, with beam ports obtained by plastic deformation: an innovation which was then successfully resumed in other laboratories and which further improved their performance.
In 2014, he chose to move to the FRIB project at Michigan State University (USA), where his ideas and talents were further developed.
Sergey was a born researcher, who loved experimenting and innovating. He was a creative researcher, with knowledge ranging among the most diverse fields of technological research: superconductivity, cryogenics, electronics, automation, chemistry, electrochemistry, radiofrequency, mechanics, vacuum, computer science. He knew how to move in every field, and, through his remarkable technical skills realize his ideas by himself. He was meticulous in implementing everything he considered important. A tireless worker, he demanded a lot from himself. He was a sensitive and shy person, who loved doing more than promising. Focused on the goal to be achieved, he could seem obsessive in the precision and, in the way, he requested a job. However, he was extremely caring and generous with colleagues and associates, and was always willing to make his deep and diverse experience available to anyone who wanted his help.
His contribution to the activities of the National Laboratories of Legnaro will never be forgotten.

Memory by INFN LNL (english version)

Ricordo del personale dei LNL (versione italiana)

Ricordo di Anna Maria Porcellato

Ricordo di Silvia De Ambrosis e Giulia Lanza

Ricordo di Antonio Rossi


Van Der Graaff AN2000 Accelerator - useful info


The LNL AN2000 Van de Graaff accelerator is the smallest accelerator of Legnaro for nuclear physics experiments and is equipped with a micro-beam line (in the image above).

It is mainly used for interdisciplinary studies in materials science, solid state physics, biomedical analysis, radiation and environmental physics and geology, by nuclear investigation techniques such as Rutherford and Non-Rutherford Backscattering (RBS) with proton and alpha-particles beams, Ion Channeling, Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis (ERDA), low energy nuclear reaction analysis (NRA) and Proton Induced x-ray Emission (PIXE) on crystalline and amorphous semiconductors, ceramic and glassy materials and on metal alloy thin films or on environmental city or marine aerosol samples.
The proton Micro-Beam facility is used for experiments involving high-lateral resolution micro-PIXE analysis of semiconductor, geological and environmental-aerosol samples and also single-event interaction, Ion Beam Induced Luminescence using rarefied low intensity proton beams.

It is made available for experiments on working days (Monday to Friday) mainly during daytime. It can be left in use beyond the working time to authorized users.

Rules to use the AN2000 accelerator beyond normal daytime working hours (only in Italian)

Request form to use the AN2000 accelerator beyond normal daytime working hours (only in Italian)

AN2000 accelerator standard operation modes:

Machine Voltage

from 0.3 to 2.2 MV

Available Beams

1H+, 3He+, 4He+

How to apply for beam time

Proposals are evaluated and selected on the basis of scientific merit by the User Selection Panel for Interdisciplinary Research (USIP).
Please, refer to the Application page

Contact persons:

Name

position

phone +39-049

mail

Valentino Rigato

Accelerator Coordinator

8068511/560

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Stefania Canella

Technical Responsible (SAFI)

8068327

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Lucia Sarchiapone

Radiation Protection Service

8068394

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Enrico Fioretto

Responsible of User Service

8068437

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Paola Carraretto

Secretarial Staff

8068442

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Barbara Tonello

User registration

8068521

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Radiation protection standards for the AN2000 Accelerator (by the Radioprotection Service of the LNL, only in Italian)


Van Der Graaff CN Accelerator - useful info


The CN accelerator is the oldest of Legnaro, its installation dates back to 1961. Its buiding is one of symbols of the Laboratory (see the image above)

It is made available for experiments on working days (Monday to Friday) mainly during daytime.

It can be left in use beyond the working time to users who are authorized.

Rules to use the CN accelerator beyond normal daytime working hours (only in Italian)

Request form to use the CN accelerator beyond normal daytime working hours (only in Italian)

CN accelerator standard operation modes:

Machine Voltage

5 MV with two days conditioning

6 MV with three days conditioning

Available Beams

1H+, 2H+, 3He+, 4He+, 4He++

4He++ 20nA with two days of beam preparation

Pulsed Beams

Protons. 3ns pulses at 3MHz with one day of beam preparation

At CN neutron beams are available with limited current intensities of protons or deutons:

Beam

Target

Energy (MeV)

Max Current (nA)

1H+

Li

7

500

2H+

Be

< 5

300

2H+

Be

5-7

100

Experiments with higher/different beam intensities can be performed with a specific Radiation Protection Service approval; additional local shielding could be requested.

How to apply for beam time

Proposals are evaluated and selected on the basis of scientific merit by the User Selection Panel for Interdisciplinary Research (USIP).
Please, refer to the Application page

Contact persons:

Name

position

phone +39-049

mail

Valentino Rigato

Accelerator Coordinator

8068511/560

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Stefania Canella

Technical Responsible (SAFI)

8068327

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lucia Sarchiapone

Radiation Protection Service

8068484

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Enrico Fioretto

Responsible of User Service

8068437

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Paola Carraretto

Secretarial Staff

8068442

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Barbara Tonello

User registration

8068521

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Radiation protection standards for the CN Accelerator (by the Radioprotection Service of the LNL, only in Italian)


Subcategories

LNL Events


All events


LNL User Community Annual Meeting
INFN-LNL, 4-5 November 2019

PARIS User meeting
INFN-LNL, 28-29 November 2019


 

LNL Seminars


All seminars


Future lepton colliders….and others
by Dr Alessandro Variola (INFN-LNF)
Thursday, 10 October 2019 from 10:30 to 12:30, Villi meeting room


Mn-51 and Mn-52g for Positron Emission Tomography Imaging
by Prof. Jonathan W. Engle (University of Wisconsin)
Friday, 11 October 2019 from 9:00 to 17:00, Villi meeting room


Biophysics radiations
by Dr. Elettra Bellinzona (Università di Trento e INFN TIFPA)
Wednesday, 30 October 2019 from 11:00 to 12:00, Ceolin meeting room


Public engagement at TIFPA
by Dr. Elettra Bellinzona (Università di Trento e INFN TIFPA)
Wednesday, 30 October 2019 from 14:00 to 15:00, Ceolin meeting room


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