CALL for PROPOSALS for the period
May - July 2020
for submission proposals is January 31, 2020
Proposals must be submitted via web at the link
on-line submission form to apply for beam time at the AN2000 or CN accelerators.
For planning at best the workload of the LNL target Laboratory, please fill in the TARGET REQUEST FORM at proposal submission. Late Target Request Forms submission or any other late request will be subject to approval by the LNL target Laboratory responsible and in low priority compatible with the work-load of the laboratory.
Please use the WORD TEMPLATE file for the proposal available here
The maximum length of the proposal must be limited to a maximum of 5 pages ("times new roman" 12pt font) - tables, figures and references included and must contain:
NEW PROPOSALS: the proposal must include:
a) scientific motivation for the experiment
b) indication of expected results
c) number of days of beam time requested, based on reliable estimates
d) description of the experimental apparata and ion- beams characteristics needed to perform the experiment.
CONTINUATION EXPERIMENTS: the proposal must include:
a) a clear report on the status of the project
b) a summary of the beam time already assigned and how it was used
c) the results achieved in comparison to international research
d) a list of publications related to the experiment
e) the progress expected from new runs
f) the number of days of beam time requested, based on reliable estimates.
Only Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) files will be accepted.
Technical Review of the Proposals
After the submission and before the PAC meeting, the technical feasibility of the proposals (in terms of beam availability, intensity, energy, target, status of the accelerators, readiness of the experimental setup, radioprotection limits, accident safety and prevention) will be rewiewed by an internal LNL committee.
The spokespersons will be notified about the technical evaulation of their proposals about 10 days before the PAC meeting.
The HORIZON2020 ENSAR2 Grant
Agreement nr. 654002 will officially end on February 28th 2020.
An extension of six months has been requested to the European Community and is, at the moment, under evaluation.
In the present situation, it is not possible to guarantee the Transnational Access financial support for the period covered by the next LNL PAC.
In any case, we encourage the request for Transnational Access Support, following the usual procedure indicated in the web page:
To be eligible to benefit from access to the infrastructure under the ENSAR2 Agreement, a user group must satisfy the following condition: the user group leader (spokesperson) and the
majority of the users must work in an institution established in a Member State or Associated State, other than Italy.
For further information please contact Dr. Marco Cinausero (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The application form for ENSAR2 has to be attached in the LNL on-line proposal submission page. In addition, the form has to be sent via email with a copy of the proposal to the following email address: email@example.com
Scientific Coordinator of LNL CN and AN2000 accelerator complex
Radiation Protection/Responsibility declaration.
The Responsibility Declaration (used also as unique form for the request of radioactive sources and dosemeters) is available at the address http://www.lnl.infn.it/~radprot/. For further information please contact the Radiation Protection Service (Daniela Zane - +39-049-8068322, fax +39-049-8068889, firstname.lastname@example.org). The form must be sent at least a week before any specific run.
Access to LNL
Please, remember that the access to LNL is subordinate to having obtained the access authorization and complied with the current rules in the field of radioprotection for all the people involved in the experiment. Please, refer to this link http://www.lnl.infn.it/%7Elnldir/lnl_access.html or contact the Direction Secretariat Service (B. Tonello, +39-049-8068521, fax +39-049-8068514, Users.Office@lnl.infn.it).