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Title: A bright future for accelerator science at ANSTO
Authors: Hotchkis, MAC
Child, DP
Cohen, DD
Dodson, JR
Fink, D
Garton, D
Hua, Q
Ionescu, M
Jacobsen, GE
Levchenko, VA
Mifsud, C
Siegele, R
Smith, AM
Williams, AG
Winkler, S
Keywords: Accelerator experimental facilities
ANTARES Tandem Accelerator
Mass spectroscopy
Ion beams
Ion sources
Sample preparation
Issue Date: 25-Nov-2009
Publisher: Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE)
Citation: Hotchkis, M. A. C., Child, D. P., Cohen, D., Dodson, J., Fink, D., Garton, D., Hua, Q., Ionescu, M., Jacobsen, G. E., Levchenko, V., Mifsud, C., Siegele, R., Smith, A. M., Williams, A. & Winkler, S (2009). A bright future for accelerator science at ANSTO. Paper presented at the 16th Conference on Nuclear & Complementary Techniques of Analysis, AINSE, Lucas Heights, 25-27 November 2009.
Abstract: In the May 2009 budget, the Federal Government announced funding of $25m to ANSTO through the Education Investment Fund, to build state-of-the-art applied accelerator science facilities, by upgrading and replacing existing facilities and laboratories at ANSTO. Currently, ANSTO's researchers, jointly with researchers from all 37 Australian universities, plus other agencies such as CSIRO, government departments and local government bodies, and overseas collaborators and customers, use ANSTO's accelerator facilities for analysis of a wide range of materials, predominantly by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) and Ion Beam Analysis (IBA). There are >100 external users of those facilities every year. © 2009 AINSE
Description: This paper is only available in print format. The Conference Proceedings are held by ANSTO Library, DDC number 543.1/11.
ISBN: 9780975843486
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