Presentación del tema: "Latin-American Collaboration in Nuclear Physics Alinka Lépine-Szily Instituto de Física-USP São Paulo, Brazil Escola de Verao Jorge Andre Swieca de Fisica."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Latin-American Collaboration in Nuclear Physics Alinka Lépine-Szily Instituto de Física-USP São Paulo, Brazil Escola de Verao Jorge Andre Swieca de Fisica Nuclear Teorica 23-29/1/2011 Two-Day Symposium on International Nuclear Science of the IUPAP Working Group WG.9 TRIUMF on July 2-4, 2010
No Long range plan No large scale facilities in Latin America Only 2 accelerators dedicated to basic Nuclear Physics Research: Pelletron tandem 20MV-Tandar in Buenos Aires, Argentina Pelletron tandem of 8MV- Sao Paulo, Brazil Funding: Brazil: ~50 M$, 2.5M$ for Nuclear Physics, (include grants, student fellowships,does not include salaries, which are paid by Univ, Intitutes) Science without Frontiers: 200.000 undergraduate students/year Sent for 1 year abroad. Funding: much less in other Latin American countries
CHART OF SANTIAGO The Association of Latin American Nuclear Physics and Applications (ALANPA) was formed in Santiago, Chile on Dec. 19, 2009, by representatives of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela. In Spanish is called Asociación Latino Americana de Física Nuclear y Aplicaciones ALAFNA In Portuguese is called Associação Latino Americana de Física Nuclear e Aplicações ALAFNA Chairs of ALAFNA: Andrés Kreiner (Argentina) Alinka Lépine-Szily (Brazil)
Steering Committee (SC) of ALAFNA is formed by the 15 original founders : Ricardo Alarcon (Arizona State Univ., USA) Hugo Arellano (U. of Chile, Chile) Haydn Barros (U.Simon Bolivar, Venezuela) Maria Ester Brandan (UNAM, Mexico) Roelof Bijker (UNAM, Mexico) Laszlo Sajo Bohus (U.Simon Bolivar, Venezuela) Fernando Cristancho (UNal, Colombia) Paulo Gomes (U. Fed. Fluminense, Brazil) Carlos Granja(Inst.Exp.Appl.Phys. Czech Tech.U. Czech Rep.) Andrés Kreiner (Tandar, CNEA, Argentina) Alinka Lépine-Szily (USP, Brazil) Rubens Lichtenthäler (USP, Brazil) Modesto Montoya (Inst. Per. Em. Nucl., Peru) Roberto Morales (U. of Chile, Chile) Alberto Pacheco (Tandar, CNEA, Argentina)
Objectives of ALAFNA To strengthen ties among the Latin American Communities doing nuclear research and applications to foster collaborations and promotion of activities, To educate the scientific community and the general public through the promotion of nuclear physics and the peaceful uses of nuclear technology, To do periodic overall assessments of nuclear science in Latin America in the context of world wide activities, and To discuss at a multi-national level future planning of nuclear science activities in Latin America
Role of the Steering Committee: -establishment of ALAFNA governance rules -divulgation of ALAFNA in the scientific community -divulgation of ALAFNA within governments of Latin America with interest in nuclear science and applications ALAFNA homepage is installed: www.alafna.org
Latin American Symposia on Nuclear Physics and Applications 1995 Caracas, Venezuela 1997 Caracas, Venezuela 1999 San Andrés, Colombia 2001 Ciudad de México, México 2003 Santos, Brazil 2005 Iguazu, Argentina 2007 Cuzco, Peru 2009 Santiago, Chile 2011 Quito, Ecuador 2013 Montevideo, Uruguay Scope: the dissemination of the major theoretical and experimental advances in the field of nuclear science and its applications..
VIII LASNPA, Santiago, Chile, December 15-19, 2009 http://servicios3.ing.uchile.cl/slafna/ 29 Plenary talks, 97 parallel talks, 40 posters 170 participants
IX LASNPA Quito Ecuador, July 18-22, 2011, EPN 33 plenary speakers, 55 parallel talks, 33 posters 126 participants
General Informations on news in Nuclear Physics in Brazil: XVII Experimental Summer School on Nuclear Physics January 23 - February 03, 2012, IFUSP - São Paulo, SP 25 students from all Latin America 8 local Pos-docs as monitors 10 local researchers Real experiment realized on RIBRAS, students do data analysis
XXXV Nuclear Physics Workshop in Brazil 2-6 september 2012, Maresias, Brazil 24 plenary talks (14 international), 191 participants, Parallel session, posters New 14 C-AMS facility installed at Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niteroi, Brazil. First in South America.
Projections for the the near future The IF-UFF is the first laboratory in Latin America self sufficient to develop projects on 14C-AMS. The number of Brazilian and Latin American researchers using this technique should increase by one or two orders of magnitude. Collaborative multi-disciplinary scientific projects + a few commercial works to support the lab.
Mexico: list of activities 1, VII Escuela Mexicana de Física Nuclear, 20-28 de junio de 2011, México DF. Contact: Libertad Barrón Palos 2. Sección de Física Nuclear del LIV Congreso Nacional de Física, 10-14 de octubre de 2011, Mérida, Yucatán. Contact:Maria Esther Ortiz Salazar 3. XXXV Simposio de Física Nuclear, 3-6 de enero de 2012, Cocoyoc, Morelos. Contact: Elizabeth Padilla Rodal 4. Estancias de Verano 2012, junio-agosto de 2012. Contacto: Jorge Hirsch 5. Congreso Internacional: Beauty in Physics: Theory and Experiment en honor de Francesco Iachello, 14-18 de mayo de 2012, Cocoyoc, Morelos. Contacto: Roelof Bijker 6. Inauguración del Laboratorio de Núcleos Exóticos del Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares de la UNAM, marzo de 2012, Mexico DF. Contacto: Elizabeth Padilla Rodal. Detector construction.
Latin American countries with activity in CERN Argentina Number of CERN users 18 (January 2011) Participation in CERN Experiments; ATLAS Brazil Number of CERN users 93 (January 2012) Participation in CERN Experiments: ALICE,ATLAS,CMS,LHCb,ALPHA Mexico Number of CERN users 43 (January 2012) Participation in CERN Experiments: ALICE,CMS,Na62 Chile(4), Colombia(10), Cuba (4), Peru(2), mainly ALICE