First FLAIR Meeting

Meeting of the "Users group for low-energy antiproton physics at GSI"

Sept. 18, 2 p.m., 2003, until Sept. 19, 5 p.m.

There is considerable interest in a future low-energy antiproton facility at GSI which might increase the total number of antiprotons by one to two orders of magnitude compared to the AD at CERN. In addition, a tremendous improvement is expected by producing cooled beams down to few 100 keV energy at much reduced emittances. This will most likely enable novel experiments.

We are going to form a "Users group for low-energy antiproton physics at GSI" for people who are interested in using low-energy antiprotons. A first meeting will take place on Sept. 18, 2 p.m., until Sept. 19, 5 p.m., at GSI.  The program of the meeting can be downloaded  [Leitet Herunterladen der Datei ein] here.

Topics for this meeting are:

  • layout and performance of the facility
  • preparation of a Letter of Intent for GSI which addresses
  • the scientific case
  • facility layout and performance
  • cost estimates
  • milestones
  • forming of a steering committee

The meeting is open for participants who are interested in low-energy antiproton physics. Please send an email to Jochen Walz,  [Öffnet ein Fenster zum Versenden der E-Mail] jcw(at)mpq.mpg.de, if you are planning to come and/or if you like to receive further information. If you know somebody else who might be interested in joining this users group meeting please forward this web page to her or him.

Best regards,

Eberhard Widmann
Jochen Walz
Wolfgang Quint


Dr. Eberhard Widmann
ASACUSA collaboration, U Tokyo / CERN
CERN, EP Division
CH 1211 Geneve 23
Tel. +41-22-767-8306, mobile +41-79-201-4077, Fax. +41-22-767-3500

Dr. Jochen Walz
Max-Planck-Institut fuer Quantenoptik
D-85748 Garching bei Muenchen
Hans-Kopfermann-Strasse 1
Tel. +49 89 32905 -322, FAX +49 89 32905 -200, and
CH-1211 Geneve 23
Tel. +41 22 76 79813

Priv.-Doz. Dr. Wolfgang Quint
Max-Planck-Str. 1
64291 Darmstadt
Tel. 06159/712141, Fax 06159/712901


(last update by W. Quint, Sept. 11, 2003)