Technical Tour - Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility
Duration: 45-60 minutes
Time: Thursday 10 March – starting from 9.15am
The Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF) comprises the 14UD pelletron accelerator and a superconducting ‘booster’ linear accelerator (LINAC) housed and operated by the Department of Nuclear Physics in the Research School of Physics at the Australian National University.
After the tour at HIAF, a coach will stop at the National Arboretum where you can go for a leisurely stroll before heading back to Canberra Rex Hotel. A coach transfer to and from Canberra Rex Hotel will be provided for those who have registered for the workshop.
|9.00-9.10||Canberra Rex Hotel (gathering at 8.45am)||Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility|
|9.15-10.15||Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility (56-57 Garran Road, Acton, ACT)|
|10.20-10.40||Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility||National Arboretum|
|11.55-12.30||National Arboretum||Canberra Rex Hotel|