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Accelerators for Knowledge

To Create Possibilities for Internationally Competitive Research within the University System.

Academic Cell

Objective

To streamline Academic Administrative Activities so that the User Facility provides a better impact on User community

Accelerator User Portal

How and When to Apply for Beam Time at IUAC

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Important information only for BTR-3 Proposals: Take the print out of your online submitted BTR-3 proposal get it forwarded through the Registrar of your institute or organization. It is mandatory to send the original forwarded BTR-3 form to us either via post or in person. Without forwarded copy your BTR-3 proposal will not be considered

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Arrive at least a day in advance and stay for few days after your experiment. A User presentation at the end of the experiment is to be made by the User. User Presentation should describe the objective, troubles encountered, suggestions for improvement etc...

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List of pending proposals

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Details of Beam time schedule

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IUAC Users

Arrive at least a day in advance and stay for few days after your experiment. A User presentation at the end of the experiment is to be made by the User. User Presentation should describe the objective, troubles encountered, suggestions for improvement etc...

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The Pelletron accelerator and laboratory is well shielded and inter-locked to avoid any radiation exposure to the workers. Members of the staff and users receive little or no exposure.However, regular personnel monitoring is necessary for every worker having access to the radiation areas...

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Presentation by the Principal Investigator / any collaborator / student.Presentation by the Principal Investigator / any collaborator (but not from IUAC)(student presentation not acceptable in case of sanction of funds)...

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IUAC scientists/engineers may be involved in all stages of the experiment, viz., planning the experiment, execution of the experiment, data analysis/interpretation. In such cases she/he would be a co­author in any publication arising out of the work. No paper should be communicated by any user for publication in a journal or for a conference without the consent/comment by IUAC coauthor....

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For experiments performed by a group at IUAC (NSC), the data is the joint property of all persons named as collaborators in the Beam Time Request (BTR) Schedule. All collaborators must have signed on the BTR. In the special case of a Ph. D Proposal, the data is the joint property of the Student and the Ph.D Supervisor, both of whom should be named in the BTR form and both must sign. (Other collaborators would not have any rights to this data, except that their names should be included in the publication, unless as stated in 3).In case of a dispute between collaborators, those not agreeing to the publication of the data or have doubts on the analysis...

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The last DAE-DST Vision meeting for Drawing Roadmap for High Energy and Nuclear Physics Research was held in Mumbai during April 7-8, 2006, which produced a Roadmap with a number of recommendations. Some of these have been implemented and yielded very encouraging results....

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Outreach

Inter University Accelerator Centre (IUAC) is an autonomous centre of the University Grants Commission (UGC) providing advanced facilities to the user community for carrying out accelerator based research in basic sciences. Research is conducted primarily in the fields of experimental nuclear physics, materials science, atomic and molecular physics, accelerator physics, accelerator mass spectrometry, radiation biology and radiation physics. More information is available in IUAC's website: http://www.iuac.res.in/

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Inter-University Accelerator Centre (IUAC) conducts M. Sc. Orientation Programme to encourage interested students to supplement their knowledge and to motivate them to continue their career in science. This programme has been envisaged to provide hands-on training in fields associated with accelerator based research to selected M. Sc. students by way of short projects. However, this programme is not conducted to satisfy the M. Sc. credit requirements of any University / Department. Due to large number of applicants every year, we regret that all applicants may not be selected for project work. In order to provide chance for students from various universities, students from the same universities may be given less priority for consideration in successive years.

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Contact

Inter-University Accelerator Centre,
Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, Near Vasant Kunj,
New Delhi, 110067, INDIA

Tel: 011-24126018, 24126022,
24126024-26, 24126029

Fax: 011-24126036, 24126041

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