June 18-21 2012 | Chicago, IL USA

Hosted by Argonne National Laboratory

High-Mass RIB Workshop

A one day add-on workshop at the end of HIAT focused on the status and techniques for production of high mass radioactive ion beams will be a follow-up to the Workshop hosted by TRIUMF in November 2011.

The Workshop will be held on the Argonne campus Friday, June 22, following the Argonne Tour.

Transportation to and from Argonne will be provided and no additional fee will be charged.

At the present time we envision the following 3 working sessions:
     1. Charge breeder
     2. Using accelerator chain for high mass separation
     3. Diagnostics and detectors
 

Non US Citizens attending the ANL Tour or Hi-Mass RIB Workshop, must complete the Argonne Foreign National Registration form in order to be granted access to the Argonne National Laboratory site. A link to this form will be provided both on the last page of the registration form and in your confirmation e-mail.  You will need to complete the non-U.S. citizen information form by May 15th to allow sufficient time for obtaining a clearance.

Please find below some additional information:

Foreign Visitors:
Before site access is granted to Argonne National Laboratory, all foreign nationals must show that they are in legal status; meaning their immigration and naturalization paperwork is current. All foreign nationals are required to present their documentation to the clerks or guards at the Argonne Information Center or Guard Posts. Foreign nationals arriving at the gate without the appropriate in-status Immigration and naturalization Service documentation will experience a delay in site access.

Required Documentation for Site Access:
Upon your arrival to ANL, you must stop at the Visitors Center and present your original passport, original visa and/or I-94 or I-94W (Departure Record). If the expiration date on the I-94 or I-94W reads D/S (Duration of Status), you must present the supporting immigration documentation (i.e., I-20, DS-2019). Failure to do so may delay your access to the site. For additional information, please contact your conference host.

 



 

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