Bulletin N 1


International Seminar

"Accelerators of Particles and Nuclei (ISAPAN-02):
Past, Present and Future"


dedicated to the memory of V.I. Veksler


4-6 March 2002, Dubna, Russia




1. The title, place, dates and scope of the Seminar.

The International Seminar "Accelerators of Particles and Nuclei: Past, Present and Future" (ISAPAN-02) dedicated to the memory of Academician V.I. Veksler will be held in Dubna, Russia on 4-6 March 2002.

On Monday, 4 March 2002 JINR will celebrate the 95th anniversary of Academician Vladimir Iosifovich Veksler, a distinguished Soviet scientist who recieved many rewards including Lenin and Soviet State prizes. V.I. Veksler is also the author of the Phase Stability Principle being a base for modern accelerators which become main instruments for investigating particle and nucleus structure. For this discovery V.I.Veksler as well as Prof. E. McMillan was awarded with the USA medal "Atoms for Peace". In 1953-1957 V.I.Veksler constructed the world's largest proton accelerator SYNCHROPHASOTRON for the energy of 10 GeV and founded the Laboratory of High Energy which became the first laboratory for high energy physics investigations in the Soviet Union. Such a laboratory should have a corresponding infrastructure, a developed set of detectors and an optimized scientific programme.

Since the SYNCHROPHASOTRON comission many accelerators and colliders have been constructed in the world for higher and higher energies permitting to go deeper into the microcosmos and discover new phenomena.

A review of developments in the accelerators, detectors and high energy physics since Veksler's time to nowadays and prospects for future will be subjects of discussions at the Seminar.


2. The draft scientific programme.

2.1. The current international state-of-art in the field of

  • accelerator construction and development,
  • detectors development,
  • main discoveries of the last century,
  • developments in the theory of particle interactions

is planned to be reviewed by key world-known speakers A.N.Lebedev, I.A.Golutvin, L.B.Okun, D.V.Shirkov, respectively.

These principal talks will be given on the first day of the Seminar.

2.2. During the second day there will be talks on the same subjects delivered by renowned experts in the field. These talks are to be selected by the Programme Organizing Committee based on recommendations of the International Advisory Committee with special attention to the talks on the ISTC projects associated with the construction of accelerators and detectors.

2.3. Special International Scientific Technical Center (ISTC) session. All talks will be presented at plenary sessions to be held in the same conference hall. Several talks will be given by speakers, representing projects, which enjoy the support from ISTC.

Programme of the Seminar (from 26.02.2002)


3. The tentative structure of the Seminar is as follows:

4 March 2002: 10:00
11:00
13:00
15:00
19:00
Registration
Opening, Invited talks
Lunch
Invited talks
Welcome party
 
5 March 2002: 10:00
13:00
15:00
17:00
19:30
Talks selected by the Programme Committee
Lunch
Tour to JINR Laboratories
Talks
Seminar's dinner
 
6 March 2002   Excursions to Moscow


4. Participants.

Participation in the Seminar is available by invitation of the Organizing Committee.

The expected number of the Seminar participants is about 200 including 125 from JINR and other research centers in Russia, 50 from the JINR Member States and 25 from other states.


5. Organizers.

The Seminar is organized by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR), Lebedev Physics Institute (LPI) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Division of Nuclear Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Ministry for Atomic Energy and Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation, sponsored by the International Scientific Technical Center (ISTC).

The Organizers will also apply to the Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research and International Committee for Future Accelerators with the request for financial support.


6. In International Advisory Committee (IAC).

The IAC will be asked to optimize a scientific programme and list of the Seminar participants.

A preliminary list of the IAC members is as follows:

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S. Belyaev
Ts. Baatar
M. Danilov
Ding Datsay
L. Evans
E. Edvards
V. Glukhikh
M. Kirpichnikov
O. Krokhin
A. Khrinkevich
G. Lambertson
A. Logunov
Fr. Lehar
V. Matveev
S. Ozaki
B. Richter
C. Rubbia
A. Rumyantsev
E. Sessler
A. Skrinski
R. Sosnovski
P. Spillantini
E. Tamm
D. Trines
A. Tavkhelidze
A. Vagner
A. Vasiliev
V. Vladimirski
M. Witherell
Kurchatov Institute, Russia
IP, Mongolia
ITEP, Russia
China
CERN, Switzerland
FNAL, USA
Efremov Institute, Russia
Minpromnauka, Russia
LPI, Russia
INP, Poland
LBNL, USA
IHEP, Russia
Saclay, France
INR, Russia
BNL, USA
SLAC, USA
CERN, Switzerland
MINATOM, Russia
LBNL, USA
Russian Academy of Sciences and INR (Novosibirsk)
INR, Poland
INFN, Italy
LPI, Russia
DESY, Germany
Georgian Academi of Science
DESY, Germany
Moscow Radio Technical Inst., Russia
ITEP, Russia
FNAL, USA

Professors Danilov M.V., Logunov A.A., Ozaki S., Khrinkevich A., Sosnowski R., Skrinski A.N., Lehar F., Spillantini P. and Tamm E.I. have already supported the ideas of the Seminar and agreed to be members of IAC.


7. The Local Organizing Committee consists of:

The Programme Committee including:

V. Kadyshevsky
A. Sissakian
I. Savin
A. Malakhov
V. Kekelidze
I. Meshkov
V. Zhabitski
A. Lebedev
chairperson
co-chairperson
co-chairperson
deputy chairperson
deputy chairperson
member
scientific secretary
member (PLI)

and the Working group including:

P. Bogolubov
O. Beguchev
V. Bakaev
S. Chubakova
N. Dokalenko
I. Golutvin
I. Ivanov
A. Kovalenko
A. Kuznetsov
V. Kukhtin
I. Melnichenko
Yu. Orlov
V. Penev
E. Plekhanov
I. Savin
M. Shafranova
G. Shirkov
G. Volkova
 
(RAS)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(MINATOM)
 
 
 
 
 
 


8. The working language.

The working language of the Seminar will be English, but if there is a need, the simultaneous translation will be provided.


9. Location of the Seminar.

The Seminar will be held in Dubna, Moscow Region. All sessions will be held in the International Conference Centre (ICC) of JINR.

JINR has two principal sites housing 7 Laboratories operating the basic facilities:

    The Nuclotron - superconducting synchrotron for nuclei up to 6 GeV per nucleon,

    U-400, U-400M and U-200 heavy ion cyclotrons,

    IBR-2 pulsed reactor,

    Synchrophasotron 10 GeV proton accelerator,

    Phasotron 680 MeV proton accelerator.

The information about Dubna and JINR is available on the web sites: http://www.jinr.ru or http://www.lhe.jinr.ru


10. Housing.

Participants will be accommodated in the Hotel "Dubna".


11. Meals.

Meals will be served at the Restaurant "Dubna" and/or in the cafeteria of ICC.


12. Social programme.

A concert of the local Dubna artistic groups will be performed on the 4th of March and an excursion to Moscow will be organized on the 6th of March.


13. Transportation.

Transportation from/to the airport or railway stations will be provided by JINR on the request of participants.


14. Seminar fee.

The Seminar fee is 200$. It will cover transportation from/to airport/railway station, hotel accommodation, meals and social events.


15. Contact persons.

Contact persons of the Organizing Committee:

savin@sunse.jinr.ru
plekhanov@jinr.ru
natasha@cv.jinr.ru


16. Registration. (Registration form word, html, pdf, ps)

The Seminar registration desk at the Hotel "Dubna" will be open from 4 p.m. till 11 p.m. on the 3th of March to be continued at the International Conference Centre from 10 a.m. on the 4th of March.

All questions including visa procedures are kindly requested to be sent via e-mail, up to the end of January 2002.