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About The Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science

 

The Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science consists of the following four divisions: the Nuclear Science and Transmutation Research Division, the Research Facility Development Division, the Accelerator Applications Research Division, and the Subnuclear System Research Division.

The Nuclear Science and Transmutation Research Division conducts basic research on nuclear atomic
nucleus, the fundamental properties of the universe and nuclear transmutation.
The Research Facility Development Division conducts various research and development using the heavy ion accelerator at RIBF. The Accelerator Applications Research Division conducts applied research using the accelerator and experimental facility at RIBF. The Subnuclear System Research Division carries out experimental research on elementary particles, atomic nucleus, and condensed matter using particle beams of protons, neutrons, and muons, explores the fundamental laws of physics, and conducts theoretical research at the RIKEN BNL Research Center(USA) and the RIKEN Facility Office at RAL (UK).

 

Message from Director
Message from Director
A message from the Director of the Nishina Center  
Organization
Organization
About the organization of the Nishina Center. Organizational chart and related information
History
History
Origin of the Nishina Center, Yoshio Nishina, and the history of accelerators and nuclear physics research
Brochure
Brochure
Nishina Center brochure
Collaboration
Collaboration
Information about collaborations
Evaluation
Evaluation
External Evaluation Report

 

 

 

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