41) Uppsala Universitet

41) Uppsala Universitet

The Uppsala University operates the Svedberg Laboratory providing proton beams and a white neutron beam up to 180 MeV plus a unique mono-energetic neutron beam in the energy range 10-180 MeV. The Uppsala group has been very actively involved in experiments at CERN, Uppsala-TSL and Jülich. Its experience covers many aspects of calorimeters, including radiation damage studies, electronic signal digitization, readout systems and data analysis. UU is the main institution behind the WASA detector and the pellet target was originally developed here.

UU has specific roles in JRA3-PrecisionSM and JRA11-CRYOJET.

UU has the responsibility of JRA3-PrecisionSM (Mikhail Gorshteyn, Andrzej Kupsc).

EC funds in JRA3-PrecisionSM and JRA11-CRYOJET.



30 October 2019


  This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824093
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