CASA Seminar

Wednesday, June 5, 2002, 10:00 AM
Cebaf Center, Room L102/104
Note different date and room!!!

Future Directions of Muon Science - Fusion Energy, Life Science and Disasters Prevention

Kanetada Nagamine
Meson Science Laboratory/KEK

Muons, because of unique features of “heavy” electrons, radioactive polarized light “protons” and heavy electromagnetic particles can contribute to promotion of cyclic fusion reaction, sensitive microscopic magnetic probe, and radiography for km-size substance so that new atomic energy, new functional biophysics and prevention of nature disasters can be realized. Present activities and future directions will be presented. There, new developments in beam production as well as accelerator design will be suggested.

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(Coffee & Cookies before the seminar starting 9:30 AM)