UCANS-VII - 7th. International Meeting of Union for Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources
Date 11. March 2018 - 15. March 2018
Bariloche, Río Negro, ArgentinaDescription
Advances in science and technology in the field of neutron science have been dominated by a fruitful combination of major international facilities supported by networks of smaller regional facilities. Recent advances in accelerator technology and neutronic design have made it possible to construct small-scale accelerator-driven neutron facilities that would be able to play a significant role in neutron technology and science. The neutron applications using compact accelerator driven neutron sources are now becoming more and more important since it can cover various fields such as material science, engineering, nuclear physics, cancer therapy, soft error, cultural heritage and so on, and therefore they would play a more significant role in the future.
The Union for Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources (UCANS, http://ucans.org/index.html) was formed in 2010 to support the ongoing development of small accelerator based neutron sources around the world. Since then, fruitful meetings were held in Beijing (China) 2011, Bloomington (U.S.A) 2012, Bilbao (Spain) 2013, Sapporo (Japan) 2014, Legnaro (Italy) 2015, and Xi´an (China) 2016.
UCANS-VII, the 7th. International Meeting of the Union for Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources, will be held in San Carlos de Bariloche (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bariloche), Province of Rio Negro, Argentina. The dates are March 11 – 15, 2018, and the venue is Hotel Amancay (http://www.hotelamancay.com/) located in the beautiful LLao-Llao area, at 25 Km from downtown Bariloche.
- Accelerators and beam optics,
- Target radiation damage and heat removal,
- Moderator neutronics,
- Optical devices,
- Neutron detection,
- CANS Projects and Innovative instrumentation,
- Material characterization.
- Other applications of CANS,
- Nuclear Astrophysics and Nuclear Data,
- Medical applications,
- Computer simulations and data-analysis software,
Neutron Physics Department, Nuclear Engineering, CAB, CNEAContact Name
Rolando GranadaE-Mail URL Back to previous page