An entire irradiation week dedicated to RADSAGA was recently hosted at the CHARM (CERN Highly-AcceleRated Mixed field facility) at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland from July 18th to 25th. The test campaign featured the participation of 5 ESRs: Daniel Söderström (ESR2), Vanessa Wyrwoll (ESR4), Kimmo Niskanen (ESR7), Tomasz Rajkowski (ESR12) and Andrea Coronetti (ESR15).
Radsaga News & Events
The very first RADSAGA test campaign was held at GANIL (Grand Accelerateur National des Ions Lourdes), in Caen, France from July 4th to 6th. The test campaign featured the participation of 4 ESRs: Vanessa Wyrwoll (ESR4), Kimmo Niskanen (ESR7), Tomasz Rajkowski (ESR12) and Andrea Coronetti (ESR15) with the extraordinary guest appearance of RADSAGA manager Rubén Garcìa Alìa.
The Saint-Etienne Summer School is the third training event of 2018 which will gather all the ESR students in the RADSAGA training network and will take place from September 10th to September 14th 2018 at the University Jean Monnet in Saint-Etienne, France. Summer school agenda is available here and in the table below.
The Jyväskylä Summer School will be the second training event of 2018 which will gather all the ESR students in the RADSAGA training network and will take place from August 6th to August 10th 2018 at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. General information on Summer School can be found here.
The RADSAGA CERN Workshop focused on radiation effects qualification standards and approaches was held in Geneva, Switzerland on March 19th-23rd, 2018.
The workshop agenda and contributions are available here.
Neutron spectrum measurements at CHARM/CSBF facility
Speaker: Toshiya Sanami
Friday 6th October, 16:00-16:45, CERN Council Chamber (6-2-024)
The RADSAGA initial training event will take place in Geneva (Switzerland) during the RADECS 2017 conference, to be held on October 2-6, 2017.
The RADSAGA kick-off meeting took place at CERN on April 27th, 2017. All 23 partners were present and paved the way to future progress in the understanding radiation effects on electronics.