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Status report of the ANTARES project  [PDF]
T. Montaruli,for ANTARES Collaboration
Physics , 2002, DOI: 10.1016/S0920-5632(02)01551-7
Abstract: The ANTARES project aims at the construction of an underwater neutrino telescope at the scale of 0.1 km^2 2400 m deep in the Mediterranean Sea. After a 4-year R&D program, the ANTARES project has entered the construction phase which will be concluded by the end of 2004. The current status of the project is reported.
Status of the apeNEXT project  [PDF]
R. Ammendola,F. Bodin,Ph. Boucaud,N. Cabibbo,F. Di Carlo,R. De Pietri,F. Di Renzo,W. Errico,A. Fucci,M. Guagnelli,H. Kaldass,A. Lonardo,S. de Luca,J. Micheli,V. Morenas,O. Pene,R. Petronzio,F. Palombi,D. Pleiter,N. Paschedag,F. Rapuano,P. De Riso,D. Rossetti,A. Salamon,G. Salina,L. Sartori,F. Schifano,H. Simma,R. Tripiccione,P. Vicini
Physics , 2002, DOI: 10.1016/S0920-5632(03)01755-9
Abstract: We present the current status of the apeNEXT project. Aim of this project is the development of the next generation of APE machines which will provide multi-teraflop computing power. Like previous machines, apeNEXT is based on a custom designed processor, which is specifically optimized for simulating QCD. We discuss the machine design, report on benchmarks, and give an overview on the status of the software development.
The apeNEXT project (Status report)  [PDF]
F. Bodin,Ph. Boucaud,J. Micheli,O. Pene,N. Cabibbo,F. Di Carlo,A. Lonardo,S. de Luca,F. Rapuano,D. Rossetti,P. Vicini,R. De Pietri,F. Di Renzo,H. Kaldass,N. Paschedag,H. Simma,V. Morenas,D. Pleiter,L. Sartori,F. Schifano,R. Tripiccione
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: We present the current status of the apeNEXT project. Aim of this project is the development of the next generation of APE machines which will provide multi-teraflop computing power. Like previous machines, apeNEXT is based on a custom designed processor, which is specifically optimized for simulating QCD. We discuss the machine design, report on benchmarks, and give an overview on the status of the software development.
Status of the OTELO Project  [PDF]
J. Cepa,A. Bongiovanni,A. M. Perez Garcia,E. J. Alfaro,H. O. Castaneda,A. Ederoclite,J. J. Gonzalez,J. I. Gonzalez-Serrano,M. Sanchez-Portal,J. Bland-Hawthorn,D. H. Jones,J. Gallego,J. M. Rodriguez-Espinosa
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: The OTELO project is the extragalactic survey currently under way using the tunable filters of the OSIRIS instrument at the GTC. OTELO is already providing the deepest emission line object survey of the universe up to a redshift 7. In this contribution, the status of the survey and the first results obtained are presented.
Status of the SPP RFQ project  [PDF]
G. Turemen,B. Yasatekin,H. Yildiz,A. Alacakir,G. Unel
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: The SPP project at TAEK will use a 352.2 MHz 4-vane Radio Frequency Quadrupole (RFQ) to accelerate H+ ions from 20 keV to 1.5 MeV. With the design already complete, the project is at the test production phase. To this effect, a so called "cold model" of 50 cm length has been produced to validate the design approach, to perform the low power RF tests and to evaluate possible production errors. This study will report on the current status of the low energy beam transport line (LEBT) and RFQ cavity of the SPP project. It will also discuss the design and manufacturing of the RF power supply and its transmission line. In addition, the test results from some of the LEBT components will be shown and the final RFQ design will be shared.
Status of the NICA project at JINR  [cached]
Sissakian A.,Sorin A.
EPJ Web of Conferences , 2010, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20100702006
Abstract: The status of the new agship Project Nuclotron-based Ion Collider fAcility (NICA) at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, its main parameters, construction details and physics program is reported. The generation of intense heavy ion and polarized light nuclear NICA beams is aimed at searching for the phase transitions, mixed phase and critical phenomena of nuclear matter and investigation of polarization phenomena at the collision energies up to √sNN = 11 GeV.
Status of the BAIKAL neutrino project  [PDF]
G. V. Domogatskii
Physics , 2002,
Abstract: We review the present status of the Baikal Neutrino Project and present results on upward going atmospheric neutrinos, results of a search for high energy extraterrestrial neutrinos as well as preliminary results of searching for acoustic signals from EAS in water. We describe the moderate upgrade of NT-200 planned for next years and discuss a possible detector on the Gigaton scale.
Status of the QCDOC project  [PDF]
P. A. Boyle,D. Chen,N. H. Christ,C. Cristian,Z. Dong,A. Gara,B. Joó,C. Kim,L. Levkova,X. Liao,G. Liu,R. D. Mawhinney,S. Ohta,T. Wettig,A. Yamaguchi
Physics , 2001, DOI: 10.1016/S0920-5632(01)01657-7
Abstract: A status report is given of the QCDOC project, a massively parallel computer optimized for lattice QCD using system-on-a-chip technology. We describe several of the hardware and software features unique to the QCDOC architecture and present performance figures obtained from simulating the current VHDL design of the QCDOC chip with single-cycle accuracy.
Development status of the LAUE project  [PDF]
F. Frontera,E. Virgilli,V. Liccardo,V. Valsan,V. Carassiti,S. Chiozzi,F. Evangelisti,S. Squerzanti,M. Statera,V. Guidi,C. Ferrari,R. A. Zappettini,E. Caroli,N. Auricchio,S. Silvestri,R. Camattari,F. Cassese,L. Recanatesi,M. Pecora,S. Mottini,B. Negri
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1117/12.926378
Abstract: We present the status of LAUE, a project supported by the Italian Space Agency (ASI), and devoted to develop Laue lenses with long focal length (up to 100 meters), for hard X--/soft gamma--ray astronomy (80-600 keV). Thanks to their focusing capability, the design goal is to improve the sensitivity of the current instrumention in the above energy band by 2 orders of magnitude, down to a few times $10^{-8}$ photons/(cm$^2$ s keV).
Status of the PICASSO Project  [PDF]
The PICASSO Collaboration,M. Barnabe-Heider,E. Behnke,J. Behnke,M. Di Marco,P. Doane,W. Feighery,M-H. Genest,R. Gornea,S. Kanagalingam,C. Leroy,L. Lessard,I. Levine,J. P. Martin,C. Mathusi,J. Neurenberg,A. J. Noble,R. Noulty,R. Nymberg,S. N. Shore,U. Wichoski,V. Zacek
Physics , 2003, DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysbps.2004.11.037
Abstract: The Picasso project is a dark matter search experiment based on the superheated droplet technique. Preliminary runs performed at the Picasso Lab in Montreal have showed the suitability of this detection technique to the search for weakly interacting cold dark matter particles. In July 2002, a new phase of the project started. A batch of six 1-liter detectors with an active mass of approximately 40g was installed in a gallery of the SNO observatory in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada at a depth of 6,800 feet (2,070m). We give a status report on the new experimental setup, data analysis, and preliminary limits on spin-dependent neutralino interaction cross section.
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