Outline

In recent years, a variety of fundamental scientific research fields have been established due to the production of various high-intensity quantum beams created by accelerators. However, these studies have been carried out independently and not enough effort has been made to share theoretical progresses and technological advances to other research fields. Based on the World-renowned advanced detector technology developed in Japan for space X-ray and gamma-ray observations, we will establish common theoretical frameworks and technological platforms and combine them with exotic quantum beams, namely negative muons, virtual photons and polarized RI beams. This will enable us to perform cooperative works in different research fields and develop novel methods. Furthermore, this will not only contribute to the area of fundamental sciences, but also towards new applications such as non-destructive 3D element analysis and medical applications.

What’s New

2020.10.15 Meeting
26th Project Management Meeting was held on Oct. 15 (web meeting).
2020.09.25–26 Symposium
3rd Symposium on Exploring History with Quantum Beams —Fusion of the Humanities and Sciences through Accelerators— was held.
2020.09.18 Meeting
25th Project Management Meeting was held on Sep. 18 (web meeting).
2020.09.02 Seminar
Quantum Beam Application Research B03 Seminar by Dr. J. Lassen was held online.
2020.09.01 Anncmnt
Web page on the call-for-applications of publicly offered research has been opened.
2020.08.20 Meeting
24th Project Management Meeting was held on Aug. 20 (web meeting).
2020.07.27–28 Workshop
Quantum Beam Application Research Workshop (Second Plenary Meeting) was held online.
2020.07.14 Meeting
23rd Project Management Meeting was held on Jul. 14 (web meeting).
2020.06.16 Meeting
22nd Project Management Meeting was held on Jun. 16 (web meeting).
2020.06.12 Anncmnt
Newsletter Vol. 2 has been available (Japanese text only).

Upcoming Activities

2020.11.10 Meeting
27th Project Management Meeting will be held on Nov. 10 at 16:00 (web meeting).
2020.12.02–05 School
“The International School for Strangeness Nuclear Physics 2020 (SNP School 2020)” will be held.

Planned Research

  • A01
    Precision measurements in atomic and molecular physics using a negative muon beam and its application to observations in astrophysics

  • A02
    Investigation of deep inside of nuclei and neutron stars with high energy photons

  • B01
    Development of a new non-destructive 3D elemental analysis method using negative muon beam

  • B02
    Basic research of in-flight muon catalyzed fusion in the Mach shock wave interference region

  • B03
    Highly spin-polarized RI beam and the application to nuclear and condensed-matter physics

  • C01
    Novel and interdisciplinary application of hard X-ray and gamma-ray detectors

  • C02
    Advanced negative muon beam development