For NSCL Users

18 November 2020

In compliance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services emergency order issued on October 9, the laboratory continues to limit on-site functions. Access to the facility is limited to specially-designated employees, contractors, and scientific users. Access and permitted activities are subject to stringent precautionary measures.

The shutdown of the CCF due to COVID-19 lasted approximately three months. A schedule of experiments was developed for the remaining time before the CCF shutdown and has been published. If you have any questions about the experiment scheduled, please contact Jill Berryman, the Manager for User Relations.

NSCL and FRIB welcome researchers from universities, government labs, and industry who are interested in performing experiments.  There are three ways to obtain beam time at NSCL:

1. Submit a proposal during the Call for Proposal period for review by the Program Advisory Committee (PAC).  A Call for Proposals is issued approximately every 6-12 months.  The majority of beam time granted at NSCL is approved by the PAC.

2. Write a letter to the director for discretionary beam time.  Examples of discretionary experiments include commissioning of new devices and very high impact scientific experiments.

3. Pay for beam time.  Approximately 5% of accelerator time is available for purchase. Contact the Manager for User Relations for this procedure

 

We strive to provide excellent support for every aspect of your experiment — prior to, during, and following your work at our facility. We invite you to contact the Manager for User Relations, with any questions or requests that you might have.


Please review the FRIB/NSCL Code of Conduct