APPA Physics - Atomic, Plasma Physics and Applications



APPA is an umbrella for several collaborations working on Atomic Physics, Plasma and Applied sciences. Common for all collaborations is that they share installations and experimental techniques, despite quite diverse research fields.

The following collaborations are organized within APPA:

  • BIOMAT - Biology and Material Science 
  • FLAIR - Facility for Low-Energy Antiproton and Heavy Ion Research
  • HEDgeHOB - High Energy Density Matter generated by Heavy Ion Beams
  • SPARC - Stored Particles Atomic Research Collaboration
  • WDM - Warm Dense Matter

Scientific and development programms within APPA:

  • APPA R&D (BMBF-Verbundforschung for period 2015-2018)

APPA is a part of the Helmholtz-programme "From Matter to Materials and Life".

Overview of APPA experimental areas at FAIR
CRYRING@ESR

16.12.2016

Substantial progress has been made in the construction of the CRYRING ion storage ring. During this year, all of the ring’s segments have been installed and aligned, and all of the magnets are now in their final positions and...

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29.01.2017

The 37th International Workshop on High Energy Density Physics with Intense Ion and Laser Beams (PHEDM) will take place at Hirschegg, Austria from Jan. 29th to Feb. 03, 2017.

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