Experiment Program



About 3000 scientists from around the world will carry out experiments to understand the fundamental structure of matter, to explore exotic forms of it and to find final answers of how the universe evolved from its primordial state into what we see today.

FAIR allows to carry out several physics programs in parallel, covering four major fields:

  

  • 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) - external link
  • WDM (Warm Dense Matter) collaboration

  

  

  • DESPEC/HISPEC (Decay Spectroscopy/High-Resolution Spectroscopy)
  • ELISe (Electron-Ion Scattering in a Storage Ring)
  • EXL (Exotic nuclei studied in light-ion induced reactions at the NESR storage ring) experiment
  • ILIMA (Isomeric Beams, Lifetimes and Masses)
  • LaSpec (Laser Spectroscopy)
  • MATS (Precision Measurements of very short-lived nuclei with Advanced Trapping System)
  • R3B (Reactions with Relativistic Radioactive Beams)
  • SuperFRS (Super Fragment Separator) project

  


 


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The FAIR complex

 

 

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Computer simulation of the collision of two uranium nuclei at maximum energy provided by the new facility.

 

 

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The PANDA detector

 

 

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The CBM detector
 
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