The ISOLDE Collaboration Committee
The ISOLDE Collaboration Committee (ISCC) has 17 members: one for each of the member states Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom; one for CERN and 6 ex-officio members. They are listed in the table below.
|D. Naidoo||South Africa|
|N. van der Meulen||Switzerland|
|L. Gaffney||United Kingdom|
|M. Pfutzner||Chairperson of the INTC|
|S. Freeman||ISOLDE Physics Group Leader & Spokesperson of the ISCC|
|G. Neyens||Chairperson of the ISCC|
|J. Vollaire||Technical Co-ordinator|
|E. Siesling||ISOLDE Deputy Technical Co-ordinator (with special responsibility for HIE-ISOLDE)|
|K. Johnston||Physics Co-ordinator|
|A. Rodriguez||ISOLDE Operations Section Leader|
The agenda of the next ISCC meeting, which will be held at CERN in spring 2023 and previous meetings can be found here.
Minutes of ISCC meetings and presentations given at the committee meetings can be found here.
ISOLDE and Neutron Time-of-Flight Experiments Committee
The INTC -established in August 1999- takes over the duties of evaluating proposals for experiments on the ISOLDE facility that was formerly in the hands of the ISC. In addition it reviews the experiments proposed for the n_TOF facility. The INTC works on a basis of three meetings per year.
The committee's conclusions and recommendations are transmitted to the Research Board by the Chairman which takes final decisions in particular on approval of experiments.
A list of committee members can be found here.
See the INTC website for calendar, documents, minutes of meetings and how to submit proposals. The TAC template can be found at the bottom of this page.
Technical Evaluation Committee
Information about that committee
Group for the Upgrade of ISOLDE (GUI)
The group for the upgrade of ISOLDE, GUI, collects information and discusses necessary actions for the upgrade of the ISOLDE facility. The committee meets twice a year. The priorities for Target and Ion source R&D are discussed in the September meeting. More information can be found here.