Missions of the laboratory

 
  • EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL RESEARCH ON NUCLEAR, PARTICLE AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS.
  • REALTED INSTRUMENTATION DEVELOPMENT
  • APPLICATIONS ON MEDICAL PHYSICS AS WELL AS ANY OTHER FIELD OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.
         

ACTIONS

Fundamental Research:

• Experimental Particle Physics with Accelerators
• Experimental Astroparticle Physics
• Experimental Neutrino Physics
• Particle Physics Phenomenology
• High-Energy Theoretical physics
• Mathematical Physics
• Many-Body and Nuclear Theoretical Physics
• QCD and Strong Interaction Theoretical Physics
• Astroparticle and Cosmology Theoretical Physics

Applied Research:

• GRID and e-Science computing
• Medical Physics
• Accelerator Development
• BIG data applications

Innovation activities:

• Development of Advance Electronics for Measurement and Applications
• Development of instrumentation
• Development of advanced semiconductor detectors based on Silicon and Germanium
• Development and construction of detectors based on scintillator materials
• Development of instrumentation for medical imaging and image science
• Accelerator Design
• BIG Data management

Technology Transfer:

• Patents In the area of medical devices:
– WO2014020202A1 (Device and method for obtaining densitometric images of objects by combination of X-ray systems and depth sensing cameras)
– PCT/ES2016/070216 (Device to extract 3D information from X-ray images and details of its calibration protocol)
• Licensing:
– In collaboration with the company ALIBAVA SYSTEMS, S.L. (spin-off of CSIC) and CNM-IMB, a system to teach students the
principles of operation of silicon detectors, the Alibava Educational System (EASY), License KNOW HOW 20160150.
– BIG data Management of electricity losses for distribution companies.
• Technologies to be transferred
– Development and implementation of a novel gamma-ray imaging spectrometer for low- and medium-level radioactive waste
management
• Valorization/selling (to other labs or to industry) of products developed for our physics:
– Development and production of an FADC mezzanine 14 bits/250 Ms/s for Highresolution Spectroscopy measurements in the field on Nuclear Physics

KEY DATA (2016)

• Staff: Scientific Staff: 182, Postdoctoral researchers: 41, PhD Students: 63

• Scientific Production (2015): 400 articles in indexed journals, 12 PhD theses with IFIC supervisors

342 presentations at international Conferences

– Development of the Control Card EDA-02482 used by 2 projects in several European Laboratories

 

Services:

• Training courses
• Workshops
• Expertises
3D image reconstruction
of isotope distribution in
Nuclear waste containers.
The cuts represent characteristic transitions for different isotopes.
Rozwiń

Dr. Francisco Javier Albiol Colomer
Mail: Kiko.Albiol@ific.uv.es

Contact:

Instituto de Física Corpuscular, CSIC-University of Valencia
Parc Científi c de la Universitat de València
C/ Catedrático José Beltrán, 2
E-46980 Paterna-Valencia - Spain