Technical Design of Turkish Accelerator Center (TAC) and Test Laboratories
Reports on TAC Facilities, Strategy and Project Catalog (All reports except "TARLA Facility Design Report" are in Turkish) click.
Manager: Prof. Dr. Omer Yavas
TAC Collaboration: Ankara (coordinator), İstanbul, Boğaziçi, Gazi, Gebze Teknik, Doğuş, Uludağ, Dumlupınar, Erciyes, Osmangazi, Niğde and Süleyman Demirel Universites.
Project Team: 156 researchers (78 graduated students, 78 post doctoral)
Project Period: 2006-2015
Subject and Importance: TAC started to be developed in 2006 with the aim of conducting research and applications in the field of particle accelerators, developing national and international cooperation, and improving the R&D infrastructure in the country.
TAEA (Turkish Atomic Energy Agency) Projects
Beam Dynamic and Beam-Beam Interaction Studies within CERN CLIC Electron-Positron Collider
For CLIC Project homepage click.
Manager: Prof. Dr. Omer Yavas
Project Team: Asst. Prof. Dr. Avni Aksoy, Dr. Ozlem Karslı, Engineer Burak Koç, Dr. Bora Ketenoğlu, Physics Engineer Hande Mirza (Ankara Uni.), Prof. Dr. Suat Özkorucuklu (Istanbul Uni.), Prof. Dr. İlhan Tapan, Asst. Prof. Dr. Ercan Pilicer, PhD student Ayşegül Uşun (Uludag Uni.), Prof. Dr. Haluk Denizli, Research Asst. Ali Yılmaz (Abant Izzet Baysal Uni.), Asst. Prof. Dr. Zafer Nergiz (Nigde Uni.), Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Dogan (Baskent Uni.), Research Asst. Mert Sekerci (S. Demirel Uni.).
Project Period: 24.05.2013-24.05.2017 (4 years)
Subject and Importance: The CERN CLIC electron-positron collider with TeV energetic mass center energy is the world's largest linear collider project, planned to be aired in the 2020s and the technical design work of the plant was carried out between 2013-2017. The purpose of the project is the participation of Turkish scientists in the CLIC project, which is carried out with international collaboration, to contribute to the CLIC project in terms of bunch dynamics and bunch-beam interactions, which are very important in representation of our country and accelerator design and to carry out information and experience transfer for national accelerator projects.
AB FP-7 Projects
Coordinated Access to Light Sources to Promote Standards and Optimizaton (CALIPSO)
( www.wayforlight.eu )
European Research Centers as Project Members: ELETTRA (Italy), ALBA (Spain), AU (Denmark), CNRS (France), DESY (Germany), DIAMOND (UK), EMBL (Germany), ESRF (France), HZDR (Germany), KIT (Germany), INFN (Italy), MAX IV (Sweeden), PSI-SLS (Switzerland), RU (The Netherlands), DOLARIS (Poland), SOLEIL (France), STFC (UK), TAC-TARLA (Turkey), XFEL (Germany)
Coordination Center: ELETTRA (Trieste, Italy)
Local Coordinators: Prof. Dr. Omer Yavas, Prof. Dr. Pervin Arıkan
Project Period: 2013-2015 (3 year)
Subject and Importance: Free Electron Laser and Bremsstrahlung Radiation Facility (TARLA) based on Electron Accelerator, which is established in Ankara University with the support of the Ministry of Development and with the cooperation of universities, which provides training and research support to the project team and facility users, also provides technical and scientific cooperation between the light source centers.
1.Ay'ın Mineralojik, Petrolojik Ve Kimyasal Yapılarının Ay Meteoritleri Aracılığı İle Belirlenmesi (118F450)
Project Period: 2019-2020
Subject and Importance:In this project, molecular and petrological structures existing in lunar meteorite (NWA 11474) are examined with very sensitive high-resolution analytical techniques for the first time.
**In these projects TARLA is serving as research infrastructure and project member.