July 11, 2012
|J-PARC Open House
- Sunday 29 July 2012 -
| As a special summer event, the Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (J-PARC) is pleased to announce our Open House to be held on Sunday, 29 July 2012.
Anyone and everyone is welcome to come to J-PARC on the 29th of July to see the world-leading facility and learn about the science underway there.
The Open House is a great opportunity to learn about J-PARC and experience firsthand the infrastructure and facilities that put J-PARC at the leading edge of human endeavor.
Come along and see the underground accelerator complex that has put Japan at the forefront of science: the awe-inspiring Materials and Life Science Experimental Facility that uses neutron and muon beams to probe the basic structure and properties of matter and the Hadron and Neutrino Experimental Facilities where multinational cutting-edge experiments in elementary particle physics are carried out.
Visitors are also invited to join in a hands-on science lab where some of JAEA's scientists will guide and instruct you in some of the basic elements of physics, chemistry and materials science. The science labs will be held at the Ibaraki Science Museum of Atomic Energy.
We look forward to welcoming you to J-PARC!
■ When: 9:30 - 16:30 on 29 July (Sun) 2012
■ Where: J-PARC, Nuclear Science Research Institute (NSRI),
Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tokai, Ibaraki
■ Admission is FREE!
■ Please note that last admission will be at 15:30.
■ How to take part
Please come to the J-PARC Open House Reception Desk at the East Exit of
JR Tokai Station by 15:20 on the 29th or come directly to the Ibaraki Quantum
Beam Research Center (IQBRC) located on Rt. 245 by 15:30.
A shuttle bus will be operated every 15 minutes from Tokai Station and every 5
minutes from IQBRC to J-PARC.
You will not be able to access the JAEA/J-PARC site by private vehicle. If
coming by car, please park in the designated parking areas around
IQBRC where our helpful staff will assist you.
■ More information?
Call the J-PARC Center English hotline on 029-284-3109
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