CBM Experiment Local and Global Implications

Ryszard Romaniuk , Wojciech Zabołotny


The research area of the compressed baryonic matter - CBM experiment (FAIR/GSI in Darmstadt) is subnuclear physics, thus hadron-baryon and quark-gluon, and the essence of phase transitions in the area of hot nuclear matter, and dense strongly interacting matter. Our interest in this paper are mainly considerations on the impact of such large infrastructural experiments and possibilities they give to local, smaller but very active, university based research groups and communities. Research and technical input from such groups is depicted on the background of the CBM detector infrastructure and electronic instrumentation just under design and test fabrication for this experiment. An essential input to this research originates from Poland via the agreed in-kind contribution. The areas of expertise of these groups are: superconductivity, structural large scale cabling, precision machined parts, RF and microwave technology, analog and advanced digital electronics, distributed measurement and control systems, etc.
Author Ryszard Romaniuk (FEIT / PE)
Ryszard Romaniuk,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
, Wojciech Zabołotny (FEIT / PE)
Wojciech Zabołotny,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
Journal seriesInternational Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications, [do 2009: Electronics and Telecommunications Quarterly], ISSN 2081-8491, e-ISSN 2300-1933, [0867-6747]
Issue year2016
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in EnglishCBM experiment, compressed baryonic matter, advanced electronic systems, measurement systems, DAQ systems, FAIR, GSI, European large research infrastructures
ASJC Classification2208 Electrical and Electronic Engineering; 1705 Computer Networks and Communications
Languageen angielski
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Publication indicators WoS Citations = 0; Scopus Citations = 1; GS Citations = 3.0; Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2016 = 0.487
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