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Tasks and Responsibilities


The two large spectrometer magnets are built by seven groups from universities and research institutes in Germany, Italy, Russia, Poland and the UK. The institutions and their abbreviations are listed in Table 1.

Table 1: Table of abbreviations and institutions responsible for the design and construction of the magnets at PANDA.
Abr. Institution
CUT Cracow University of Technology,
  Kraków, Poland
FZJ Forschungszentrum Jülich,
  Jülich, Germany
Gla University of Glasgow,
  Glasgow, United Kingdom
GSI Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung,
  Darmstadt, Germany
INFN INFN, Sezione di Genova,
  Genova, Italy
JINR Joint Institute for Nuclear Research,
  Dubna, Russia
UJ Jagiellonian University,
  Kraków, Poland


List of Workpackages

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Five distinct primary work packages have been identified. These comprise the design and construction of the following items.

  1. The coil and cryostat of the Target Spectrometer. The overall responsibility is taken by INFN, Genoa.
  2. The flux return yoke of the Target Spectrometer, which serves simultaneously as multi-layer absorber for a large-angle muon detection system. The overall responsibility is taken by JINR, Dubna.
  3. The large-aperture dipole magnet for the Forward Spectrometer. The overall responsibility is taken by the University of Glasgow.
  4. The support structures and detector mountings for all of the Forward Spectrometer. The overall responsibility is taken jointly by the Jagiellonian University, Cracow (UJ) and the Cracow University of Technology (CUT)
  5. The railing systems and movement of the whole Target Spectrometer and the platform with the Forward Spectrometer detectors. The overall responsibility is taken jointly by the Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung, Darmstadt (GSI) and Cracow University of Technology (CUT).
The responsibility for the detector mountings inside the Target Spectrometer remains with the individual detector groups, while the magnet group will provide only mounting points. A detailed list of work packages has been worked out, and responsibilities have been identified, which have been approved by all groups. These are listed in Table 2, where the responsible institutions are listed by their abbreviations specified in Tablee 1. Where responsibilities are shared the main responsible is given first and the secondary is indicated in brackets. The main responsible institution will always supervise the work package and take responsibility for a timely and full completion.

Table 2: Table of work packages listing the individual work packages and the responsible institutions by the abbreviations as listed in Table 1. The institutions listed in brackets are responsible for a specific part of the WP but the overall responsibility is taken by the leading institution.
Task Responsible
Instrumented Flux Return
  Design, documentation, tender, supervision of construction JINR
  Material procurement, manufacturing, assembly and transport preparation JINR
  Assembly and tests at company JINR
  Transport to FAIR JINR
  Interface for muon system JINR
Coil & Cryostat
  Cold mass cooling circuit design INFN
  Selection of cable INFN
  Mandrel and winding (spacers, connectors...) design INFN
  Mechanical suspension of the cold mass in the cryostat INFN
  Design of intermediate temperature shields INFN
  Feed lines and turret INFN(FZJ)
  Coil Protection system INFN
  Coil diagnostic and DAQ INFN(GSI)
  Tender and procurement INFN
  Follow-up of the cable procurement & tests INFN
  Follow-up of the coil construction INFN
  Follow-up of the cryostat construction INFN
  Follow-up of the cryogenic turret feed lines INFN
  Coil, cryostat, turret final assembly at manufacturer site INFN
  Cryogenic and electric tests at company INFN
  Transport to FAIR INFN
Dipole Magnet
  Final dipole design Gla
  Procurement and quality assurance (no assembly) Gla
  Dipole slow control Gla
Detector Support Structures
  Platform for the FS detectors CUT
  Supports in the dipole magnet gap CUT
  Wire chamber supports of the FS UJ
  Absorber system for muon filtering between TS and FS CUT
Magnet Support Structures
  Rail system and moving of solenoid GSI(CUT)
  Solenoid support structure JINR
  Dipole support structure Gla
Assembly and Commissioning at FAIR
  Assembly of yoke and support structures JINR
  Installation of cryostat and supply lines INFN (JINR)
  Assembly of dipole magent and power supply Gla
  Alignment of magnets GSI (FZJ)
  Commissioning of solenoid INFN (JINR)
  Commissioning of dipole Gla
  Field mapping for both magnets GSI
  Assembly of detector supports in the FS CUT(UJ)
  • Coil
    • cryostat
    • mechanical design
    • cable
  • Yoke
    • magnetic design
    • mechanical design
    • muon system
  • Cryogenic system
    • inside cryostat
    • outside: dewar, valves, lines, ...
    • slow control
  • Assembly & maintenance
    • first time assembly
    • mounting and access to detectors
    • movement of system as a whole


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