Enhanced Remote Control Capabilities at the Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory

Ovidiu F Toader

Abstract


The Tandem accelerator in the Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory (MIBL) at the University of Michigan has the capability of conducting high current irradiation damage studies using protons as the incident particle. In the last several years, researchers and groups of researchers outside of the university have been requesting time in the facility to conduct irradiations. One solution to the outside user problem is to develop enhanced remote control of the irradiations that is deployed in the labâ??s watch room and with the lab staff at an off-campus location. In this way, the irradiation can be run day and night and in a mode such that there is always one lab staff member that has access to full control of the experiment parameters.

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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