Daily diary

Sunday, December 27, 2009

If LHC fail to prove, what would be next for the physics?

If LHC measurment results do not approve the already available standard model in physics, then what would be the future of physics?
Is there any replacement for this theory? Does really the available way of thinking in physics come to its end? May be we need some new theories toward the univers model and its scientific explanation. think out of the box ...

Monday, November 30, 2009

Soleil Visit

Within one of the comming months i would be at Soleil Synchrotron to finalize the designs for the Booster and Storage ring of SESAME. Alreay Soleil colleagues have helped us alot in different parts of the project. Particularly in this trip i would be discussing with Beam Diagnostics Group at Soleil different aspects of our strategy for the Diagnostics of the accelerator during commissioning and normal operation.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Microtron Commisioning

Tonight at 00:36 AM we could get the first successful commisioning of the microtron. This was one of my happy times was surprising for me. Almost after three nights we could succeed to extract the beam from this touchi microtron.... infact also this was my first succesful commisioning of an electron accelerator.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Berliner Elektronenspeicherring - Gesellschaft für Synchrotronstrahlung m.b.H.

BESSY last week has sent some module for the microtron trim coils local controllers free of charge to SESAME. This was a move to support once again this project while the whole injector, microtron and booster (valued about 25 MUS$) already was a gift from that giant facility in Berlin. A pulsed power supply also has been recieved from Soleil-synchrotron in Paris on May 2008, together with many beam lines equipments form Stanford, SLAC.

Monday, November 24, 2008


SESAME (Synchrotron-Light for Experimental Sciences and Applications in the Middle East) inagurated on the 3th of november 2008 with the presence of UNESCO general director, Koichiro Matsura, and the embassadors of member states. We were preparing till the last minute the microtron and its subsystems in order to be ready for operation on the day, but due to some reasons, it was not possible to do it...
SESAME is a modification of the bessyI machince which was working already till 1997 in Berlin, Germany. In fact SESAME is a generous gift of Germany to the middle East to promote scientific cooperation and peace in that region. After the proposal of Guss Voss of DESY and Herman Winick of SLAC, German government gifted the whole injection system and booster to the middle East scientific community free of charge, it costed at that time about 25 M$..

Friday, September 12, 2008


LHC tests are started at CERN on wednesday 10th of spetember. I think many accelerator colleagues and physics comunity all around the world are waiting for the experiments resulta comming out in the next months...
Apart form all the excitement of the scientific comunity around this big universal event, but seems there has been some oppositions in the US and even in Europe concerning the start up of this great experiment at CERN....

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Synchrotron Workshop

in the last week workshop on the synchrotron radiation users meeting, when i was talking with one of my Iranian physicists concerning the situation for a scientific project, he noted me a nice proverb with this meaning: " Mice escape before the ship sink".
so when you see the mice are escaping from the ship you should also escape :-))