Dr. Hadil Abualrob

Dr. Hadil Abualrob

Faculty Member- Physics
An-Najah National University & Synchrotron SOLEIL

Department: Physics

Faculty: Science

Specialization: Accelerator Physics

Host French partner: Synchrotron SOLEIL

Host Department: Magnetic Insertion Group

French Partner: Charles Kitegi

Research Domain: Magnetic measurement, magnets for accelerators

Research Project Title: Construction of a generic magnetic measurement bench at SOLEIL

Research Project Purpose: Precise magnetic measurements are essential for the developments of accelerators. The Magnetism and Insertion Device group at SOLEIL has developed several measurement benches based on rotating coils or stretched wire, in use both internally of by external group for magnet and undulator (creating a period permanent magnet field) characterization. Although the same Maxwell equations apply to Insertion devices and accelerator magnets, these two engineering fields parted in different ways. The objective of the project is to develop a stretched wire bench unifying these two fields, providing to the engineers a unique platform to measure Insertion devices or accelerator magnets.

Main outputs/results: construction of the stretched wire bench, measurement automation and date analysis

Expected future impact: establish the first accelerator physics group in Palestine, students training and enrollment in the domain

Future Plan: establish the first accelerator physics group, students training and enrollment in the domain

Main Impact: spread the accelerator physics/synchrotron radiation knowledge through co-taught courses and seminars, students training and enrollment in the domain

Sharing lectures: accelerator physics course

Sharing Conferences: Second International Workshop on Synchrotron Radiation and Applications-SESAME in Palestine, March 31st-April 1st 2019, An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine.

Publications: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1806.09354.pdf

kind of sustainable cooperation after the visit with Palestinian researchers and/ or French researchers: First Al-Maqdisi funding obtained in 2017, Second Al-Maqdisi funding obtained n 2020