Materials Research, Neutron Physics
The Indiana University Integrated Science and Accelerator Technology Hall (ISAT Hall) is a multi-purpose laboratory that conducts basic research in nuclear physics, nuclear chemistry, accelerator physics, condensed matter and the life sciences. Researchers associated with ISAT Hall also use the accelerators and particle beams to investigate radiation effects and imaging techniques such as neutron radiography. Research and development projects include medical device development, detector and diagnostic design, and the production of oversized equipment for large scale physics experiments. Scientists and students from around the world take part in educational research projects at ISAT Hall. This page is the gateway to detailed information about the many facets of ISAT Hall.
Defining the physics of producing and handling beams of sub-atomic particles
Biomedical and Life Sciences
Harnessing the power of radiation for research in biology and medicine
Imaging, modeling and manipulating macromolecules
Using neutrons to explore the molecular structure of proteins, crystals, surfaces,
and much more
Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Chemistry
Probing matter and forces at the sub-atomic scale
Nuclear Theory Center
Researching the structure and dynamics of atomic nuclei and high-density matter
- National Science Foundation Nuclear Physics Annual Reports 2001 and later
- The 1996 and earlier ISAT Hall Annual Reports are available through the IU Scholarworks database.