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  • The Rare Isotope Science Project (RISP) has been implemented to establish the basis for securing the global competitiveness of basic sciences in Korea, to train accelerator experts at home, and to foster outstanding researchers capable of using accelerators through the construction of the heavy-ion accelerator, a massive key research facility of the IBS.
  • With completion of the construction of the heavy-ion accelerator in 2021 as the goal, the detailed design is scheduled to be finished by the first half of 2013, and construction is scheduled to start in 2016 in the Sin-dong district within the central area of the Science Belt.
Rare Isotope Accelerator Location
Rare Isotope Accelerator Conceptual Diagram
Accelerator plan
Bird’s eye view

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