Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology

Raja Ramanna Centre For Advanced Technology

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The Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology is a unit of Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India, engaged in R&D in non-nuclear front-line research areas of Lasers, Particle Accelerators and related technologies.

RRCAT has developed linear accelerators going by the name of "INDUS" . INDUS-2 can accelerate electrons to 2.5 Gev. RRCAT also provide training to young scientists at BARC Training School located in its campus who later join several DAE units like BARC Mumbai, IGCAR Kalpakkam, VECC Kolkata and RRCAT itself as Scientific Officers.

RRCAT has also been actively involved in providing scientific and material assistance to the CERN sponsoredLarge Hadron Collider.

Originally called the Centre for Advanced Technology, it was renamed in January 2006 as Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology.

A RRCAT unit is at Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

References

http://www.rrcat.gov.in/

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