The LC-ABD Collaboration

 

 

The International Linear Collider

ICFA

STFC

EuroTeV

The Cockcroft Institute

The John Adams Institute

 

Previous meetings

Liverpool, 24th September 2007 (talks)

RHUL, 12th April 2007 (talks)

Durham, 25th September 2006

Manchester, April 24th 2006 (talks)

Cambridge, July 7th 2005

RAL, December 20th 2004

 

EPAC and PAC contributions

PAC 2007

EPAC 2006

PAC 2005

 

The LC-ABD (Linear Collider: Accelerator and Beam Delivery) consortium is a group of UK institutes aiming to develop new techniques for the control of intense relativistic particle beams at the nanometre level of precision. This includes beam measurement, RF system development, positron sources, damping rings, linac and beam dump.

The contributions made by LC-ABD to the PAC and EPAC conferences can be found on the left sidebar, along with the presentations made at our recent collaboration meetings.

Our last meeting was on the 17th April at the University of Birmingham. The meeting agenda and talks can be found here.

The participating institutes

Abertay

STFC

Birmingham

 Developing collimation systems (short-range transverse wakefields, material damage and overall engineering design)

Cambridge

Designing energy spectrometer using cavity beam position monitors

IPPP, Durham

Dundee

Lancaster

Liverpool

Univ. of Manchester

Beam dynamics in the interaction region and extraction line, collimators and wakefields

Oxford

RHUL

UCL

Designing energy spectrometer using cavity beam position monitors

Please contact our spokespeople Phil Burrows and Grahame Blair for more information.

This page is maintained by Rob Appleby (email: robert.appleby at manchester.ac.uk) and was last updated on 22/04/08

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                          

 

 


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