18-21 January 2011
SLAC
America/Los_Angeles timezone
2nd Baseline Assessment Workshop on 'Reduced Beam Parameter set’ and ‘Positron Source Location’ Dates: January 18-21, 2011 (Tuesday to Friday) Place: SLAC
Starts Jan 18, 2011 08:00
Ends Jan 21, 2011 18:00
America/Los_Angeles
SLAC
ROB (Research Office Building #48)
2nd Baseline Assessment Workshop on 'Reduced Beam Parameter set’ and ‘Positron Source Location’ Subjects: 1. 'Reduced Beam Parameter set’ and 2. ‘Positron Source Location’ Objectives and Goals: - Assessment of technical implication, proposed in SB2009, - Impact across system interfaces, cost, and schedule - Consensus to be discussed with the GDE and Physics/Detector collaborators, - Preparation for recommendations to the Top Level Change Control (TLCC) evaluation panel (chaired by GDE Director), Spirit of the workshop: - Face to face meetings, - Open to all stakeholders, - Plenary sessions and discussions, ----------------------------- More Details as follows: Participants to the workshop; - Open for everybody, - Key participants mandatory requested: - GDE PMs (Chair) - GDE ADI team / TAG leaders - Physics/Detector Representatives - External experts (invited, TBD). Daily Agenda: January 18: Reduced Beam Parameter set, focusing on parameters, running scenarios and development plans January 19: Reduced Beam Parameter set focusing on cost and performance projections and potential upgrade paths and summary/recommendation, January 20: Positron Source Location, focusing on running scenarios and technical issues January 21: Positron Source Location, focusing on cost and performance projections and summary/recommendation. Subjects of discussions expected: 1. Reduced Beam Parameter set • Global Parameters • Pulse length, n_b, power and cryogenic consumption • AS impact – sources, damping rings and BDS • Upgrade paths • R & D strategies • Cost impact – key cost items • Performance impact – luminosity performance and impact on physics 2. Positron Source Location • Running Scenarios – key aspects and luminosity as a function of energy • Technical parameters – operational issues as a function of energy • Variable repetition rate issues – power and cryogenic consumption; sources and damping ring performance • Cost impact – key cost items • Performance impact – luminosity performance and impact on physics