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• Role of damping rings
• High-level overview of structure, and principles of operation
• Review of basic linear beam dynamics
• Damping ring lattice
• Radiation damping (derivation of damping times, and the need for a
damping wiggler in LC damping rings)
• Quantum excitation and equilibrium beam emittances
• Beam-beam interaction and crossing angle
• Accelerator-detector interface, shielding and beam dump
• Background and detector protection
• Beam monitoring and control at final focus
• Luminosity optimization
Special lecture – How the Fermilab accelerator complex works1h
Site Tour6h 30m
Students will be divided into 6 groups. Each group has ~9 students and will receive ~50 minutes hands-on training in the Main Control Room. The instructors are Bob Mau (Fermilab) and his colleagues. Students will have lunch at Fermilab and visit several sites, including the linac gallery, Wilson Hall, Industrial Buildings, CDF or D0, and the superconducting RF facilities.
While the final lecture is being prepared, you can find here already my lecture from the previous ILC school. It is shorter in length but contains the most relevant information about the topics that I will cover.
Room temperature RF & CLIC II
Lecture 8b – Room temperature RF & CLIC II3h
• CLIC layout
• Cavity fabrication and tuning
• HOM out-coupling
• Thermal stability
• Driver beam stability
• Power coupling
• Alignment issues
• CLIC design & technical challenges