Accelerator physics for intense ion beams
Physikzentrum Bad Honnef
kindly supported by the Wilhelm und Else Heraeus Stiftung
Focus and aims of the 517. WE-Heraeus-Seminar:
- Expected beam intensity limits in proton and heavy-ion accelerators
- Main challenges (in terms of accelerator physics and technology) for the expansion of existing facilities (such as LHC) and for those in the planning stage (such as FAIR and ESS).
- Current and future applications for high-intensity ion accelerators
- Alternative types of acceleration, such as laser acceleration
- Opportunities and limitations of the computer modeling of intensive ion beams.
The Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation is a private foundation which supports scientific research and education with emphasis on physics. The foundation established in 1963 is the most important private institution funding physics in Germany.
The Physikzentrum Bad Honnef is the main meeting place of the WE-Heraeus-Seminars. Bad Honnef is located near Bonn. Directions to the seminar location are given on the web page of the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef . A map can be found here.
Welcome (O. Boine-Frankenheim, GSI)
Accelerators for high intensity, C. Prior (RAL, UK)
RF basics, F. Gerigk (CERN)
Cyclotrons, M. Seidel (PSI)
Machine protection, R. Schmidt (CERN)
Neutrino factories, E. Wildner (CERN)
RF structures, H. Podlech (Uni Frankfurt)
Beam diagnostics, Eva Barbara Holzer (CERN)
Neutron sources, H. Danared (ESS Lund)
LHC and upgrades, G. Arduini (CERN)
High intensity effects in linacs, L. Groening (GSI)
SC magnets, S. Russenschuck (CERN)
Beam-beam effects, T. Pieloni (CERN)
Radioactive ion factories, N. Angert (GSI)
Accelerator driven transmutation, J.-L. Biarrotte (IPN Orsay)
Vacuum, E. Mahner (CERN)
Beam instabilities, O Boine-Frankenheim (GSI)
Ion sources, O. Kester (Uni Frankfurt)
Beam dynamics in rings, G. Franchetti (GSI)
Medical accelerators, U. Linz (FZ-Jülich)
Beam transport, O. Meusel (Uni Frankfurt)
RF for rings, H. Klingbeil (TU Darmstadt)
Laser acceleration of ions and applications, I. Hofmann (HI Jena)
Registration until 21:00 + Buffet
Linacs, U. Ratzinger (Uni Frankfurt)
Synchrotrons, J. Stadlmann (GSI)
FFAG, S. Machida (ASTeC)
Poster session (at 18:30)
Dinner (at 20:00)
The talks can be found on the GSI Indico.
The participation fee, accommodation and alls meals are covered by the WE-Heraeus Foundation.
Poster contributions by the participants will be welcome. The poster should be related to the research project of the participant. There will be a ‘Best Poster Award’ offered.
The deadline for registration is July, 31st 2012.
To register send an e-Mail to s.appel(at)gsi.de with following information:
- Your name
- Your address (University / Institution)
- Your current professional position or academic position. Students specify they current number of semester, too.
- Research field
- Poster contribution (yes/no), Titel of the poster.
Two weeks after the registration deadline we will inform you about your acceptance. While open for everybody, PostDocs, PhD and undergraduate students will be preferred amongst the applicants. The maximum number of participants is 40 (without the speakers).
All participants should submit a short abstract (max. 1 page) of their poster or talk until September, 8th 2012.
Further information will be given in the official invitation.