WORKING 
GROUPS:

Accelerator Physics

Magnet Technologies

Accelerator 
Technologies

WORKSHOPS: 

Magnet Technologies
Nov. 16-18, 1998
Port Jefferson, LI
 

Accelerator
Technologies

Feb. 8 - 11, 1999
Thomas Jefferson Laboratory,
Newport News, Virginia

 

Accelerator
Physics

Feb. 22 - 25, 1999
The Abbey, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
 

LINKS: 

Fermilab's vlhc page
 

Brookhaven's future hadron collider page
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Workshop at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, February 22-25, 1999

Co-convenors:

LBNL: Alan Jackson
FNAL: Shekhar Mishra, Mike Syphers

Charge: Guided by the Snowmass '96 parameter sets explore and develop innovative concepts that will result in significant cost reductions. Coordinate parameter sets, infrastructure requirements for the various options, and designs with the other working groups. Explore the viability of the various parameters sets implied by the major magnet options.

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Workshop at Port Jefferson, Long Island
November 16-18,1998

Co-convenors:

FNAL: Bill Foster
BNL: Peter Wanderer
LBNL: Ron Scanlan

Charge: Guided by the Snowmass '96 parameter sets explore and develop innovative concepts that will result in significant cost reductions. Coordinate parameter sets, infrastructure requirements for the various options, and designs with the other working groups. Review progress in magnet R&D. Develop bases including costs for comparing different magnet designs. Monitor, encourage and coordinate progress in materials development both in academe and industry.

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Workshop at Thomas Jefferson Laboratory
February 8-11, 1999

Co-convenors:

Thomas Jefferson Lab: Chris Leemann
BNL: Tom Shea
FNAL: John Marriner

Charge: Guided by the Snowmass '96 parameter sets explore and develop innovative concepts that will result in significant cost reductions. Coordinate parameter sets, infrastructure requirements for the various options, and designs with the other working groups. Foster dialog and partnerships with industry. Develop bases including costs for comparing different designs.

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