Sponsored by the European Network for Novel Accelerators, the Simon van der Meer Award recognises outstanding early career contributions (theoretical, experimental, computational or technical) in novel accelerator science
Located in KEK Japan, this experimental facility will pursue the necessary R&D to maximize the luminosity potential of linear colliders.
Upon looking at the procurement of superconducting RF cavities, this first study demonstrates the positive impact of Big Science projects on local economic development
Non-invasive beam profile monitor using supersonic gas jet furthers our understanding of the beam dynamics and supports new discoveries.
Through ingenious kinetic energy recycling in combination with a multi-turn acceleration concept, electric power can be saved while, at the same time, high-power particle beams can be provided.
The completion of the High Order Corrector Magnet project was only made possible by the collaborative efforts of INFN, CERN, and industry.
Optics developments with CFMs show promising results to improve the FCC-ee performance and efficiency.
Over the past 40 years, CAS has played a significant role in the advancement of accelerator science and technology and continues to be an important resource.
Although permanent magnets can significantly reduce the energy consumption of accelerators, their use of rare earths requires best practices, as discussed by experts at the latest I.FAST workshop.
With a funding of up to 200 kEUR each, the projects will contribute to improve the sustainability of particle accelerator technologies.