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Steps toward a u s bid to host

Steps Toward a U.S. Bid to Host

Presentation by

Jonathan Dorfan, SLAC

Monday July 14, 2003

At

American Linear Collider Workshop


Us linear collider steering group

US Linear Collider Steering Group

Executive Committee

Jonathan Bagger, Jim Brau, Sally Dawson, David Burke, Jonathan Dorfan (Chair), Gerry Dugan, Jerry Friedman, Jim Gates, Steve Holmes, Young-Kee Kim, Dan Marlow, Mark Oreglia, Maury Tigner,

Mike Witherell, Harvey Lynch (Exec Secretary)

Accelerator

Sub-committee

Chair: Dugan

Detector/Physics

Sub-committee

Chairs: Oreglia

Brau

International Affairs

Sub-committee

Chair: Tigner


Meeting dates

Meeting Dates

  • 30 May 2002 FNAL

  • 29 Jun 2002 19:00 to 22:00 PDT UCSC/telephone

  • 08 Aug 2002 08:00 to 10:00 and 12:00 to 15:00 PDT by telephone

  • 23 Sep 2002 10:30 to 14:00 PDT by telephone

  • 25 Nov 2002 08:30 to 12:30 PST by telephone

  • 10 Jan 2003 19:00 to 23:00 CST Arlington TX/telephone

  • 19 Feb 2003 08:00 to 12:00 PST by telephone

  • 16 Apr 2003 11:00 to 15:00 PDT by telephone

  • 11 Jun 2003 08:00 to 12:00 PDT by telephone

  • 24 Jun 2003 13:30 to 14:30 PDT by telephone

  • 15 Jul 2003 19:00 to 23:00 EDT at Cornell/telephone


Public information

Public Information

  • * General:

  • http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~hll/USLCSG/

  • * Newsletter:

  • http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~hll/USLCSG/Newsletters/A301.doc

  • * Machine Scope Document:

  • http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~hll/USLCSG/BidToHost/MachineScopeA30323.pdf

  • * Charter:

  • http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~hll/USLCSG/General/LCSG_Charter.pdf

  • * Meeting Dates:

  • http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~hll/USLCSG/General/MeetDates.txt

  • * Outreach:

  • http://quark.phy.bnl.gov/~dawson/colls_lc.html

  • * Miscellaneous Info:

  • http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~hll/USLCSG/General/index.html


Steps toward a u s bid to host

U.S.

Steering Group

Chair: J. Dorfan

Asian

Steering Group

Chair: W. Namkung

European

Steering Group

Chair: B. Foster

Govt.

Agencies

Govt.

Agencies

Govt.

Agencies

International LC Steering Committee

Chair: M. Tigner

Steers towards

International Organization / Laboratory

Charged with Constructing LC


Ilcsg

ILCSG

  • Two major steps forward planned for 2004:

  • ILCSG will set up a “wise-person” committee to recommend to ILCSG the choice for the accelerator technology

  • ILCSG will undertake the task of setting up an internationally-constituted design group that will coordinate the development of a technical design report

    • Maury will cover these topics on Wednesday


Uslcsg university r d program

USLCSG – University R&D Program

  • USLCSG – coordinated proposal review process worked well in 2002. Money is now flowing to PIs

  • We will follow a very similar process in 2003. We have invited back the same group of reviewers as last year. All but one will serve again

    • May need to tweak the process a little in order to be more helpful to agencies


2002 lc r d review committees

2002 LC R&D Review Committees

  • Detector Committee:

  • Howard Gordon, Brookhaven (chair)

  • Rolf Heuer, U. Hamburg

  • Steve Olsen, U. Hawaii

  • Mike Roney, U. Victoria

  • Sally Seidel, U. New Mexico

  • Hitoshi Yamamoto, Tohoku U.

  • Accelerator Committee:

  • Norbert Holtkamp, ORNL (chair)

  • Phil Burrows, Oxford

  • Jean Delayen, JLab

  • Tom Himel, SLAC

  • Hugh Montgomery, Fermilab

  • Katsunobu Oide, KEK


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July 14, 2003

American Linear Collider Workshop


Uslcsg scope document

USLCSG – Scope Document

  • USLCSG Detector/Physics Subcommittee took on the task of defining the key machine parameters. They have produced a document which is the basis for the comparative study of warm and cold technologies

    • Mark Oreglia will describe this in the next talk


Uslcsg guidance for the technology choice

USLCSG – Guidance for the Technology Choice

  • The USLCSG accelerator subcommittee took on the challenging task of providing for the world community a comparison of a US-based machine using either warm or cold technology. This task will be complete before the end of 2003

    • Gerry Dugan will describe this later today


Uslcsg charge for technology options study

USLCSG: Charge for Technology Options Study

  • Two technology options are to be developed: a warm option, based on the design of the NLC Collaboration, and a cold option, similar to the TESLA design at DESY

  • Both options will meet the physics design requirements specified by the USLCSG Scope document

  • Both options will be developed in concert, using, as much as possible, similar approaches in technical design for similar accelerator systems, and a common approach to cost and schedule estimation methodology, and to risk/reliability assessments


Evolving to an internationally based effort

Evolving to an Internationally-based Effort

  • Once the technology decision is made, an internationally-constituted design group needs to be formed with the task of providing a Technical Design Report that is truly owned by the international partners. The USLCSG is formulating a concrete proposal on how to achieve this. Such a proposal is needed as input to the ILCSC discussions this summer

    • Maury Tigner will describe this and other aspects of our international affairs considerations in his talk on Wednesday


Discussions with washington

Discussions with Washington

  • Since January 2003, there have been active, ongoing and constructive discussions with both agencies, OSTP and OMB regarding an internationally-constituted LC. These discussions center on providing for the Government a clear picture of the US and international scientist’s discussions and proposed plans

    These meetings have provided a mechanism for getting invaluable feedback regarding our planning as well as preparing the government officials for the initial discussions that are now beginning amongst the governments of the three regions

    • We have an all-day meeting this Thursday in Washington which includes representatives from the DOE, NSF, OSTP and OMB22


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