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CLIC ACAS Collaboration CERN, 12 April 2011. Mark Boland Principal Scientist Accelerator Physics Australian Synchrotron ACAS Deputy Director. Creation Myth – top of the World...?. Synchrotron: An Australian Invention?. Facility History. Facility History.

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Clic acas collaboration cern 12 april 2011

CLIC ACAS Collaboration

CERN, 12 April 2011

Mark Boland

Principal Scientist

Accelerator Physics

Australian Synchrotron

ACAS Deputy Director


Creation myth top of the world

Creation Myth – top of the World...?

CLIC/ACAS Update - Mark Boland


Synchrotron an australian invention

Synchrotron: An Australian Invention?

Facility History

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Synchrotron an australian invention1

Facility History

Synchrotron: An Australian Invention?

  • First Publications: 1945-46

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Synchrotron an australian invention2

Facility History

Synchrotron: An Australian Invention

  • Oliphant’s Unpublished Memo: 1944

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Synchrotron an australian invention3

Facility History

Synchrotron: An Australian Invention?

  • Oliphant’s Notebooks Adelaide University

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ANSTO

Australian Synchrotron

University of Melbourne

ANU

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Formation of:

ACAS Institutes

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Why acas

Why ACAS?

Motivation

Challenges

Physics departments say it is engineering

Engineering departments say it is physics

“Only” user support not science

No dedicated university courses

Broad field to cover

  • Grow the field of accelerator physics

  • Sustain successful accelerator based user facilities

  • Develop student programs

  • Publish research findings

  • Contribute to Big Science international collaborations

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Acas building on the past

ACAS – Building on the past

Sir Mark Oliphant

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Acas launch 13 july 2010

ACAS Launch 13 July 2010

  • Launched by the Australian Minister for Science Kim Carr

  • Announced intention to join international FEL and Collider projects

  • $1 M AUD for 4 years, damping ring study project

  • FEL project planned; e-gun, IR-FEL, beam diagnostics and detectors

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Acas building the future

ACAS – Building the future

  • Nurture students into accelerator physics

  • Willing to contribute to ambitious science projects

  • Strong desire to collaborate

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Acas facility overview anu

ACAS Facility Overview: ANU

  • $7.6 M AUD upgrade

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Acas facility overview uni of melb

ACAS Facility Overview: Uni. of Melb.

High Energy Particle Physics at the LHC

Primary provider of top students!

ARC Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics at the Tera-Scale

Funding: $25.2 M AUD over 7 years

Centre Director: Prof Geoffrey Taylor

Administering Organisation: The University of Melbourne

Pelletron - 5 MV ion accelerator

X-ray detector development

and

Accelerator Diagnostics

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Acas facility overview ansto

ACAS Facility Overview: ANSTO

ANTARES - 10 MV Tandem ion accelerator

STAR - 2 MV Tandetron ion accelerator

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Acas facility overview australian synchrotron light source

ACAS Facility Overview: Australian Synchrotron light source

  • $300 M AUD proposal for machine development and 10 new beamlines

  • $38 M AUD building upgrade; science centre, user accommodation, engineering workshop and laboratory space (construction started Dec 2010)

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Top 2 acas projects big science

Top 2 ACAS Projects “Big Science”

Linear Collider

ILC

FEL – Free Electron Laser

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Australian synchrotron timeline

Facility History

Australian Synchrotron Timeline

  • 2001 Victorian Government funding announced

  • 2003 Technical team assembled

  • 2005-02 – Building complete, moved on-site

  • 2005-09 – Linac commissioning begins

  • 2006-03 – Booster commissioning, 1st April 3 GeV beam

  • 2006-06 – Storage ring Commissioning

  • 14th July 2006 – First Light

  • 2006-12 Beamline Commissioning

  • 1st April 2007 – User operations begin

  • 1st October 2008 – 1000th User visit

  • November 2009 – 98% beam up-time

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Buildings under construction

Completion late 2011

Medical Imaging

Beamline

National Synchrotron

Science Centre

User Accommodation

Offices

Engineering Workshop

Metrology Laboratory

RF Laboratory

Storage

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Student numbers 2010

ACAS

Student Numbers 2010

  • 3 × PhD

  • 3 × Masters/Honours

  • 6 × Bachelor

  • 2 × Summer

  • 10 × Undergraduate Lab

  • 24 in total

  • Accelerator Schools, one week introductory lectures:

    • 2008 ACCEL08, Prof Ted Wilson, Oxford University

    • 2010 ASAP, Prof Ken Peach, Oxford University

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Clic ilc damping ring requirements

CLIC/ILC Damping ring requirements

CLIC/ILC damping rings will use large sections of wigglers to increase damping rate.

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Body of evidence for low emittance

Body of evidence for low emittance

Toucheck parameter

Closest tune approach

Toucheck lifetime

Beam rotation angle

  • εy= 1.24 ± 0.4 pm

  • World Low?

  • Dowd et. al., Phys. Rev. ST-AB 14, 012804 (2011)

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Optical interferometer and damping rings kent wootton phd student melbourne

Optical Interferometer and Damping Rings Kent Wootton (PhD student Melbourne)

  • Vertical Beam Size Measurement

  • Damping ring modeling

  • Contributing to CLIC CDR

  • Collaboration with Toshi Mitsuhashi, KEK

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Transverse bunch by bunch feedback david peake phd uni of melb

Transverse Bunch-by-Bunch Feedback David Peake (PhD, Uni. of Melb.)

  • Powerful beam diagnostic system developed

  • Stabilised beam

  • 100% longer beam lifetime

Coupled bunch mode measurement and analysis

ID magnet transition – trapped RF mode?

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Precision storage ring beam energy measurement from resonant spin depolarisation

Precision Storage Ring Beam Energy Measurement from Resonant Spin Depolarisation

τ = 805 s

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Acas activities 2010

ACAS Activities 2010

  • ACAS Workshop on Accelerator Feedback Systems, Sydney 13-15 December 2010

  • ACAS School for Accelerator Physics, Sydney 13-17 December 2010

  • Research Collaboration Agreement with CERN on CLIC R&D

  • CLIC Collaboration highlights:

  • Monash Uni. student modelling two beam RF cavities for final year project (Tessa Charles)

  • Uni. of Melb. Physics workshop staff working at CERN on RF cavity installation and testing (Ashley French)

  • Invited talk at Linear Collider workshop (Rohan Dowd)

  • Student scholarship to Linear Collider school (Kent Wootton)

AIPC 2010 ACAS - Mark Boland


Summary

Summary

  • ACAS formed to grow the field of accelerator physics

  • ACAS Facilities have a good user program and government support

  • Essential for successful NEP, nuclear and x-ray science research in Australia?

  • Strong student interest

  • Developing international collaborations

  • Promising future government support

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ACAS

http://accelerators.org.au

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