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  1. Planning the AWA run schedule Goals of this discussion • Do experiments as quickly as possible • Deliver meaningful results (planning) (priorities) Strategy Improve communication & Clarify roles

  2. Presented to DOE: March 2013 Timeline for Upgrades and Initial Experiments run experiments using witness beam move and flip witness gun civil construction, electrical, etc commission first new linac tank & generate high charge bunch trains with new gun start experiments with new drive beam Jan 2013 Apr 2013 Jul 2012 Jan 2014 Jul 2013 Oct 2013 Oct 2012 install & commission more linac tanks install & commission beamline switchyard New linac tanks delivered 75 MeV beam

  3. AWA SUPPORT SYSTEMS AWA Facility – Conde • Overall Coordination & Schedule – Conde • Utilities and infrastructure – Doran • Vacuum/Beamline installation – Wisniewski • Laser – Power • 1.3 GHz LLRF – Jing • Modulator/Klystron – Liu • Diagnostic – Power • Cathode – Wisniewski • Beamline Physics Design – Power • Beamline Mechanical Design – Doran • Control system – Liu System  mini-group leader

  4. AWA PROJECTS • DL: High Q, 19 MeV Train (Measure: Current, Flatness) • DL: High Q, 75 MeV Single Bunch (Measure: charge, energy, bunch length, emittance ) • DL: High Q, 75 MeV Train, (Measure: Charge Flatness, Energy Droop) • DL: 11.7GHz metallic wakefield power extractor(16x60nC) • DL: 26GHz Dielectric Based Wakefield Power Extractor with BBU solenoid (16x20nC) • WL: Ring beam and coaxial two channel structure • WL: EEX based bunch shaping • Many more… *Each project is assigned a PI by Wei

  5. Match systems to projects

  6. Experimental planning strategy Set Priorities Name a PI for a project Establish deliverables for the project Wei  PI makes a to-do list PI makes a to-do list To-do list divided up into AWA SYSTEMS To-do list divided up into AWA SYSTEMS Weekly open meetings Weekly open meetings AWA SYSTEMS lead makes a to-do list AWA SYSTEMS lead makes a to-do list AWA SYSTEMS lead gives job assignments AWA SYSTEMS lead gives job assignments

  7. Meetings • AWA group meeting • Frequency: Weekly • Purpose: discuss plan for that week • Participants: everyone • Project meetings (PI initiated) • Frequency: As needed (weekly in begin) • Purpose: discuss plan for that week • Participants: as required • System meetings (system lead initiated) • Frequency: As needed (weekly in begin) • Purpose: discuss plan for that week • Participants: as required • Priorities Meeting (called by Wei) • Frequency: As needed?? Monthly?? Quarterly?? • Purpose: Are we going in the right direction? Review AWA schedule • Participants: as required

  8. PRIORITIES (highest level meeting) • Demonstrate 1 GW • Witness gun experiments • Ring beam • coaxial two channel structure 2nd run • Demonstrate the high current drive beam in the new AWA drive beamline • Can we get 1 GW with minimal diagnostics. (deflecting cavity, emittance, energy?) • Purchase EEX equipment • Clean and install EEX beamline • Installation of LLRF feedback • Improvement of Modulator • Improvement of Control System • Improvement of Multisplitter