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  1. FY07 DOE ILC Budget recommendations G. Dugan ILC-GDE/Cornell University GDE Americas Regional Team Director

  2. FY07 Budget process • April ‘06: Labs submit FY07 ILC program requests, in the form of work packages (leader and key personnel, scope of work, milestones and deliverables, FTE, M&S) • May 3-4, ‘06: Meeting at SLAC to review FY07 requests: ~200 WP’s >$100M. • May-June ‘06: • Solicit guidance from GDE Global R&D Board on priorities of the R&D-related work in the FY07 request • Solicit guidance from the GDE RDR Management Board on priorities of the RDR- and TDR-related work in the FY07 request • Identify FY07 WP’s which could be candidates for funding from lab infrastructure or generic R&D programs

  3. FY07 Budget process • April-July ‘06: In a parallel process, Ozaki panel of the LCSGA evaluates and prioritizes the regional interest component of the FY07 request. This process concludes at the July GDE meeting in Vancouver. • July ‘06: On the basis of input from the GDE and the LCSGA, the ART Director reviewed the FY07 request and, for each WP, chose a category: • Support fully in FY07 • Defer 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% to FY08 or later • Support 1/2 on ILC FY07 funds, 1/2 on lab infrastructure or on generic R&D (in FY07, if funding is available) • Support fully on lab infrastructure or on generic R&D (in FY07, if funding is available)

  4. $60M Budget Funding by program element $12M Reserve: $5M for detectors, $6.2M for accelerator (incl. univ. prog.), $1M for detectors or accelerator

  5. $60M Budget Funding by lab

  6. FNAL Program • 100% funded: • Cavity fabrication, Cryomodule assembly facility, Vertical test stand, BCP+EP+Vertical test at Jlab and Cornell, 3.9 GHz Cryomodule, Conventional facility design, MDB Cryogenics and Horizontal Test Stand, magnet, instrumentation and cryogenics TDR engineering • 75% funded: • Program management, Type IV cryomodule design and parts • 50% funded: • ILCTA RF power systems, ILCTA instrumentation and controls, MBD operations, linac acceleration simulations, EP R&D, BDS collimation system design, cryomodule TDR engineering, cavity fabrication cost reduction study, vibration study • 25% funded: • BCP facility at ANL, magnet prototyping, LLRF controls, control system TDR engineering

  7. FNAL Program • Defer: • DR accelerator physics, Control system design, Instrumentation design, Cavity EM simulation, 3.9 GHz crab cavities, pre-production EP facility, second horizontal test stand • 50% funding from infrastructure: • Test facility control and instrumentation systems, • Full funding from infrastructure: • Test facility LLRF, NML facility infrastructure, NML cryogenics, NML electron source upgrade, NML and IB1 operations • 50% funding from generic R&D: • EP R&D, cavity cost reduction, • Full funding from generic R&D: • SCRF materials research

  8. SLAC Program • 100% funded: • HA power supply and diagnostic processor development, positron source design, ATF2 optics, magnets and movers, cavity BPMs, associated electronics, and operations, electron cloud studies, linac wakefield calculations, Marx modulator prototype, RF distribution system, conventional facility design, linac beamline design • 75% funded: • Program management, BDS design, SC linac quad and BPM development, DR design, HA kicker, RTML design, global system design, NC positron capture structure, ATF beam dynamics, instrumentation, and multibunch feedback, L-band klystron acquisition, Marx modulator DFM • 50% funded: • Sheet beam klystron, photocathode R&D, BDS vacuum, IR and collimation system TDR engineering, positron source TDR engineering, test facility co-ordination, installation studies, electron source design, ESA/LCLS bunch length monitor, control systems design, FNAL test facility instrumentation, controls and LLRF, DTI modulator

  9. SLAC Program • 25% funded: • Coupler improvement effort, laser/gun/injector R&D, HA control system modules, control system design • 50% funding from infrastructure: • Photocathode R&D, FNAL test facility instrumentation, controls and LLRF • Full funding from infrastructure: • L-band facilities in ESB • 50% funding from generic R&D: • Sheet beam klystron, ESA/LCLS bunch length monitor • Full funding from generic R&D: • Polarized RF gun

  10. ANL Program • 100% funded: • EP processing, DR design and optimization, HA power systems • 75% funded: • Program management, positron source design, HA instrumentation • 50% funded: • Control system work, DR beam dynamics • 25% funded: • HA control system • Defer: • RF phase distribution, time-resolved diagnostics, X-ray alignment, gamma-ray undulator, DR magnet design

  11. BNL Program • 75% funded: • FF quad full length coil, BDS conceptual design work, • 50% funded: • Vibration R&D, FF systems TDR engineering, direct wind quench threshold • Full funding from generic R&D: • Polarized SRF photocathode development, emittance and flat beam simulations, laser development, gun tests

  12. JLab Program • 100% funded: • EP+Vertical test at Jlab (also listed as part of Fermilab program), Large/single grain cavity R&D • 50% funded (other half on infrastructure): • Cryomodule value engineering • Full funding from generic R&D: • Dark current studies, multi-layer films,

  13. LBNL Program • 100% funded: • ATF injection/extraction kickers • 75% funded: • Program management, DR collective effects, inj/extraction transient effects, • 50% funded: • DR vacuum and mech. systems TDR design, DR studies at ALS, multi-bunch impedance and feedback systems, ATF beam dynamics studies • 25% funded: • LLRF and RF signal distribution • Defer: • DR injection/extraction line design, dynamic aperture, low emittance tuning, positron source undulator design, higher-order beam diagnostics and tune monitor, IR magnet design • Full funding from generic R&D: • Universal accelerator parser

  14. LLNL Program • 100% funded: • Marx modulator, nanoBPM system • 75% funded: • Positron source target design • 25% funded: • Coupler development • Defer: • Laser system development for laser wires, beam dump development

  15. LANL Program • 50% funded: • Cavity processing • Defer: • Optimized converter-modulator

  16. Regional Interest items Identified by LCSGA Ozaki panel: • $1.2M “pure” regional interest: • Fermilab site civil engineering development (FNAL, SLAC), site-specific linac and damping ring design (FNAL) • ~$15M “mixed” GDE and regional interest: - ILC-Americas communications (ART), sheet beam and CPI klystron (SLAC), SCRF power couplers and cavities (FNAL), EP processing and cavity test infrastructure (FNAL, ANL, Jlab, LANL,Cornell), large grain/single crystal R&D (Jlab), Cryomodule fabrication and assembly (FNAL), FF magnet development (BNL)

  17. Infrastructure

  18. Generic R&D

  19. $45M Budget $6M Reserve: $5.2 M for accelerator (incl univ. prog), $0.8M for accelerator or detector

  20. $45M Budget Funding by lab