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  1. Interacts with overall global LC Collaboration, weekly 30-60 min meetings (S.Stapnesrepr. CLIC) CLIC Organogram CB: Every 6 months, WP update and status, provide active feedback/discussion with collaborators Internal review committee(s) as needed, CERN MAC as overall review committee Project office: S.Stapnes, H.Schmickler, A.Augier (R.Corsinifollows the fellow and personnel planning more generally) Work-agreements: annexes to MoU, annexes to co-operation agreements, annexes to specific MoUsand (more and more) k-contracts

  2. CLIC near CERN • For CLIC five main priorities have been identified for 2018: • A re-baselinedstaged project implementation, cost and power optimisation – increased industrialisation effort • High Gradient structure development and significantly increased test-capacity for RF-structures • The systemtest programmes in CTF3, at ATF and in FACET, as well as exploring systemtestsin collaborative programmes with light-source laboratories • Technical systems developments, related among others to complete modules, alignment/stability, instrumentation and power sources • Physics studies related to energy frontier capabilities Schulte (Design), Lebrun (Implementation) Wuensch (Xband) Corsini (Systemtests) Schmickler (Technical Developments) Tunnel implementations (laser straight) Central MDI & Interaction Region

  3. CLIC Collaboration 29 Countries – over 70 Institutes Acceleratorcollaboration Detectorcollaboration Accelerator + Detector collaboration

  4. Link: http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=275412

  5. LC organisation • Strongly support the Japanese initiative to construct a linear collider as a staged project in Japan • Prepare CLIC machine and detectors as an option for a future high-energy linear collider at CERN • Further improve collaboration between CLIC and ILC machine experts • Move towards a “more normal” structure of collaboration in the detector community to prepare for the construction of two high-performance detectors

  6. Main activities and goals for 2018 Design and Implementation studies: • CDR status: not optimized except at 3 TeV and not adjusted for Higgs discovery, not optimized cost, first power/energy estimates without time for reductions, limited industrial costing, very limited reliability studies • Baseline design and staging strategy • Solid cost basis and more optimized power/energy (aim for 20% energy reduction) • Proof of industry basis for key components/units, in particular those specific for CLIC • Comprehensive reliability/robustness/uptime analysis • Pursue increased use of X-band for other machines/applications System-tests:  • CDR status: CTF3 results initial phase (as of early 2012), ATF and FACET very little, no convincing strategy for further system verification • Complete system-tests foreseen for next phase, and comprehensive documentation of the results at CERN (CTF3) and elsewhere • Strategy for further system verification before construction (XFEL, connected to light-sources, further drive-beam verifications) or as part of initial machine strategy. • CDR status concerning drive-beam FE: Nothing done beyond CTF3 • Demonstrator of drive beam FE and RF power unit based on industrial capacity – will open for larger facilities beyond 2018 if necessary X-band developments:  • CDR status: Single elements demonstrated – limited by test-capacity • Statistics for gradient and structure choice (energy reach) and other X-band elements Technology developments:  • CDR status: alignment/stability partly covered, BBA assumed, wakefieldmon.perf. assumed, no complete module • Demonstration of critical elements and methods for the machine performance: • DR, main linac, BDS with associated instrumentation and correction methods (combination of design, simulation, system-tests and technologies) • Stability/alignment (locally and over distances) • Module including all parts