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− Three WGs at work since Spring 07. BENE interests in the CARE-Next Integrating Activity. − The present proposals of the three WGs and our interests in each of them. − Work towards the proposal (February 29). M. Meddahi V. Palladino

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bene interests in the care next integrating activity

− Three WGs at work since Spring 07

BENE interests

in the

CARE-Next Integrating Activity

− The present proposals of the three WGs

and our interests in each of them

− Work towards the proposal (February 29)

M. Meddahi

V. Palladino

BENE07, 29 Oct 07

V. Palladino BENE interests in CARE-Next

slide2

CARE-Next

V. Palladino BENE interests in CARE-Next

today s snapshot of care next 4 jra s

− 3 WGs at work since Spring 07

Today’s snapshot of CARE-Next: 4 JRA’s

Joint Research Activities

−The Open Meeting on our next IA proposal (OMIA, CERN Sep 10-11)

− ESGARD meeting Oct 15

further definition of the content of the proposal, CrabWaist rescued

identification of the general coordinators Koutschouk & Lebrun

13.5 M from EC

1/3 total effort

FFAG

CRAB

Plus 1.5 M for

NAs Networking Activities

TAs Trans-national Access programs

ʋ facility

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esgard meeting oct 15 with eu hep directors
ESGARD meeting Oct 15 with EU HEP Directors

definition of the content of the proposal:According to the most recent information from Brussells, the maximum that an IA will be allowed to get in FP7 is 15 MTherefore this amount is adopted for the IA for CARE Next too.The present proposals of the 3 working groups are being now adapted to this reduction. During the discussions the directors provided guidelines for the difficult choices to be made.

5 -0,5 – 150 = 4,350 M/WG

request from EC

general coordinators identifiedP. Lebrun/CERN will be general coordinator in charge after July 2008. Until then, J.P. Koutchouk/CERN will be the coordinator (deputy afterwards?).

Next, end of November

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the present proposal of wg1 hihep bene s interests in it
The present proposal of WG1: HIHEp& BENE ‘s interests in it

JRA

  • R. Garoby today
  • Networking Activities
  • EURO-Lumi: ….. the network for S-LHC -NA on neutrinos: …. “BENE-Next”
  • Joint Research Activities
  • Colmat: R&D for LHC collimators ie material hardness to heat, shock and radiation. target & collection
  • HFM+ HTS_L: High field magnets + high temperature superconductors.
  • driver&acceleration&storage
  • and in addition
  • SCPL1.355 ME construction of beta=1 cavities in Saclay in the SCRF JRA.
  • p-driver, acceleration?
  • Transnational acess program
  • TAs CryoMagNet-TA HiRadMat: ….. access to COLMAT facility

15 M

roughly

4,350 M EC

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proposals for high intensity high energy proton beams

PROPOSALS FOR HIGH INTENSITY – HIGH ENERGY PROTON BEAMS

R. Garoby for R. W. Assmann, A. Ballarino, L. Bottura, G. De Rijk, M. Meddahi, V. Palladino,

W. Scandale, L. Walckiers, F. Zimmermann

  • OUTLINE
  • PURPOSE & CONTEXT
  • CONTENT
  • PARTNERS
  • RESOURCES & SUMMARY

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Proposal of an FP7 accelerator neutrino Networking Activity

The “European Strategy for Particle Physics” emphasizes the importance of accelerator-based neutrino experiments, and sets the milestone for the next major undertaking in this field in 2012: Studies of the scientific case for future neutrino facilities and the R&D into associated technologies are required to be in a position to define the optimal neutrino program based on the information available in around 2012.

A vigorous networking activity is necessary to ensure that the technical information on accelerator technologies and the scientific arguments are gathered, developed, and discussed within and outside the neutrino community.

The NA intends to deliver at the end of 2012 an agreed programme of neutrino experiments, based on upgrades of existing infrastructures and/or on the proposal of a new one.

Among the possibilities the following will be considered and evaluated.

-Upgrade of the existing Cern to Gran Sasso facility; understanding of the ultimate upgrade potential, by combination of improved neutrino flux, neutrino spectra, flux monitoring abilities and far detector design and location.

-A new neutrino facility, such as a beta-beam or a neutrino factory complex, offering much higher rate and purer flavour content, allowing a more ambitious programme of complete determination of the physical quantities governing neutrino oscillations: mass splits, flavour mixings and charge-parity violating phase.

The NA will be rooted in the FP6 BENE NA, active since 2004, itself born from the ECFA Study Groups active since 1998. The existence of an organized open discussion and dissemination forum joining the EU accelerator & particle physicists active or being attracted in the sector has proven decisive over almost a decade.

The European activity is embedded in an international effort; most remarkable are the yearly “NuFact” International Workshops on Neutrino Factory, Superbeam and BetaBeam“. Started in 1999 in Europe and returning every three years, it is an extremely fruitful example of collaboration of accelerator and particle physics from Europe, America and Asia..

Strengthened by FP6 support, BENE achieved the recognition in the Strategy Document of its physics case and of its plea for timely R&D. Its 3 main goals are also being delivered as promised

-first progress in community building and harmonization of national projects and interests.

- preliminary road map towards the scientific & technical choice of the new facility

-precious collaborative studies and R&D projects now under way, soon including the FP7 EuroNu DS and the International Design Study effort.

The objective of this NA represents the natural completion of this process. The NA will be able to integrate in its proposal the results of a CNGS upgrade study, of the EuroNu design study of the Neutrino Factory, Superbeam and BetaBeam options, of the state of the art, coordinated R&D that will take place in the Integrating Activity and of other R&D projects in progress. Its final proposal should be backed by the widest possible majority of the EU community active in on neutrino accelerator infrastructures worldwide, at the CNGS, at the US (NuMI) and at the upcoming Japanese (T2K) facilities.

The NA funds will support participation of this community to

-the IA meetings and the NA own plenary meetings and parallel workshops

-the open meetings of the EuroNu DS

-the yearly international “NuFact” Workshop

BENE-Next

V. Palladino BENE interests in CARE-Next

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Proposal of an FP7 accelerator neutrino Networking Activity

The “European Strategy for Particle Physics” emphasizes the importance of accelerator-based neutrino experiments, andsets the milestonefor the next major undertakingin this fieldin 2012: Studies of the scientific case for future neutrino facilities and the R&D into associated technologies are required to be in a position to define the optimal neutrino program based on the information available in around 2012.

A vigorous networking activity is necessaryto ensure that the technical information on accelerator technologies and the scientific arguments are gathered, developed, and discussed within and outside the neutrino community.

The NA intendsto deliver at the end of 2012 an agreed programme of neutrino experiments, based on upgrades of existing infrastructures and/or on the proposal of a new one.

Among the possibilitiesthe following will be considered and evaluated.

-Upgrade of the existing Cern to Gran Sasso facility; understanding of the ultimate upgrade potential, by combination of improved neutrino flux, neutrino spectra, flux monitoring abilities and far detector design and location.

-A new neutrino facility, such as a beta-beam or a neutrino factory complex,offering much higher rate and purer flavour content, allowing a more ambitious programme of complete determination of the physical quantities governing neutrino oscillations: mass splits, flavour mixings and charge-parity violating phase.

The NA will be rooted in the FP6 BENE NA, active since 2004, itself born from the ECFA Study Groups active since 1998. The existence of an organized open discussion and dissemination forum joining the EU accelerator & particle physicists active or being attracted in the sector has proven decisive over almost a decade.

The European activity is embedded in an international effort; most remarkable are the yearly “NuFact” International Workshops on Neutrino Factory, Superbeam and BetaBeam“. Started in 1999 in Europe and returning every three years, it is an extremely fruitful example of collaboration of accelerator and particle physics from Europe, America and Asia..

Strengthened by FP6 support,BENEachieved the recognition in the Strategy Document of its physics case and of its plea for timely R&D. Its3 main goals are also being delivered as promised

-first progress in community building and harmonization of national projects and interests.

- preliminary road map towards the scientific & technical choice of the new facility

-precious collaborative studies and R&D projects now under way, soon including the FP7 EuroNu DS and the International Design Study effort.

The objective of this NA represents the natural completion of this process.The NA will be able to integrate in its proposal the results of a CNGS upgrade study, of theEuroNu design study of the Neutrino Factory, Superbeam and BetaBeam options, of the state of the art, coordinated R&D that will take place inthe Integrating Activityand of other R&D projects in progress. Its final proposal should bebacked by the widest possible majority of the EUcommunity active in on neutrino accelerator infrastructures worldwide,at the CNGS, at the US (NuMI)andat the upcoming Japanese (T2K) facilities.

The NA funds will support participation of this community to

-the IA meetings and the NA own plenary meetings and parallel workshops

-the open meetings of the EuroNu DS

-the yearly international “NuFact” Workshop

BENE-Next

V. Palladino BENE interests in CARE-Next

slide10

Proposed Second Level

Work Breakdown Structure for the NA

WP1 Management & coordination

WP2 Getting the most of existing neutrino facilities

- CNGS intensity limits

- possibility of adaptation of the CNGS neutrino spectrum and of flux monitoring to physics

needs (link to JRAs in FP7-IA)

- Evaluation of the physics potential of upgrades

WP3 Road map to the future

- evaluation of the compatibility of future neutrino facilities to the accelerator upgrades in

the interested European laboratories

- evaluation of technological risks of the proposed options

- evaluation of the synergies with other physics programs

- upgrade path and flexibility

- Choices of the facility(es) and proposal

A more detailed breakdown is in preparation

!!!!!!

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the present proposal of wg2 nclc bene s interests in it
The present proposal of WG2 NCLC& BENE ‘s interests in it

JRA

E. Jensen Oct 26

Networking Activities

Explicit support for BENE Next

Joint Research Activities

See later

Transnational acess program

Explicit support for TA-MICE

15 M

roughly

4,350 M EC

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NC Hi Gradient RF

Buncher

Phase Rotation

Ionisation Cooling

NB Atomic level breakdown simulation

To NAT (4th JRA)

with last minute

CRAB waist

addition

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the present proposal of wg3 scrf bene s interests in it
The present proposal of WG3 SCRF& BENE ‘s interests in it

JRA

O. Napoly Oct 26

Networking Activities

As generally planned

Joint Research Activities

JRA1 SC RF Cavities

Include SCPL 1.355 ME construction of beta=1 cavities in Saclay

JRA2 Accelerator & Beam Studies

JRA3 RF test infrastructore at CERN

Transnational acess program

As generally planned

15 M

roughly

acceleration in RLAs

FFAGs

4,350 M EC

p driver

ISOL ¼ wave

all our SCRF needs

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3

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the present proposal of jra4 nat bene s interests in it
The present proposal of JRA4 NAT& BENE ‘s interests in it

JRA

E. Jensen Oct 26

EuroFFAG …. for EMMA … Meot, Edgecock, Berg

380 KE from EC

Crab Waist …. M. Biagini …. for DAFNE

SHLC ?

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conclusions
Conclusions

Moving on with this

23 Nov WBS Schedule Cost Milestone

end Nov ESGARD + Directors again

11 Jan Draft Proposal

29 Feb Submission

Must write BENE-Next, EuroFFAG, TA-MICE sections

grow systematically aware of how all JRAs evolve

identify (create? )

& be ready to exploit their opportunities for us

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