Novel Cavity Treatments and Infrastructures at DESY / SRF R&D activities and projects at FNAL
|開始||2019/10/25 (金) 13:30|
|終了||2019/10/15 (火) 15:30|
|講演者||Marc Wenskat氏(DESY) / Mattia Checchin氏(FNAL)|
|連絡先||山本 康史 (PHS 4696)|
Title: Novel Cavity Treatments and Infrastructures at DESY
Nitrogen Infusion, Nitrogen Doping, Low-T bake, Mid-T bake - many new heat treatments came up in the recent years for SRF cavities.
They require dedicated furnace and clean room infrastructure to be successful and well equipped test infrastructure to study these new phenomena.
The status of DESY, where we are with our infrastructures and where we want to go, will be given.
Title: SRF R&D activities and projects at FNAL
Superconducting Radio-Frequency (SRF) cavities are devices employed in the acceleration of charged particles in modern particle accelerators.
Fermilab, prime high energy physics laboratory in the US, is among the most advanced laboratories in the world in the research and developing of SRF cavities, trying to push the performance of this technology towards its employment in future accelerators and new applications.
In this talk, the R&D effort ongoing at Fermilab on superconducting resonators will be presented, with specific effort on describing the activities concerning the basic R&D on bulk niobium cavities for high gradient and high Q-factor applications. Status update and R&D effort on LCLS-II, LCLS-II HE, and PIP-II projects will be presented, as well as the new application frontier of SRF cavities in quantum information science and particle detection.