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== Materials ==
== Materials ==

Revision as of 23:37, 23 July 2019

ICFA Mini-Workshop “Coherent Electron Cooling – Theory, Simulations and Experiment”

Organized by Center for Accelerator Science and Education Workshop chair –Vladimir N Litvinenko Workshop program chair – Gang Wang Local organizing committee chair – Yichao Jing

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Dates: July 24 (Wednesday)- July 26 (Friday), 2019

Location: Center for Frontiers in Nuclear Science, Peter Paul Seminar Room (C-120, Physics Building) https://www.stonybrook.edu/cfns/ Department of Physics and Astronomy, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794, USA

  • Goal of the workshop is in depth discussion of progress and challenges in the Coherent Electron Cooling theory, simulations and experiment.
  • Workshop format: In contrast with conference style workshops, this will be a real workshop with full length discussion sessions. Few invited presentations are designed to stimulate discussions.
  • Logistics: Workshop is by invitation only – send expression of interest to Vladimir Litvinenko vladimir.litvinenko@stonybrook.edu and Gang Wang gawang@bnl.gov.
  • There will be no workshop fees and no offered support – all participants will be responsible for their travel and living expenses.
  • Wednesday, July 24
  • Session 1: Convener – Rui Li (JLab)/ Local session chair - Sergei Seletskiy
  • 9:00 Thomas Roser, Why strong hadron cooling is needed?
  • 9:30 Yaroslav S Derbenev, How Coherent electron Cooling was conceived
  • 10:00 Discussion lead by the convener - coffee break at 10:30
  • 12:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
  • Session 2: Convener – Yue Hao (MSU)
  • 14:00 Vladimir N Litvinenko, Variety of CeC systems
  • 14:15 Gang Wang, CeC theory
  • 15:00 – 17:00 Discussion lead by the convener - coffee break at 15:30
  • Thursday, July 25
  • Session 3: CeC. Convener – David Bruhwiler (RadiaSoft)
  • 9:00 Jun Ma, CeC simulations
  • 9:30 Yichao Jing, Beam dynamics in CeC accelerator
  • 10:00 Discussion lead by the convener - coffee break at 10:30
  • 12:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
  • Session 3: CeC. Convener – Dmitry Kayran (BNL)
  • 14:00 Igor Pinayev, CeC experiment – physics
  • 14:30 Jean Clifford Brutus, CeC experiment – engineering
  • 15:00 – 17:00 Discussion lead by the convener - coffee break at 15:30
  • 19:00 No host dinner
  • Friday, July 26
  • Session 4: CeC. Convener –Vladimir Litvinenko (SBU)
  • 9:00 Discussion of possible collaborations
  • 10:00 – 12:00 Summaries - coffee break at 11 am
  • Rui Li, CeC & Hadron cooling
  • Yue Hao, CeC theory
  • David Bruhwiler, CeC simulations
  • Dmitry Kayran, CeC experiment
  • 12:00 Close up





    Parking information

    Temporary parking permit (good for the duration of workshop) will be distributed on arrival on Wednesday at the workshop.

    All visitors should park in the Faculty/Staff lot in Physics and Astronomy (usually full) or at the ESS (Earth and Space Sciences) parking lot next to the Physics lot past the woods. The ESS lot is a large red rectangular with sign P in the left-bottom side of the map, cornered by Campus drive and John S. Tdl Drive. Links to map

    Campus Map: https://www.stonybrook.edu/far-beyond/downloads/pdf/parking/Stony-Brook-Campus-Parking-Brochure.pdf

    For to ESS lot directions use: