ICFA workshop CeC

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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)
  • 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
  • TBN, CeC simulations
  • Dmitry Kayran, CeC experiment
  • 12:00 Close up
  • Materials

    To be added

    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: