International Accelerator School for Linear Colliders - Program Calendar


Saturday, May 20

Sunday, May 21

Monday, May 22

Tuesday, May 23

Morning
09:00 - 12:30

Welcome
by Shin-ichi Kurokawa

Opening Remarks
by Weiren Chou

Lecture 1 - Introduction I (90)

Fumihiko Takasaki (KEK)

  • Why LC
  • What's ILC
  • Layout of ILC
  • Overview of issues

Lecture 2 - Introduction II (90)

Tor Raubenheimer (SLAC)

  • Parameter choices & optimization

Lecture 5 - Damping ring basics (180)

Susanna Guiducci (INFN-LNF)

  • Betatron motion
  • Synchrotron motion
  • Beam energy
  • Beam emittance
  • Radiation damping
  • Intrabeam scattering
Lecture 7 – ILC Linac basics (90)

 

Chris Adolphsen (SLAC)

  • Linac basic principles
  • SW linacs and structures
  • SRF parameter constraints
  • Beam loading and coupling
  • Lorentz force detuning

Lecture 8 - ILC Linac beam dynamics (90)

Kiyoshi Kubo (KEK)

  • Lattice layout
  • Beam quality preservation
    • RF field stability
    • Wakefield and dampers
    • HOMs
    • Alignment tolerances
    • Vibration problems
    • Beam based alignment

Lecture 9 - High power RF (60)

Stefan Choroba (DESY)

  • RF system overview
  • Modulators
  • Klystrons
  • RF distribution

Lecture 10 - SRF basics (120)

Shuichi Noguchi (KEK)

  • Superconductivity basics
  • SRF peculiarities
  • Cavity design criteria
  • Various constraints
  • ILC BCD Cavity

Afternoon
14:00 - 17:30

Lecture 3 - Sources (120)

 

Masao Kuriki (KEK)

  • e- gun
  • e+ sources
  • Polarized sources

Lecture 4 - Bunch compressors (60)

Eun-San Kim (Kyungpook National University)

  • Bunch compressors
  • Spin rotator

Lecture 6 - Damping ring design (180)

Andy Wolski (University of Liverpool)

  • Options
  • Lattice
  • Parameter optimization
  • Machine acceptance
  • E-cloud, space charge and instability issues
  • Wigglers
  • Kickers and other technical systems
Field trip to Kamakura

 

Lecture 11 - SRF cavity technology (180)

Peter Kneisel (Jlab)

  • Material issues
  • Cavity fabrication and tuning
  • Surface preparation
  • Gradient limit and spread
  • Power Coupler
  • HOM Couplers
  • Slow and fast tuner
  • Path to ILC

Evening
19:00 - 20:30

Tutorial & homework

 

Tutorial & homework

Free time

 

Tutorial & homework



Wednesday, May 24

Thursday, May 25

Friday, May 26

Saturday, May 27

Morning
09:00 - 12:30

Lecture 12 - ILC cryomodule (60)

 

Carlo Pagani (INFN-Milano)

  • ILC cryogenics and rational
  • ILC cryomodule concept

Lecture 13 – Room-temperature RF (120)

Hans Braun (CERN)

  • Room temperature cavity and gradient limit
  • CLIC design

Lecture 16 - Instrumentation & feedback (180)

Marc Ross (SLAC)

  • Beam monitoring
  • Precision instrumentation
  • Feedback systems
Bus from Sokendai to KEK

 

Lecture 19 - Detectors (90)

Hitoshi Yamamoto (Tohoku Univ.)

  • ILC detectors

Lecture 20 - Physics (90)

Rolf-Dieter Heuer (DESY)

  • ILC physics
  • Physics beyond 1 TeV
  • e-e- and gamma-gamma options
  • ILC and XFEL

Afternoon
14:00 - 17:30

Lecture 14 - Beam delivery (120)

 

Andrei Seryi (SLAC)

  • Beam delivery system overview
  • Collimation
  • Machine-detector interface, shielding and beam dump
  • Beam monitoring and control at final focus

Lecture 15 - Beam-beam (60)

Daniel Schulte (CERN)

  • Beam-beam interaction

Lecture 17 - Conventional facilities (90)

Vic Kuchler (Fermilab)

  • Overview
  • Tunneling
  • Site requirement

Lecture 18 - Operations (90)

Marc Ross (SLAC)

  • Reliability
  • Availability
  • Remote control and global network

Closing remarks and student awards ceremony (20)

KEK tour

 

  • B-Factory
     
  • Photon Factory
     
  • SRF
     
  • ATF

Special lecture - ATF (90)

Junji Urakawa (KEK)

  • Machine introduction
     
  • Machine performance
     
  • ATF2 and R&D plan
     
  • Diagnostics

Site visit to ATF

Evening
19:00 - 20:30

Tutorial & homework

 

Tutorial & homework

Free time

 

Free time