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  • DESY and the ILCDESY todayDESY strategy and funding 2005-2009DESY and the ILCFunding from the European UnionKEK/DESY CollaborationDESY, 7 March 2005

    Albrecht Wagner

  • Deutsches Elektronen-SynchrotronMember of the Helmholtz AssociationMission: Development, construction, operation and scientific exploitation of acceleratorsProvide access for national and international usersInternationally used, nationally funded Research InstituteBudget: 165 MEuro (2002)Staff:1560 in Hamburg and Zeuthen Users:3000 (1500 from abroad)

    Albrecht Wagner

  • Main Elements of Future of DESYParticle PhysicsHERA until June 2006ILCDuring transition participation in external experiment

    Photon ScienceDORISVUV-FELPETRA IIIXFEL

    Albrecht Wagner

  • Budget: Request and Allocation Request (blue) Allocation (violet) Base budget has three parts:ResearchFacilitiesGeneral infrastructure (~35%)

    Albrecht Wagner

  • Particle Physics ResearchFacilities(accelerators, experiments)

    Albrecht Wagner

  • Photons ResearchFacilities(accelerators, experiments)

    Albrecht Wagner

  • VUV-FEL Program for 2005The 2005 operation time is divided in different blocks. Under the assumption of no unexpected shut downs, all requests can be full-filled.Some reserve is within the individual operation periods.

    Albrecht Wagner

  • European XFELGerman government in Feb. 2003 gave go-ahead for XFEL as European project, incl. funding 50% of total 684 M (year 2000) project cost, + contribution from Lnder HH & Schleswig-Holstein. ~ 40% required from European Partners.Project currently being organised at European Level (scientific/tech. & admin./financial) ongoing - to be completed by 2005.Until Jan 2005, 10 European countries have signed the MoU for the project preparation phase (CH, D, DK, ES, F, GR, I, PL, UK, S)Discussions in Russia, Netherlands, Hungary, ChinaGoal: Until mid 2006 finish all preparations for an agreement on Government level for construction and operation of EU XFELStart of operation in 2012

    Albrecht Wagner

  • ILC XFEL SynergyQualification of vendors (EU, US and J) Industrial studies & prototypes for klystron/tunnel installationInvolve industry in string & module assembly: 3 industrial studiesIndustrial studies for RF coupler fabrication (IN2P3/Orsay)Improvement of tuner design ( CEA/Saclay)Further experience with EP treatment, improve statistics for cavitiesBuild up module test stand (1st test candidate will be Module#6 with 35MV/m cavities)Further Synergy by operating VUV-FEL, XFEL commissioning etc

    Albrecht Wagner

  • Synergy LC and XFELNote synergy!

    Albrecht Wagner

  • European Funding for ILC R&D

    Albrecht Wagner

  • EU and the Global ILC ProjectThe evaluators of the ILC design study EUROTeV emphasised the importance of the projectEUROTeV plays the role of a focus and nucleus for the European part of the global activities which are just startingEurope must maintain its leading role in the SC RF technologyGlobal projects represent a new challenge for European science coordinationThe ILC is one of the possible domains for the strategic road map

    Albrecht Wagner

  • TESLA Collaboration and its relation to major construction projectsSeveral major projects, such as the XFEL or the ILC, are based on the use of SC RF technology

    The responsibility for projects lies in the hands of the respective project organisations

    The mission of the TESLA collaboration is as follows:

    Albrecht Wagner

  • TESLA Collaboration Mission StatementThe role of the collaboration is to advance SC RF technology research and development and related accelerator aspects across the broad diversity of scientific applications, and to keep open and provide a bridge for communication and sharing of ideas, developments, and testing across projects.

    To this end TTF and module test stands will continue to be used as a test bed for new developments and experiments in SRF technology, beam and light physics, and associated developments such as instrumentation and diagnostics.

    The collaboration will support and encourage free and open exchange of knowledge, expertise, engineering designs, and equipment.

    Albrecht Wagner

  • Comments about KEK/DESY CollaborationDESY would very much like to strengthen the collaboration furtherIn work on SC test facilities need to carefully synchronise and coordinate R&DDefine precisely all interfaces to guarantee exchange of components etc.In ATF related work interested to test of fast kicker and pulser at ATF.To make the collaboration as efficient as possible try to do as much as possible remotelyDESY and KEK have just signed an agreement on exchange of scientific personnel. We should fill the agreement with life.KEK participation in efforts related to ILC and FEL here at DESY are highly welcome.

    Albrecht Wagner

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