Joint HiLumi LHC / LARP Collaboration Meeting

Europe/Zurich
Description
The aim of the High Luminosity Project (HL-LHC) at CERN is to upgrade the performance of the LHC in order to enable a luminosity of 200-300 fb-1/y. The Project includes a Design Study within the European Framework Programme FP7, called HiLumi LHC, and will take place over a four year time span, from 1st November 2011 to 30th September 2015. The Project is also the main objective of the US LARP Program (LHC Accelerator Research Program) and of the CERN-KEK Collaboration for the upgrade of the LHC. Twenty institutes from the EU research area, the US and Japan participate to the HiLumi LHC Design Study.
The 1st HiLumi LHC Collaboration Meeting will take place at CERN from 16th to 18th November 2011 and will be organised as a joint meeting with LARP (LARP CM17).
On Wednesday 16th November, a typical LARP CM will be organised with a plenary session followed by two parallel sessions (Acc. Physics and Magnet R&D) and the accent will be put on the LARP program and results.
On Wednesday evening, all collaborators will be invited to a Welcome Drink organised by the HiLumi Management Team that will take place at the Glassbox (restaurant no.1) at 7 PM.
On Thursday 17th November, various parallel sessions will be organised for LARP and the HiLumi WPs and the latter will be followed by the first HiLumi LHC Plenary Session, which will be dedicated to the HiLumi LHC management and technical coordination presentations. The 1st HiLumi LHC Collaboration Board will also take place on the second day of the meeting.
On Friday 18th November, a HiLumi LHC Public Session will be organised at CERN in the Main Auditorium to review the HL-LHC program and CERN plan, as well as to discuss the US and Japan involvement and the status of the various WPs.
The participation to the first two days of the meeting will require an invitation and registration on the website will be compulsory. On the third day, the public session will be open to everyone and people are encouraged to attend the session and to advertise this event among their colleagues.

Participants
  • Adriana Rossi
  • Akira Yamamoto
  • Alessandro Drago
  • Alessandro Gallo
  • Alessandro Ratti
  • Alexander Zlobin
  • Alexey Burov
  • Amalia Ballarino
  • Andrzej Wolski
  • Antoine Chance
  • ANTOINE DAEL
  • Anton Bogomyagkov
  • Anton Lechner
  • Barbara Dalena
  • Bernhard Auchmann
  • Brennan Goddard
  • Bruce Strauss
  • Bruno Muratori
  • Bruno Spataro
  • Burkhard Schmidt
  • Carlo Beduz
  • Carmine Senatore
  • Catia Milardi
  • Cecile Noels
  • Chandrashekhara Bhat
  • Christian Kurrer
  • Daniel Cheng
  • Daniel Dietderich
  • Daniel Doherty
  • Dariusz Bocian
  • David Lissauer
  • Deepa ANGAL-KALININ
  • Dimitri Delikaris
  • Dominique Cote
  • Edmond Ciapala
  • Elena Shaposhnikova
  • Elias Metral
  • Eric Jon Prebys
  • Erk Jensen
  • Eugene Levichev
  • Ezio Todesco
  • Francesco Broggi
  • Francesco Cerutti
  • Frank Schmidt
  • Frank Zimmermann
  • Frederic Savary
  • Frederick Bordry
  • Georges Trad
  • Gerard Ferlin
  • Gianluca Sabbi
  • Gianluigi Arduini
  • Gijs De Rijk
  • Gilbert Guignard
  • Gilles Trachez
  • Giorgio Ambrosio
  • Giorgio Apollinari
  • Giovanni Volpini
  • Giulio Stancari
  • Glyn Kirby
  • Graeme Burt
  • Grahame Blair
  • Guram Chlachidze
  • Helene Felice
  • Helmut Burkhardt
  • Herman Ten Kate
  • Herve Allain
  • Hugo Bajas
  • Jean Delayen
  • Jean-Louis Faure
  • Jean-Marc Poncet
  • Jean-Michel Rifflet
  • Jean-Pierre Corso
  • Jean-Pierre Koutchouk
  • Joachim Tuckmantel
  • John D Fox
  • John Jowett
  • Juan Carlos Perez
  • Kate Kahle
  • Leonid Rivkin
  • Luc-Rene Oberli
  • Luca Bottura
  • Luca Ficcadenti
  • Lucio Rossi
  • Luisella Lari
  • Mario Macri
  • Marta Bajko
  • Massimo Giovannozzi
  • Massimo Sorbi
  • Maxim Korostelev
  • Meghan Mc Ateer
  • Michaela Schaumann
  • Michel Luong
  • Michel Segreti
  • Michel SPIRO
  • Michelangelo Mangano
  • Mikhail Zobov
  • Mikko Karppinen
  • Musenich Ricardo
  • Nadine Andrey
  • Nan Phinney
  • Nicolo Biancacci
  • Nikolai Mokhov
  • Olga Zagorodnova
  • Oliver Bruning
  • Paolo Ferracin
  • Paolo Fessia
  • Pasquale Fabbricatore
  • Paul Collier
  • Per Hagen
  • Peter Wanderer
  • Pier Paolo Granieri
  • Pierre Bonnal
  • Qingjin Xu
  • Rainer Wanzenberg
  • Ralph Assmann
  • Reine Versteegen
  • Remy Gauthier
  • Riccardo De Maria
  • Rob Van Weelderen
  • Robert Barrie Appleby
  • Roberto Losito
  • Roberto Saban
  • Roderik Bruce
  • Roland Garoby
  • Roy Aleksan
  • Sandrine Le Naour
  • Shlomo Caspi
  • Simon Canfer
  • Simon Mathieu White
  • Simone Gilardoni
  • Simone Montesano
  • Stefan Paret
  • Stefan Roesler
  • Stefano Redaelli
  • Stephane FARTOUKH
  • Steve Myers
  • Svetlomir Stavrev
  • Sylvain Weisz
  • Sébastien Clément
  • Tatiana Pieloni
  • Tatsushi Nakamoto
  • Tom Markiewicz
  • Udo Wagner
  • Uli Wienands
  • Valentina Previtali
  • Vittorio Boccone
  • Vittorio Parma
  • Vyacheslav Yakovlev
  • Walter Scandale
  • Werner Herr
  • Xavier Buffat
  • Yannis Papaphilippou
  • Yifeng Yang
  • Yunhai Cai
  • Yvon Muttoni
  • Zenghai Li