CERN Colloquium

COMMISSIONING OF THE LHC

by Lyn Evans (CERN)

Europe/Zurich
500-1-001 - Main Auditorium (CERN)

500-1-001 - Main Auditorium

CERN

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Description
The LHC construction is now approaching the end and it is now time to prepare for commissioning with beam. The behavior of a proton storage ring is much different to that of LEP, which profited from strong radiation damping to keep the beam stable. Our last experience with a hadron collider at CERN goes back more than 15 years when the proton-antiproton collider last operated. Ppbar taught us a lot about the machine physics of bunched beam proton storage rings and was essential input for the design of the LHC. After a short presentation of where we stand today with machine installation and hardware commissioning, I will discuss the main machine physics issues that will have to be dealt with in the LHC.

The Colloquium will also be broadcasted in AB Auditorium im Meyrin, AB Auditorium in Prevessin and AT Auditorium.

*Tea & coffee will be served at 16:00.
Slides
Video in CDS
Organized by

L. Alvarez-Gaume / PH-TH

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