Energy Management at Research Infrastructures (1): Parallel session A1
- Serge Claudet (CERN)
Dr Atsuto Suzuki (KEK)
Under inflating project- and budget-sizes in accelerator science programs, it is indispensable to save, utilize and eventually manage energies in total throughout a project. Given this backdrop, my presentation is comprised of (1) Current Activities on Energy Management at KEK, (2) A Possible Trial for Saving Energy in Accelerator Component, and (3) A Possible Idea to Save and Utilize Energy...
Mr Stephen Krstulovich (FNAL)
Since the transfer of most research at the “Energy Frontier” to CERN, Fermilab has shifted to the Intensity and Cosmic Frontiers with new projects in the coming decades that depend on much higher beam intensities. So Fermilab is once again pioneering the development of new technologies, like high Q Superconducting RF cavities, higher efficiency RF sources, and more efficient Energy Recovery...
Dr Edward Murphy (BNL)
Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), located on Long Island, New York, USA, has maintained robust energy management and sustainability programs since the first energy crisis in the early 1970’s. Our presentation will overview BNL’s science mission; physical plant infrastructure; energy and carbon footprints; and past energy and sustainability accomplishments. We will also highlight some...
Prof. Helmut Dosch (DESY)
DESY is an internationally renowned centre for the investigation of the structure and function of matter and builds, operates and scientifically exploits brilliant X-ray sources for photon science and detectors and observatories for particle/astroparticle physics. Volatile energy costs, tight operation budgets and increasing environmental concerns require sustainable solutions for instance for...