FCC Week 2015

from Sunday, March 22, 2015 (10:00 AM) to Sunday, March 29, 2015 (3:20 AM)
Marriott Georgetown Hotel

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Mar 22, 2015
Mar 23, 2015
Mar 24, 2015
Mar 25, 2015
Mar 26, 2015
Mar 27, 2015
AM
7:00 AM --- Breakfast for all FCC participants ---
8:30 AM
Plenary Session: Welcome and Study overview - Fabiola Gianotti (CERN) (until 10:15 AM) (ROOM A)
8:30 AM Opening Address - Congressmann B. Foster   (ROOM A)
8:50 AM Welcome address - A. della Corte   (ROOM A)
8:55 AM Welcome address - Bruce Strauss (US DOE)   (ROOM A)
9:00 AM FCC study overview and status - Michael Benedikt (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Slides
9:30 AM Physics motivation - Jesse Thaler   (ROOM A)
Slides
10:15 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:45 AM
Plenary Session: Overview on experiments studies hh, ee, he - Nigel S. Lockyer (FNAL) (until 12:15 PM) (ROOM A)
10:45 AM Overview on experiment studies hh, ee, he - Patrick Janot (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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11:15 AM FCC-hh machine overview - Daniel Schulte (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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11:45 AM FCC-ee machine overview - Frank Zimmermann (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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7:00 AM --- Breakfast for all FCC participants ---
8:30 AM
FCC-ee - Lucie Linssen (CERN) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM B)
8:30 AM First look at detector requirements at FCC-ee - Mogens Dam (NBI Copenhagen)   (ROOM B)
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8:55 AM Event rates and online issues - Christos Leonidopoulos (Edinburgh Univ.)   (ROOM B)
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9:10 AM CEPC detector and physics studies - Hongbo Zhu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (ROOM B)
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9:30 AM ILD detector at H/Z factory - Graham Wilson (Kansas Univ.)   (ROOM B)
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9:50 AM Wireless data transmission - Sebastien Ceuterickx (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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8:30 AM
FCC-hh - Andrei Seryi (JAI) (until 9:50 AM) (ROOM A)
8:30 AM Lessons from SSC and VLHC - Michael Syphers (MSU)   (ROOM A)
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8:50 AM SPPC - Jingyu Tang (IHEP)   (ROOM A)
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9:10 AM LHC experience - Oliver Bruning (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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9:30 AM Layout and arc lattice design - Barbara Dalena (CEA Saclay)   (ROOM A)
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8:30 AM
Superconducting RF - Andrew Hutton (JLAB) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM C)
8:30 AM Scenarios and challenges for FCC-ee - Andrew Butterworth (CERN)   (ROOM C)
Abstract
Slides
8:50 AM A compact, modular cryomodule concept suitable for a range of applications and for industrial production - Robert Rimmer (JLAB)   (ROOM C)
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9:10 AM Assembly experience of large scale production CM for different applications - Olivier Napoly (CEA/Saclay)   (ROOM C)
Paper
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9:30 AM Performance results from elliptical cavities - Eckhard Elsen (DESY)   (ROOM C)
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9:50 AM Preliminary design of the CEPC SRF system - Jiyuan Zhai (IHEP)   (ROOM C)
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9:50 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:30 AM
FCC-ee - Albert De Roeck (CERN) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM B)
10:30 AM Summary of electroweak precision measurements - Prof. Doreen Wackeroth (SUNY Buffalo)   (ROOM B)
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10:50 AM Electroweak radiative corrections and alpha_EM(mz) determinations - Sbyszek Was (Krakow)   (ROOM B)
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11:05 AM QED and EW and hadronic corrections for Bhabha event generators - Janusz Gluza (Silesia Univ.)   (ROOM B)
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11:20 AM CP violation in Higgs decays - Felix Yu (JGU Mainz)   (ROOM B)
Paper
Slides
11:35 AM Discussion   (ROOM B)
10:30 AM
FCC-hh - Swapan Chattopadhyay (NIU/FNAL) (until 11:50 AM) (ROOM A)
10:30 AM Beam-beam effects - Vladimir Shiltsev (FNAL)   (ROOM A)
Slides
10:50 AM Collimation system design - Maria Fiascaris (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Abstract
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11:10 AM Injection and extraction - Wolfgang Bartmann (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Abstract
Slides
11:30 AM Injector considerations - Brennan Goddard (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Slides
summary
10:30 AM
Superconducting RF - Peter Mcintosh (SFTC) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM C)
10:30 AM Cavity fabrication concepts: rapid forming - Enzo Palmieri (LNF-INFN)   (ROOM C)
Slides
10:50 AM Fundamental power couplers - Eric Montesinos (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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11:10 AM Advances and perspectives in SRF bulk NB developments - Oliver Kugeler (HZB)   (ROOM C)
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11:30 AM Highly HOM-damped cavities - Sergey Belomestnykh (BNL)   (ROOM C)
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11:50 AM Past, present and future prospects of SRF ingot niobium technology - Ganapati Myneni (ISOHIM)   (ROOM C)
Slides
7:00 AM --- Breakfast for all FCC participants ---
8:30 AM
FCC-ee - Katsunobu Oide (KEK) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM B)
8:30 AM Lattice optimization and emittance tuning - Bastian Harer (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (ROOM B)
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9:00 AM IR designs & dynamic aperture - Roman Martin (Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin (DE))   (ROOM B)
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9:30 AM Synchrotron radiation in IR region SR + comment on BBREM (rad.Bhabha) lifetime - Helmut Burkhardt (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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9:50 AM Mono-chromatization - Angeles Faus-Golfe (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular (ES))   (ROOM B)
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8:30 AM
FCC-hh - Abid Patwa (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US)) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM A)
8:30 AM Performance requirements and design options - Werner Riegler (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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9:00 AM Experience with VLHC detector desin - Dmitri Denisov (FNAL)   (ROOM A)
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9:30 AM Magnet system: challenges and possible solutions - Herman Ten Kate   (ROOM A)
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8:30 AM
High Field SC Magnets - GianLuca Sabbi (LBNL) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM C)
8:30 AM Overview of FCC-hh lattice and IR - Barbara Dalena (CEA/IRFU)   (ROOM C)
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9:00 AM Magnet specifications - Ezio Todesco (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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9:30 AM Challenges and limitations of a 100 km magnet string - Rudiger Schmidt (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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10:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:30 AM
FCC-ee - Weiren Chou (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM B)
10:30 AM 1-ring/2-ring issues - Katsunobu Oide (KEK)   (ROOM B)
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10:50 AM Staging scenarios - Uli Wienands (SLAC)   (ROOM B)
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11:10 AM Impedance and collective effects - Mauro Migliorati (University of Rome "LA SAPIENZA")   (ROOM B)
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11:30 AM Beam-beam simulations - kazuhito ohmi (KEK)   (ROOM B)
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10:30 AM
FCC-hh experiments - Guido Emilio Tonelli (Universita di Pisa & INFN) (until 12:30 PM) (ROOM A)
10:30 AM Tracking system technology challenges and possible evolution - Lucie Linssen (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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10:55 AM Calorimetry challenges and possible evolution - Francesco Lanni (BNL)   (ROOM A)
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11:20 AM Muon detection and identification challenges - Marcello Abbrescia (INFN Bari)   (ROOM A)
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11:45 AM Digital Hadronic Calorimetry for e+e- and pp colliders - Yasar Onel (University of Iowa (US)) Burak Bilki (University of Iowa (US))   (ROOM A)
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12:05 PM sMDT muon tracking chambers for FCC-hh detectors - Hubert Kroha (MPI Munich)   (ROOM A)
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10:30 AM
High Field SC Magnets - Carmine Senatore (University of Geneva) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM C)
10:30 AM Challenges and results of conductor production for ITER - Pierluigi Bruzzone (EPFL-CRPP)   (ROOM C)
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11:00 AM Advances in LTS and HTS (LTSW) - David Larbalestier (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory)   (ROOM C)
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11:30 AM FCC conductor challenges - Amalia Ballarino (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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7:00 AM --- Breakfast for all FCC participants ---
8:30 AM
High field magnets challenges - Herman Ten Kate (CERN) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM B)
8:30 AM Experience from large-scale magnet production (learning curve) - Paolo Fessia (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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8:50 AM Conductor cost analysis - Lance Cooley (FNAL)   (ROOM B)
9:10 AM Overview of magnet design options for dipoles in the 16 T range 8LTS) - GianLuca Sabbi (LBNL)   (ROOM B)
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9:30 AM Radiation challenges in the FCC - Nikolai Mokhov (FNAL)   (ROOM B)
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8:30 AM
Infrastructure & Operation - Lluis Secundino Miralles Verge (CERN) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM C)
8:30 AM Civil engineering and geology - John Andrew Osborne (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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8:50 AM Transport and handling considerations - Ingo Ruehl (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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9:10 AM A key quality attribute of a Future Circular Collider: availability performance (RAMS) - Peter Sollander (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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9:30 AM Preliminary Power Estimates for the FCC-hh - Rende Steerenberg (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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8:30 AM
Physics & Phenomenology - Jonathan R. Ellis (CERN) (until 10:00 AM) (ROOM D)
8:30 AM EW Precision measurements summary - Roberto Tenchini (Universita di Pisa & INFN)   (ROOM D)
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9:00 AM Summary of potential for Higgs precision measurements - Markus Klute (MIT)   (ROOM D)
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9:30 AM BSM discovery in flavor physics and rare decays - Jure Zupan (Cincinnati Univ.)   (ROOM D)
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8:30 AM
Technologies R&D Working Group - Yasunori Tanimoto (KEK) (until 10:05 AM) (ROOM A)
8:30 AM Potential countermeasures against the very large SR heat load in FCC-hh (contributed talk) - Roberto Cimino (Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare Frascati (IT))   (ROOM A)
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8:50 AM Potential reduction of the beam impedance by using HTS coating technology (incl. FCC hh compatibility issues) - Gennady Stupakov (SLAC)   (ROOM A)
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9:05 AM R&D on non-invasive beam profile measurements - Adam Jeff (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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9:25 AM RadHard warm magnet coils - Paolo Fessia (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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9:45 AM Study of a magnetic refrigeration stage - François Millet (CEA Grenoble)   (ROOM A)
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10:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:30 AM
Beam Transfer Systems & Instrumentation - Egbert Fischer (GSI) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM A)
10:30 AM Superconducting septa and fast ramped cosine-theta magnets - Egbert Fischer (GSI)   (ROOM A)
Slides
10:50 AM Further R&D on beam instrumentation for high energy proton colliders - Hermann Schmickler (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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11:10 AM Semiconductor switch designs - Mike Barnes (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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11:30 AM Beam Dump concepts & design - Wolfgang Bartmann (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Abstract
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11:50 AM Discussion   (ROOM A)
10:30 AM
High Field SC Magnets -Dr Peter Wanderer (BNL) Giorgio Apollinari (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM B)
10:30 AM The FCC magnet homework and overview of options - Luca Bottura (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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10:50 AM Dipole design at the 16 T frontier - Alexander Zlobin (FNAL)   (ROOM B)
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11:10 AM Canted cosine-theta for 16 T - Shlomo Caspi (LBNL)   (ROOM B)
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11:30 AM LTS high-field magnet design options for FCC-hh - Daniel Schoerling (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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10:30 AM
Infrastructure & Operation - Christoph Haberstroh (TU Dresden) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM C)
10:30 AM Cryogenics - Laurent Jean Tavian (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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10:50 AM Large-capacity helium refrigeration: from state-of-the-art towards FCC reference solutions - François Millet (CEA Grenoble)   (ROOM C)
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11:10 AM Cryogenic refrigeration with neon-helium mixtures: roadmap and first results of TU Dresden study - Steffen Klöppel (TU Dresden)   (ROOM C)
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11:30 AM Cooling the FCC beam screens - Laurent Jean Tavian (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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10:30 AM
Physics & Phenomenology - Dmitri Denisov (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US)) (until 12:00 PM) (ROOM D)
10:30 AM Sensitivity to new physics of precision Higgs and EW observables - Jiji Fan (Syracuse Univ.)   (ROOM D)
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11:00 AM H selfcouplings, vector-boson scattering at high mass, high-energy probes of EWSB - Minho Son (EPFL)   (ROOM D)
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11:30 AM BSM Higgs sectors - David Curtin (Maryland Univ.)   (ROOM D)
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7:00 AM --- Breakfast for all FCC participants ---
8:30 AM
Plenary: Summaries - Frederick Bordry (CERN) (until 10:30 AM) (ROOM A)
8:30 AM Summary FCC-hh and FCC-ee collider - Michael Syphers (Michigan State University) Uli Wienands (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (ROOM A)
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9:30 AM Summary infrastructures - Philippe Lebrun (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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9:45 AM Summary technologies - Jose Miguel Jimenez (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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10:00 AM Summary magnets - Ezio Todesco (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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10:15 AM Summary RF - Dr Robert Rimmer (JLab)   (ROOM A)
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10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Plenary: Summaries - Andrew James Lankford (University of California Irvine (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (ROOM A)
11:00 AM Physics & phenomenology - Michelangelo Mangano (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Slides
11:30 AM Experiments hh, ee, he - Alain Blondel (Universite de Geneve (CH)) Max Klein (Liverpool Univ.) Werner Riegler (CERN)   (ROOM A)
PM
3:00 PM --- Registration ---
12:15 PM --- Lunch break ---
1:45 PM
Plenary Session: Magnets, RF, Technologies - Bruce Strauss (U.S. Department of Energy) (until 3:15 PM) (ROOM A)
1:45 PM Magnets and RF - Luca Bottura (CERN) Erk Jensen (CERN)   (ROOM A)
2:30 PM Technologies - Jose Miguel Jimenez (CERN)   (ROOM A)
3:15 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:45 PM
Plenary session: Infrastructures; Common physics SW and simulations; Computing - Roberto Tenchini (Universita di Pisa & INFN) (until 5:15 PM) (ROOM A)
3:45 PM FCC infrastructure & operation studies: progress and outlook - Philippe Lebrun (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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4:15 PM Common physics SW and simulations - Benedikt Hegner (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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4:45 PM Evolution of HEP Computing towards FCC - Ian Bird (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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5:15 PM --- Teatime ---
6:00 PM
Plenary session: European strategy and CERN; US activities related to future colliders -Prof. Akira Yamamoto (KEK) (until 7:00 PM) (ROOM A)
6:00 PM European strategy and CERN - Frederick Bordry (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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6:15 PM US activities related to future colliders - James Siegrist (D)   (ROOM A)
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7:00 PM --- Welcome reception ---
12:00 PM --- Lunch Break ---
1:30 PM
FCC-ee -Prof. Rick Van Kooten (Indiana University) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM B)
1:30 PM Top physics at FCC-ee - Patrizia Azzi (INFN Padova)   (ROOM B)
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1:50 PM Dark matter and BSM searches at FCC-ee - Maurizio Pierini (CALTECH)   (ROOM B)
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2:10 PM Flavour physics at FCC-ee - Stephane Monteil (Blaise Pascal Univ.)   (ROOM B)
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2:25 PM Sterile neutrinos at FCC - Alain Blondel (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (ROOM B)
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2:40 PM Discussion   (ROOM B)
1:30 PM
FCC-hh - Mei Bai (Forschungszentrum GmbH) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM A)
1:30 PM Arc vacuum considerations and design - Cedric Garion (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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1:50 PM Single beam collective effects - Uwe Niedermayer (TU Darmstadt)   (ROOM A)
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2:10 PM RF system and feedback - Wolfgang Hofle (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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2:30 PM Electron cloud effects and mititgation - kazuhito ohmi (KEK)   (ROOM A)
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1:30 PM
Superconducting RF - Enzo Palmieri (LNF-INFN) (until 3:10 PM) (ROOM C)
1:30 PM Ultraefficient superconducting RF cavities for FCC - Alexander Romanenko (FNAL)   (ROOM C)
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1:40 PM Advances in development of Nb coating technology - Anne-Marie Valente (JLAB)   (ROOM C)
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summary
2:00 PM Perspectives of SRF performance of Nb coatings - Sarah Aull (CERN)   (ROOM C)
Abstract
Slides
2:20 PM Advances in development of diffused Nb3Sn cavities - Matthias Liepe (Cornell Univ.)   (ROOM C)
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2:40 PM Development of non-Nb coatings - Alexander Gurevich (ODU)   (ROOM C)
3:00 PM Thin films SRF studies in ASTEeC - Reza Valizadeh (STFC)   (ROOM C)
Slides
3:00 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:00 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:10 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:30 PM
FCC-he - Oliver Bruning (CERN) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM B)
3:30 PM Introduction - Max Klein (Liverpool Univ.)   (ROOM B)
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3:45 PM eh accelerator prospects - Frank Zimmermann (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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4:00 PM Circular ERL - Alessandra Valloni (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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4:15 PM Beam-beam effects in ep - Edward William Nissen (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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4:30 PM Linear ERL - Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko (BNL)   (ROOM B)
3:30 PM
FCC-hh - Nikolai Mokhov (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US)) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM A)
3:30 PM MDI Overview - Werner Riegler (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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3:50 PM Interaction region design - Andrei Seryi (JAI)   (ROOM A)
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4:10 PM Parameters and luminosity performance - Xavier Buffat (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Abstract
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4:30 PM FCC-hh as a heavy-ion collider - John Jowett (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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3:30 PM
Superconducting RF - Erk Jensen (CERN) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM C)
3:40 PM High power solid state amplifiers technology – start of the art, advances & perspectives - Georgy Sharkov (Siemens Research Center)   (ROOM C)
4:05 PM Development of klystrons with ultimately high - 90% RF power production efficiency - Christopher Lingwood (Lancaster Univ.)   (ROOM C)
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4:30 PM High power IOTs - Morten Jensen (ESS)   (ROOM C)
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5:00 PM --- Teatime ---
5:30 PM
EuroCirCol schedule Working Group - Michael Benedikt (CERN) (until 7:00 PM) (ROOM B)
notes
paper
slides
5:30 PM
Gender Equality Working Group - Genevieve Guinot (CERN) Frank Zimmermann (CERN) (until 7:00 PM) (ROOM A)
5:30 PM Introduction - Genevieve Guinot (CERN) Frank Zimmermann (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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5:35 PM Personal experience as spokesperson of the ATLAS Collaboration - Fabiola Gianotti (CERN)   (ROOM A)
5:40 PM APS actions to promote women in physics - Ted Hodapp (APS)   (ROOM A)
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5:50 PM IEEE-WIE - Retention of women in technical disciplines - Kate Duncan   (ROOM A)
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6:00 PM DOE -Programmes and interagency work to promote women and girls in STEM - AnneMarie Horowitz (DOE)   (ROOM A)
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6:10 PM NSF - ADVANCE programme - Jessie DeAro (NSF)   (ROOM A)
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6:20 PM Example of targeted communication and outreach activities - Cristina Martin Perez (Universidad Complutense (ES))   (ROOM A)
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5:30 PM
Industry Fast Track - Luca Bottura (CERN) (until 7:00 PM) (ROOM C)
5:30 PM BRUKER EST - Bernd Sailer (Bruker EAS GmbH)   (ROOM C)
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5:40 PM COLUMBUS SUPERCONDUCTORS - Gianni Grasso   (ROOM C)
5:50 PM FURUKAWA - Il Hideki   (ROOM C)
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6:00 PM LAKE SHORE CRYOTRONICS - Shane Hritz   (ROOM C)
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6:10 PM LUVATA - Hem Kanithi   (ROOM C)
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6:20 PM INTRODUCTION TO OST - Mark Glajchen (Oxford Superconducting Technology)   (ROOM C)
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6:30 PM RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES - Marcos Ruelas   (ROOM C)
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6:40 PM SH COPPER PRODUCTS - Katsumi Miyashita (katsumi.miyashita.ej@shcopper.com)   (ROOM C)
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6:50 PM WST - Jianfeng Li   (ROOM C)
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12:00 PM --- Lunch Break ---
12:00 PM --- Lunch break ---
12:30 PM --- Lunch break ---
1:30 PM
Contributed Talks - Accelerators 1 - Stephen Peggs (BNL) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM A)
1:30 PM Concept of a Collimation System with Enhanced Operational Stability and Performance - Ralph Wolfgang Assmann (DESY)   (ROOM A)
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1:50 PM Design issues of the LHC as injector - Werner Herr (CERN)   (ROOM A)
Abstract
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2:05 PM Focusing and Space Charge Compensation of Beams with Electron Columns - Kathrin Schulte (Institute for Applied Physics)   (ROOM A)
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2:20 PM Emittance evolution in hadron colliders - Valeri Lebedev (Fermilab)   (ROOM A)
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2:35 PM Scaling behavior of circular colliders - Richard Talman (Cornell)   (ROOM A)
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1:30 PM
FCC-ee - John Seeman (SLAC) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM B)
1:30 PM Arc vacuum design, SR absorbers & shielding - Roberto Kersevan (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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1:50 PM Criteria for IR designs including background & heating - Michael Sullivan (SLAC)   (ROOM B)
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2:10 PM Losses in IR region - Manuela Boscolo   (ROOM B)
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2:30 PM Energy calibration options - Mike Koratzinos (Geneva Univ.)   (ROOM B)
1:30 PM
High Field SC Magnets - Amalia Ballarino (CERN) Bruce Strauss (U.S. Department of Energy) (until 2:55 PM) (ROOM C)
1:30 PM Opportunities for Nb3SN Development (OST) - Mike Field (OST)   (ROOM C)
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1:40 PM Industry response to the FCC specifications (Bruker) - K. Schlenga (Bruker)   (ROOM C)
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1:50 PM Industry response to the FCC specifications (Luvata) - H. Kanithi (Luvata)   (ROOM C)
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2:00 PM Industry response to the FCC specifications (Bochvar/TVEL) - Victor Pantsyrny (Bochvqar/TVEL)   (ROOM C)
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2:10 PM Industry response to the FCC specifications (WST) - Weitao Liu (WST)   (ROOM C)
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2:20 PM Industry response to the FCC specifications (SH Copper Products) - Katsumi Miyashita (SG Copper Products)   (ROOM C)
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2:30 PM Status of A15 developments in Japan - Tatsushi Nakamoto (KEK)   (ROOM C)
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3:00 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:30 PM
FCC-ee - Uli Wienands (SLAC) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM B)
3:30 PM Prospects for FCC-ee polarization - Eliana Gianfelice-Wendt (FNAL)   (ROOM B)
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summary
3:50 PM Injector options - John Seeman (SLAC)   (ROOM B)
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4:10 PM Top-up injection - Masamitsu Aiba (PSI)   (ROOM B)
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4:30 PM CepC booster design - Huiping Geng (IHEP)   (ROOM B)
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3:30 PM
FCC-he - Claire Gwenlan (University of Oxford) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM A)
3:30 PM A new detector for ep/eA - Peter Kostka (Liverpool Univ.)   (ROOM A)
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3:45 PM IR magnet design - Brett Parker (BNL)   (ROOM A)
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4:00 PM Higgs in ep - Max Klein (Liverpool Univ.)   (ROOM A)
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4:15 PM PDFs - Fred Olness (Southern Methodist Univ.)   (ROOM A)
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4:30 PM BSM - Georges Azuelos (Montreal Univ.)   (ROOM A)
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4:45 PM Electron-ion scattering - Mateusz Ploskon (LBNL)   (ROOM A)
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3:30 PM
High Field SC Magnets - Pierre Vedrine (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR)) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM C)
3:30 PM Report from WAM-HTS2 and opportunities for HTS - Naoyuki Amemiya (Kyoto Univ.)   (ROOM C)
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3:50 PM HTS coils for high field hybrid FCC dipole - Ramesh Gupta (BNL)   (ROOM C)
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4:10 PM HTS magnet technology and challenges for high field science - Mark Bird (NHMFL)   (ROOM C)
4:30 PM Synergy and impact of the FCC magnet technology R&D with NMR, MRI and high-field magnet science - Antoine Dael (CEA)   (ROOM C)
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5:00 PM --- Teatime ---
5:30 PM
Communications Working Group - James Gillies (CERN) (until 7:00 PM) (ROOM C)
5:30 PM Welcome - Dr Fabiola Gianotti (CERN)   (ROOM C)
5:35 PM Objectives of the workshop - James Gillies (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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5:45 PM Communicating the future: future circular colliders - Rick Borchelt (DOE)   (ROOM C)
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6:00 PM A communication strategy for FCC - James Gillies (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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6:15 PM EU Project TEAM Communication - Adam Jeff (University of Liverpool (GB))   (ROOM C)
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6:30 PM Breakout groups - James Gillies (CERN) Katie Yurkewicz (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (Fermilab)) Cristina Martin Perez (Universidad Complutense (ES))   (ROOM C)
6:50 PM Wrap up and conclusions - James Gillies (CERN)   (ROOM C)
5:30 PM
Contributed talks - Accelerators 2 -Dr Ralph Wolfgang Assmann (DESY) (until 7:00 PM) (ROOM A)
5:30 PM Status of the CEPC Interaction Region Design - Dr Yiwei Wang (IHEP Beijing)   (ROOM A)
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5:50 PM Lattice design for CEPC main ring - Huiping Geng (IHEP)   (ROOM A)
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6:10 PM Tomographic examination of superconducting wires - Matthias Hagner   (ROOM A)
6:30 PM Influence of design parameters on the electromechanical properties of high performance Nb3Sn wires under mechanical loads - Carmine Senatore (University of Geneva)   (ROOM A)
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5:30 PM
Special Technologies - Francis Perez (ALBA) (until 7:00 PM) (ROOM B)
5:30 PM Cryogenic beam vacuum specificities applicable to FCC hh - Vincent Baglin (CERN)   (ROOM B)
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5:50 PM Cold test stands for cryogenic beam vacuum qualification - Alexander Krasnov (BINP)   (ROOM B)
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6:10 PM The KEK photon beamline for desorption studies: preliminary results and plans for future studies in the FCC hh context - Yasunori Tanimoto (KEK)   (ROOM B)
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6:30 PM Present and future surface modifications for the mitigation of electron clouds in cryogenic beam vacuum systems - Reza Valizadeh (STFC)   (ROOM B)
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6:50 PM Potential countermeasures against the very large SR heat load in FCC-hh (Contributed talk) - Roberto Cimino (LNF-INFN)   (ROOM B)
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8:30 PM --- Workshop Banquet ---
12:00 PM --- Lunch Break ---
1:30 PM
Beam Dump & Collimators: Materials & Engineering Breakthroughs - Olivier Brunner (CERN) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM A)
1:30 PM Energy deposition challenges: What are the best materials for collimators? - Anton Lechner (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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2:00 PM Evolution and limits of the present collimation materials studies - Alessandro Bertarelli (CERN)   (ROOM A)
2:30 PM State-of-the-art and future of additive manufacturing - Daniel France (3T-RPD)   (ROOM A)
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1:30 PM
High Field SC Magnets - Tatsushi Nakamoto (KEK) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM B)
1:30 PM Block design for 16 T - GianLuca Sabbi (LBNL)   (ROOM B)
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1:50 PM 16 T dipole magnet design options - Ramesh Gupta (BNL)   (ROOM B)
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2:10 PM High, low, jack and the game - Peter McIntyre (Texas A&M Univ.)   (ROOM B)
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2:30 PM Magnetic design study for a high-field common coil magnet - Qingjin XU (IHEP)   (ROOM B)
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1:30 PM
Infrastructure & Operation - Ralf Trant (CERN) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM C)
1:30 PM Control concepts for future circular accelerators: why it is not to early to speak about them - Philippe Gayet (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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1:50 PM Lessons learnt and new concepts for conventional safety in FCC - Andre Henriques (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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2:10 PM Optimised civil engineering layout for radiation protection in FCC - Markus Widorski (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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2:30 PM Discussion   (ROOM C)
1:30 PM
Physics & Phenomenology - Raman Sundrum (University of Maryland) (until 3:00 PM) (ROOM D)
1:30 PM Naturalness at the 100 TeV scale - Nathaniel Craig (UCSB)   (ROOM D)
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2:00 PM Direct BSM exploration at the high-mass frontier - Maurizio Pierini (California Institute of Technology (US))   (ROOM D)
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2:30 PM Precision measurements of alphas, PDF, role of PDF in high-mass BSM studies - Voica Ana Maria Radescu (Heidelberg Univ.)   (ROOM D)
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3:00 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:30 PM
FCC-hh experiments - Roy Aleksan (CEA/IRFU) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM C)
3:30 PM Trigger and data acquisition challenges and possible technology evolution over the next two decades - Wesley Smith (University of Wisconsin)   (ROOM C)
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4:00 PM Performance requirements for Hadron Calorimeters - Sergei Chekanov (Argonne National Laboratory (US))   (ROOM C)
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4:20 PM Beam losses and collision debris studies in Europe - Maria Ilaria Besana (CERN)   (ROOM C)
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4:40 PM FCC-hh beam losses and radiation - Nikolai Mokhov (FNAL)   (ROOM C)
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3:30 PM
High Field SC Magnets - Stephen Gourlay (LBNL) (until 4:50 PM) (ROOM B)
3:30 PM Magnet design slot - scaling study - Jeroen Van Nugteren (Twente Technical Univ.)   (ROOM B)
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3:50 PM D1 for FCC: 6cm single aperture 12 T dipole - Tatsushi Nakamoto (KEK)   (ROOM B)
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4:10 PM D2 for FCC - Pasquale Fabbricatore (INFN)   (ROOM B)
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4:30 PM MQ for FCC - Clement Lorin (CEA/IRFU)   (ROOM B)
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summary
3:30 PM
Magnets (Resistive) & Machine Protection - Mar Capeans Garrido (CERN) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM A)
3:30 PM Architecture of powering and protection systems for high field circuits - Andrzej Siemko (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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3:50 PM Concept & architecture of the machine protection systems - Rudiger Schmidt (CERN)   (ROOM A)
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4:10 PM Beam induced damage and hydrodynamic tunnelling - Naeem Tahir (GSI)   (ROOM A)
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4:30 PM R2E technology challenges for the future - Robert Baumann (TI)   (ROOM A)
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3:30 PM
Physics & Phenomenology - Joseph David Lykken (FNAL) (until 4:30 PM) (ROOM D)
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3:30 PM Dark matter at FCC: theoretical framework - Lian Tao Wang (Chicago Univ.)   (ROOM D)
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4:00 PM Dark matter searches at FCC - Philip Coleman Harris (CERN)   (ROOM D)
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4:30 PM
Physics & Phenomenology - Joseph David Lykken (FNAL) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM D)
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4:30 PM What's next? - Joseph David Lykken (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (ROOM D)
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5:00 PM --- Teatime ---
6:00 PM
Plenary: US R&D activities related to future colliders - Ken MARKEN (U.S. Department of Energy) (until 8:00 PM) (ROOM A)
6:00 PM Review of the LARP program - Giorgio Apollinari (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL))   (ROOM A)
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6:30 PM US plans for SC magnet R&D - Stephen Gourlay (LBNL)   (ROOM A)
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7:00 PM US R&D activities and plans in SCRF and RF power source efficiency - Sergey Belomestnykh (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (ROOM A)
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7:30 PM US HEP community perspective on future circular colliders - Andrew James Lankford (University of California Irvine)   (ROOM A)
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12:30 PM
Conclusions and Outlook - Andrew James Lankford (University of California Irvine (US)) (until 12:45 PM) (ROOM A)
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12:45 PM --- Lunch break ---
2:00 PM
International Collaboration Board - Leonid Rivkin (Paul Scherrer Institute & EPFL) (until 3:30 PM) ()
3:30 PM --- Coffee Break ---
4:00 PM
EuroCirCol Coordination Committee - Michael Benedikt (CERN) (until 5:00 PM) (ROOM A)
5:00 PM FCC Steering Committee   ()