Mini MeVArc meeting

from Monday, 21 March 2016 (08:00) to Wednesday, 23 March 2016 (18:00)
CERN (6/2-004)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
21 Mar 2016
22 Mar 2016
23 Mar 2016
AM
08:30
Group discussions (until 12:30) (6/2-004)
08:30
Modeling and Simulation (until 12:30) (6/2-004)
08:30 Thermo-electrical simulations of field emitters - the influence of Nottingham effect - Vahur Zadin (University of Tartu)   (6/2-004)
09:00 Pre-breakdown electron emission theory - Andreas Kyritsakis (University of Helsinki)   (6/2-004)
09:30 Coffee   (6/2-004)
10:00 Stochastic model for breakdown induced through plastic activity - an update - Yinon Ashkenazy (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (IL))   (6/2-004)
10:30 The stability of nanotips and nanowires and the effect of electric fields - Ville Jansson (University of Helsinki)   (6/2-004)
08:30
Group discussions (until 12:30) (6/2-004)
PM
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Overview presentations (until 18:00) (6/2-004)
14:00 Welcome and Introduction   (6/2-004)
14:05 Modeling of vacuum breakdowns at University of Helsinki - Flyura Djurabekova (University of Helsinki)   (6/2-004)
14:35 Vacuum arc studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Yinon Ashkenazy (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (IL))   (6/2-004)
15:05 Introduction to the CLIC high-gradient development program - Walter Wuensch (CERN)   (6/2-004)
15:35 Coffee   (6/2-004)
16:05 RF Breakdown analysis for space microwave components in realistic scenarios: digital modulated signals. Application to Galileo Navigation system - Benito Gimeno (University of Valencia)   (6/2-004)
16:35 High-Gradient Electrode Study for Pulsed Electron Gun - Martin Paraliev (PSI)   (6/2-004)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Experiments (until 18:00) (6/2-004)
14:00 In-SEM field emission studies - Jim Alexander Ogren (Uppsala University (SE))   (6/2-004)
14:30 Radiation and field emission in rf structures - Maria Kastriotou (University of Liverpool (GB))   (6/2-004)
15:00 Laser-induced asymmetric faceting and growth of nano-protrusion on a tungsten tip - Hirofumi Yanagisawa (Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics)   (6/2-004)
15:30 Coffee   (6/2-004)
16:00 Breakdown location with UCXS spectrometer at XBox2 - Anton Tropp (University of Uppsala) Marek Jacewicz (Uppsala University (SE))   (6/2-004)
16:30 Recent rf high-gradient testing results - Jorge Giner Navarro (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular (ES))   (6/2-004)
17:00 Comparison of pulsed dc and rf: conditioning and statistics - Walter Wuensch (CERN)   (6/2-004)
19:00 --- Workshop dinner ---
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Analysis and microscopy (until 18:00) (6/2-004)
14:00 Correlating RF and DC breakdown through SEM of post-mortem electrodes - Ayelet Yashar (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)   (6/2-004)
14:30 Surface and subsurface effects of breakdown - Inna Popov (T)   (6/2-004)
15:00 Coffee   (6/2-004)
15:30 SEM analysis of the crab cavity - Ben Woolley (CERN) Enrique Rodriguez Castro (University of Vigo (ES))   (6/2-004)