To fully understand and optimize the properties of a beam in an accelerator, storage ring or light source, a beam loss monitoring system is essential.
This typically includes localized detectors with high sensitivity and dynamic range, as well as distributed systems, such as optical fibers, to cover the entire machine range. Numerical studies underpin system design and allow for a detailed analysis of experimental data.
This two-day international workshop will provide an overview of the current state of the art in beam loss monitoring. It will discuss research and development being undertaken and ambitions to further improve the performance of existing and future devices. It will also focus on Monte Carlo tools and accelerator collimation systems.
The workshop will be held at the Residencia d' Investigadores, Barcelona, close to the city centre.
In addition to invited talks, there will be opportunities for contributed talks which will be selected from all submitted abstracts.
Registration deadline 31 August 2016
Abstract submission deadline 15 August 2016