WAMHTS-5

from Thursday, 11 April 2019 (12:30) to Saturday, 13 April 2019 (20:30)
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        : Sessions
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        : Breaks
11 Apr 2019
12 Apr 2019
13 Apr 2019
AM
08:30
Session 2 - Soren Prestemon (LBNL) (until 10:20) ()
08:30 Status of 32 T and 40 T at NHMFL and target for conductor for frontier magnets (20' + 5') - Lance Cooley (Fermilab)   ()
08:55 Study on quench protection conditions of conduction-cooled coated-conductor magnets (20' + 5') - Naoyuki Amemiya (Kyoto University)   ()
09:20 BNL experience with NI coils (25' + 5') - Ramesh Gupta (BNL)   ()
09:50 Stability and quench dynamic behaviour of REBCO coils for spherical Tokamaks R&D (25'+5') - Greg Brittles (Tokamak Energy)   ()
10:20 --- Coffee Break ---
10:40
Session 2 - Soren Prestemon (LBNL) (until 12:10) ()
10:40 Summary of the experience with NI solenoids: does NI really work? (30' + 5') - Seungyong Hahn (Seoul National University)   ()
11:15 Feather-M2.3-4 and electro-magnetic and thermal analysis of large partially insulated coils (25' + 5') - Jeroen Van Nugteren (CERN)   ()
11:45 Non-voltage quench detection and localization development for HTS (20' + 5') - Maxim Marchevsky (LBNL)   ()
08:30
Discussion on inter-laboratory collaboration improving - Lucio Rossi (CERN) (until 10:30) ()
PM
12:30 --- Buffet Lunch for WAMHTS-5 Workshop particpants ---
13:30 Welcome - Lucio Rossi (CERN)   ()
13:40
Session 1 - Carmine Senatore (University of Geneva) (until 16:10) ()
13:40 REBCO tapes and conductor: what we understand dand what we do not (20' + 5') - Lance Cooley (Fermilab)   ()
14:05 REBCO High-field measurements overview (15' + 5') - Ashleigh Francis (NHMFL)   ()
14:25 Recent results of H2020-ARIES HTS Program (15'+5') - Carmine Senatore (University of Geneva)   ()
14:45 Ac losses and field quality of ramp-up and down magnets wound with RE-123 coated conductors for accelerator applications (20' + 5') - Prof. Naoyuki Amemiya (Kyoto University)   ()
15:10 Calculating screening current effects in REBCO devices and coils (15' + 5') - Lorenzo Bortot (CERN)   ()
15:30 Transposition in superconducting cables: are there differences between LTS and HTS? - Davide Uglietti (EPFL)   ()
15:50 Contact resistance and current sharing of superconducting cables (15' + 5') - Virginia Phifer (Florida State Univ)   ()
16:10 --- Coffee Break ---
16:35
Session 2 - Stephen Gourlay (LBNL) (until 18:10) ()
16:35 CORC based REBCO conductor for detector magnets (20'+5') - Herman Ten Kate (CERN)   ()
17:00 HTS Modelling advance (20' + 5') - Marco Breschi (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   ()
17:25 Cable behaviour and specific issues with HTS tapes (20' + 5') - Pierluigi Bruzzone (EPFL-SPC)   ()
19:30 --- Social Dinner ---
12:10
Special topics - Naoyuki Amemiya (Kyoto University) (until 12:55) ()
12:10 New tape architecture for increasing quench velocity (20' + 5') - Christian Lacroix (CERN)   ()
12:35 New proposal for HTS gantry (15'+5') - Enrico Felcini (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne (CH))   ()
12:55 --- Buffet Lunch ---
14:00
Session 5 - Gijs De Rijk (CERN) (until 15:40) ()
14:00 Review of Medical application for HTS (20' + 5') - Arno Godeke (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   ()
14:25 Review of Power application for HTS (20'+5') - Mathias Noe (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
14:50 Review of Science application for HTS (20'+5') - Stephen Gourlay (LBNL)   ()
15:15 MIT HTS conductor program for the fusion and oveview on vasrious HTS Fusion programs (20'+5') - Dr Joseph Minervini (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   ()
15:40 --- Coffee Break ---
16:00
Session 4 - Lucio Rossi (CERN) (until 18:20) ()
16:00 Introduction: Which points are critical to address in R&D programs? Are we covering all what we need? - Lucio Rossi (CERN)   ()
16:05 CEA R&D for HTS (15'+5') - Thibault LECREVISSE (Université Paris-Saclay (FR))   ()
16:25 US R&D for HTS accelerator magnets (20'+5') - Soren Prestemon (LBNL)   ()
16:50 CERN activities for HTS conductor development (15' + 5') - Maxime Matras (CERN)   ()
17:10 CERN R&D for HTS magnets (15' + 5') - Gijs De Rijk (CERN)   ()
17:30 Guided discussion on critical points and how to boost solution through collaboration   ()