The Workshop is Postponed due to the current COVID-19 crisis, we hope to re-schedule for late September, Existing subscriptions will remain valid
CERN and Oxford University Engineering Science Department are pleased to announce a Workshop on Materials and Engineering Technologies for Particle Accelerator Beam Diagnostic Instruments supported by the Advanced Diagnostics for Accelerators Work Package of the ARIES network.
The aims of the Workshop are to:
- Bring together instrument designers, experts, industry and research groups working on the development and production of new beam diagnostic instruments.
- Review the state-of-the-art in materials and technology, present the latest instrument designs and discuss future challenges.
- Strengthen existing collaborations between groups and develop new ones.
Hereafter some local travel advice on getting from London Heathrow airport to Oxford.
The fastest, easiest and cheapest way from London Heathrow to Oxford is on the dedicated airline bus:
This goes direct from London Heathrow to the ‘Gloucester Green’ bus station, which is just a 10 minute walk from Wadham College where the workshop will be held. The buses run every 20-30 minutes. It normally takes ~80 minutes or less, but can be more during peak times as London Heathrow is in a busy part of the London suburb.
This bus goes to all London Heathrow Terminals, but it is worth noting that the last stop leaving London Heathrow (and the first one arriving) is Terminal 5, which is the BA terminal. This makes the journey 10-15 minutes quicker if you are flying BA.