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  • Home Page | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    2014 will be held at the Dolce Hayes Mansion from July 13 18 2014 The workshop is organized through Stanford by Mark Hogan Chair and the 2014 Local Organizing Committee AAC 2014 is a by invitation only biennial forum for intensive discussions on long term research in advanced accelerator physics and technology for applications ranging from high energy physics to photon science AAC2014 will organize into working groups covering the following topical areas Laser Plasma Wakefield Acceleration Computations for Accelerator Physics Laser and High Gradient Structure Based Acceleration Beam Driven Acceleration Beam and Radiation Generation Monitoring and Control Laser Plasma Acceleration of Ions Muon Colliders and Advanced Concepts Laser Technology for Laser Plasma Accelerators Please check the website periodically for updates as we finalize the working group leaders working group mission statements and detailed workshop schedule ANNOUNCEMENTS Posted 7 1 14 Online Registration is Closed Posted 6 4 14 Hotel block is almost filled please book now to confirm your space Posted 5 22 14 Added Poster Information details Posted 5 6 14 Abstract Submissions Page NOW OPEN Posted 4 29 14 Working 2014 Agenda Program added to links Posted 4 15 14 Working group summaries added Posted 1 29

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  • Useful Tips | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    available at Dolce Hayes Mansion Ground Transportation rental cars shuttles taxis Ground Transportation information including rental car information is located here San Jose Airport San Francisco Airport Arrive Early on Monday Early arrival will allow time for parking if necessary and walking to the ballroom picking up your badge and having a continental breakfast in the Hayes Ballroom Foyer Companion Dining Breaks located in the Ballroom Foyer and lunches at the Silver Creek Dining Room are included for workshop attendees only please wear your name badge to indicate that you are a paid attendee If any workshop companions would like to join the weekday lunch located in the Silver Creek Dining Room they are welcome to purchase lunch there or charge it to their room Please notify the host server upon arrival Daily Breakfast is also available for purchase from 6 30am 10am in the Silver Creek Dining Room from Mon Sat Internet Access Dolce Hayes Mansion is equipped with complimentary wireless network If you plan to bring a laptop please note that there are few power outlets within the facility we recommend bringing extra batteries Weather Attire The weather for San Jose at this time of year is temperate with an average daytime temperature high of 82 F and an average evening low temperature of 58 F As this event will occur both inside an air conditioned facility and outdoors in the elements we strongly encourage dressing in layers We also recommend comfortable walking shoes Sunglasses sunscreen umbrellas and hats are optional useful items Last Minute Lodging Please Contact Brigid at bneff stanford edu or 650 736 0048 to check if we have any last minute rooms in our Dolce Hayes Hotel Block For other last minute reservations we recommend the Four Points by Sheraton San Jose Silicon Valley

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  • Important Dates | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    after that on a space available basis only June 1 Early Workshop Regstration Rates Expire Extended to June 1 June 13 Abstract Submissions Due June 30 Deadline for Cancellation of Workshop Registration with Refund 40 processing fee June 30 Registration Deadline for Special Events June 30 Online Workshop Registration Ends 7 Days Prior to Arrival Deadline for Cancellation of Hotel Reservation to refund room deposit July 13 18 AAC 2014

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  • Accommodation | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    sure to reference AAC 2014 If you need to cancel your stay at Dolce Hayes Mansion please alert Brigid at bneff stanford edu or 650 736 0048 directly so we can replace you with someone else from our group OTHER LODGING OPTIONS If you were unable to secure a room at Dolce Hayes Mansion we suggest the alternate hotel Four Points by Sheraton Silicon Valley not Downtown that is about 4 miles south of the workshop venue A car will be required to travel between this hotel and the workshop venue There is no shuttle service You can reserve online at the link below there is no room block to reference Four Points by Sheraton Silicon Valley 399 Silicon Valley Blvd San Jose CA 95138 408 972 7800 Dolce Hayes Mansion A block of rooms have been reserved at Dolce Hayes Mansion located in San Jose CA Rooms will be available at our group rate until May 30 2014 or until all rooms in the block have been reserved All AAC 2014 attendees wishing to secure accommodations are responsible for contacting the hotel to make their reservations Prevailing 2014 Federal Per Diem rates will apply currently 144 for single or double occupancy tax A credit card will be required to hold your room but no deposit is required No payment will be due until check in Please note one night s accommodation plus tax will be charged to your credit card if you cancel within 7 days prior to scheduled arrival If you are reserving a shared room with another attendee please note their name in the comments field of your reservation You can split the room charges upon check in Please contact the hotel directly to reserve your room online by visiting the AAC Booking Link https aws passkey

    Original URL path: http://aac2014.stanford.edu/accommodation (2014-12-26)
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  • Working Groups | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    structures As part of this effort we will gather input from the community on tangible benefits these structures can offer what we need to deliver what breakthroughs are required and what are the strengths of the various approaches Come join us for lively working group discussions on the progress and challenges in the field of advanced accelerating structures on gathering community wide milestones and considering new joint programs WG 4 Beam Driven Acceleration Hayes Ballroom 2 Working Group Leaders Sergey P Antipov Euclid ANL Sebastian Corde SLAC Short high current electron beams are capable of driving high gradient wakes in plasmas and slow wave structures Accelerating gradient in beam driven plasma accelerators of more than 50 GV m have been demonstrated experimentally In a recent experiment at FACET a discrete trailing bunch following a drive beam by about hundred microns had been accelerated in a plasma with high energy transfer efficiency from the wake to the trailing bunch Other experiments on beam driven plasma accelerators are underway or in preparation at CERN DESY BNL and elsewhere Structure based wakefield acceleration is being experimentally studied at facilities like AWA ANL ATF BNL FACET SLAC and others over a wide range of frequencies from GHz to THz We will examine the latest results in theory simulations and experiments The main discussion topics in this group will be around linear collider designs with emphasis on emittance preservation and staging efficiency transformer ratio luminosity and beam delivery system WG5 Beam Sources Radiation Generation Monitoring and Control San Martin Room Working Group Leader John Byrd LBNL Co leader Felicie Albert LLNL WG 5 will address the four subjects in its title 1 Beam sources Advanced accelerators AA and beam sources require and or generate beams with unique characteristics including femtosecond bunch lengths high peak currents correlated and uncorrelated energy spreads and position pointing and timing stability This group will examine the pros and cons of these requirements and beam properties with respect to conventional accelerators and sources What are the fundamental limits on the performance of the advanced sources in brightness and stability shot to shot reproducibility The requirements for synchronization of multiple AAs are severe Do some AA techniques have advantages in synchronization 2 Diagnostics AAs carry a much larger burden in terms of diagnostics than conventional accelerators The properties of AA beams must be measured plus the behavior of the accelerator structure plus the source driver The ultimate goal is the single shot 6 d characterization of the particle beam phase space How far are we from this Are there challenges in measuring the beam position and pointing stability How does the plasma vary from pulse to pulse Is this correlated with electron and drive properties 3 Beam control and manipulation AAs are notorious for fluctuation in beam parameters such as energy charge pointing stability etc The capabilities of diagnostics to measure the beam properties have advanced tremendously over the past decade Is it possible to feedback beam or accelerator structure measurements to

    Original URL path: http://aac2014.stanford.edu/working-groups (2014-12-26)
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  • AAC Prize | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    of Saint Genis Pouilly France manufacturers of electronic instruments to non destructively measure fast pulses DC and AC currents and the properties of beams from high energy particle accelerators Rules and Eligibility The Prize Selection Committee selects one and only one winner of the prize Nominations are comprised of a letter by the nominator which should include the information listed below accompanied by the nominee s CV and list of publications Up to three additional support letters can be added Nominations are sent electronically to the Chair of the Prize Selection Committee who distributes them to the committee members The information included in the nomination letter is the name title and affiliation of the candidate a brief one line citation describing the achievement for which the award is sought and the list of relevant publications describing this work The listed publications must have appeared in journals or widely available conference proceedings and should be appended to the nomination package Note Contributions to the upcoming AAC2014 Workshop cannot serve as primary sources as these proceedings would not have been published at the time of the committee deliberations Deadline for Nominations 5 00pm Eastern Standard Time May 16 2014 Nominations as described

    Original URL path: http://aac2014.stanford.edu/aac-prize (2014-12-26)
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  • Contact Us | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    are here Home Contact Us For any Registration Venue questions please contact Brigid Neff Meeting Planner at Stanford Conferences bneff stanford edu Main Office 650 736 0048 For any questions regarding the Scientific Program please contact Mark Hogan Committee Chair mjhogan stanford edu Last modified Tue 20 May 2014 at 9 47 Useful Links Application for Invitation Directions Transport Local Area Activities Abstracts Info Agenda Registration Participant List Sponsors Visa

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  • 2014 AAC Application Form | Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (AAC 2014)
    Application Form You are here Home 2014 AAC Application Form UPDATE Online Applications are now closed Waitlisted participants will be notified if any space opens up All graduate student assistance has been allocated and is no longer available to apply for Last modified Tue 3 Jun 2014 at 16 15 Useful Links Application for Invitation Directions Transport Local Area Activities Abstracts Info Agenda Registration Participant List Sponsors Visa Information Poster

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