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Kenneth O. Olsen Fermilab Meeting Nov. 4, 2014. “The SPAFOA provides a network for its members with business interests on US Government funded accelerator.

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1 Kenneth O. Olsen Fermilab Meeting Nov. 4, 2014

2 “The SPAFOA provides a network for its members with business interests on US Government funded accelerator R&D and siting of large accelerator projects”  Tech Transfer: Enhance US industry’s communications with DOE, labs, and universities to incorporate industry in RD&D as a early partner. Enhance US industrial capability in accelerator technology  Fair Procurement Policies: Promoting Government procurement policies that provide a leveled the playing field for US suppliers (US jobs with US dollars)  Accelerator Stewardship: Assist DOE Office of Science Accelerator Stewardship Program activities by providing input on R&D needs and applications. Attend workshops and participate in reports as appropriate.  Congressional Liaison: Communicate issues that foster the growth of industrial capability and jobs with the Congress

3  Chartered in 2005 as a 501 (c) 6 not for profit DC corporation titled the “Linear Collider Forum of the Americas” (LCFOA)  In response to the changes in the ILC program, reorganized in 2008 to the Superconducting Particle Accelerator Forum of the Americas (SPAFOA)  Renamed in 2012 to the Superconducting Particle Accelerator Forum of America to reflect 100% US industry membership  Current membership totals 23 ~75% small high tech businesses in 14 States  Advocate for the US “Industrialization” in advanced accelerator programs

4 “Low” Energy (Commercial Customers) Evolutionary market 10% annual growth >10,000 in 1992; >30,000 now >6,000 in medical applications Multiple suppliers for major market segments “High” Energy (Government Customers) Each facility different design Gov’t, university and industry users SC technology showing dominance No near term significant commercial market A few companies are in both facets

5 Cross Section of hi-tech accelerator industry  Accelerator components and systems  Superconducting and high performance magnets  Power electronics and instrumentation  Materials science  Precision manufacturing  Civil engineering and construction management  R&D lab and project management 23 members, 17 small businesses

6 CompanyStreetCitySt.ZipContact Advanced Energy Systems27 Industrial DriveMedfordNY11763Tony Favale Air Liquide200 GBC DriveNewarkDE19702-2462Uttam Shanbhag Amuneal Manufacturing Corp.4737 Darrah St.PhiladelphiaPA19124-2705Stuart Koch Burns and McDonnell9400 Ward ParkwayKansas CityMO64114Greg Hulne C. F. Roark Welding & Eng.136 N. Green St.BrownsburgIN46112Charles 'Ted" Roark Communication Power Corp80 Daniels Dr. Ste 3HauppaugeNY11788Dan Myer Communications Power Ind.150 Sohier RoadBeverlyMA01915-5595Todd Treado Diversified Technologies35 Wiggens Ave.BedfordMAO1730Mike Kempkes Everson Tesla615 Daniels RoadNazarethPA18064Doug Hartman Fermi Research Associates1111 19th St. S-400WashingtonDC20036Marta Cehelsky General Atomics3550 General Atomics Ct.San DiegoCA92121Leo Holland Incodema417 Cliff St.IthacaNY14850Sean Whittaker Keller technologyPO Box 103BuffaloNY19217Barnaby Keller Linde Cryogenics6100 South Yale Ave. S-1200TulsaOK74136John Urbin Metglas440 Allied DriveConwaySC29526Souk Hasegawa Meyer Tool4601 W. Southwest Hwy.Oak LawnIL60453Ed Bonnema Micro Communications Inc.15 Carson St.MerrimackNHO3054Frank Malanga Muons Inc552 N. Batavia Ave.BataviaIL60510Rolland Johnson National Instruments11500 N.Mopac ExpwyAustinTX78759-3504Ravi Marawar Niowave, Inc.1012 N. Walnut St.LansingMI48906Terry Grimm Parsons Brinkerhoff465 Spring Park Tech CenterHerndonVA20170David Wallace PAVAC Industries, Inc. 204 S. Water StBataviaIL 60510Ralf Edinger PHPK Technologies2111 Builders PlaceColumbusOH43204Craig Hoyer Scientific Instruments4400 W. Tiffany DriveWest Palm BeachFL33407Jack Sheldon

7  Advanced Energy Systems  Communications Power Industries  Linde Cryogenics  Meyer Tool  Fermi Research Associates Note: A few additional companies are welcome, we try to get a diversity of business interests.

8  Membership meetings : o SLAC Feb. (Postponed) o FRIB Michigan State May 1 o Fermilab Nov 4  Monthly Newsletters  Attend DOE SC Advisory Panel Meetings  White paper on “Buy American”  Several meetings with Congressional staff

9 Member Meeting Options:  Capitol Hill Briefing  MSU FRIB  Homestake Mine  LCLS-II SLAC Upon approval of CD 2-3A  Fermilab  Brookhaven Accelerator Test Facility & ILC Update Monthly Newsletters DOE and Congressional Liaison Other suggestions?  IPAC Richmond, VA May 3-8

10  Prioritize and timing of Lab and University meetings  LCLS II Cavity procurement  Congressional interactions: Develop a sustainable US industrial base for advanced accelerators.  Program activity focus LCLS II FRIB (CD 3b Aug 26, 14) LBNF ???


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