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1 Summary of the Design Report and Next Steps Edda Gschwendtner for the CERN AWAKE Project Team Edda Gschwendtner, CERN1

2 Outline What happened since last collaboration Meeting New Time-scale AWAKE at CNGS Next Steps Outlook Edda Gschwendtner, CERN2

3 Since Last Collaboration Meeting 6-8 March 2013: Collaboration CERN 25 March 2013: Submit AWAKE Design Report to CERN management and SPS Committee – Use the CNGS facility for AWAKE (not West Area) April 2013: SPSC Meeting – Very positive feedback – List of questions – Answers sent back to referees Mid May 2013: several discussion with CERN management and finance group – Needed resources for are fully included in the CERN Medium-Term Plan – MTP (period ) must be approved by the CERN council. – AWAKE program has to be stretched. Edda Gschwendtner, CERN3

4 Since Last Collaboration Meeting June 2013: Council week – 17/18 June: Scientific Policy Committee  recommendation to Council – 19 June: Finance Committee  recommendation to Council – 20/21 June 2013: CERN Council  Approval In case it the MTP is not approved: – September 2013: Next CERN Council meeting June 2013: SPSC meeting – Recommendation of scientific case. As soon as approved – Secure the manpower in the different departments and groups. Edda Gschwendtner, CERN4

5 Components preparation Installation Studies, design, Components preparation Civil engineering & Installation Studies, design FabricationInstallation Commissioning data taking Time-scale for AWAKE in Design Report Time-Scale as written in the Design Report Edda Gschwendtner, CERN Proton beam-line Experimental area Electron source and beam-line Needed CERN resources: Costs: 8.5 CHF Person-Years: 34.2 PY

6 Proton beam- line Experimental area Electron source and beam-line Time-Scale as in the CERN Medium-Term Plan Edda Gschwendtner, CERN6 Civil Engineering, modifications and installation Study, Design, Component preparationInstallation Studies, design, Component preparation Studies, design FabricationInstallation Commissioning data taking Commissio ning data taking Time-scale for AWAKE in the MTP  Budget and manpower profile for 5 years Needed CERN resources: Costs: 8.5 CHF Person-Years: 34.2 PY

7 CERN CNGS SPS Edda Gschwendtner, CERN7 West Area

8 Comparison CNGS – AWAKE CNGS is a running facility (since 2006) at the desired beam parameters.  Proton beam and secondary beam-line fully equipped and running  All services (CV, EL,…) running  Underground facility  Adequate site for AWAKE Parameters CNGSAWAKE Proton beam energy from SPS400 GeV/c Cycle repetition rate0.17 Hz0.03 Hz Number of extractions/cycle21 Protons per cycle2x2.4E133E11 Proton pulse length 10.5  s 1.5 ns Beam power (max.)510 kW640 W Beam size at target (  0.5mm0.2mm Protons/year4.5E194.5E16 AWAKE:  ~Factor 100 less protons/extraction  ~Factor 1000 less protons/year Edda Gschwendtner, CERN 8

9 AWAKE at CNGS Edda Gschwendtner, CERN9 AWAKE experiment AWAKE beam dump ~1100m

10 AWAKE at CNGS Edda Gschwendtner, CERN Electron source area Access gallery to the experimental area CNGS target area (stays untouched) Future AWAKE experimental area (will be emptied) 750m proton beam line 10

11 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN EAAC13, 2-June 2013, Elba 11 Layout of the AWAKE Experiment Introduction – AWAKE at CERN – Layout of AWAKE – Summary

12 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN EAAC13, 2-June 2013, Elba Plasma cell: baseline is vapour cell. housed in downstream end of the proton beam-line. Area can be modified to house a shorter vapor cell and a helicon and/or discharge source. Plasma cell: baseline is vapour cell. housed in downstream end of the proton beam-line. Area can be modified to house a shorter vapor cell and a helicon and/or discharge source. 12 Layout of the AWAKE Experiment Introduction – AWAKE at CERN – Layout of AWAKE – Summary

13 Layout of the AWAKE Experiment Edda Gschwendtner, CERN EAAC13, 2-June 2013, Elba Beam Diagnostics Beam diagnostics for outgoing protons. Electron spectrometer magnet and diagnostics. Beam Diagnostics Beam diagnostics for outgoing protons. Electron spectrometer magnet and diagnostics. 13 Introduction – AWAKE at CERN – Layout of AWAKE – Summary

14 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN EAAC13, 2-June 2013, Elba Laser system: CNGS storage gallery modified Dust-free Over-pressurized Temperature regulated. Laser system: CNGS storage gallery modified Dust-free Over-pressurized Temperature regulated. 14 Layout of the AWAKE Experiment Introduction – AWAKE at CERN – Layout of AWAKE – Summary

15 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN EAAC13, 2-June 2013, Elba Electron source and klystron Housed in the ventilation chamber. Low radiation area, free of electromagnetic interference. Electron beam through new liaison tunnel to connect electron source and proton tunnel. Electron source and klystron Housed in the ventilation chamber. Low radiation area, free of electromagnetic interference. Electron beam through new liaison tunnel to connect electron source and proton tunnel. 15 Layout of the AWAKE Experiment Introduction – AWAKE at CERN – Layout of AWAKE – Summary

16 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN EAAC13, 2-June 2013, Elba AWAKE area is separated from the CNGS target area 80cm thick concrete chicane shielding. Dust-proof separation doors. Separate ventilation system. AWAKE area is separated from the CNGS target area 80cm thick concrete chicane shielding. Dust-proof separation doors. Separate ventilation system. 16 Layout of the AWAKE Experiment Introduction – AWAKE at CERN – Layout of AWAKE – Summary

17 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN17 Electron Beam Line See Malika Meddahi’s Talk

18 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN18 See Alexey Petrenko’sTalk

19 Edda Gschwendtner, CERN19 See Eduard Feldbaumer’s Talk

20 Next Steps Prepare the CNGS facility for AWAKE – Install an evaporator for the CNGS water system – Decay tunnel safety – Detailed Radiation protection calculations in the area. – Electron beam line (dedicated studies for magnets around plasma, space charge effects). Close collaboration with institutes – Electron beam injection studies  to be benchmarked with OSIRIS?! – p, e, laser – synchronization between Laser and SPS RF Edda Gschwendtner, CERN20

21 Outlook moves from study phase to project phase. – Detailed project-structure with work-packages, etc.. – Design, construction, installation and commissioning. – Aim First proton beam to plasma-cell in Electron beam in 2017/2018. Edda Gschwendtner, CERN21


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