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1 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Welcome to the Cockcroft Institute John Dainton Director, Cockcroft Institute for Accelerator Science and Technology, and Sir James Chadwick Professor of Physics The University of Liverpool, GB

2 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC UK membership Science Driver ILC LHC XFEL LCLS ν-Factory SRS ISIS High Energy Physics light fantastic global DIAMOND ESS neutrons campus science driver

3 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC R&D Challenge ILC LHC LCLS ν-Factory High Energy Physics light universal - MV/m - intensity - nm delivery Cockcroft Institute +UK plc XFEL DIAMOND global ESS neutrons

4 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Stakeholders Cockcroft Institute building core funding 13 FTE ~55 FTE +2 FTE in univ 4 FTE + project funding = FTE + equipment 0.5 FTE

5 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Mission CI mission is summarised in the following deliverables: generic R&D in Accelerator Science and Technology (AST); project specific R&D in AST (e.g. a linear collider and a Neutrino Factory) leadership and management of national deliverables to international facilities (which may be UK-situated) competence in crucial and specific technologies technology transfer to industry staff complement of internationally acknowledged expertise seamless involvement of the HEI and CCLRC sectors education and training to ensure a flourishing staff supply side

6 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Management & Governance Notes: 1.The Group Leaders are the line managers for staff in their groups. 2.The Programme Managers (PM) co-ordinate activities across the groups. 3.Solid lines indicate reporting lines. 4.Broken lines indicate information flows. 5.Additional programmes will be set up as required. 6.Activities in the groups will also include projects which are external to the Institute. Institute Board Advisory CommitteesDirector Management Committee Group Leader Lancaster Group Leader Liverpool Group Leader Manchester Group Leader ASTeC Lancaster Projects Liverpool Projects Manchester Projects ASTeC Projects PM - Linear Collider PM - Neutrino Factory Linear Collider Neutrino Factory light source neutrons nuclear physics

7 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC prioritisation to come (SR06/7) ? ! SNS (1 MW) from 2007 ! JPARC (0.5 MW) from 2009/10 ? ! ! A A A A A A A A A accelerator science and technology EPSRC EPSRC science PPARC science RC-UK Facilities PPARC

8 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Staff staff committing to the CI at foundation UniversityDepartmentStartMain Research Interest R BarlowManchesterPhysics and Astronomy September 2003 Particle Physics ILC BDS: wakefields and collimation RR CarterLancasterEngineering September 2003 RF supply and delivery A DexterLancasterEngineering September 2003 RF supply and delivery J DaintonLiverpoolPhysics September 2003 Particle Physics ILC positron source, founding Director T GreenshawLiverpoolPhysics September 2003 Particle Physics ILC positron source P RatoffLancasterPhysics September 2003 Particle Physics T2K, ILC positron source R TuckerLancasterPhysics September 2003 Mathematical Physics radiation and beam dynamics (CI theory group) InstitutionCentreStartMain Research Interest M PooleCCLRC Daresbury LabASTeC September 2003 ASTeC group leadership ~55 FTECCLRC Daresbury LabASTeC September 2004 ASTeC staff [1] [1] [1] Most ASTeC staff collaborate seamlessly with university staff. There are ASTeC projects which do not involve (yet) university staff.

9 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Staff university faculty staff appointed to the CI [1] [1] UniversityStartMain Research Interest D BurtonLancasterJuly 2005global field analysis of accelerator beams R JonesManchesterDecember 2005Linac physics RR ApplebyManchesterAugust 2005ILC Optics and Beam Dump, FP420 and LHC RR SeviourLancasterAugust 2005RF cavity R&D A WolskiLiverpoolMay 2006ILC: Damping Rings, ERLP G Moortgat-Pick [2] [2] DurhamSeptember 2006 ILC: positron, spin transport, and spin delivery J GratusLancasterDecember 2006radiation and beam dynamics S Chattopadhyay Liverpool Lancaster Manchester March 2007Inaugural Director [1] [1] Total university commitment is at least 9 new positions by 2008, at least 12 by 2009, plus 2 CCLRC-funded [2] [2] 0.5 FTE with Institute of Particle Physics Phenomenology, Durham

10 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Staff university visiting staff at the CI [1] [1] Institution Cockcroft Institute University PositionStart Main Research Interest D Barber DESY Hamburg Liverpool Visiting Professor September 2005 Spin dynamics K Potter CERNManchester Visiting Professor June 2006 Beam-line engineering J A Clarke CCLRC ASTeC Liverpool Visiting Professor June 2006Insertion Devices N Marks CCLRC ASTeC Liverpool Visiting Professor August 2005 Education and Training Magnet design and technology M W Poole CCLRC ASTeC Liverpool Visiting Professor August 2005 Beam dynamics V Suller CAMD Baton Rouge, USA Liverpool Visiting Professor August 2005 Beam dynamics

11 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Staff PDRA at September 2006 core PPARC CI resource [1 ] [1 ] PDRASupervisior (Faculty)HEIStartEndProject D BurtonR TuckerLancasterSeptember 2004August 2005 global field analysis of accelerator beams M WigginsR TuckerLancasterJuly 2005December 2006 laser-driven plasma- wave acceleration M StablesR SeviourLancasterMarch 2006February 2009 RF Cavity stability, multi-pactor discharge with beam loading D ToprekR ApplebyManchesterJune 2006May 2009ILC:BD optics V Perlick [2] [2] R TuckerLancasterOctober 2006September 2010 radiation and beam dynamics D ChristieJ GratusLancasterSeptember 2006August 2009 radiation and beam dynamics K M HockA WolskiLiverpoolOctober 2006September 2009ILC Damping Rings I ShintonR JonesManchesterNovember 2006October 2009 ILC main linac, wake-fields in beam delivery system G BassiA WolskiLiverpoolMarch 2007February 2010 radiation and beam dynamics; applications in ILC [1] [1] PPARC core funding rises to plateau at 12 PDRA in post. [2] [2] Perlick is funded for four years by a combination of CI core resource and Lancaster University resource, the latter released following the award of an EPSRC Fellowship to Professor Robin Tucker.

12 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC PDRA Staff: Project RA Supervi sor (Faculty ) HEIStartEndFundingProject G Burt A Dexter Lancaster October 2004 September 2007 PPARC LCABD ILC crab cavity G Kourevle v R Barlow R Jones Manchester October 2004 March 2006 PPARC LCABD ILC collimator wakefields J Smith [1] [1] R Carter LancasterFeb 2005Feb 2008 CCLRC LCABD ILC collimation I Bailey A Wolski Liverpool March 2005 February 2008 PPARC LCABD ILC robust spin transport and positron source J Phillips A Gillespi e Dundee March 2005 February 2008 CCLRC LCABD fast laser optics and laser photocathode L Jenner A Wolski LiverpoolJune 2005May 2008 PPARC LCABD ILC optics for BD and positron source I Tahir 7 R Carter A Dexter LancasterApril 2006 September 2007 EUFr6 EuroTeV ILC crab cavity R Jenkins R Carter A Dexter LancasterMay 2006 December 2007 EUFr6 EuroTeV ILC crab cavity

13 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC PDRA Staff: Project RA Supervi sor (Facult y) HEIStartEndFundingProject F Ronaldo R Appleby R Jones Manchester September 2006 August 2007 PPARC FP420 LHC commissioning & beam-pipe wake-fields A Toader R Barlow R Jones Manchester September 2006 August 2007 PPARC LCABD ILC collimator wakefields A Bungau R Barlow Manchester October 2006 September 2009 EUFr6 EuroTeV ILC beam delivery collimation and wakefields R Tucker Lancaster October 2006 September 2007 EPSRCSpringboard Fellowship A Noble D Burton Lancaster January 2007 December 2008 EPSRCUltrarelativistic charge tba [2] [2] R Seviour Lancaster March 2007 February 2010 EPSRC High Power RF and photonic band gap tba 8 R Seviour Lancaster March 2007 February 2010 EPSRC High Power RF and photonic band gap tba 8 R Tucker LancasterMay 2007April 2009EPSRCPlasma wake theory tba 8 > 1 R Barlow Cockcroft Institute universities and ASTeC April 2007 September 2010 RCUK BT EMMA (non scaling FFAG)

14 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Student Supervis or Universi ty StartEnd Degr ee Funding Topic D Scott T Greensha w Liverpo ol October 2002 December 2006 PhDCCLRCILC Undulator positron source C HillR Carter Lancast er October 2003 September 2007 PhD PPARC/e2V CASE Multipactor discharge P GoudketR Carter Lancast er October 2003 March 2006 PhDCCLRCMultipactor Discharge S MaltonS SmithUCL October 2003 September 2006 PhD PPARC/CCLRC CASEplus Laser-beam interactions S Crane 10 R Carter Lancast er October 2004 September 2009 PhD PPARC/e2V CASE Innovative RF sources A MercerR Barlow Manche ster October 2004 December 2005 MPhi l PPARC (AST [1] ) [1] ILC BD wake-fields C NamJ Clarke Strathc lyde October 2004 September 2007 PhDCCLRCFEL simulations J Smith [2] [2] D Burton Lancast er Feb 2005 Feb 2008PhDCCLRCILC Collimation C Glasman R Barlow R Jones Manche ster October 2005 September 2006 MScself ILC BD wake-fields A HaleR Tucker Lancast er October 2005 September 2008 PhDEPSRCFundamentals of Beam Dynamics F Hannon R Seviour Lancast er October 2005 July 2008PhD Jefferson Lab, US High brightness gun for JLab FEL upgrade [1] [1] AST = Accelerator Science and Technology [2] [2] employed as RA, University of Lancaster [3] [3] registered part-time PG Students

15 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Student Supervis or Universi ty StartEnd Degr ee Funding Topic C LingwoodR Carter Lancast er October 2005 September 2008 PhD PPARC (AST 8 ) Thales ED CLIC/CTF3: RF sources (multi- beam klystron) L Malysheva J Dainton A Wolski Liverpo ol October 2005 September 2008 PhD PPARC (Particle Physics) ILC robust spin transport and positron source R NagR Tucker Lancast er October 2005 September 2008 PhD PPARC (AST 8 ) CLIC/CTF3: coherent SR N Shales R Tucker Lancast er October 2005 September 2008 PhD PPARC (project AST 8 ) ILC Collimation E Wooldridge [3] [3] R Carter Lancast er October 2005 September 2009 PhDCCLRCBeam break up in ERL I Tahir 9 R Carter A Dexter Lancast er January 2004 September 2007 PhD EUFr6 EuroTeV ILC crab cavity C GlasmanR Jones Manche ster October 2006 September 2009 PhD PPARC CI core ILC BD wake-fields K Panagiotidi s A Wolski Liverpo ol October 2006 September 2009 PhD PPARC CI core ILC Damping Rings A Scarfe R Appleby Manche ster October 2006 September 2009 PhD PPARC/CCLRC CASE ILC beam dumps and BD optics B SpencerR Jones Manche ster October 2006 September 2009 PhD PPARC CI core ILC linac RF PG Students

16 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC PG Students Student Supervis or Universi ty StartEnd Degr ee Funding Topic L ZangA Wolski Liverpo ol October 2006 September 2009 PhD PPARC CI core and EuroTeV ILC Undulator positron source tba 8 R Seviour Lancast er October 2007 September 2010 PhDEPSRC High Power RF and photonic band gap tba 8 R Seviour Lancast er October 2007 September 2010 PhDEPSRC High Power RF and photonic band gap tba 8 Lancast er October 2007 September 2010 PhD PPARC (Particle Physics) High Power RF [1] [1] AST = Accelerator Science and Technology [2] [2] employed as RA, University of Lancaster [3] [3] registered part-time Student Cockcroft Institute Supervisor Universit y StartEnd Degre e Funding Project D BirchJ ClarkeBath September 2006 August 2007 MPhysCCLRC Magnet measurement L Hooper J ClarkeBath September 2006 August 2007 MPhysCCLRCPositron source UG Students

17 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC The Cockcroft Institute unique, seamless, collaboration of established research excellence in NW England seamless synergy of basic science engineering and technology industry UK inward investment - science people, skills, innovation, progress - high-tech industrial production - economic development (national + regional) faculty + pdocs + students now 51 FTE senior + junior scientists + students now 55 FTE seamless

18 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC The Cockcroft Institute why here in NW England ? - Daresbury accelerator-lead research univs Liverpool Lancaster Manchester Nuclear Physics (since Rutherford !) High Energy Physics (since Chadwick !) Synchrotron Radiation science (since SRF 1970s) - all require new accelerator systems for progress - all have been on Daresbury campus in their time … they were fortunate to have the support of Metropolitan Vickers: … the Manchester company. B Cathcart in The Fly in the Cathedral … they were fortunate to have the support of Metropolitan Vickers: … the Manchester company. B Cathcart in The Fly in the Cathedral Cockcroft/Walton experience 70 years on

19 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Strategy for Mission strategic statement: Cockcroft brd 1. the importance and impact of the work underway at the moment 2. the range of topics in the work underway at the moment 3. the degree to which certain activities should be further expanded, or contracted, or even stopped 4. omissions in the scope of work to date and planned (as presented by speakers and more generally in the strategy statement) 5. the degree to which present work positions the Institute to meet its mission, in particular items 1, 2 and 3, and in particular their relative weights 6. how the remaining recruitment should be handled in the light of any or all of 1 through 5 above, e g the degree to which appointments should be made with specific expertise. - strategic statement on-site systems ?

20 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Concerns 1.project funds from PPARC/CCLRC ? 2.sc+warm RF R&D and UK strategy global collaboration ? 3.studentships ? 4.move to prototyping and hands-on ? 5.publication ?

21 THE COCKCROFT INSTITUTE of ACCELERATOR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY John Dainton Nov CI SAC Sir John Cockcroft FRS b. Todmorden (Lancashire and Yorkshire!) ed. Manchester University: Maths Manchester College of Technology (UMIST): Elec. Eng. Metropolitan-Vickers, Manchester PhD then post-doc, Cambridge Univ. Nobel Laureate, Physics, 1951


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