Massimo Ferrario (LNF)
Dr Ralph Assmann (DESY)
219. The prospects for Advanced Accelerator R&D in the US following the HEPAP Accelerator R&D Sub-panel
Prof. James Rosenzweig (UCLA)
An accelerator R&D sub-panel of the US High Energy Physics Advisory Panel (HEPAP) was set up to examine the research portfolio of the current HEP accelerator R&D program, and to identify the most promising research areas to support the advancement of particle physics in synergy with the P5 roadmap for discovery in the field. This presentation will describe the major findings and...
Prof. Wei Lu (Tsinghua University of Beijing, China)
Recently in all major regions of Asia there is great interest growing in advanced accelerator technologies. An overview of the latest development from accelerator advanced concepts to recent demonstrations will be given. In particular, programs on plasma based acceleration which are conducted in several laboratories in Asia and their recent results will be reported.