Workshop starts on November 29, 1PM, Berkner Hall Room C.
The Solenoid Capture Workshop will bring together scientist and engineers interested in exploring solutions for the design and implementation of solenoid capture systems. Such systems are being considered for a variety of applications in which the efficient capture of secondary particles issuing from primary proton beam/target interactions is a premium. Potential users of this type of system include the Mu2e, COMET, MUSIC experiments as well as the PRISM, Neutrino Factory and Muon Collider facilities. The agenda will include presentations but ample time will be devoted to questions and discussions.
|Akira Sato (Osaka)||The PRISM solenoid capture systems|
|Vitaly Pronskikh (Fermilab)||The mu2e solenoid capture system|
|Harold Kirk (BNL)||The Muon Collider capture system|
|M. Yoshida (KEK)||The MUSIC/COMET solenoid capture systems|
|Nicholas Souchlas (BNL)||Shielding studies for the Muon Collider target|
|Peter Loveridge (RAL)||Engineering challenges of the NF/MC capture system|
|Simon Canfer (RAL)||Radiation damage issues for materials in SC magnets|
|Ramesh Gupta (BNL)||YBCO as an insert for a 20 T large aperture solenoid|
|Bob Weggel (PBL)||Design of a 20 T HTS/Nb3Sn hybrid solenoid|
|M. Yoshida (KEK)||Stabilizer conductance degradation by neutron irradiation|
There is also an Indico page to where the talks are uploaded.
|Steve Kahn||Muons, Inc.|