2nd High-Power Targetry Workshop

October 10–14, 2005
Oak Ridge, TN

The workshop will bring together interested scientists and engineers from the international community. In particular scientist from the major high-energy laboratories in the US, Japan and Europe will be encouraged to attend. Subject matter of the workshop will focus on problems and solutions for targetry utilizing MW class future accelerators. Both high average power and high peak power issues will be explored.

For this second workshop, the organizing committee has decided to focus on future activities which will lead toward successful implementation of targets for proposed new multi-MW class proton drivers. Focus topics will include:

  • High-temperature targets
  • Material radiation damage
  • Solid/liquid targets
  • Target testing facilities
  • Target station infrastructure
  • Target modeling/simulations

A preliminary agenda is available by following the link in the navigation bar on the left.

The members of the organizing committee are:

Roger BennettRAL
Tony GabrielORNL
Friedrich GroeschelPSI
John HainesORNL
Harold KirkBNL
Kirk McDonaldPrinceton
Nikolai MokhovFNAL
Helge RavnCERN
John SheppardSLAC
Koji YoshimuraKEK
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