LINAC 2022 – Extended Abstract Submission and Early Registration Deadlines

The 31st Linear Accelerator Conference (LINAC) is coming to Liverpool this summer. The conference, hosted jointly by UKRI-STFC, the John Adams Institute and the Cockcroft Institute, will take place at the Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre (ACC) between 28 August and 2 September 2022.

With the ongoing increased relaxation of Covid-19 international travel restrictions and reflecting the reduced number of submitted abstracts at the time of the original deadline, we would like to formally announce an extension to the LINAC 2022 Abstract Submission deadline to Monday 2nd May 2022 (24:00 GMT).

The Early Registration and Exhibitor Booth Registration deadlines are also to be extended to Wednesday 1st June 2022 (24:00 GMT).

It should be noted that the UK has currently removed all Covid-19 travel access restrictions (i.e. vaccination status, Covid-19 testing and quarantine), please however be aware of any additional restrictions which may still be in place for your own country:

More information and daily updates are available on the official conference web site at:

LINAC is the main bi-yearly gathering for the worldwide community of linear accelerator experts. The conference will provide a unique opportunity to hear about the latest advances in research and developments on linacs and their applications.

Following a long and successful tradition, LINAC 2022 will feature invited and contributed talks, as well as poster sessions and an industry exhibition. An exciting scientific programme will be complemented by social events that promote informal knowledge exchange. Currently, the focus is on a full in-person conference, although remote participation will be offered, limited to selected talks.

Participants will also have the opportunity to come to Daresbury Laboratory to see the new CLARA FEL test accelerator, the SRF facilities providing accelerating cavities for the European Spallation Neutron source in Sweden, accelerating cryomodules for the PIP-II project in the US, and crab cryomodules for the HL-LHC upgrade.