Ranging from low-energy factories like DAFNE and BEPC, to record-luminosity machines such as Super KEKB, and the proposed high-energy future circular electron positron colliders CEPC/FCC-ee, lepton colliders have been for a long time the most widely used collider species, found all around the world.
Recently, the commissioning of Super KEKB has started, BEPC-II achieved its design luminosity, CEPC and FCC-ee have made great strides forward approaching a complete design, while accelerator-design breakthroughs combined with physics prospects have sparked a renewed interest in super tau-charm factories.
Many design challenges of e+e- colliders are shared with the ever more ambitious plans for storage ring light sources. ICFA is encouraging the global coordination of, and joint research on, factory-like circular colliders. The eeFACT2016 workshop held in Daresbury, UK, from 24 to 27 October 2016, will cover the full scope of circular lepton colliders over a wide range of energies, and address complementary physics. Topical working groups including contributions from the light-source community are foreseen.
eeFACT2016 will address all aspects of present and future e+e- factories, through plenary talks and 13 dedicated working groups covering physics landscape and motivations, design concepts, optics issues, interaction region and machine detector interface, beam-beam issues, injectors and beam injection, impedance issues and beam instabilities, emittance control, polarization, beam instrumentation and beam diagnostics, superconducting RF, other technologies, and energy efficiency.
The goals of the eeFACT16 workshop are:
Reviewing and documenting the state of the art in e-e+factory design.
Preparing plans for the commissioning of SuperKEKB and advancing contributions to the FCC,CEPC & tau-charm design efforts.
Fostering synergies and new collaborations across communities, in particular with the low-emittance light sources.
Jointly developing novel solutions to outstanding problems.
International Programme Committee:
Ralph Assmann, DESY
Marica Biagini, INFN-LNF
Alain Blondel, U. Geneva
Alex Chao, SLAC
Weiren Chou, IHEP Beijing
Yoshihiro Funakoshi (co-Chair), KEK
Andrew Hutton, TJNAF
Eugene Levichev, BINP
Katsunobu Oide, KEK
Qing Qin (co-Chair), IHEP
Peter Ratoff, CI, Lancaster University
Jorg Wenninger, CERN
Ferdinand Willeke, BNL
Frank Zimmermann (co-Chair), CERN
Local Organising Committee:
Peter Ratoff, Chair, CI, Lancaster University
Peter McIntosh, CI, STFC
Andy Wolski, CI, University of Liverpool
Rob Appleby, CI, University of Manchester
Guoxing Xia, CI, University of Manchester
Sue Waller, CI, STFC
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