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AKBP: Arbeitskreis Beschleunigerphysik

AKBP 2: Radiofrequency

AKBP 2.2: Vortrag

Montag, 16. März 2020, 15:15–15:30, GÖR 226

SRF R&D activities at the Universität Hamburg and DESY — •Marc Wenskat1, Christopher Bate1,2, Arti Dangwal Pandey2, Isabel Gonzalez Diaz-Palacio1,2, Ricardo Monroy-Villa1,2, Timothy Nagel1, Heshmat Noei2, Detlef Reschke2, Jörn Schaffran2, Guilherme Dalla Lana Semione1,2, Sven Sievers2, Lea Steder2, Vedran Vonk2, Jonas Wolff1,2, Robert Zierold1, Wolfgang Hillert1,2, Andreas Stierle1,2, Robert Blick1, and Hans Weise21Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Deutschland — 2Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg, Deutschland

The experience gained during the construction and commissioning of the world's largest superconducting linear accelerator, the European XFEL, forms the basis for current R&D activities on superconducting cavities by an international team of researchers including experts from RF and accelerator physics as well as surface and materials science. We explore empirically gained understandings and observed correlations within the SRF research field using modern material- and surface-physics methods. At the same time, we are constructing new diagnostic tools, developing surface and material treatments, and exploring alternative materials to improve this technology. This cutting-edge research creates new, exciting linkages between various disciplines combining diverse knowledge. Herein, we will give an overview of the current projects and topics of our research group

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