Elettra at IPAC'24 in Nashville: Showcasing Expertise and Innovations in Particle Accelerator Technology as well as Elettra 2.0


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Elettra participated at the 15th International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC’24), that was held in Nashville, Tennessee, USA from 19 to 24 May 2024 at the Music City Center.

The latest edition of IPAC, held in Venice, was co-organized by Elettra and INFN. This year, Elettra once again participated in the scientific program with one invited talk by Simone Di Mitri on the production of short X-say pulses at diffraction-limited light sources and one contributed talk by Carlo Spezzani on the commissioning and initial user experience of echo-enabled harmonic generation at FERMI FEL-1. Elettra participation to the scientific programme was further highlighted by eight contributions in the poster session mainly focusing on Elettra 2.0. As an industrial partner, Elettra also had a booth where ILO colleagues showcased collaboration opportunities, highlighting the benefits of our extensive hands-on expertise and the unique peer-to-peer industrial approach in this field.

IPAC is the most important international event for the worldwide particle accelerator field and industry. Pioneering research and development in accelerator technologies were presented by global experts. Project leaders presented new accelerator projects, progress on active upgrades and operational status of accelerator facilities across the globe. Attendees had the opportunity to meet their peers and to make new business contacts. Over 1,200 delegates and 80 industry exhibitors attended this remarkable and noteworthy event. IPAC’24 offered the most complete review on new ideas, important results and ground-breaking technologies in the field of particle accelerator science and technology.

This edition was sponsored, financially and technically, by the IEEE Nuclear Plasma Science Society (NPSS) and the American Physical Society (APS) Division of Physics of Beams (DPB) and co-hosted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL).
Last Updated on Friday, 31 May 2024 10:36