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Fri 31 Mar, at 10:30 - Seminar Room T2

The accelerators for the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC)

Fulvia Pilat
Jefferson Laboratory, USA

An Electron Ion-Collider (EIC) has been highlighted as the highest priority for new construction in the DoE Office of Nuclear Physics. This is a very challenging accelerator that aims to achieve high luminosity and polarization over a large center of mass span. Alternative designs are pursued at Jefferson Laboratory (JLAB) and Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) each capitalizing on the existing CEBAF and RHIC facilities respectively. I will overview the design options at JLAB and BNL, the accelerator R&D necessary to validate the designs and will explore areas of potential synergy and collaboration.

(Referer: A. Fabris)
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