The 53th ICFA
Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on
Energy Recovery Linacs "ERL-2013"
9 -13 September, 2013, BINP, Novosibirsk, Russia
For participants: [Delegate Registration, Visa support] [Accomodation]
[Important Dates] [Workshop Fee]
[Altai Nature trip] [Scientific Program]
Author information: [Abstract Submission] [Paper Submission] [Oral Presentations] [Poster Presentations]
[Workshop poster] [Committees]
For Industrial Exhibitors / Commercial Companies: [Information about Exhibition]
Конгресс выпускников НГУ. 6 - 8 сентября 2013. Подробнее.
Two independent steps:
For the delegate registration please fill out
this registration form
(with the part for visa application).
For the abstract submission please come to the
SPMS and submit your abstract there.
Workshop proceedings will be published electronically at JACoW
under the JACoW rules.
ERL 2013 will take place at Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Novosibirsk, Russia).
Particle accelerators have become one of the main fields of activity of our Institute. In particular, we have an ERL
with one-, two- and four-orbit operation modes and a high-power terahertz free electron laser user facility on it.
Still, prospective applications of ERLs require far more advanced and challenging installations. Such applications
comprise short-duration high-brightness x-ray sources, high-power free electron lasers, nuclear physics facilities
with internal target, etc. The new ERL projects for these applications necessitates further development of beam
dynamics, electron guns, RF systems and other technological issues. The previous ERL workshops made a significant
contribution to this progress. We hope that ERL 2013 will also provide great possibilities for fruitful discussions
and important personal contacts of leading scientists in our field.
Gennady N. Kulipanov,
ERL 2013 Chair
|Scope and place|
The workshop continues the chain of the ERL workshops (the latest was the 50th ABDW ERL 2011, KEK, Japan).
The aim of the workshop is further development of ERL physics, technology and applications. In particular, the issues
of beam stability, halo, emittance requirements and limitations, subsystems (RF, injectors, lattices) have to be considered.
Also, the ERL applications, operation experience and project statuses have to be discussed.
There will be six categories in the workshop as follows:
Instrumentation and Controls
Halo and Beam Losses
Applications of ERL
Dates: September 9-13, 2013
Location: Budker INP, Lavrentiev av. 11, Novosibirsk 630090 Russia
|Welcome to Akademgorodok and Novosibirsk!|
Novosibirsk is called the capital of Siberia. It is the biggest city in the area between the Urals
and the Pacific Ocean and is the third largest city in Russia after Moscow and St.Petersburg with a population
of about 1,4 million people. Novosibirsk was founded in 1893. It is located on both sides of the Siberian
river Ob and its history is closely connected with the construction of the Trans-Siberian railroad Moscow-Vladivostok.
Today Novosibirsk is an important industrial, agricultural, transport, cultural and scientific center.
The city has the biggest Siberian up-to-date airport Tolmachevo, a river port and railway station.
Akademgorodok, wich means "Scientific Town" in Russian, is a part of Novosibirsk
- is a world-known scientific center.
Akademgorodok - the Siberian city of science -
is 40 kilometers south of the center of Novosibirsk.
It was founded in 1957 and was intended to be an interdisciplinary research center.
Physicists, chemists, mathematicians, archaeologists, electronics specialists, philosophers,
geologists and geneticists are its residents. Akademgorodok is an agglomeration of a large number of
scientific and educational institutions: Novosibirsk State University, one of Russia's three leading
universities, Physics-Mathematics School, Higher College of Informatics, fifty scientific research
and design institutes of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science are among them.
Most of the research Institutes are located along Lavrentiev Prospect - the street was listed in the
Guinness Book of World Records as the "most scientific street" in the world.