Linac applications discussed at High Gradient 2019 ranged from CLIC to XFELs and medical accelerators.
CLIC study leaders respond to preprint comparing CLIC with a Future Circular Collider.
If approved, the new machine will reuse infrastructure from the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider.
A colloquium was held at CERN on 25 November 2019.
Beginning two months after the initially planned date, Run 3 will be extended by one year, until the end of 2024, to maximise physics data taking.
Accelerator physicists in the US have proposed an alternative approach to the design of the proposed Future Circular electron-positron Collider using energy-recovery linacs.
Steinar Stapnes considers the past, present and future of CERN’s proposed Compact Linear Collider.
A better understanding of the role of magnetic flux trapping and impurities for RF losses has pushed state-of-the-art niobium to near its theoretical limit.
Beam-cooling results from the Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment were shown at COOL'19.
Superconducting magnet technology has fuelled some of the greatest discoveries in high-energy physics and is at the core of existing and next-generation circular particle accelerators, writes Luca Bot...