Agenda of the Ground Motion Workshop and Presentations

  Monday AM   moderator: Vladimir Shiltsev
Introductions and reviews

Registration and breakfast 8:00-9:00
Welcome Address Dave Burke, SLAC 9:00-9:10
Workshop Goals and Structure Andrei Seryi, SLAC 9:10-9:20
General introduction of Ground motion and vibration (GM&V) Tor Raubenheimer, SLAC 9:20-9:45
Ground Vibration Problems at the Light Sources Sushil Sharma, APS 9:45-10:20
Theoretical Studies of Ground Motion Effects at the SSC Gennady Stupakov, SLAC 10:20-10:55
Coffee break 11:00-11:15
GM&V problems in Linear Colliders Ralph Assmann, CERN 11:15-11:50
Passive ground motion attenuation and inertial damping in Gravitational Wave Detectors Virginio Sannibale, LIGO 11:50-12:30

  Monday PM   moderator: Tor Raubenheimer
Fast Motion and Vibrations (f>about 1Hz)

Overview of SLAC ground motion studies. Basic characteristics of fast motion, amplitudes, correlation, site and geology dependence,  methods of measurements Chris Adolphsen, SLAC 1:30-2:05
Vibration Measurements at Accelerators Worldwide Vladimir Shiltsev, FNAL 2:05-2:40
Ground motion in the HERA Interaction Region      Written Paper Christoph Montag, DESY 2:40-3:05
Specifics of the detector hall noise, SLD data Marty Breidenbach, Andrei Seryi, SLAC 3:05-3:30
Coffee break 3:30-3:45
Ground vibrations at the site of ESRF and comparison with some other places Lin Zhang, ESRF 3:45-4:10
Measurements of correlated ground motion over long baselines at LIGO Mark Coles, LIGO 4:10-4:35
Vibration related activities at the ESRF Lin Zhang, ESRF 4:35-5:00
More short talks/discussion   5:00-6:00

  Monday 6:30-8:00PM:
Reception in SLAC breezeway

  Tuesday AM     moderator: Norbert Holtkamp
Slow Motion (minutes-years)

Breakfast 8:30-9:00
Slow Diffusive Motion -Pro Vladimir Shiltsev, FNAL 9:00-9:35
Comparative Surveys and Successive Realignments : useful tools and significant estimates Michel Mayoud, CERN 9:35-9:55
LEP stability study: a normalized and decorrelated approach in assessing the vertical movements and deformations of long linear/curvilinear structures      Written Paper Fengxiang Jin, CERN/SUST, Michel Mayoud, CERN 9:55-10:20
LEP Long-term Vertical Tunnel Movements: How and Why Rainer Pitthan, SLAC 10:20-10:45
Discussion   10:45-11:00
Coffee break 11:00-11:15
Ground motion model for the LHC      Written Paper Andre Verdier, Lucien Vos, CERN 11:15-11:40
KEK slow motion studies, geology dependence Noboru Yamamoto, KEK 11:40-12:05
SLAC tunnel motion and analysis Andrei Seryi, SLAC 12:05-12:30


  Tuesday PM     moderator: Nan Phinney
Slow Motion (continued).

LEP Motion Analysis Andrei Seryi, SLAC 1:30-1:55
A hipothesis on slow motion unification Andrei Seryi, SLAC 1:55-2:00
Implications of geology, environment and construction for existing and future machines in terms of ground motion Christopher Laughton, FNAL 2:00-2:35
A Physicist's Approach to Tunnel Boring      Written Paper Joe Lach, FNAL 2:35-3:00
Horizontal and Vertical Deformation Movements Observed on The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility Site David Martin, ESRF 3:00-3:25
Coffee break 3:30-3:45
Slow Ground Motion Observed by LIGO Luca Matone, LIGO 3:45-4:10
Developments of Hydrostatic Level System at Budker INP Anatoly Medvedko, Budker INP 4:10-4:35
Slow ground motion at SPring-8 Schin Date', SPring-8 4:35-5:00
Tidal Corrections to Direction Observations Catherine Le Cocq, SLAC 5:00-5:25
Slow Groun Motion at KEK PS MR Tunnel Noboru Yamamoto, KEK 11:40-12:05


  Wednesday AM     moderator: Ralph Assmann
Modeling GM&V and evaluation of the effect on the beam

Breakfast 8:30-9:00
Evaluation of GM&V influence on linear colliders John Irwin, SLAC 9:00-9:35
Methods of ground motion modeling and applications Andrei Seryi, SLAC 9:35-10:00
Conceptual Design of the Final Magnet Support for NLC Knut Skarpaas VIII, SLAC 10:00-10:25
More short talks, discussion   10:25-11:00
Coffee break   11:00-11:15

Methods of GM&V counteraction (mostly beam-independent)

Active Isolation and Alignment for the Optics in LIGO 2 (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory) Brian Lantz, Stanford University 11:15-11:50
Swiss Light Source design and engineering experience Sasa Zelenika, PSI 11:50-12:15
More short talks, discussion   12:15-12:30

  Wednesday PM    moderator: Marc Ross
Methods of GM&V counteraction (continued)

DESY studies of active methods of position stabilization      Written Paper Christoph Montag, DESY 1:30-1:55
Vibration damping device development for the ESRF storage ring magnet-girder assembly Lin Zhang, ESRF 1:55-2:20
Tests of STACIS for active stabilization at SLAC Gordon Bowden,  SLAC  2:20-2:45
Girder design and site vibration studies for SPEAR-3 upgrade Domenico Dell'Orco, SLAC/SSRL 2:45-3:10
More short talks/discussion   3:10-3:30
Coffee break   3:30-3:45

  Wednesday 4:00-6:00PM:
Excursion to FFTB, SLD, BABAR

Wednesday 7:00-10:00PM:
Dinner at Chef Chu's



  Thursday AM    moderator: Tom Markiewicz
Counteraction methods, R&D plans, Working out collaborative plans, Summary

Breakfast 8:30-9:00
Vibration suppression R&D at SLAC Joe Frisch SLAC 9:00-9:25
Vibration Suppression R&D at University of British Columbia Tom Mattison, UBC 9:25-9:50
An FSI alignment system for the ATLAS inner detector and possible applications for NLC. (FSI = Frequency Scanning Interferometry) Armin ReicholdUniversity of Oxford 9:50-10:15
More short talks, discussion, R&D plans on GM&V from different laboratories   10:15-11:00
On R&D Plans Ralph AssmanndCERN
Quadrupole Stability in CLIC-Linac. On R&D Plans Gilbert GuignardCERN
Illustration of ATL and Alpha(T) Significance Michel MayoudCERN
On LEP Motion Andre VerdierCERN
Coffee break   11:00-11:15
Discussion to identify the outstanding problems and possible ways to study and solve them in  a collaborative manner all 11:15-11:45
Workshop Outcome and Summary Andrei Seryi, SLAC 11:45-12:00
Adjourn   12:00


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