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10th International Study Group
on Linear Colliders
(ISG-X) - NLC Joint Meeting
June 17 - 20, 2003
Agenda | Register | Registered Participants

Working Groups & Sub Gruops:

WG1: Accelerator Design Schedule: Fuji Rm. -       T.  Raubenheimer,  Kaoru Yokoya

  • Beam Dynamics Kiyoshi  Kubo, N. Solyak
  • Interaction Region, T. Markiewicz, Parker, Toshi Tauchi
  • GM & Vibration - J. Gronberg, A. Seryi, Toshi Tauchi

WG2: Power Sources and SLED II - Chin, Tantawi, Vlieks - Orange Rm. (Bldg. 040)

WG3: Structures - Carter, Higo, Wang
GLAST III (Bldg. 234)

WG4:Conventional Facilities - Corvin, Enomoto, Kuchler Conventional Facilities Conf. room (Bldg. 281)

What is SLAC-KEK ISG Meeting?

The SLAC-KEK ISG was formed in 1998, based on a Memorandum of Understanding between SLAC and KEK on development of Linear Colliders, which utilizes room-temperature RF technologies for the main linacs.  This is the tenth (X) ISG meeting in its series for the SLAC-KEK International Linear Collider Study Group (ISG).

The meeting is open to anyone who is collaborating with members of KEK and SLAC on accelerator development for future linear colliders, whether from academic or industrial standpoint. There will be no registration fee this time, but please pay $20 for BBQ dinner (June 18) to Naomi. Please contact Naom i or see the Evite for more details.  For inquiries, contact Nixx Arias or  Naomi N. Nagahashi  at Fax: (650) 926-5124.


 The goals for this combined ISG-X/NLC Collaboration Meeting are:

  1. Discuss technical issues, progress, and plans toward meeting TRC R1 demonstration requirements.
  2. Discuss technical issues, progress, and plans toward meeting TRC R2 demonstration requirements.
  3. Prepare for the international technology selection process that is expected to occur in 2004.  Discuss how we best present the case for the X-Band collider technology.

Meeting Room Map | Past ISG Meetings


The new SLAC Guest House is now available, but the block of rooms for the meeting has now been released, and space is first-come first-serve.  If you want to use it, please book directly at  SLAC Guest House.  or let Naomi know for your travel dates ASAP.
This page was updated on June 19, 2003 by Naomi.