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 fifth meeting in its series for the SLAC-KEK International Linear Collider Study Group (ISG). A Listing of previous meetings follows:
The 5th SLAC-KEK ISG meeting is to be held at SLAC in the fourth week of February (February 22 - 25, 2000). Except for daily summary sessions in the morning, the majority of the meetings are to be done in the form of Working Group (WG) sessions, where the attendees are expected to actually do some real work.
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 are no attendance fees to be charged.
ISG5 Meeting Goals and Plans
The SLAC-KEK ISG Collaboration on linear collider R&D has made great progress towards the goals set forth in the joint laboratory MOU. There remains much to do. At this fifth meeting of the ISG Collaboration we will review our progress to date and discuss a completed first draft of the ISG Progress Report that will be delivered to the KEK and SLAC Directors at the end of March of this year. We will also discuss goals for joint R&D to continue beyond the completion of the Progress Report, and specific plans for the coming year will be made.
- Six Working Groups (WG) will continue their efforts at this fifth session.
- The general goals of the WGs are:
To update on recent SLAC and ATF progress; plans to finalize the ISG Report.
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