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Extending the energy reach of the ILC

| 11 August 2011 A new study is being undertaken to extend the maximum energy of the ILC from the present design of 0.5 TeV towards 1.0 TeV, either as a future option or possibly for the initial machine. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , ,

Low-power option adopted for ILC technical design baseline

| 14 April 2011 Establishing a new baseline for the ILC technical design requires balancing performance, cost and risk issues. A proposal to halve the number of bunches in the machine, reducing power and cost has been approved, following a one-year study of all the impacts. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , , , , ,

Parameters for the Linear Collider ā€“ An Update

| 7 December 2006 As we explore the possible trade-offs to make the ILC Reference Design as cost effective as possible, we have needed sharper definitions for some of the stated parameters, making us consider alternatives. -- By Barry Barish Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , ,

Revisiting the ILC Parameters

| 24 August 2006 An innocent looking little document entitled Parameters for the Linear Collider dated 30 September 2003 has to a large extent determined the present baseline design of the ILC. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , ,

Energy Upgrade

| 23 February 2006 Possible upgrade scenarios to 1 TeV were discussed at length during the Snowmass Workshop last summer, but no conclusions or consensus emerged. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , ,

Global Group 1

| 13 October 2005 As I discussed in this column last week, the starting point for us in determining the baseline configuration for the ILC is a set of top-level physics parameters agreed to by the global community and contained in a report created by an international ICFA / ILCSC subcommittee dated September 30, 2003 and entitled, Parameters for the Linear Collider. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged:

Parameters for the Linear Collider

| 6 October 2005 The main goal of the GDE this fall is to determine a baseline configuration for the ILC. This baseline will serve as the basis for the reference design process that we will carry out next year. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: