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The proposed Russian ILC site

| 10 July 2008 One of the most difficult and tricky issues for the Global Design Effort in carrying out our design work is how to approach the siting issue for the ILC before proposals are actually solicited for hosting the machine. Conventional facilities are a major part of the project, accounting for almost one third of the total costs. Therefore, in order to bring as much reality to our reference design as possible, we asked for and studied three "sample sites," one from each region. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , , ,

Integrating ideas at Dubna

| 26 June 2008 At the recent Conventional Facilities and Siting Workshop in Dubna, there were four focus groups: Shallow Site, Infrastructure, Siting and Accelerator Systems. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , , , ,

The GDE to meet in Russia

| 17 April 2008 The next general meeting for the GDE will be at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna, Russia. JINR is a large international laboratory with a long history in accelerator-related science. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , , ,

Siting the ILC: Reference design for the conventional facilities

| 9 August 2007 Where will the ILC be built? This is one of the first questions people ask me whenever I give a presentation on our ambitions to build a new accelerator for particle physics. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , ,

27 July 2005

| I am often asked where the ILC will be sited. The mere fact that I am asked such a question tells me that some of you think we know more than we are revealing about where the ILC will eventually be located. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged:
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