Tag archive: reference design

How small can you go?

| 19 June 2014 The world’s smallest ever beam size of 55 nanometres was achieved by the ATF2 facility at KEK, reported Nobuhiro Terunuma at the AWLC workshop held at Fermilab. And what is more, the results are reproducible, which means that for the ILC, a recovery after a short break would be no issue. Category: Feature | Tagged: , , , , ,

Cost Estimating the ILC Reference Design

| 4 January 2007 One of the most important goals of the ILC Reference Design is to understand enough about costs to provide a reliable indication of the projects scale and as importantly, to provide information and tools that will help guide the engineering design phase. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: ,

Reflections on VLCW06: Physics and Detectors

| 3 August 2006 The University of British Columbia, located in beautiful Vancouver, was the venue of a joint American Linear Collider Planning Group ALCPG and GDE workshop, attended by 300 participants from 19-23 July. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , ,