MAP2014 Collaboration Winter Meeting
MAP2014 Collaboration Meeting (Homepage at SLAC)
Please register by November 30, 2014
There will be a MAP Collaboration Meeting at SLAC Dec. 3-7, 2014. Given the excellent progress that has been made since the last MAP Collaboration meeting, we will have much to discuss. The tentative agenda (still very much a work in progress) is available at indico.fnal.gov/event/MAP_2014_Winter_Meeting . A general information page for the meeting, with a registration link, is in the works, and its URL will be announced as soon as it becomes available.
The meeting will consist of overview and focus talks, including talks from young researchers on their recent accomplishments. Topics will include:
We will also discuss the development of a path forward for muon accelerator capabilities, taking into account the recent changes to MAP. Topics will include:
So we hope to see as many of you there as possible! The weather and the company should both be excellent!Jean-Pierre Delahaye
Letter to MAP from the MAP Director
I wanted to write to all of you with a few comments about the P5 recommendations as well as some information about the path forward for our research team.Posted: 5/27/2014
A workshop on the use of muon accelerators for high energy physics applications is being hosted by the US Muon Accelerator Program at Fermilab May 27-31, 2014.
The workshop will focus on recent developments in accelerator design and technology required to enable muon capabilities, the physics potential for precision neutrino sources and colliders based on these capabilities, and the concepts for a staged deployment of these capabilities.
The workshop will consist of both plenary and parallel sessions organized by those collaborating on the physics, accelerator technologies, and detectors associated with muon accelerator capabilities.Posted: 3/28/2014
Bowring was awarded a Peoples Fellowship last year, a position for promising early-career accelerator researchers. He began work at Fermilab in October 2013.
The fellowship gives him the chance to develop new particle accelerator technology.