JLEIC Collaboration Meeting Spring 2016
March 29-31, 2016
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Newport News, VA
JLEIC, a high luminosity polarized electron-ion collider
based on the CEBAF recirculating SRF linac, has been
proposed at Jefferson Lab as its future nuclear science
program beyond 12 GeV CEBAF fixed target program.
The design studies and accelerator R&D of JLEIC have
been actively pursued over the last ten years by Jefferson
Lab staff and external collaborators.
The 3rd JLab Electron-Ion Collider collaboration meeting (Spring, 2016) will be held at Jefferson Lab on the dates of March 29 to 31.
This spring JLEIC collaboration meetings focus on several selected topics of JLEIC design studies and R&D:
- Bunched beam electron cooling and ERL cooler
- Detector interface and interaction region
- Update on a few selected design and R&D issues (electron beam emittance, ion SRF linac and super-ferric magnet)
- Plan for the JLEIC Pre-CDR
Meeting will take place in CEBAF Center room F113.