SLAC has been investigating the feasibility of hosting the demonstration of Cool Copper Collider technology as an alternative approach for high energy e+e- collider . This technology is based on the break through that SLAC researchers have made in pushing normal conducting RF acceleration structure towards extreme high gradient [2,3]. The ongoing design study aims for putting together a coherent plan and roadmap for addressing the required R&Ds to bring this technology towards more compact and cost-effective high energy linac. This talk will present the status along with brief introduction of accelerator R&Ds at SLAC.
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