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517. WE-Heraeus-Seminar: <br/> Accelerator physics for intense ion beams
Holger Podlech, Oliver Boine-Frankenheim, Sabrina Appel
Focus and aims of the 517. WE-Heraeus-Seminar:
- Expected beam intensity limits in proton and heavy-ion accelerators
- Main challenges (in terms of accelerator physics and technology) for the expansion of existing facilities (such as LHC) and for those in the planning stage (such as FAIR and ESS).
- Current and future applications for high-intensity ion accelerators
- Alternative types of acceleration, such as laser acceleration
- Opportunities and limitations of the computer modeling of intensive ion beams.
The Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation is a private foundation which supports scientific research and education with emphasis on physics. The foundation established in 1963 is the most important private institution funding physics in Germany.