The first two talks of the 2021 JAI seminar series have been a great success explaining two rather interesting topics to packed audiences. The third talk, to be given on Thursday 4th February 2021, aims to do the same. Professor Shinichiro Michizono, of KEK, will be giving a seminar on the International Linear Collider (ILC). The talk, to be given at the exceptional start time of 15:00, will cover the current status of the ILC and what the next steps will be in terms of its realisation. The talk will be give via Zoom and can be accessed by this Zoom link.
After last week's successful first talk in the 2021 JAI seminar series, an event attended virtually by over 40 physicists, Frank Zimmerman of CERN will this week give a talk on the proposed Future Circular Collider (FCC). The talk is due to start at 16:15 on Thursday 28th January and will hosted on this Zoom link.
To kick 2021 off in the best way possible, Professor Steinar Stapnes of CERN will be giving a JAI seminar of the eSPS facility at CERN on Thursday 21st January at 16:15.
The design of a potential new electron facility at CERN has been published as a conceptual design report (CDR). The so called eSPS project, will involve injecting electron beams into the existing CERN super proton synchrotron (SPS), and has been designed by a collaboration including several researchers from the John Adams Institute. Published on 18th December 2020, the CDR can found here.
The ever popular JAI seminar series will be continuing over Hilary Term despite all of the mayhem thrown up by the current pandemic. Obviously, the lectures will not be able to take place in person and will instead be held virtually over Zoom. The new schedule, which can be found on the JAI Lectures tab, is a veritable smorgasbord of exciting topics from world leading experts in accelerator physics.
The first such talk will take place on Thursday 21st January 2021, and will be given by Steinar Stapnes of CERN on the new eSPS facility, a proposed accelerator complex, with design input from members of the JAI, to be built at CERN.