Measurements on beams of particle accelerators: the CERN CLEAR facility

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The primary focus of CERN Linear Electron Accelerator for Research (CLEAR)  is general accelerator research and development, and component studies for existing and possible future machines at CERN. It is based on a broad internal and external user community. Two of the top priorities identified the European Strategy for Particle Physics (ESPS) is covered by CLEAR: namely the prototyping and validation of accelerator components. Secondly, studies of high-gradient acceleration method. CLEAR also provides unique irradiation test capability and excellent training possibilities. In this scenario, it is needed a good control over the beam and the measurement of the beam becomes a key topic.”



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  • Macquarie University
  • Innovation Road
  • Sydney, New South Wales
  • Australia 2109
  • Building: EMC
  • Room Number: G240


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Mr. Antonio Gilardi of CERN

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Measurements on beams of particle accelerators: the CERN CLEAR facility

The primary focus of CERN Linear Electron Accelerator for Research (CLEAR)  is general accelerator research and development, and component studies for existing and possible future machines at CERN. It is based on a broad internal and external user community. Two of the top priorities identified the European Strategy for Particle Physics (ESPS) is covered by CLEAR: namely the prototyping and validation of accelerator components. Secondly, studies of high-gradient acceleration method. CLEAR also provides unique irradiation test capability and excellent training possibilities. In this scenario, it is needed a good control over the beam and the measurement of the beam becomes a key topic.”

Biography:

Antonio Gilardi is an Electronic Engineering born in Napoli in 1994. Antonio has done the Master thesis in collaboration between the University of Napoli, Federico II, and CERN (European Center for Particle Accelerator) institute, working on parasitic response reduction in particle accelerators. Currently, he is doing a Ph.D. in collaboration between the same institutes working on wakefield measurement in CLEAR

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