SLAC is reviving test beams in End Station A. The End Station Test Beam (ESTB) 2011 Workshop will take place on March 17, 2011 at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Menlo Park, California, USA, for discussions of the new electron test beam planned for first operation in Summer 2011. The test beam will provide the full range of electron energies up to 13.6 GeV, and intensities from single particles to .25 nC/ bunch, and will be useful for detector R&D and machine developments.
Please mark your calendars!
The Workshop program will include the status of ESTB preparations, a review of test beam capabilities, and time to learn who is interested in using the test beam and what beam properties and infrastructure support are needed for future tests.
Registration is now open through the Workshop Web Site:
The meeting is conveniently scheduled just before the ALCPG11 Workshop in Eugene, Oregon. The meeting will be held in the ROB Room on the SLAC site overlooking picturesque bay area hills. The workshop will include a tour of the End Station A facility.
More information about the End Station Test Beam and End Station A can be found at https://slacportal.slac.stanford.edu/sites/ard_public/tfd/esa/Pages/default.aspx
We are looking forward to seeing you at SLAC,
Carsten Hast, John Jaros, Mauro Pivi (SLAC) and Erik Ramberg (FNAL)
PS: Sorry if you receive this email multiple times. We didn't want to miss you!