Professor Philip Burrows has been working with UK company TMD Technologies to design key elements of a next-generation electron-positron collider at CERN.
The Hilary term JAI lecture series has reached its half way point. Despite this, there's no let up in the quality of the talks on offer! The next talk will be given by Dr. Makoto Tobiyama of KEK on the SuperKEKB accelerator. The talk, which will be given on 18th February, at the exceptional time of 14:00, will be held via Zoom and can be accessed by this Zoom link.
The fourth talk in the 2021 JAI seminar series will be given by Professor Lucio Rossi of the University of Milano. The talk entitled "Superconducting Magnets: an enabling technology for physics research and for society" will be given on Thursday 11th February 2021 at 16:00. The talk can be accessed via this by this Zoom link.
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.