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JFIC - JACoW Fake International Conference

Europe/Zurich
TBD (Zoom)

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Ivan Andrian (Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A.)
Description

JFIC'21 is the first event in this test series.

Scientific Secretariat
    • Introductions TBD

      TBD

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      Introduction to the conference by the Organizing Committee Chair, the Programme Committee Chair, and the Local Organizing Committee Chair

    • MOXA MC1 Invited Orals: Invited Oral Presentations Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Invited Oral Presentations in MC1

      • 1
        Third invited oral presentation proposal on 2 March

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        Speaker: David Button (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation)
      • 2
        This is the first dummy invited oral proposal using Tracks instead of Track Groups

        This is the first dummy invited oral proposal using Tracks instead of Track Groups.

        Speaker: Todd Satogata (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility)
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break TBD

      TBD

      Zoom

    • MOYA MC2 Invited Orals: Invited Oral Presentation Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Session devoted to invited oral presentations in the field of circular accelerators.

      • 3
        This is a proposal for an invited oral presentation: Edited by Admin

        This test is entered following the setting up of the abstract form for submission outside of the deadlines. Abstract edited by Admin.

        Speaker: John Poole (European Organization for Nuclear Research)
    • MOOA MC2 Contributed Orals: Contributed Oral Presentations Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Contributed Oral Presentations in MC2

      • 4
        Contributed Oral Presentation

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        Speaker: Todd Satogata (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility)
      • 5
        Beam Size

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        Speaker: Zhichu Chen (Shanghai Advanced Research Institute)
      • 6
        The Fake Results of Extremely Interesting Research

        A novel technique has been applied to a thing, producing alarmingly innovative results which advance the current state of the art of the thing by at least two orders of magnitude. The astounding results are presented here.

        Speaker: Dong Eon Kim (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory)
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch Break TBD

      TBD

      Zoom

    • MOZA MC3 Invited Orals: Invited Oral Presentations Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Invited Oral Presentation in MC3

      • 7
        Three is the perfect number

        Since 2021, every facility should include exactly three different accelerators.
        This presentation will explain exactly why.
        Yes, exactly. *

        Speaker: Todd Satogata (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility)
      • 8
        Overflow in abstracts proposal

        Somebody states that three is the perfect number.

        This fourth abstract proposed is the real demonstration that it's not true.


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        Speaker: Dr David Button (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation)
    • MOOB MC3 Contributed Oral Presentations: MC3 Contributed orals Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Contributed Oral Presentations in MC3

    • MOPA MC9 Poster presentations: MC9 Poster Presentations Adrien Room (Poster Area)

      Adrien Room

      Poster Area

      Poster presentations in MC9

    • MOPP MC1 Poster Session: MC1 Poster Session Pedro Room, (Poster Area)

      Pedro Room,

      Poster Area

      Poster presentations in Track MC1 in Pedro Area

    • MOPT MC7 Poster Presentations: MC7 Poster Session Thomas Room (Poster Area)

      Thomas Room

      Poster Area

      Poster presentations in MC7

    • TUXA MC4 Invited Orals: Invited Oral Presentations in MC4 Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Invited oral Presentations in MC4

      • 12
        Comments-shaming in the IPAC era

        When entering (was: comments) footnotes in the box here below, it comes a time when the space is over and no more characters are accepted.
        This may suggest that the comments area is fixed in length.
        So far so good. However, when submitting we get an error of the comments area exceeding 200 chars. Strange, since the interface itself prevented any more chars to be entered.
        By deleting only one char the abstract is accepted. This suggests that Indico is not counting the number of characters entered correctly.

        Speaker: Jan Chrin (Paul Scherrer Institut)
    • TUXB MC1 Invited Orals: MC1 Invited Oral Presentations Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

      Invited oral presentations in MC1

      • 13
        A new Non Linear Kicker for Sirius

        Using bold and italic just to see how it works. Now I understand the reason for the box below.

        Speaker: Johan Olander (European Spallation Source ERIC)
    • TUOAA MC4 Contributed Oral Presentations: MC4 Contributed orals Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Contributed oral presentations in MC4

    • TUOAB MC1 Contributed Oral Presentations: MC1 Contributed Oral Presentations Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

      Contributed oral presentations in MC1

      • 18
        An Interesting Subject

        Here is one of the interesting subjects.

        Speaker: Volker RW Schaa (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
      • 19
        A Test Abstract

        Some Content

        Speaker: JACoW Demo Submitter
      • 20
        Another test

        content

        Speaker: JACoW Demo Submitter
      • 21
        My First JACoW abstract

        This is a test abstract to help with the validation of the platform

        Speaker: Thomas Baron (European Organization for Nuclear Research)
      • 22
        My Second JACoW abstract

        A second test proposal

        Speaker: Thomas Baron (European Organization for Nuclear Research)
      • 23
        Position Scanning Solutions At The Tarumã Station At The Carnaúba Beamline At Sirius/Lnls

        TARUMÃ is the sub-microprobe station of the CARNAÚBA beamline at Sirius/LNLS. Covering the range from 2.05 to 15keV, the probe consists of a fully-coherent monochromatic beam varying from 550 to 120nm with flux of up to 1e11ph/s/100mA after the achromatic focusing op-tics. Hence, positioning requirements span from nanometer-level errors for high-resolution experiments to fast continuous trajectories for high throughput, whereas a large flexibility is required for different sample setups and simultaneous multi-technique X-ray analyses, including tomography. To achieve this, the overall architecture of the station relies on a pragmatic sample position-ing solution, with a rotation stage with a range of 220°, coarse stages for sub-micrometer resolution in a range of 20mm in XYZ, and a fine piezo stage for nanometer resolution in a range of 0.3mm in XYZ. Typical scans consist of continuous raster 2D trajectories perpendicularly to the beam, over ranges that vary from tens to hundreds of micrometers, with acquisition times in range of milliseconds. Positioning based on 4th-order trajectories and feedforward, triggering including the multiple detectors and data storage are addressed.

        Speaker: Dr Ivan Andrian (Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A.)
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break TBD

      TBD

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      Coffee Break

    • TUYA MC5 Invited Oral Presentations: MC5 Invited Oral Presentation Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Invited Oral Presentations in MC5

      • 24
        Yet another effort

        Efforts

        Speaker: Pavel Snopok (Illinois Institute of Technology)
    • TUYB MC3 Invited Oral Presentations: MC3 Invited Oral Presentation Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

      Invited oral presentations in MC3

      • 25
        This is another dummy submission

        A dummy submission submitted via my iPad

        Speaker: Zhichu Chen (Shanghai Advanced Research Institute)
    • TUOBA MC5 Contributed Oral Presentations: MC5 Contributed Oral Presentations Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Contributed oral presentations in MC5

      • 26
        Ours is the Fury

        House Baratheon - Ours is the Fury

        Speaker: David Button (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation)
      • 27
        Lovely day today

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        Speaker: Michaela Marx (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron)
      • 28
        The Beam Impedance Study of the Siam Photon Source Storage Ring

        Since the Siam Photon Source (SPS) has electron beam energy upgraded from 1.0 GeV to 1.2 GeV in 2005, the storage ring impedance measurements was done once in 2007. Two insertion devices (IDs) have been installed in the SPS storage ring during June to August 2013. These add several vacuum components in the storage ring, which affect the ring impedance. The instabilities of beam inside the ring are not well understood and need further investigation. Quantitative understanding of instabilities requires detailed knowledge of impedance of the ring. For this purpose, the activities of impedance study are developed aiming to establish an impedance database. The wake potentials of each vacuum component will be kept and maintains in a standard format. The Self Describing Data Sets (SDDS) file format will be utilized torecord component's wake potentials. The wake potentials of each vacuum component can be obtained from a particle tracking simulations; CST particle studio will be used in the simulation process. Details of beam impedance study on tapered chambers, bellows, and small cross section chambers in order to construct an impedance database will be presented.

        Speaker: Nawin Juntong (Synchrotron Light Research Institute)
    • TUOBB MC3 Contributed Oral Presentations: MC3 Contributed Oral Presentations Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

      Contributed oral presentations in MC3

    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch Break TBD

      TBD

      Zoom

    • TUZA MC6 Invited oral presentations: MC6 Invited Oral Presentation Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Invited oral presentations in MC6

    • TUZB MC7 Invited Oral Presentations: MC7 Invited Oral Presentations Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

      Invited oral presentations in MC7

    • TUOCA MC6 Contributed Oral Presentations: MC6 Contributed Oral Presentations Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Contributed oral presentations in MC6

      • 36
        The Study of Decreasing Water Cooling Temperature of the RF Cavity to Prolong Operation of Water Cooling Station and Energy Saving

        The stable cooling system is an important system for a stable operation of the RF cavity. The new RF cavity system was installed in the Siam Photon Source (SPS) in 2016. The new cavity is kept running with
        42-degree Celsius water cooling system. There were several problems with the cooling system during one-year operation. The main problem is the heat accumulate in the system. The activities to decrease this
        accumulated heat in the cooling unit is in progress. The study to decrease the cooling temperature is also started. Decreasing water temperature will prolong operation of water cooling unit and help a bit of
        reducing electricity consumption. The activities are concerned the changing position of tuner to get the operation frequency with the temperature changing. The cavity is a capacitive loaded type and is tuned by
        changing the capacitor gap. This deforms shape of the cavity, which affects the higher order mode (HOM) frequencies. The study of these HOMs with the temperature and the effect to the stored beam will be
        presented.

        Speaker: Nawin Juntong (Synchrotron Light Research Institute)
      • 37
        The RF Accelerating Voltage Study of the New RF Cavity to Minimize the Discrepancy Between the Beam Dynamics and Settings at SLRI

        The lifetime of the stored beam in storage ring is maintained by a sufficient RF acceleration from a cavity. The longitudinal dynamics of the stored beam is dominated by the RF accelerating voltage of the cavity. There is a discrepancy between the setting RF voltage and the beam dynamics measurement. This affects the beam dynamics studies to maintain a good quality beam to produce a good synchrotron light. The discrepancy should be kept at acceptable value. The activities to clarify this discrepancy such as the cavity voltage measurement with the synchrotron tune, and the calibrating of the RF cavity voltage are performed. Details and results of these activities will be presented.

        Speaker: Nawin Juntong (Synchrotron Light Research Institute)
      • 38
        Supporting Flexible Runtime Control and Storage Ring Operation With the FAIR Settings Management System

        The FAIR Settings Management system has now been used productively for the GSI accelerator facility operating synchrotrons, storage rings, and transfer lines. The system’s core is being developed in a collaboration with CERN, and is based on CERN’s LHC Software Architecture (LSA) framework. At GSI, 2018 was dedicated to integrating the Beam Scheduling System BSS. Major implementations for storage rings were performed in 2019, while 2020 the main focus was on optimizing the performance of the overall control system. Integrating with the BSS allows us to configure the beam execution directly from the settings management system. Defining signals and conditions enables us to control the runtime behavior of the machine. The storage ring mode supports flexible operation with features allowing to pause the machine and execute in-cycle modifications, using concepts like breakpoints, repetitions, skipping, and manipulation. After providing these major new features and their successful productive use, the focus was shifted on optimizing their performance. The performance was analyzed and improved based on real-word scenarios defined by operations and machine experts. Am adding an amount of blabla to see whether I can get up to 1200 characters and what happens. I ought to be there by now so am wondering whether the 1200 works or not ... There is apparently a way to go until I reach the 1200. Perhaps the blank spaces aren't counted? Wonder whether carriage returns are counted. This ought to be over 1200 characters ...

        Speaker: Raphael Mueller (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
    • TUOCB MC7 Contributed Oral Presentations: MC7 Contributed orals Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

      Contributed oral presentations in MC7

    • TUPA MC9 Poster Presentations: MC9 Poster Presentations Adrien Room (Poster Area)

      Adrien Room

      Poster Area

      Poster presentations in MC9

    • TUPP MC1 Poster Presentations: MC1 Poster Session Pedro Room (Poster Area)

      Pedro Room

      Poster Area

      Poster Presentions in MC1

    • TUPT MC7 Poster Presentations: MC7 Poster Presentations Thomas Room (Poster Area)

      Thomas Room

      Poster Area

      Poster presentations in MC7

    • WEXA MC2 Invited Orals: MC2 Invited Oral Presentations Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      MC2 Invited Oral Presentations

      • 42
        MC2 Invited Oral Presentation

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        Speaker: Volker RW Schaa (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
      • 43
        The JACoW collaboration enters a new phase with Indico

        After 18 years of using Oracle to host the JACoW Scientific Program Management System (SPMS), the JACoW collaboration looks forward to a new implementation within Indico, thereby securing the long-term sustainability of JACoW services tailored towards the accelerator community.

        Speaker: Dr Jan Chrin (Paul Scherrer Institut)
      • 44
        ALBA CONTROLS SYSTEM SOFTWARE STACK UPGRADE

        ALBA, a 3rd Generation Synchroton Light Source located near Barcelona in Spain, is in operation since 2012. During the last 10 years, the updates of ALBA's Control System were severely limited in order to prevent disruptions of production equipment, at the cost of having to deal with hardware and software obsolescence, elevating the effort of maintenance and enhancements. The construction of the second phase new beamlines accelerated the renewal of the software stack. In order to limit the number of supported platforms we also gradually upgraded the already operational subsystems. We are in the process of switching to the Debian OS, upgrading to the Tango 9 Control System framework including the Tango Archiving System to HDB++, migrating our code to Python 3, and migrating our GUIs to PyQt5 and PyQtGraph, etc. In order to ensure the project quality and to facilitate future upgrades, we try to automate testing, packaging, and configuration management with CI/CD pipelines using, among others, the following tools: pytest, Docker, GitLab-CI and Salt. In this paper, we present our strategy in this project, the current status of different upgrades and we share the lessons learnt.

        Speaker: Ivan Andrian (Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A.)
    • WEXB MC4 Invited Oral Presentations: MC4 Invited Oral Presentations Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

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      • 45
        Vacuum System Improvement of Linear Accelerator of BEPCII

        BEPCⅡ,a linear accelerator, developed by institute of high energy physics of Chinese academy of sciences, is an electron-positron collider beam accelerator. It is modified on the basis of the BEPC linear accelerator, which is mainly consisted of the electron gun, accelerating tube, positron source, beam detector, klystron modulator, waveguides, etc. To meet the needs of the BEPCII, linear accelerator needs to operate in the high vacuum state to reduce the scattering effect of residual gas on beam flow. That is why a full transformation was made to vacuum system, including the pump configuration, vacuum pipe layout, measuring system and the valve controller upgrade, and klystron, positron source, vacuum transformation of waveguide valve. All vacuum components were designed and fabricated in strict accordance with the ultra-high vacuum process, which ultimately reached the standard of design acceptance index in advance. And the vacuum value: electron gun: P≤6.7×10-7 Pa, accelerating tube center: P≤6.7×10-5 Pa, klystron output window: P≤6.7×10-6 Pa.

        Speaker: Ivan Andrian (Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A.)
      • 46
        Extra Testing Abstract

        This is a new abstract for testing.

        Speaker: Pavel Snopok (Illinois Institute of Technology)
      • 47
        Extra contribution for scheduling

        this needs a track

        Speaker: Christine Petit-Jean-Genaz (European Organization for Nuclear Research)
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break TBD

      TBD

      Zoom

    • WEYAA MC1 Invited Oral Presentation Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Invited Oral in MC1

      • 48
        soccermatrix joins forces with the COVAX initiative

        The 2020 European Championship will finally get underway in June, following a year's delay due to the pandemic. soccermatrix will be hosting its first event after an unscheduled absence of three years. Proceeds to UNICEF's appeal for worldwide fair access to Covid-19 vaccines (a part of the COVAX initiative).

        Speaker: Christine Petit-Jean-Genaz (European Organization for Nuclear Research)
    • WEYBA MC4 Invited Oral Presentation Auditorium B

      Auditorium B

      Invited oral presentation in MC4

      • 49
        second contribution

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        Speakers: Indico Lambda (European Organization for Nuclear Research) , Pedro Lourenço (European Organization for Nuclear Research)
    • WEYACA Closing Session: Closing Session Auditorium A

      Auditorium A

      Closing Session

    • THX Auditorium A

      Auditorium A