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Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 2:00pmVirtual Event
Title: Accelerator and Beam Physics Grand Challenges
Abstract: Accelerators are a key capability for enabling discoveries in many fields such as Elementary Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, and Materials Sciences. While recognizing the past dramatic successes of accelerator-based particle physics research, the April 2015 report of the Accelerator Research and Development Subpanel of HEPAP recommended the development of a long-term vision and a roadmap for accelerator science and technology to enable future DOE HEP capabilities. This talk summarizes two preparatory workshops, documenting the community vision for the national accelerator and beam physics research program. It identifies the Grand Challenges of accelerator and beam physics (ABP) field and documents research opportunities to address these Grand Challenges.
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