16.10.2006 IR upgrade I
9:30 Introductory remarks J. Fuster Verdu 0:05
9:35 Status of LHC Upgrade  W. Scandale 0:20
9:55 CMS perspective of upgrade  J. Nash 0:20
10:15 ATLAS perspective of upgrade P. Grafstrom 0:20
10:35 Consideration on LHC upgrade from US perspective J. Strait 0:20
10:55 discussion 0:15
11:10 coffee break 0:30
11:40 development of Nb3Sn model quadrupoles in the US G.L. Sabbi 0:20
12:00 Nb3Sn large aperture large gradient T. Sen 0:20
12:20 NbTi pushed T. Taylor 0:20
12:40 lunch 1:30
14:10 low-gradient triplet magnets O. Bruning, R. de Maria  0:20
14:30 dipole first with chromaticity issues  R. de Maria 0:20
14:50 US dipole first optics T. Sen 0:20
15:10 discussion 0:20
15:30 coffee break 0:30
16:00 limits on chromaticity correction A. Faus-Golfe, R de Maria, R. Tomas 0:20
16:20 open midplane dipoles & crab cavity quadrupoles  R. Gupta 0:20
16:40 handling collision debris in quad. & dipole first option N. Mokhov 0:20
17:00 energy deposition in the triplet as a function of distance to IP F. Broggi 0:20
17:20 discussion 0:30
17:50
17.10.2006 IR upgrade II
9:00 Insertion solutions from parametric study  J.-P.Koutchouk  0:20
9:20 D0 and its integrability G. Sterbini 0:20
9:40 Q0 with l*=13 m E. Laface 0:20
10:00 integrability of Q0 in experiments P. Limon 0:20
10:20 discussion 0:30
10:50 coffee break 0:30
11:20 IR upgrade web site R. Tomas 0:20
11:40 parametric tool for insertion ranking E. Todesco 0:20
12:00 wire compensation U. Dorda 0:20
12:20 BBLR W. Fischer 0:20
12:40 discussion 0:30
13:10 lunch 1:30
14:40 crab-cavity optics R. Tomas 0:20
15:00 crab cavities  R. Calaga 0:20
15:20 technological aspects of crab cavities J. Tuckmantel 0:20
15:40 emittance growth due to noise K. Ohmi 0:20
16:00 discussion 0:30
16:30 coffee break 0:30
17:00 head-on compensation with e-lenses (time, risk, performance) V. Shiltsev 0:20
17:20 reserve 0:30
17:50 discussion 0:30
18:20
18.10.2006 IR ranking
9:00 ranking proposal  W. Scandale, F. Zimmermann 0:30
9:30 discussion 1:45
11:15 coffee break  0:30
11:45 synthesis of discussion with emerging recommendation V. Shiltsev, O. Bruning 1:10
12:55 physics potential of PS2 & PS+ A. Blondel 0:20
13:15 special lunch 1:30
19.10.2006 injector upgrade
9:00 injector goals W. Scandale  0:15
9:15 scenarios for the upgrade of the LHC injector complex  R. Garoby 0:30
9:45 physics potential of PS2 & PS+ in regard to beta/EC beams J. Bernabeu 0:20
10:05 presentation of the FAIR synchrotrons SIS100/300 P. Spiller 0:30
10:35 discussion 0:15
10:50 coffee break 0:30
11:20 PS2: basic considerations & optics M. Benedikt 0:30
11:50 beam transfer aspects B. Goddard 0:20
12:10 RF constraints on gamma at transition in PS2 S. Hancock 0:20
12:30 discussion 0:30
13:00 lunch 1:30
14:30 SPS performance with PS2 G. Rumolo 0:20
14:50 magnets for SPS+ G. Kirby  0:40
15:30 pipetron approach for the LHC complex V. Shiltsev  0:20
15:50 coffee break 0:30
16:20 discussion 0:20
16:40 discussion on pros and cons PS+ vs. PS2 W. Scandale, F. Zimmermann 1:00
17:40 synthesis of the discussion F. Zimmermann 0:15
17:55
20.10.2006 intensity limitations 
9:00 intensity limitations in the injectors & LHC G. Arduini 0:30
9:30 machine protection for PS2, SPS, (, LHC+) R. Schmidt 0:20
9:50 collimation for PS2, SPS, LHC R. Assmann 0:20
10:10 RF scenarios & longit. dynamics in SPS & LHC for 12.5 and 75 ns spacing E. Shaposhnikova 0:20
10:30 coffee break  0:30
11:00 transverse feedback for LHC in coast (and for PS2/PS+ & SPS?) W. Hofle 0:30
11:30 experience with Tevatron feedback in coast V. Shiltsev  0:20
11:50 e-cloud in PS2, PS+, SPS+ M. Furman 0:30
12:20 discussion 0:30
12:50 lunch 1:30
14:20 discussion 0:20
14:40 emerging recommendations for the LHC injection W. Scandale, F. Zimmermann 0:20
15:00 coffee break  0:30
15:30 space charge and electron-cloud issues G. Franchetti 0:30
16:00 discussion 1:00
17:00 spare (for GSI discussions) 1:00
18:00 closure