18-19 September 2019
Seminar Hall, 3-go-kan, KEK Tsukuba Campus
Asia/Tokyo timezone
SAD is a computer code developed at KEK since 1986 (http://acc-physics.kek.jp/SAD/index.html) for design/simulation/operation of accelerator beams. SAD has been applied for a number of accelerators including TRISTAN, KEK-ATF, SLAC-FFTB, KEKB, Photon Factory, J-PARC, BEPC-II, and SuperKEKB. It has been also used for deign works of future machines such as Muon Collider, ILC, CEPC, and FCC-ee. SAD features: - Beam optics calculation and matching up to 6D - Full symplectic 6D particle tracking, including weak-strong beam-beam effects, space charge, and wake fields - Beam envelope calculation with synchrotron radiation, intrabeam scattering, and space charge effects - Accelerator and beam operation with EPICS interface - A Mathematica-like script language for programming, data manipulation, and graphics with object-oriented feature Two SAD workshops have been held in 1998 and 2006: http://acc-physics.kek.jp/sad/sad.ws.html http://acc-physics.kek.jp/sad/SAD2006/index.html We think the workshop has at least two goals this time: - Exchange experiences (either good or bad) on using SAD at various projects - Learn other superior accelerator codes in the world to consider the future of SAD We welcome your attendance. Yukiyoshi Ohnishi, chair of SAD Workshop 2019
Starts 18 Sep 2019 08:00
Ends 19 Sep 2019 18:00
Asia/Tokyo
Seminar Hall, 3-go-kan, KEK Tsukuba Campus