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Accelerator

The ESS accelerator high level requirements are to provide a 2.86 ms long proton pulse at 2 GeV at repetition rate of 14 Hz. This represents 5 MW of average beam power with a 4% duty cycle on target.

The ESS Accelerator Division is responsible for the requirements for all systems for the accelerator and assures that core know-how for the full system is secured at ESS.

External collaboration partners will do the major part of the design update work and a large part of the construction. They are operating with a collaboration guided by a collaboration agreement and with individual contracts for each collaborator with significant work at ESS.

The work of the Accelerator Division is overseen by the Accelerator Management Team (AccMT) and the Accelerator Technical Board (ATB). The ATB includes all work package leaders, the project management team and representatives for all the Accelerator partner institutes.

Accelerator Division Management Team

Mats Lindroos

Head of Accelerator Division

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Caroline Prabert

Personal Assistant

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John Weisend

Group Leader Specialized Technical Servi

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Lali Tchelidze

Section Leader Operations

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Per-Olof Gustavsson

Accelerator Utilities group leader

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Håkan Danared

Deputy Head of Accelerator Division

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Andreas Jansson

Group leader Beam Physics, Operations & Beam Diagnostics

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Anders Sunesson

Group leader RF

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The ESS Accelerator Construction Project Work Packages:

 

  1. Management
  2. Accelerator Physics
  3. Normal Conducting Accelerator (Front End)
  4. Spoke Cryomodules
  5. Elliptical Cryomodules
  6. Beam Delivery Systems (HEBT+A2T)
  7. Beam Diagnostics
  8. RF Systems
  9. N/A
  10. Test Stands
  11. Cryogenics*
  12. Vacuum*
  13. Safety
  14. Accelerator Integration
  15. Electrical Support
  16. Cooling Support
  17. Power Convertors
  18. Engineering Resources
  19. WP 98 General Installation Support
  20. WP 99 Installation

 
*The Cryogenics and Vacuum Work Packages encompass all such services at ESS.


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42 In-Kind Work Packages, from 18 Institutes, in 8 Countries

 

The accelerator tunnel exposed, December 2015. (PHOTO: Perry Nordeng/ESS)