31 August 2023 to 1 September 2023
Cornell University
America/New_York timezone


As a spinoff of the C3 Collider collaboration, this workshop will explore Cold Copper accelerator technology R+D and broad-ranging applications including colliders, synchrotron radiation, medicine,  industry, and more.

Community interest in the cool copper acceleration technology, driven in large part by the C3 collider collaboration, is growing into a range of other applications. The purpose of this workshop is to explore cross-cutting R+D and spur collaboration and coordination across existing and future experimental efforts. This workshop will identify areas of highest priority R&D and gaps in available technology, including RF sources,  that can be used to advance the cold copper accelerator technology. Partnerships and areas of interest will be identified from the participants.

Our workshop will be hybrid. Our zoom connection info for both days:

Zoom link

Meeting ID: 918 5692 3938
Passcode: 433450

Remote participants should please register at the link to the left, but are not required to pay the workshop fee.  

International Program Committee :

  • Caterina Vernieri, SLAC 
  • Emilio Nanni, SLAC 
  • Sami Tantawi, SLAC
  • Jared Maxson, Cornell University
  • Nigel Lockyer, Cornell University
  • Matthias Liepe, Cornell University
  • Georg Hoffstaetter, Cornell University
  • Phillip Burrows, University of Oxford
  • Walter Wuensch, CERN
  • James Rosenzweig, UCLA
  • Evgenya Simakov, LANL
  • David Alesini, INFN
  • Angeles Faus-Golfe, IJCLab
  • Leonid Rivkin, Paul Scherrer Institute
  • Ali Nassiri, ANL
  • Mark Palmer, BNL
  • Bruce Carlsten, LANL
  • Tianhuan Luo, LBNL
  • Tristan Dupree, NIKHEF
  • Bob Laxdal, TRIUMF

Local Organizing Committee:

  • Jared Maxson, Lead (maxson@cornell.edu)
  • Nigel Lockyer (nigel.lockyer@cornell.edu)
  • Katerina Malysheva (evm23@cornell.edu)
  • Rick Ryan (rjr327@cornell.edu)


Cornell University
Clark Hall, 700
142 Sciences Dr, Ithaca, NY 14850
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