A special student poster session will take place on Sunday, May 7, 2023 in the 3rd floor of Palazzo del Casinò.
All students receiving a grant to attend the conference must present their work in this session, and must submit a contribution to the proceedings. Posters presented at this session will be considered for a prize for best student posters.
Grant student posters are presented twice during the conference, once during the student poster session, and again during the standard poster sessions.
Student Poster Sessions Set-up
Posters should be set up between 8:30 and 9:00 am on Sunday, May 7, and students should attend to their posters for interactions with judges and arriving conference delegates from 2:00 to 6:00 pm.
Best student posters, will be awarded to 2 students whose work, presented in the special session for students (Sunday, May 7, between 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm) is particularly meritorious. Each winner will receive a cash prize of 500,00 EUR, presented during the Accelerator Prizes Special Session during IPAC’23 on Thursday, May 11 afternoon.
In addition, please consult the Accelerator Prizes page for details on the Bruno Touschek Prize offered to Ph.D or diploma students.
A program of lectures for students is programmed on Saturday, May 6 (full day) and Sunday, May 7 morning at 3rd floor of the Casinò (Sala Mosaici 1).
The lectures will give an overview of the different types of accelerators and technologies covered by the Conference program.
Granted students are obliged to attend the tutorials. For compulsory and exceptional cases please contact Marina Nadalin | Local Student Grant Programme Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org
Students attending the Tutorial Program must register to the conference at the registration desk on Saturday, May 6 from 8:00 to 9:00 am.
|8:50 – 9:00||Opening of the IPAC’23 students’ tutoring||Ezio Todesco and Elias Metral (CERN)|
|9:00 – 10:00||Overview of history and types of accelerators||Na Wang (IHEP, China)|
|10:00 – 11:00||Physics of circular accelerators / colliders (including muon collider)||Eliana Gianfelice – Wendt (FNAL)|
|11:00 – 11:20||Coffee break|
|11:20 – 12:20||Physics of linear accelerator / colliders||Louis Rinolfi (CERN, retiree, ESI)|
|12:20 – 13:20||Superconducting magnets for circular accelerators||Paolo Ferracin (LBNL)|
|13:20 – 14:20||Lunch|
|14:20 – 15:20||Superconducting RF cavities||Anne-Marie Valente-Feliciano (JLAB)|
|15:20 – 16:20||Synchrotron Light Sources: how do they work? And what about Inverse Compton Scattering?||Ryutaro Nagaoka (SOLEIL)|
|16:20 – 16:40||Coffee break|
|16:40 – 17:40||Free-Electron Lasers: how do they work?||Giovanni De Ninno (Elettra, Univ. Nova Gorica)|
|17:40 – 18:40||Challenges of plasma cell-based accelerators||Enrica Chiadroni (Univ. La Sapienza Roma, INFN-LNF)|
|9:00 – 10:00||Facilities for Radioactive Ion Beams||Michele Comunian (INFN – LNL)|
|10:00 – 11:00||Accelerator based neutron sources||Ciprian Plostinar (ESS)|
|11:00 – 11:20||Coffee break|
|11:20 – 12:20||Accelerators for medical and industrial applications||Kazuya Osaki (Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Co. , JPN)|
|12:20 – 12:30||Closing of the IPAC’23 students’ tutoring||Ezio Todesco and Elias Metral (CERN)|
|12:30 – 14:00||Lunch|