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CLIC European Strategy

A number of documents report on the CLIC accelerator and detector and physics status in advance of the European Strategy update 2018-2020.

11/01/2019

EU project lights up X-band technology

Advanced linear-accelerator technology developed at CERN and elsewhere will be used to develop a new generation of compact X-ray free-electron lasers (XFELs), thanks to a €3 million project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme.

17/11/2017

CLIC in CERN Courier

"An updated baseline-staging scenario for CERN’s Compact Linear Collider focuses on an optimised initial-energy stage at 380 GeV that will be significantly cheaper than the original design, say Philipp Roloff and Daniel Schulte.."

31/01/2017

CALIFES workshop took place at CERN

It has been proposed to convert the 200 MeV S-band electron linac CALIFES, currently being part of the CTF3, into a new general stand alone electron beam facility at CERN.To establish the interest from users a three day workshop was held at CERN

29/10/2016

CALIFES workshop

It has been proposed to convert the 200 MeV S-band electron linac CALIFES, currently being part of the CTF3, into a new general stand alone electron beam facility at CERN. CALIFES workshop is organised at CERN on 10-12 October to explore the pote

05/07/2016

CLIC Workshop 2016

The CLIC WORKSHOP 2016 took place at CERN on 18-22 January 2016.

22/01/2016

CLIC/CTF3 Collaboration Board Chair election

In the recent election by members of the Collaboration Board (CB), Roger Ruber (Uppsala University) was elected as the next CLIC/CTF3 CB Chair. Roger will succeed Lenny Rivkin in this role on the occasion of the next CB meeting, January 22 2016.

29/10/2015

CLIC Workshop 2015

The CLIC WORKSHOP 2015 took place at CERN on 27-30 January 2015, covering Accelerator as well as Detector and Physics studies, with its present status and program for the coming years.

24/03/2015

Successfull installation of CLIC-module

The first prototype CLIC X-band module has been successfully assembled and installed in CTF3 during this summer. This big milestone was possible due to a motivated and enthusiastic collaboration between many individuals, groups and services at CERN as well as outside collaborators.

17/11/2014

A new spokesperson for CLIC

The CLIC accelerator collaboration has elected a new spokesperson. Phil Burrows of the University of Oxford succeeds Roberto Corsini of CERN.

25/04/2014