Physics with MultiMW Proton Source


Workshop on PHYSICS WITH A MULTI-MW PROTON SOURCE, CERN, Geneva, May 25-27 2004.


Contributions by BENE participants:

- R. Aymar, V. Palladino,

Foreword: High Energy and High Intensity Frontiers

-A. Blondel, J. Ellis,

The High Intensity Frontier

- S. Nagamiya, V. Palladino,

Planned High Intensity facilities in the world

- R. Garoby, W. Scandale

High Intensity Proton Source

- R. Garoby

The Superconducting Proton Linac (SPL) and its potential

- C. Prior

The Rapid Cycling Synchrotron options

- A. Blondel, S. Geer, H. Haseroth, A. Rubbia

Additional installations for a neutrino physics facility

- M. Apollonio, A. Blondel

Hadro-production experiments

- M. Lindroos

A neutrino beta-beam facility at CERN

- A. Blondel, S. Geer, P. Hernandez, A. Rubbia

Overview of neutrino oscillation physics

- C. K. Jung, K. Nakamura, V. Palladino

A megaton water Cherenkov detector

- A. Ereditato, A. Rubbia

Ideas for a next generation liquid Argon TPC detector for neutrino physics and nucleon decay searches

- P. Migliozzi

Short baseline neutrino physics

- A. Baldini, A. Van der Schaaf

High intensity muon physics

- A. Blondel, M. Spiro

Conclusions and outlook: Particle physics

- J. Engelen, V. Palladino

Conclusions and outlook: General outlook

- R. Garoby, M. Lindroos, A. Blondel, H. Haseroth

Recommendations: Recommended accelerator R&D

- A. Blondel, V. Palladino, A. Rubbia

Recommendations: Recommended detector R&D