Within the framework of the world-wide collaboration on Linear Colliders, the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) study explores the technical feasibility of beam acceleration by travelling wave structures at room temperature and high frequency (30 GHz) powered from a drive beam, the so-called Two Beam Acceleration scheme. CLIC covers a center-of-mass energy range for electron-positron collisions of 0.5 to 5 TeV. The CLIC study team is based in PS Division with the collaboration of SL Division, which has a specific mandate on the Final Focus and Damping Rings.
|Deputy Project Leader||I. Wilson||PS/RF|
|CLIC Design Co-ordinator||G. Guignard||PS/AE|
|CTF2 Co-ordination||H. Braun||PS/AE|
|CTF3 Project||G. Geschonke||PS/RF|
sln 28 September, 2004