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									                         JRA SRF
• Objectives
   –   Increase of accelerating gradient
   –   Increase of quality factor
   –   Improvement of reliability, operating performance and availability
   –   Reduction of cavity fabrication costs and related components
• Main infrastructure: TFF /now FLASH
• 10 WP`s (31 tasks) are characterized by
   – Improvement of existing components (e.g. flanges)
   – Development of new components (e.g. tuner, beam monitor)
   – R&D on new treatment and new quality methods (electro 
     polishing, Squid scanning)
   – High risk developments:
        • Vacuum arc coating (ongoing)
        • Dry ice cleaning (ongoing)
        • Coupler conditioning 
Status JRA SRF deliverables
                    Next steps
• Strong effort is required to finish our deliverables 
  this year
• Yearly report 2007 is kind of JRA1 summary, will 
  be an updated version of midterm 07 report
• Delays and extension into year 5 (2008) is 
  expected for:
   – Thin film coating
   – Dry ice cleaning
   – Multicell spinning
• Update of publications !!!      Publications
• Final summary of JRA1 in middle of 2008
   – Will concentrate on the detailed description of the
     impact of JRA1 R&D effort to SRF technology
                                                         Consu
                          Perman               Durable   mables
                                    Elligibl                                                                Expected
                          ent                  Equipm    and       Travel
                                    e Staff                                                                 costs       Request
                          Staff                ent       Prototy   direct    All
           Participant              direct                                             Subcont   Indirect   including   ed
    JRA1                  direct               direct    ping      cost      Direct
           (cost model)             cost                                                 ract      cost     indirect    funding
                          cost                 cost      direct    ONLY      Cost
                                    ONLY                                                                    cost        (Euros)
                          ONLY                 ONLY      cost      (Euros)
                                    (Euros)                                                                 (Euros)
                          (Euros)              (Euros)   ONLY
                                                         (Euros)
                                                                                                 162,130.   547,510.0
     1       CEA(FC)
                          194,380   115,000       0      66,000    10,000    385,380      0         00          0       62,100
                                                                                                 22,800.0   136,800.0
     3     CNRS(FCF)
                          80,000    30,000        0       1,500     2,500    114,000      0          0          0       19,000
                                                                                                 15,000.0   110,000.0
     6      DESY(AC)
                                    85,000        0         0      10,000    95,000    20,000        0          0       110,000
           INFN-LNL          0         0          0         0         0         0         0        0.00       0.00         0
           INFN-LNF          0         0          0         0         0         0         0        0.00       0.00         0
     10    INFN-Mi           0         0          0         0         0         0         0        0.00       0.00         0
           INFN-Ro2          0         0          0         0         0         0         0        0.00       0.00         0
            INFN(AC)         0         0          0         0         0         0         0        0.00       0.00         0
     12      TUL(AC)         0         0          0         0         0         0         0        0.00       0.00         0
     13      IPJ(AC)      16,400       0        2,280     6,320     6,600    31,600       0      6,320.00   37,920.00   37,900
              WUT-
     14
             ISE(AC)         0       3,851        0         0         0       3,851       0      770.29     4,621.73     4,622
     19      PSI(FC)         0         0          0         0         0         0         0        0.00       0.00         0
                                                                                                 207,020.   836,851.7
           Grand total    290,780   233,851     2,280    73,820    29,100    629,831   20,000       29          3       233,622
Preparation of CARE II in FP7
• Three JRA`s  were discussed::
   –   Novel accelerator schemes
   –   Proton accelerators (SLHC)
   –   SCRF
   –   But new grouping is required (e.g. all SRF activities in one JRA)
• Submitted proposals in each JRA are sorted in:
   – Core activities, total cost around 15 M€
   – Additional activities, total cost around 8 M€ 
   – Deleted activities
• Total cost of each JRA is 23 M€, IA is 3X 23 M€
   – But we expect EU support in total around 20 M€ 
   – It means that EU support of total cost is around  30 %
• IA call in Nov. 07, dead line for submission Feb. 08
Preparation of CARE II in FP7
• Priority proposals  SCRF-Proposals
• Additional proposals Additional proposals

• Short summary of ESGARD meeting at 
  CERN, 15.October 07
  – See text of Napoly`s  e-mail to mee, next 
    page
The ESGARD committee enlarged to the major lab directors have decided

1)       to submit a project requesting 15 M€ from Europe as a maximum, 
         since there are very clear affirmations from EU executives that no      
project will be accepted above this request

2)       to submit a proposal of 45 M€ total direct costs with a uniform 70 k€/FTE 
rate

3)       hence to retain the 3 proposals for the Core Activities, 15 M€ each, 
with less than 10 % margin left to the coordinators to move the border 
between the Core and Additional activities.

4)       to nominate Philippe Lebrun and Jean-Pierre Koutchouk of CERN 
as coordinators.
5)       To include the Super-Daphne research program for about 1.5 M€ to 
total direct cost.

This ‘final’ budget reduction from a 60 M€ to a 45 M€ project has important 
consequences on our proposals.
The first one is that additional activities are likely to be dropped out.

								
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