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Work Package 2 (Collider design) Deliverables and Milestones

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Report No. Report title Lead Beneficiary Due date Description
M2.1 Product breakdown structure (see FCCeePBS) CERN 01/07/2021 Structured document of collider elements in tabular form publicly released on Zenodo (Green, open data).
D2.1 Collider performance, beam optics and design considerations baseline CERN 01/11/2021 A technical report describing the baseline layout and the lattice together with a workable beam optics. The report includes the achievable performance and what remains to be addressed.
D2.2 Interaction region and machine detector interface design INFN 01/07/2023 3D CAD proof-of-principle engineered mechanical design of the interface between the accelerator and detector components in the interaction region.
D2.3 Full-energy booster design CEA 01/03/2024 A report describing the minimum acceptable injection energy into the booster, the lattice concept together with a workable beam optics, the ramp strategy and the top-up injection into the collider.
D2.4 Experimental characterisations of particle collider key performance enablers DESY 01/05/2024 A report summarising the results from the experimental verifications of performance enabling techniques at various accelerators. Analysis of the beam-beam behaviour for the crab waist collision scheme and possibly, its sensitivity to various optics aberrations at the collision point.

-- GraceFernJackson - 2020-11-27

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