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  1. Linac Coherent Light Source Project Update Recent reviews Budget, continuing resolution LCLS Experiments FAC new members Highlights – changes, new issues Charge

  2. External Independent Review 10 May – 10 June 2004 ARTHUR P. MARTIN, PE Principal Engineer – Review Lead DONALD N. FULTONBERG Project Manager Dr. James L. Anderson Subject Matter Expert CHANDER BIJLANI, PhD, P.E. Principal Nuclear/Safety Engineer HOWARD S. COHEN, P.E. Principal Nuclear Engineer ALAN J. DEMPSEY Plant Test and Operations Manager CHARLES W. HESS, P.E. Chief Nuclear Engineer EDWARD T. McCARTY Senior Mechanical Engineer Dr. Brian E. Newnam Senior Scientist CONSTANTINOS (DINOS) NICOLAOU Supervising Project Controls Engineer JOHN SERGENTANIS Senior Project Engineer

  3. Outcome of EIR • Final report received • Corrective Action Plan submitted to DOE • Project validation letter expected shortly • Validation of budget/schedule • This one just could NOT have gone better • LCLS Team performed superbly

  4. DOE Lehman Review 10-12 August 2004 • Notification of review in July • Committee: Todd Ditmire, UT Austin George Neil, JLAB Kem Robinson, LBNL Al Macrander, ANL Dave Gurd, ORNL Ilan Ben-Zvi, BNL P. Elleaume, ESRF Dixon Bogert, FNAL Suzanne Herron, ORNL R. Wunderlich, DOE G. Stalnaker, LLNL S. Tkaczyk, DOE G. Desaulnier, consultant Bruce Warner, LLNL Pat Dehmer, DOE Hanley Lee, DOE Jeff Hoy, DOE J. Muhlstein, DOE

  5. LCLS Project Baseline Shown at 8/10/04 Review ~29.5% contingency on work remaining LCLS is ~30% complete on PED

  6. Lehman Review Debrief • Concern expressed about budget/schedule • Conventional Facilities Contingency • Tunneling • FY2005 schedule did not reflect CR • Procurement staffing, schedule • CF Independent Cost Estimate due 15 Oct. • 15 October revised baseline to DOE

  7. Schedule Guidance • Show 1 year float to CD-4 • Assume continuing Resolution thru December • Project completion before end of 2QFY2009 • Plan Higher contingency for conventional facilities

  8. ESAAB Meeting • 2 November 2004 • CD-2B, complete LCLS Project Baseline • CD-3A, Begin Long-Lead Acquisitions • Prerequisite for approval: • Project Execution Plan • Project Management Plan • Partner Labs’ management must approve

  9. Continuing Resolution • No definitive guidance on allocation of PED/R&D • CR limits total year’s allocation of PED to $7.5M • R&D not limited by CR, but by other constraints • DOE might provide >$1M month • $30M Long-Lead acquisitions • New start • $0 under a CR • Stops construction at SLAC and ANL

  10. LCLS Experiments • DOE-BES plans to approve and fund a bundle of experiment stations as a “major item of equipment” (MIE) project • Patterned on “Spallation Neutron Source Next Generation” (SING) Instrument MIE • CD-0 imminent • CDR, CD-1 (for the bundle) next summer • Separate CD-2 for each station as designs mature • SSRL does construction management of all

  11. LCLS Scientific Advisory Committee Membership Roger Falcone - UC Berkeley, USA, Chair Nora Berrah - Western Michigan University, USA Phil Bucksbaum - University of Michigan, USA Robert L. Byer - Stanford University, USA Hans Fraunfelder - LANL, USA Wayne Hendrickson Columbia U Stephen R. Leone - UC Berkeley, USA Margaret Murnane - University of Colorado-Boulder, USA Jochen R. Schneider - HASYLAB, Germany Francesco Sette - ESRF, France Sunil Sinha - UCSD, USA Dietrich von der Linde - University of Essen, Germany Meetings 27-28 October 2004 - Meeting 2 – Start planning experiments 25-26 October 2004 - LCLS Experimental R&D Workshop 8-9 July 2004 – Meeting 1- Review Letters of Intent 1-2 December 2003

  12. Call for Letters of Intent • Three types of proposals • Complete end stations • Proposals for scientific experiments • Special instrumentation • 32 Letters of Intent received • 256 Signatories

  13. Results • SAC has defined 5 research thrusts for LCLS • Coordinator, SSRL contact named for each • No prioritization of programs at this time • Detector Development Referred to Special Committee

  14. LCLS Experiment Programs Program Team Leader Co-leader SSRL Contact Coherent Scattering G. B. Stephenson K. Ludwig S. Brennan at the Nanoscale Pump/Probe Diffraction K. Gaffney D. Reis A. Lindenberg Dynamics J. Larrson Pump/Probe High Energy R. Lee P. Hermann J. B. Hastings Density (HED) Physics Nano-particle and Single J. Hajdu J. Miao J. Arthur Molecule(non-periodic) H. Chapman Imaging Atoms, Molecules & L. Di Mauro N. Berrah J. B. Hastings Optical Science

  15. Defining LCLS Experiment Stations • Ultrafast Science and LCLS Experiments Workshop 25-26 October 2004 • http://www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/ssrl/2004/workshops.htm • A Workshop in Ultrafast Science and LCLS Experiments at SSRL will be organized on October 25-26, 2004. There will also be a pre-registration reception on Sunday evening, October 24th from 5-7 pm. The tentative schedule for the workshop is a joint session on Monday morning, October 25th. On Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, there will be breakout sessions for each of the five thrust areas of the LCLS: (1) Atomic, molecular and optical physics, (2) High energy density states of matter, (3) Optical pump-x-ray probe studies in chemistry, biology and materials science, (4) Diffraction imaging of single objects approaching atomic scale resolution and (5) Coherent x-ray scattering for the study of dynamics (X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy). The workshop will end with a joint session on Tuesday afternoon, October 26th. The workshop and breakout sessions will focus on the scientific goals and technical needs of the LCLS experimental end-stations, as well as experimental specifications. This workshop provides an opportunity to all users, including potential future users to participate in building ultrafast science at LCLS by providing input and sharing their scientific ideas. • If you are interested in participating in the atomic, molecular and optical physics breakout session at the meeting please contact Lou DiMauro (dimauro@bnl.gov), Phil Bucksbaum (phb@umich.edu), Nora Berrah (berrah@wmich.edu) or Jerry Hastings (jbh@slac.stanford.edu).  If you are interested in any of the other breakout thrust areas please contact John Arthur (jarthur@SLAC.Stanford.EDU). • For program information see: http://www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/ssrl/2004/lcls_workshop.htm

  16. Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting 27-28 October • Start of CD-1 activity • Presentations by each Team Leader • Near- and Long-term goals • Performance requirements, near- and long-term • Intensity, repetition rate • Wavelength • Commissioning likely to progress from 1.5 to 0.15 nm • Time scale for production of conceptual design (CD-1)

  17. Detector Development • Review requires expertise not on the SAC • Detector Subcommittee formed • Review to be scheduled in early 2005 • Y. Amemiya, U. of Tokyo • Gareth Derbyshire, RAL (Chair) • Eric Eikenberry, SLS • Lothar Strueder, Max Planck Inst. • Albert Walenta, Univ. Siegen

  18. Detector Development within the LCLS • LCLS planning included detector development since 2/2002, @ $4M • Exploratory research at Cornell, in pixel array detector • Decision to fund further development in 2006, based on initial findings

  19. LCLS Design • Seeking commercial source for laser • Dual feed to gun, correction of dipole AND quadrupole RF fields • Dual feed to first accelerating section • Significant progress in planning EPICS controls and in staffing • Laser heater still looks good • Enhanced SASE? • Roll-Away undulator • K-control by means of canted poles • Electromagnet quadrupoles in undulator channel • AC impedance in undulator beam pipe – requires evaluation • New strategies for FEL commissioning • Progress on gas/solid attenuator conceptual design • Conventional facilities • Experiment halls unchanged since last visit • Considering alternatives for Central Lab Office Complex design

  20. LCLS Facility Advisory Committee Membership Kem Robinson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Chair Harry Carter, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL) A. Chargin LLNL John Cleary, Stanford University (SU) John Corlett, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Massimo Cornacchia, SLAC (retired) Roger Falcone, UC Berkeley Josef Feldhaus, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) Paul Fouss, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) Thomas Himel, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) A. Kugler BJY Wim Leemans, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Pat O'Shea, University of Maryland (UMD) Joachim Pflueger, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) Thomas Rabedeau, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) Jörg Rossbach, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) Keith Schuh, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL) Peter Siddons, Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Thomas Tschentscher, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) Karen White, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (TJNAF) Meetings 29-30 April 2004 12-13 October 2004

  21. Charge to Committee The LCLS Facility Advisory Committee will advise SLAC, SSRL and LCLS management on the development of the LCLS Project through its several phases: • Accelerator systems design and construction • Undulator systems design and construction • X-ray transport, optics and diagnostics design and construction • Experiment station systems design and construction • Conventional facilities design and construction • Planning and execution of commissioning and early operations We have expanded the time devoted to breakouts. Please comment on agenda Thank you for giving your time to this review process. We value your advice

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