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Linac Coherent Light Source Overview 25 January 2005

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  1. Linac Coherent Light Source Overview25 January 2005 • Safety • Department of Energy: Validation, Reviews • Experiments • Doing Business • What’s Next • What’s After What’s Next

  2. Consequences • Injured electrician has gone home for re-hab • SLAC Site Office Management Changed • Bob Wunderlich interim SSO Manager • SLAC Site Engineering/Maintenance Dept • Removed from Technical Division • Combined with Experimental Facilities Department; now both are headed by John Wiesend • Wiesend → Steve Williams → J. Dorfan

  3. Consequences • Stanford U. “Blue Ribbon Panel” • Chuck Shank, chair • SLAC Director to organize a “red team” review of entire SLAC safety management system • “Blue Ribbon” review to be completed in ? • SLAC ISM program to be re-validated by DOE in August

  4. Consequences • Accelerator re-start plan • SPEAR goes first • SPEAR re-start plan reviewed by external committee • Linac, PEP-II re-start plan still in preparation • No tolerance for another incident • This should appear explicitly in the RMP

  5. Consequences • Revised shutdown schedule for PEP-II • No shutdown summer 2005 • 1-2 month shutdown winter 2005 • ~6 month shutdown starts July 2006 • Summer 2007 Shutdown- probably- • PEP-II will run through FY2008

  6. Department of Energy • Support for LCLS funding profile is solid • EIR validation letter • Revised conventional construction (1.9) baseline still under review – New findings 25 January • Keep working the original EIR corrective action plan • CD-3A in hand- “go” for long-lead procurements

  7. DOE Supports Proposed Funding Profile

  8. Department of Energy • BES, Office of Science placing significant emphasis on integration of LCLS into SLAC • 26 January James Decker visit • 7-8 February BES visit • ?? April business planning meeting, Washington • 8-10 June Lehman Review • breakout for lab management • Breakout for LCLS experiments • ?? June On-site review

  9. LCLS Experiments – Major Item of Equipment • Build-out of experiment stations in 6 hutches • A hutch will house more than one station • CD-0, Project planning underway • An SSRL project • Jerry Hastings, SSRL Assistant Director for LCLS Science • John Arthur, MIE Project Director

  10. Efficiencies of Shared Resources for LCLS, MIE LCLS Galayda Reichanadter SSRL Hodgson Hastings Poor Old John Arthur LCLS Endstation Systems XRTOD Experiments MIE

  11. Slower-than-Optimum MIE Funds Profile • 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total $1.5M $1.5M $2.0M >>> >>> >$60M • High Energy Density Physics unlikely to be funded by DOE • Tough to get 2-3 stations on the floor by mid-2009!

  12. Thrust areas: SSRL/LCLS Contact (1) Coherent scattering at G.B. Stephenson* S. Brennan the nanoscale K. Ludwig (2) Pump/probe diffraction K. Gaffney* A. Lindenberg dynamics D. Reis J. Larsson (3) High energy density R. Lee* J. B. Hastings (HED) physics P. Heimann (4) Nano-particle/single J. Hajdu* J. Arthur molecule(non-periodic) J. Miao imaging H. Chapman (5) Atomic, molecular, L. DiMauro* J. B. Hastings and optical science N. Berrah * Team leader

  13. Doing Business • Facts of LCLS Life • LCLS is the most visible project in the Office of Science • It is guaranteed we will be carefully scrutinized • Inspector General • OECM – IER might continue to ∞ • Safety • Be prepared

  14. Doing Business • Major procurements this year • GET THE FORMAL ASPECTS RIGHT • Physics Requirements Documents • Engineering Specifications Documents • Advance Procurement Plans • QA • Vendor surveillance • Acceptance criteria • Documentation of inspections, handling histories • Project-wide standards • Controls • Vacuum • Cabling • etc. • Safety • Job Hazard Analysis • Area Hazard Analysis • Accelerator Safety - - designed-in hazard controls and mitigations

  15. What’s Next • Events Calendar • APS April Meeting 16-19 April Tampa • DESY XFEL Commiss. 17-22 April Zeuthen • PAC2005 16-20 May Knoxville • DESY XFEL Undulators 6-8 June Hamburg • FEL2005 21-26 August Stanford

  16. What’s Next • Review Calendar • FAC TBD – May? • SAC TBD – May? • Lehman 8-10 June • OECM Audit of PMCS – September 2005

  17. What’s Next Undulator hardware Undulator first articles Magnet Measurement Facility Sector 20 alcove Gun Laser Gun Magnets for linac SLC-aware IOC tests Gas attenuator design Damage tests at DESY CD-0, CD-1 for MIE Selection of Construction Mgr

  18. What’s Next • Hires • ES&H Coordinator • QA Coordinator • Database managers • laser group leader • e-beam systems manager • commissioning team leader • ANL Undulator Systems Chief Engineer

  19. What’s After What’s Next • Schedule • Must preserve funds for FY boundary BUT • Acceleration of 2006 procurements considered • Conventional construction – FFTB schedule • Linac Complete by end of 2006-2007 shutdown • Early 2008 FEL commissioning start

  20. George Carlin • We have written a check to DOE with our Mouths… • Time to cash the check

  21. European XFEL Facility – Present Cost Estimate ~ € 1B SLAC linac tunnel Funding: 50% from Germany, 50% from other European countries 2005: 8 Contributing nations have agreed to form a unified design effort 2012: On track to start of the commissioning of the X-ray laser.

  22. End of Presentation