V.Smaluk for VEPP-4M Team (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia) VEPP-4M Status Report
An electron-positron collider VEPP-4M is under operation now at BINP. The main goal of the present run is the precise measurement of mass of ψ-family resonances and τ-lepton with the help of resonant depolarization technique. The status and recent results of the experiment are re- viewed.
Dr. Victor Smaluk: firstname.lastname@example.org
V.Logachev, A.V.Akimov, A.V.Antoshin, P.A.Bak, Yu.M.Boimelshtain,
Yu.Bolkhovitianov, R.Galimov, S.M.Gurov, E.A.Gusev, N.S.Dikansky, S.N.Klushev,
Kh.Kot, A.A.Korepanov, I.L.Pivivarov, Yu.I.Semenov, A.N.Skrinsky, A.R.Frolov,
S.Tsyganov, S.V.Shiyankov (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia)
Status of VEPP-5 Injection Complex
The present status of VEPP-5 Injection Complex is presented. The results of VEPP-5 positron source operation are discussed.
Dr. Pavel Vladimirovich Logachev: email@example.com
Y.Budagov, Y.Denisov, I.Meshkov, A.Sissakian, G.Shirkov and G.Trubnikov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia)
International Linear Collider: status of international mega-project and pro- posal of siting in Dubna region
Low Energy Particle Toroidal Accumulator LEPTA with focusing by longitudinal magnetic field was launched in September, 2004. That time first circulating electron beam was achieved in the installation. Results of testing the storage ring focusing system with electron beam are presented in the article. Effects which define beam lifetime in the accumulator are discussed. This work is supported by RFBR grant 05-02-16320.
Prof. Grigori Dmitrievich Shirkov: firstname.lastname@example.org