Fourth Generation Light Source for UVA

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Fourth Generation Light Source for UVA. Blaine Norum Department of Physics 3 May, 2011. Takeaway Messages. 1) DOE has approved CD-0 (Mission Need) for NGLS at $1-1.5B based on strong science case. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Fourth Generation Light Source for UVA</p><p>Blaine NorumDepartment of Physics</p><p>3 May, 20113 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Takeaway Messages1) DOE has approved CD-0 (Mission Need) for NGLS at $1-1.5B based on strong science case. 2) Document is not yet released so we dont know if it is site specific to LBNL (very unlikely, but who knows). No firm schedule or funding identified yet.3) JLab will have the largest WBS element, a 2.5 GeV superconducting linac and maybe cryogenics and FEL physics (regardless of site).4) Virginia has potential to compete for this but it would require a major effort ($3M) over next 3 years to mount realistic challenge to LBNL. 5) We need: Strong regional political support, commitment to build significant user base at universities, donation of site, well-vetted system design</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>DOE BES Science Grand Challenges</p><p> Directing Matter and Energy; 5 Challenges for Science &amp; the Imagination</p><p>1. How do we control materials processes at the level of the electrons? Pump-probe time dependent dynamics</p><p>2. How do we design and perfect atom- and energy-efficient synthesis of new forms of matter with tailored properties? PLD, photo-chemistry, XRS</p><p>3. How do remarkable properties of matter emerge from the complex correlations of atomic and electronic constituents and how can we control these properties? Pump-probe time dependent dynamics, XRS</p><p>4. How can we master energy and information on the nanoscale to create new technologies with capabilities rivaling those of living things? Pump-probe time dependent dynamics, XRS 5. How do we characterize and control matter away -- especially very far away -- from equilibrium? Non-linear dynamics, ultra-bright sources</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Scientific Community Support3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>On-going Research &amp; DevelopmentUnited States LBNL, Cornell, Wisconsin, BNL, JLABUK DaresburyJapan KEKGermany DESY</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>3 May 2011Next Generation Light Source (NGLS) a new class of X-ray laser</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Current StatusCD-0 Mission Need has been approvedCD-0 not site-specific but LBNL expects itIndependent cost review has been performed: $1 $1.5BJLAB will lead design, development, prototyping of accelerator and related devices</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Scope of ProjectConstruction Budget - 1.0-1.5 B$Ops Budget - ~15% of CB ~ 150-225 M$/yrPersonnel ~ 600-700 Users ~ 100-150 at any timeFootprint ~ 100 acres, ~70 flat for machineExpansion ~ 50-100 acres would be attractive3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Historical contextIn 80s, MIT (Bates) center of electronuclear physics, expected next generation facility JLAB (VA)In 90s, MIT (FBML) center of high magnetic field research, expected next generation facility FSUIn 00s, Argonne (ATLAS) center of heavy ion research, expected next generation facility - MSU3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Our strengthsConstruction:labor costs 2/3 of Bay areaGeology &amp; geography advantageousProximity to JLABOperations:Labor costs 20% lower 20 - 35 M$/yrElectricity Bay area 7 - 8 M$/yrCharlottesville/Albemarle attractive and affordable</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Our Strengths (cont.)PoliticalNo light sources in Southeast; 4 in Bay area</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Our Strengths (cont.)Virginia not bankrupt state supported and continues to support JLAB; can be expected to support NGLS.Michigan state support crucial to MSU getting the 500 M$ Facility for Rare Isotope Beams</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>LBNL StrengthsR &amp; D underway at 2-3 M$/yrCenter of activityAlready a DOE funded laboratoryUC Berkeley has strong record</p><p>The same strengths MIT had!3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>Path ForwardStrong commitment from UVA - ~3 M$ over roughly three years~ 1 M$ for JLAB site specific R&amp;D~ 1 M$ for workshops, travel, consultants, etc.~ 1 M$ to hire 2 mid-career prominent X-ray users*Site including inducements*Faculty positions connected to facility</p><p>* Only required if facility at UVA</p><p>3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>ConstraintsJLAB support absolutely requiredAnxious to collaborate but operated by JSA (SURA &amp; CSC) must support any SURA sponsored proposal; Virginia proposal has edge due to continued state support of JLABVTech interested; C. Steger chairs SURA CoP3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>StrategyTimely commitment to projectGarner local then state supportPresent comprehensive proposal to SURAPrepare for a very intense few years!3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li><li><p>ConclusionsTremendous opportunity for UVA, Charlottesville/Albemarle, VirginiaUVA will be major international research centerC/A will have 600-700 new jobs in clean industryVirginia will enhance reputation as dynamicReturn on investment significant if successfulRisks nontrivial but managable 3 May 2011</p><p>3 May 2011</p></li></ul>