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Title Research results from the DITANET project
Abstract Beam diagnostics systems are essential constituents of any particle accelerator; they reveal the properties of a beam and how it behaves in a machine. Without an appropriate set of diagnostic elements, it would simply be impossible to operate any accelerator complex let alone optimize its performance. Future accelerator projects will require innovative approaches in particle detection and imaging techniques to provide a full set of information about the beam characteristics. The DITANET project covers the development of advanced beam diagnostic methods for a wide range of existing or future accelerators, both for electrons and ion beams. During the past four years, a consortium of 31 institutions has developed beyond state-of-the-art techniques for beam profile, current and position measurement. The network also organized a large number of training events, such as international schools and workshops that were open to the whole community. This contribution presents some of the latest research results and summarizes recent events.
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In 2012 Beam Instrumentation Workshop (BIW12), Virginia, USA, 15-19 Apr 2012, (2012). Cockcroft-12-14.pdf 2012