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Title An Overview of SRF Activities at Cornells Laboratory of Elementary Particle Physics
Type Poster laboratory reports
Abstract Cornell continues activities in many areas in collaboration with other labs: systems development and operation for CESR, supporting technology transfer of CESR SRF systems to storage ring light sources around the world, collaboration with the world-wide TESLA project, collaboration with Muon Collider/Neutrino Factory projects, developing an Energy Recovery Linac (ERL) based light source in collaboration with other labs, and basic R and D in the areas of high field Q-slope, field emission, voltage breakdown and waveguide multipacting.

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Principle author first.

Last (Family) Name First Name (Initials only) Affiliation or Organization (abbreviations if possible)
Padamsee H. Cornell University
Barnes P. Cornell University
Barstow B. Cornell University
Bazarov I. Cornell University
Belomestnykh S. Cornell University
Crawford C. Cornell University
Eremeev G. Cornell University
Hartill D. Cornell University
Kaplan R. Cornell University
Knobloch J. Cornell University
Liepe M. Cornell University
Geng R.L. Cornell University
Quigley P. Cornell University
Reilly J. Cornell University
Romanenko O. Cornell University
Sears J. Cornell University
Shemelin V. Cornell University
Shipman J. Cornell University
Sinclair C. Cornell University
Smith E. Cornell University
Smolenski K. Cornell University
Tigner M. Cornell University
Veserevich V. Cornell University
Werner G. Cornell University



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