Scientific Program

The pre-press release of the proceedings can be found at the JACoW website.

Download the Abstracts Brochure in PDF format.
Download the Student Poster Session Booklet in PDF format.
Download the Synoptic Table in PDF format.

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Search the SPMS for all contributions submitted to the scientific program.

The scientific program of IPAC’12 is proposed by a Scientific Program Committee (SPC), in collaboration with the International Organizing Committee (OC) with significant input from the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB).

The conference will take place from Monday to Friday, May 20-25, 2012.

Sessions will begin each day at 09:00 and finish at 18:00, with the exception of Friday May 25th when the conference will finish at around 13:00.

The scientific program will be composed of 30-minute invited oral presentations, 20-minute contributed oral presentations, and poster sessions from 16:00 to 18:00 each afternoon from Monday, May  21st, to Thursday, May 24th . On Sunday, May 20, 2012, a student poster session will take place during delegate registration from 16:00 to 18:00 prior to the welcome reception.  Since poster sessions are a focal point of the conference, and with the objective of making them as attractive, successful and rewarding as possible, no oral presentations are scheduled in parallel with the poster sessions to allow delegates to follow the full conference program. IPAC'12 is introducing the opportunity to have an “ePoster” which will utilize computer technology and a digital display. All work to be presented by students has been compiled into a special abstracts brochure.

Three plenary sessions will take place on Monday morning, Thursday afternoon and Friday morning, and there will be two parallel oral sessions Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings.  There will be three parallel oral sessions taking place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.

The Synoptic Table (downloadable PDF) provides an overview of all oral presentations scheduled during the conference.

Questions concerning the scientific program may be addressed to the SPC Chair, Jeff Corbett, SLAC Stanford University, or to Christine Petit-Jean-Genaz, CERN, the IPAC Conferences Coordinator for Europe, responsible for the IPAC´12 Scientific Secretariat.