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19-22 June 2013
Fermilab
US/Central timezone
The Muon Accelerator Program (MAP) was created in 2010 to unify the DOE supported R&D in the U.S. aimed at developing the concepts and technologies required for Muon Colliders and Neutrino Factories. These muon based facilities have the potential to discover and explore new exciting fundamental physics, but will require the development of demanding technologies and innovative concepts. The MAP aspires to prove the feasibility of a Muon Collider within a few years, and to make significant contributions to the international effort devoted to developing Neutrino Factories. MAP was formally approved on March 18, 2011. This meeting is intended to bring MAP collaborators together to discuss the components and design of various proposed MAP facilities.
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US/Central
Fermilab
Batavia, IL 60510 USA
A $25 collaboration contribution fee will be charged to all participants.  This fee will be used to cover food and beverages at all of the coffee breaks.  All other costs associated with the meeting will be covered by the MAP Collaboration and Fermi Research Alliance, LLC.