Documentation & Reports of the TESLA collaboration
The TESLA collaboration
-The unrivaled combination of linear collinder and integrated X-ray lasers makes a TESLA unique proposition.
- The conviction that the more the project progressed into completely new technological territory, the more foreign colleagues would be interested in the development and construction of a new, large accelerator proved correct and rapidly resulted in impressive international participation in the development work for the TESLA project.
- 49 institutions from 12 countries (stauts on 9/2002) are involved in the development work for the test facility both in terms of the required personnel and financial means.
- DESY only bears around half of the entire cost while the other half is born by institutes participating in the project and their home countries.
- The international facility TESLA Research Center will be run as a large-scale international cooperation.
Editors: F. Richard J. R. Schneider D. Trines A. Wagner
Editors: R. Brinkmann K. Flöttmann J. Roßbach P. Schmüser N. Walker H. Weise
Editors: R.-D.Heuer, D.Miller, F.Richard, P.M.Zerwas
Editors: T.Behnke, S.Bertolucci, R.D.Heuer, R.Settles
Editors: G. Materlik, Th. Tschentscher
Editors: R. Klanner, Chapter 1: V. Telnov, Chapter 2: U. Katz, M. Klein, A. Levy, Chapter 3: R. Kaiser, W.-D. Nowak, Chapter 4: E. DeSanctis, J.-M. Laget, K. Rith
R. Brinkmann, G. Materlik, J. Rossbach, A. Wagner
Chapter 1: Particle Physics
Chapter 2: Detector for the Linear Collider
Chapter 3: TESLA Linear Collider
Chapter 4: S-Band Linear Collider
Chapter 5: A Superbrilliant X-ray Laser Facility
Appendix A: Second Interaction Region for gamma-gamma and e-gamma Collisions
Appendix B: ELFE@DESY: An Electron Laboratory for Europe at DESY