8:45 - 10:15 , 10:30 - 12:00
Beam Optics
S. Kamada
Beam optics is the indispensable knowledge to make and use tracking codes of particle motion and also the common language for researchers to discuss on accelerator design and beam tuning.
The lecture introduces the theoretical foundation for handling particle motion in linear and circular accelerators together with some examples illuminating physical concept in real accelerator scenes.

13:00 - 14:30
Physics of Electron Storage Rings
M. Yoon

14:50 - 16:20
Insertion Devices
T. Kii
Univ. of Kyoto
Insertion device is one of the important components in synchrotron light sources and FELs. In this lecture, basic of insertion device (undulator, wiggler) will be covered and recent approaches toward high-field and short-period undulator using cryogenic technologies; CPMU: Cryogenic Permanent Magnet Undulator, and various superconducting technologies: LTS wire, HTS wire, HTS bulk) will be overviewed.

LTS: Low Temperature Superconductor
HTS: High Temperature Superconductor

16:40 - 18:10
Beam Instrumentation and Understanding Signals from Beams
John Fox
The talk will cover the basic principles of common control measurements, based on signals from bunched beams. The signatures of bunch charge and bunch structure, motion in the longitudinal and transverse planes are reviewed and illustrated with examples from various types of beam pickups and monitors.
Common control room diagnostics, instruments and measurement techniques are highlighted via techniques in use at selected accelerators and light sources. Examples are presented for position monitors, tune measurements, and instability control systems.

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