LLRF17 will be hosted by CELLS
in the fall of 2017 in Barcelona, Spain

The success of most particle accelerators depends upon the ability to control the behavior of their accelerating cavities. The accelerator community regularly collaborates on the topics related to Low Level Radio Frequency (LLRF) controls and its workshop is one of the main world wide events held every two years.

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LLRF15 Picture

The Low Level Radio Frequency workshop 2015 (LLRF15), was hosted by Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics. Chinese Academy of Sciences (SINAP. CAS). The workshop continued to share experiences, present status of our work, and discuss developments and prospects in the field.

Read more November 3-6, 2015
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LLRF13 Picture

Sophisticated and robust Low-Level RF systems are essential to control RF structures and their power sources in modern particle accelerators. The goals of LLRF2013 are to share experiences, present status of our work, and discuss developments and prospects in the field.

Read more October 1-4, 2013
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LLRF11 Picture

Sophisticated Low-Level RF systems are essential to control RF structures and their power sources in modern particle accelerators for producing high-quality beams. The goals of the LLRF-2011 workshop are to share our experiences, to present the status of our work, and to discuss recent developments and future prospects in this field.

Read more October 17-20, 2011
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LLRF09 Picture

The LLRF09 workshop will be held from October 19 to 22, 2009 at KEK, Japan. Sophisticated Low-Level RF systems are essential to control RF structures and their power sources in modern particle accelerators for producing high-quality beams. The goals of the LLRF09 workshop are to share our experiences, to present the status of our work, and to discuss recent developments and future prospects in this field.

Read more October 19-22, 2009
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LLRF07 Picture

Low Level RF control systems are essential for producing high-quality particle beams. Although their fundamental purpose is field regulation in RF cavities, they also serve as the primary interface between the operations team and the RF system as a whole, and they interface with numerous technical subsystems. Therefore, despite their complex nature, they must be easily operated by non-experts, and they must be robust and reliable. Most modern LLRF control systems are implemented digitally, which provides for functional and performance modifications through code development. The goals of the LLRF07 Workshop are to bring together people working on LLRF control systems worldwide to share our experiences, to present the status of our work, to discuss recent technical developments, and to seek solutions to the technical problems.

Read more October 22-25, 2007
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LLRF05 Picture

Sophisticated Low Level RF systems are needed in modern particle accelerators to deal with the characteristics of state-of-the-art RF accelerating structures and their power sources, and to meet unprecedented levels of performance. The goal of the LLRF05 workshop is to share experience between linac and synchrotron projects (SNS, J-PARC, ILC, LHC etc.) and to discuss the best engineering practice.

Read more October 10-13, 2005
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LLRF01 Picture

The growing number of applications of superconducting RF (SRF) for accelerators worldwide (CEBAF, TESLA, SNS, NSP, RIA), make it appropriate and compelling to review the present state and directions of low level RF (LLRF) control systems for superconducting cavities. For many reasons, it is advantageous to collaborate on the development of new LLRF control systems and if possible to exchange hardware, code and design information that may facilitate designs.

Read more April 25-27, 2001