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Lorenzo Bortot

Dr.-Ing. Lorenzo Bortot

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Quench Protection in High Temperature Superconducting Accelerator Magnets

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Work CERN
1211 Geneva, Switzerland

The research project is carried out at CERN, investigating the implications of the use of high-temperature superconductors (HTS) in high-field accelerator magnets for the future circular colliders. For the analysis purposes, dedicated numerical formulations and models are to be developed, in order to evaluate the magneto-thermal dynamics behaviour of such magnets. The output of the numerical models will support the design of the HTS-based prototype magnets the associated protection devices, and the superconducting circuits for the future accelerators, e.g. FCC.

  • Victor Keilin Memorial Award in the Category Large Scale at ASC 2020 for the contribution 'Proof of concept of HTS based magnetic screens for field-error cancellation'
  • IEEE Council on Superconductivity Graduate Study Fellowship Award 2019
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