October 20 — 24, 2018, Key West, Florida, USA


Registration Desk Hours, etc.

Registration Desk
10/19 Fri   16:00 - 19:00
10/20 Sat    8:00 - 12:00
10/21 Sun   8:30 - 11:00
Reception 10/19 Fri  17:00 - 19:00
                10/23 Tue 17:00 - 19:00
Banquet   10/20 Sat 17:00 - 19:00
Excursion 10/22 Mon PM - See Social Events page.
Group Photos [Schedule weather permitting]
CPO-10 & ICAP'18 joint: 10/20 Sat  after the AM sessions
ICAP'18 only:       10/23 Tue after the AM sessions


All the ICAP'18 presentations are oral. The talk length is 30 min for plenary/invited (32 talks), and 15 min for contributed (75 talks), including questions and answers.
Talks should be in pdf or PowerPoint; the projectors have HD (1920x1080) resolution.

Please email your talk file to talk@icap18.org ahead of time, at latest one hour before your session starts. In your email, please specify the session (date, starting time, session number if parallel).


ICAP'18 Program (talk files available)

Lists of Abstracts and Participants

  • ICAP'18 Abstracts
  • ICAP'18 Participants
  • CPO-10 & ICAP'18 Abstract Booklet
    [The printed booklet will be available at the on-site registration desk.]
  • CPO-10 Abstracts and Participants
  • Invited Speakers

  • Andreas Adelmann (PSI). Recent developments of the open source code OPAL
  • Sabrina Appel (GSI). Optimization of heavy-ion synchrotrons using evolutionary algorithms and machine learning
  • Gabriele Bassi (BNL). Self-consistent simulations of short- and long-range wakefield effects in storage rings
  • Antoine Cerfon (NYU). Sparse grids Particle in Cell scheme for noise reduction in beam simulations
  • Bela Erdelyi (NIU). Normal form approach to and nonlinear optics analysis of the IOTA ring
  • Thomas Flisgen (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin). Computation of eigenmodes in long and complex accelerating structures by means of concatenation strategies
  • Erion Gjonaj (TU Darmstadt). Recent developments in wake field and beam dynamics computation (Plenary)
  • Klaus Heinemann (U New Mexico). Spin dynamics in modern electron storage rings: Computational and theoretical aspects (Plenary)
  • Anthony Huggins. Design and simulation of high momentum acceptance gantries for ion beam therapy
  • Kilean Hwang (LBL). FEL simulation using the Lie method
  • Remi Lehe (LBL). Review of spectral Maxwell solvers for electromagnetic Particle-In-Cell: algorithms and advantages
  • Yongjun Li (BNL). Genetic algorithm enhanced by machine learning for dynamic aperture optimization
  • Alberto Marocchino (Sapienza U Rome). Plasma wakefield start to end acceleration simulations, from photocathode to FEL with simulated density profiles
  • Christopher Mayes (SLAC). Lightsource Unified Modeling Environment (LUME), a start-to-end simulation framework for electrons and photons
  • Elias Metral (CERN). Space charge and transverse instabilities at the CERN SPS and LHC
  • Uwe Niedermayer (TU Darmstadt). Challenges in simulating beam dynamics of dielectric laser acceleration (Plenary)
  • Peter Ostroumov (FRIB). Computational beam dynamics requirements for FRIB (Plenary)
  • Thomas Planche (TRIUMF). Symplectic Particle-in-Cell
  • Hermann Pommerenke (U Rostock). Efficient computation of lossy higher order modes in complex SRF cavities using reduced order models and nonlinear eigenvalue problem algorithms
  • Ji Qiang (LBL). Advances in simulation of high brightness/high intensity beams (Plenary)
  • Daniel Ratner (SLAC). Machine learning for X-ray Free-Electron Lasers
  • Kiersten Ruisard (U Maryland). Nonlinear optics at UMER
  • Robert Ryne (LBL). Computational accelerator physics: On the road to exascale (Plenary)
  • Rudolf Tromp (IBM/Leiden U). Computation and measurement of aberrations for aberration corrected electron microscopy
  • Alexander Valishev (FNAL). The FAST/IOTA project at Fermilab (Plenary)
  • Roel Van Beeumen (LBL). Parallel algorithms for solving nonlinear eigenvalue problems in accelerator cavity simulations
  • Stephen Webb (RadiaSoft). Theoretical and computational modeling of a plasma wakefield BBU instability
  • He Zhang (Jlab). Fast multipole methods for multiparticle simulations