MICE, the Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment, is a project to design, construct, operate and test a cell of a muon ionisation cooling channel that may be used for a future Neutrino Factory or Muon Collider.
Below are the links to subprojects. If you are a member of the collaboration, you can click here to register or click here if you have forgotten your password. If you do not use your academic/lab email address and real name, your account will be rejected.
- [[computing-software:MICE zoom info]]
Working Group Wikis¶
Links to each working group area are given below.
- [[computing-software:|Computing and Software]] (requires password)
- Configuration Database
- [[online:|Online Group]] (requires password)
- Accelerator Physics Software
- [[cm:|Controls & Monitoring - (a.k.a. CAM or C&M)]] (requires password)
- Safety (inc. Reviews)
- Decay Solenoid
- [[magnetic-shielding:|Magnetic Shielding]]
- Liquid Hydrogen Absorber
- Quench Protection
- MICE Governance
Included here is information that's general to MICE instead of information on specific working groups, which is below for convenience. This information is stored in wiki format.
- Video conferences
- Information on Coming to RAL
- Acronyms and Lingo
- Speaker's Bureau
- All code used in mice is hosted on launchpad in the mice project group ... More
- MICE News Images
- *Readytalk Phone bridge information*
- Homepage: http://mice.iit.edu
MICE Demonstration of Ionization Cooling
The MICE collaboration have had a paper published in Nature, in which they demonstrate the ionization cooling technique
Message from Ken Long
Summary of the December Run and thanks to all
Update 7 August 2017
LH2 preparations and upcoming conferences
Update 25 July 2017
LH2 commissioning and preparations for the next cycle