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TESLA Technology Collaboration

Mission Statement

The mission of the TESLA Technology Collaboration (TTC) is to advance superconducting RF accelerator R & D and related accelerator studies across the broad diversity of scientific applications, and to keep open and provide a bridge for communication and sharing of ideas, developments, and testing across associated projects.

To this end the Collaboration supports and encourages free and open exchange of scientific and technical knowledge, expertise, engineering designs, and equipment.

different pictures of cavities and modules


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Next TTC Meeting

The next TTC Meeting is scheduled to take place at Aomori, Japan, Oct 11 - 14, 2022. The meeting will be hosted by QST Rokkasho, Japan. More details can be found here.


The 10th International Workshop on "Thin films applied to Superconducting RF and New Ideas for Pushing the limits of RF Superconductivity" will take place at Jefferson Lab, Newport News VA, September 19-23, 2022. More details can be found here.

TESLA’s high-gradient march
CERN Courier - 10 November 2020

Established 30 years ago with a linear electron–positron collider in mind, the TESLA Technology Collaboration has played a major role in the development of superconducting radio-frequency cavities and related technologies for a wide variety of applications.
CERN Courier article