Status and Perspectives of the VEPP-2000 Complex

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Yu.A. Rogovsky, D.E. Berkaev, I.A. Koop, E.A. Perevedentsev, Yu.M. Shatunov, D.B. Shwartz, A.S. Kasaev, A.N. Kyrpotin, A.P. Lysenko, V.P. Prosvetov, A.L. Romanov, A.I. Senchenko, P.Yu. Shatunov, A.N. Skrinsky, I.M. Zemlyansky, Yu.M. Zharinov
The VEPP-2000 is a modern electron-positron collider at BINP. Last season in 2012–2013 was dedicated to the energy range of 160-520 MeV per beam. The application of round colliding beams concept along with the accurate orbit and lattice correction yielded the high peak luminosity of 1.2*10^31 cm-2s-1 at 500 MeV with average luminosity of 0.9*10^31 cm-2s-1 per run. The peak luminosity limited only by beam-beam effects, while average luminosity – by present lack of positrons in whole energy range of 160-1000 MeV. To perform high luminosity at high energies with small dead time the top-up injection is needed. At present new electron and positron injection complex at BINP is commissioned and ready to feed VEPP-2000 collider with intensive beams with energy of 450 MeV. Last calendar 2014 year was dedicated to the full/partial upgrade of complex's main parts.