In yet more good news for the JAI, two current University of Oxford DPhil students, Eugenio Senes and Jan Paszkiewicz have been offered CERN fellowships.
On Thursday 5th March, Dr. Alexander Gerbershagen, of CERN, gave a JAI seminar on how the Physics Beyond Colliders (PBC) project could yield exciting new discoveries in particle physics without requiring the use of a massive supercollider.
In a welcome break from the trials and tribulations of the current COVID-19 lockdown, Oxford DPhil student, Pierre Korysko, has successfully submitted and defended his thesis. A member of the JAI since 2016, Pierre has spent the last three years working on intensity-dependent effects in future linear colliders.
On Thursday 20th February, new University of Oxford researcher Dr. Hector Garcia-Morales, presented a seminar at the JAI on using machine learning techniques for particle accelerators.
Professor Philip Burrows has been appointed Director of the John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science (JAI) for a five-year term.