Interaction of atoms and molecules with free electron lasers, an Atom and laser physics seminar, will be taking place on the 28th January in the Audrey Wood Seminar room at the University of Oxford. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the science that depends on accelerator physics!
Dr Suzie Sheehy is an academic, science communicator and member of the JAI, based at the University of Oxford, where she holds a Royal Society University Research Fellowship. Her research focuses on developing particle accelerators for future applications in areas such as medicine and energy.
In June 2018 Suzie spoke at TEDxSydney on “The case for curiosity driven research”. This talk has now reached over 1 million viewers online and describes how curiosity driven research, research purely for the sake of learning something new, can lead to the development of technology.
How to have fun, learn new things and do outreach at the same time? LHCreate is the perfect event for that. This year, Helena Pikhartova participated in this CERN organized event.
The annual festive meeting of the John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science will be hosted at Royal Holloway University of London on 7th December 2018, when over 50 delegates from Imperial College London, the University of Oxford, Royal Holloway's Physics Department, and CERN, will converge to review another year of successful research in the exciting field of Accelerator Science!