The 2015 have been a year of many new projects for JAI team. Early this month the JAI team has gathered for a JAI Fest – a one-day meeting where we have reviewed our progress.
The 2014 was a great and important year for the John Adams Institute - the year marked by our 10-th anniversary.
Accelerator science has demonstrated a rich history of inventions, often inspired by Nature itself. The history of accelerator science, expressed in the form of the so-called Livingston plot which shows energy reached versus time, describes this history via a sequence of ascending steps corresponding to the birth and saturation of particular technologies of acceleration, followed by the birth of even newer technologies.
Starting this year, JAI has become a partner of the Joint Universities Accelerator School – JUAS. It is the fifteenth university partner collaborating within the framework of this international school.
JAI has joined JUAS
Earlier this month, JAI participated in the 11th session of the Ministerial UK-Russia Joint Committee on Scientific and Technical Co-operation, held at the Royal Society, London. The meeting represented an important milestone in strengthening the cooperation between the two countries.