The inaugural joint UK accelerator institutes seminar series has ended after a octet of thrilling seminars. The series was by all accounts a roaring success and covered all types of accelerator research ranging from the smallest laser driven accelerators to the monolithic FCC-hh.
Oxford JAI post doctoral researcher Rebecca Ramjiawan has been awarded a CERN fellowship for work on the transfer line designs for future accelerators starting in September.
Following a successful start to the joint UK accelerator institutes seminar series, the second talk will be given by Dr. Ian Martin on 6th May at 16:15. Dr. Martin's talk will be on the new proposed upgrade to the existing Diamond Light Source, the so called Diamond-II, and can be accessed via the series indico page.
To kick off Trinity term in style, the first of the talks in the new joint UK seminar series will be given on 29th April at 16:15. Dr. Lindroos' talk will be on the status of the European Spallation Source (ESS) and can be accessed via the series indico page.
The two UK particle accelerator institutes, the John Adams Institute and the Cockroft Institute, as well as the STFC's Accelerator Science and Technology Centre are delighted to announce the start of a joint seminar series. The seminar series will begin on the 29th April with a talk from Mats Lindroos on the status of the European Spallation Source and will continue for eight weeks. The topics proposed for discussion range across the entire field of accelerator physics from the AWAKE plasma wakefield project to how we can use machine learning in our work.
The series will be hosted on Zoom. Details of the schedule and how to access the Zoom event can be found on the seminar series Indico page.