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.
On Wednesday 3rd June at 16:00, there will be a Journal of Plasma Physics colloquium presented by Dr. Félicie Albert, of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, entitled X-ray sources from laser-plasma acceleration: development and applications for high energy density sciences.
The colloquium can be found online using the zoom link,