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Training

The JAI provides graduate training in Accelerator Physics and related disciplines

  • Graduate training at the John Adams Institute consists of both a series of lectures and a design project. The lectures cover the basics of accelerator physics, from lattice design to RF and laser plasma acceleration.
  • The graduate lectures are given by Prof. Emmanuel Tsesmelis, Dr. Suzie Sheehy, Dr. Hector Garcia-Morales and guest lecturers from CERN and Cockcroft Institute.
  • JAI is a partner for JUAS and our students can access its full or selected courses.
  • JAI is providing summer project opportunities - see this link for Summer Placement Programme
  • JAI is also providing advanced graduate courses jointly with Cockcroft Institute - see this link for more information

The syllabus for the 2020-21 JAI graduate course can be found in the student handbook.

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The JAI lecture series was great way to get to know other other accelerator physics PhD students from other universities. It was also a privilege to be taught by experts in the field.

Daniel Harryman, current JAI PhD student.