U.S. Particle Accelerator School
U.S. Particle Accelerator School
Education in Beam Physics and Accelerator Technology

Rice University (2001)

USPAS sponsored by Rice University
held in Houston, Texas
January 15-26, 2001

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January 15-26, 2001 two-week full courses

Accelerator Fundamentals (undergraduate)
Michael Syphers, Elvin Harms, Dave Vander Meulen and Arden Warner, Fermilab

Accelerator Physics
Joseph Rogers and Michael Weinberger, Cornell University

The Use of Hamiltonian and Lie Algebra Methods to Analyze and Design Accelerator Beamlines
Yiton Yan and Andrei Terebilo, SLAC

January 15-19, 2001 one-week half courses

Storage Rings as Sources of Synchrotron Radiation
Richard Talman, Cornell University

Material Research with Accelerator-Based Neutron Sources
Thom Mason, Oak Ridge National Lab

RF Superconductivity for Accelerators
Hasan Padamsee and Jens Knobloch, Cornell University

Accelerator Magnet Engineering
Jack Tanabe, Ret.

Numerical Methods for Electron and Ion Source Design
John Petillo, SAIC and Stanley Humphries, University of New Mexico

January 22-26, 2001 one-week half courses

Applications of Synchrotron Radiation in Materials Science
Denis McWhan, Ret.

Collective Interactions and Nonlinear Processes in Intense Nonneutral Charged Particle Beams - course cancelled
Ronald Davidson, Princeton University

Accelerator Vacuum System Design
Louis Bertolini and Mike Benaphil, Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Superconducting Accelerator Magnets
Ramesh Gupta and Animesh Jain, Brookhaven National Lab; Carl Goodzeit, Ret.

Radiation Physics, Regulation and Management
J. Donald Cossairt, Fermilab and Reginald Ronningen, Michigan State Univeristy