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

Northern Illinois University and UT-Battelle (2019)

USPAS sponsored by Northern Illinois University and UT-Battelle
held in Knoxville, TN
January 21 - February 1, 2019

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January 21 - February 1, 2019 two-week full courses

Fundamentals of Accelerator Physics and Technology with Simulations and Measurements Lab (undergraduate level)
Sarah Cousineau, UT Knoxville and Oak Ridge National Lab; Jeff Holmes, Nick Evans and Kiersten Ruisard, Oak Ridge National Lab

Accelerator Physics
Stephen Peggs, Brookhaven National Lab and Todd Satogata, Jefferson Lab

Applied Electromagnetism: Magnet and RF Cavity Design
Jeremiah Holzbauer, Karie Badgley and Paolo Berrutti, Fermilab

January 21 - 25, 2019 one-week half courses

High-Power Targets for Accelerators
Bernie Riemer; Drew Winder; Erik Iverson; Franz Gallmeier, Oak Ridge National Lab; Pat Hurh and Kavin Ammigan, Fermilab

Storage Rings for Precision Physics Applications -- Muon g-2
Michael Syphers, Northern Illinois University and Fermilab; Diktys Stratakis, Fermilab; David Rubin, Cornell University

Physics and Engineering of Undulators for Storage Ring and FEL Light Sources
Efim Gluskin and Vadim Sajaev, Argonne National Laboratory

Beam-Based Diagnostics
Christoph Steier, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; James Safranek and Xiaobiao Huang, SLAC National Accelerator Lab

Wakefields and Collective Beam Instabilities
Gennady Stupakov and Panagiotis Baxevanis, SLAC National Accelerator Lab

January 28 - February 1, 2019 one-week half courses

Neutrino Beams
Bob Zwaska and Laura Fields, Fermilab

Integrable Particle Dynamics in Accelerators
Sergei Nagaitsev and Timofey Zolkin, Fermilab

Principles of Superconducting Linear Accelerators
Sang-Ho Kim and Marc Doleans, Oak Ridge National Lab

Design and Engineering of Modern Beam Diagnostics
Manfred Wendt, CERN; Silvia Zorzetti and Randy Thurman-Keup, Fermilab

EPICS Control Systems
Kay Kasemir, John Sinclair and Klemen Vodopivec, Oak Ridge National Lab