Wednesday, September 28, 2016
MuSim

A new and innovative graphical system that permits the user to construct, explore, optimize, analyze, and evaluate accelerator and particle-based systems efficiently and effectively. Read More

Magnetrons

Magnetrons, with phase and frequency locking, comprise a less expensive and more efficient power source for particle accelerators. Read More

Ion Sources

Sources for polarized hydrogen, deuterium, and helium ions, and a negative ion source needed for the Fermilab PIP-II linear accelerator, are being developed to allow more reliable and efficient delivery of higher intensity beams. Read More

G4Beamline

G4beamline is a particle tracking simulation program based on Geant4. It is optimized for simulating beamlines, and is especially useful for applications where decays and/or interactions with matter are important. Read More

Superconducting Magnet R & D

With our collaborators we are tackling the challenges of moving high temperature superconducting magnets from R&D devices to devices ready for real world applications.Read More

Compact Microtron Source of Gamma Rays and Neutrons

Our design of a Microtron-based electron accelerator as a bright source of electrons and neutrons for active interrogation for hidden fissile material, detection of explosives, detection of faults in structures and medical applications. Read More

Radio Frequency Component Development

With our collaborators we are developing RF technologies that will enable the next generation of energy and intensity frontier accelerator facilities. Read More

Electron Recirculating Linacs for Isotope Production

A Superconducting Radio Frequency (SRF) Energy Recovery Linac (ERL) is a path to a more diverse and reliable domestic supply of short-lived, high-value, high-demand isotopes. Read More

Muon Cooling Technology

A muon collider could be a viable alternative as the next HEP facility after the LHC, We provided several innovations that have sparked renewed interest. Read More