Sunday, June 25, 2017
  • 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.

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  • Pressurized Gas Beam Monitor

    A novel high-intensity beam monitor, using resonant gas-filled RF cavities, is being developed for extremely high-radiation environments. These are needed in facilities produce intense proton, neutron and neutrino beams for particle physics research, material science and accelerator-driven subcritical reactors.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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

     

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  • 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

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  • 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.

     

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  • 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.

     

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  • Accelerator Driven Subcritical Reactors
    We believe an excellent approach for generating safe, clean, carbon-free power is the use of subcritical nuclear reactors, made possible by powerful new proton accelerators.

     

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  • 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.

     

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  • 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.

     

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