Introduction to Accelerator Physics, 08 September 2019 - 21 September 2019, Vysoke-Tatry, Slovakia

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Delphine Rivoiron and Maria Filippova

This Introductory CAS Course represents the core teaching of all CAS courses and also represents the ideal opportunity to be introduced into the field of particle accelerators. This course will be of interest to staff and students from laboratories and universities, as well as companies manufacturing accelerator equipment. The course will focus on various aspects of beam dynamics and will provide an introduction to the underlying accelerator systems. Key topics will be consolidated through a series of discussion sessions and tutorials, while topical seminars will complete the program.

Due to the large number of students during the past issues of this course we have decided to hold this course now every year in autumn instead of the two-yearly rhythm before. The number of students will be limited to about 80 students based on a first come first served principle.

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Opening 1.64 MB
Electromagnetic theory I, II (Werner HERR, CERN) 982 KB
Kinematics of particle beams - Relativity (Werner HERR, CERN) 982 KB
History of particle acceleration (Philippe LEBRUN, ESI) 14.59 MB
Accelerator applications (Suzie SHEEHY, University of Oxford) 27.47 MB
Transverse linear beam dynamics I, II, III, IV, V (Wolfgang HILLERT, DESY) 11.64 MB
Transverse linear beam dynamics I & II Recap (Wolfgang HILLERT, DESY) 13.52 MB
Linear accelerators I, II (David ALESINI, INFN-LNF) 6.42 MB
Particle motion in Hamiltonian formalism I, II (Suzie SHEEHY, University of Oxford) 9.01 MB
Longitudinal BD in circular machines I, II (Frank TECKER, CERN) 29.5 MB
Warm magnets / Power converters (Gijs DE RIJK, CERN) 7.74 MB
Injection and extraction (Frank TECKER, CERN) 5.65 MB
Superconducting magnets (Gijs DE RIJK, CERN) 11.51 MB
Time and frequency domain signals I, II (Hermann SCHMICKLER, CERN) 7.29 MB
Statistical description of particle beams (Massimo FERRARIO, INFN-LNF) 4.17 MB
Advanced accelerator concepts (Massimo FERRARIO, INFN-LNF) 5.4 MB
Linear imperfections I, II (Volker ZIEMANN, Uppsala University) 3.39 MB
Collective effects I (Kevin Shing Bruce LI, CERN) 6.64 MB
Collective effects II (Kevin Shing Bruce LI, CERN) 6.23 MB
Collective effects III (Kevin Shing Bruce LI, CERN) 5.67 MB
Collective effects IV (Kevin Shing Bruce LI, CERN) 7.64 MB
Sources (Dan FAIRCLOTH, STFC) 7.53 MB
Secondary beams and targets (Dan FAIRCLOTH, STFC) 7.61 MB
RF systems I, II (Heiko DAMERAU, CERN) 6.59 MB
Electron beam dynamics I (Leonid RIVKIN, Paul Scherrer Institut) 4.17 MB
Electron beam dynamics II (Leonid RIVKIN, Paul Scherrer Institut) 2.71 MB
Introduction to non-linear longitudinal beam dymanics (Heiko DAMERAU, CERN) 4.86 MB
Luminosity and colliders (Hermann SCHMICKLER, CERN) 4.97 MB
Beam instrumentation (Peter FORCK, GSI) 8.68 MB
Machine & people protection issues (Peter FORCK, GSI) 7.66 MB
Cyclotrons I (Mike SEIDEL, Paul Scherrer Institut) 5.55 MB
Cyclotrons II / FFAs (Mike SEIDEL, Paul Scherrer Institut) 4.45 MB
A first taste of non-linear beam dynamics I (Yannis PAPAPHILIPPOU, CERN) 39.66 MB
A first taste of non-linear beam dynamics II (Yannis PAPAPHILIPPOU, CERN) 51.15 MB
Beam diagnostics (Peter FORCK, GSI) 6.54 MB
Vacuum (Mike SEIDEL, Paul Scherrer Institut) 3.75 MB
Synchrotron light circular machines / FELs (Eduard PRAT COSTA, Paul Scherrer Institut) 48.54 MB
Designing a synchrotron - a real life example (Yannis PAPAPHILIPPOU, CERN) 52.59 MB
Closing 3.56 MB


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Here we present a small collection of photos taken during the course. Every student has been asked before the course to sign an "acceptance form", in which the student agrees that eventual photos might be published on the the CAS website. Any further use of these photos in other social media is out of the control by the CAS team and is not authorized by the CAS.
Nevertheless if a student or teacher finds a certain picture inappropriate, he should contact the CAS team and we will remove the picture immediately.