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John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science

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The John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science is a joint venture between the Physics department at Royal Holloway, the Nuclear and Particle Physics sub-department at the University of Oxford and the Physics Department at  Imperial College London. The group is involved in many aspects of accelerator science, we develop novel electron accelerator diagnostics, such as laser-wire transverse emittance measurement devices, resonant cavity beam position monitors and beam generated radiation monitoring and applications. We are also involved with various studies devoted to the realisation of a high energy linear collider, including the International Linear Collider (ILC) and also the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC), and novel Laser-Plasma acceleration technology. We are also developing state of the art codes to simulate beam losses in high energy accelerators (Simulation) and will apply these to LHC and possible LHC upgrades.

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We welcome applications from all areas of the community, for further information please visit our post-graduate research opportunties pages.

 
 
 

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