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Research Interests

My research time is primarily occupied with two main topics:
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  1. The physics of RF accelerating cavities. This includes calculations, simulations, and measurement of the fields present within such cavities, as well as the dynamics of relativistic, charged, particles as they move through such fields.
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My primary research interests are in the field of electron beam diagnostics. In particular, highly accurate and stable measurements of the transverse position of the beam using rf cavities, as well as longitudinal (phase) measurements. One novel technique I have pioneered is the use of the parasitic fields induced in accelerating cavities to measure the transverse and longitudinal position of the beam, and to determine the internal alignment of these cavities.

At present, I find most of my time is involved in large-scale simulations of electro-magnetic effects inside large accelerating structures. For this, I have access to the NERSC facility in Berkeley, CA.

Finally, a significant amount of my time is involved with computer modeling of relativistic electron beams, and in the development of my own, python-based, beam tracking software.

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My research time is primarily occupied with two main topics:
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Research Interests

My primary research interests are in the field of electron beam diagnostics. In particular, highly accurate and stable measurements of the transverse position of the beam using rf cavities, as well as longitudinal (phase) measurements. One novel technique I have pioneered is the use of the parasitic fields induced in accelerating cavities to measure the transverse and longitudinal position of the beam, and to determine the internal alignment of these cavities.
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At present, I find most of my time is involved in large-scale simulations of electro-magnetic effects inside large accelerating structures. For this, I have access to the NERSC facility in Berkeley, CA.
  Finally, a significant amount of my time is involved with computer modeling of relativistic electron beams, and in the development of my own, python-based, beam tracking software.

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Research Interests

My primary research interests are in the field of electron beam diagnostics. In particular, highly accurate and stable measurements of the transverse position of the beam using rf cavities, as well as longitudinal (phase) measurements. One novel technique I have pioneered is the use of the parasitic fields induced in accelerating cavities to measure the transverse and longitudinal position of the beam, and to determine the internal alignment of these cavities.
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  Finally, a significant amount of my time is involved with computer modeling of relativistic electron beams, and in the development of my own, python-based, beam tracking software.

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Biography

Lecturer in accelerator physics, held as a joint appointment with the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).

  • Name: Stephen Molloy
  • Office: W252
  • Phone: 01784 443505
  • Position: Lecturer, jointly with STFC

Research Interests

My primary research interests are in the field of electron beam diagnostics. In particular, highly accurate and stable measurements of the transverse position of the beam using rf cavities, as well as longitudinal (phase) measurements. One novel technique I have pioneered is the use of the parasitic fields induced in accelerating cavities to measure the transverse and longitudinal position of the beam, and to determine the internal alignment of these cavities.

In addition, I am currently involved in investigations of a new method to measure the transverse profile of the highly compressed bunches found in modern FELs.

Finally, a significant amount of my time is involved with computer modeling of relativistic electron beams, and in the development of my own, python-based, beam tracking software.

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