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Nirav Joshi

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Welcome to the N's world of science. Since April 2009, I am working with the JAI-RHUL as a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher (ESR), funded by the DITANET program under FP7-people frame work. Under guidance of Dr. Stewart Boogert, my research is about developing the cavity Beam Position Monitor (BPM) systems for the high energy Linear particle accelerators, such as CLIC. The CLIC is in its conceptual design stage at the CERN, Switzerland-France. Machine parameters like high beam current up to 1.5A and high bunch repetition rate of 2GHz present various challenges in terms of a physics and engineering design.

Other than Accelerator physics and application of RF and microwave to this field, topics like nuclear fusion, particle dynamics in electromagnetic (EM) field, micro and macro instabilities in the particle machines like accelerators and tokamaks attract me and generate a resonance in my thoughts. Moving onto the low energy side, I always take a glimpse of the topics like condensed matter, super conductivity and medical technology. I always wonder about the inter connections of various technological and pure scientific branches, and now I look at the physics as a mother of all branches. Be proud be a physicist. Other than these scientific topics, I'm always fascinated by evolution of life, human psychology, world political history and economic illusions.

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