Teaching information


Machine physics and future accelerators

Accelerator physics and future accelerator facilities, for 1st year particle physics graduate students. 3 hour lecture on basic machine physics and applications.


Guest lecture on radio frequency electromagnetic waves for acceleration and diagnostics of charged particle beams

PH2900 Astronomy

PH2910 Stellar Astrophysics

PH1400 Laboratory skills

Ph.D Projects, ideas for projects

  • Beam phase detector
  • 2-D laserwire scanner
  • Advanced laser focusing systems
  • High power lasers

Projects (3rd and 4th year)

  • Beam position monitor (simulation and signal processing)
  • Solar and stellar spectra
  • Auto-guiding telescopes
  • Adaptive optics (measurement of atmospheric turbulence)

Summer projects

  • Laser beam propagation
  • Beam optics simulation
  • RF electronic construction
  • Cavity beam position monitor data analysis
  • Energy spectrometer data analysis

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