[Seminars] Accelerator Science Seminar Today! - Dec 5

Holly Jaffey holly2 at uchicago.edu
Mon Dec 5 10:28:22 CST 2016


Monday December 5, 2016
ERC 401

Speaker: Rami Kishek (University of Maryland)

Title: Nonlinear Dynamics of Beams in the University of Maryland Electron Ring

Abstract: Advanced accelerators are key instruments enabling basic science research in high energy physics, nuclear physics, and chemistry, as well as medical imaging and therapy, and industrial processes.  At higher beam intensities, space charge forces introduce a variety of nonlinear phenomena such as beam halo and chaotic mixing.  The University of Maryland Electron Ring (UMER) is a low-energy storage ring designed for study of the long path-length physics of space charge in beams, over a wide range of intensities.  This talk reviews selected results illustrating the evolution of nonlinear space charge phenomena in beams.  Simulation and theoretical results are validated against experimental data where available.  Plans to use UMER for study of nonlinear optics lattices are presented.
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