Thank you to all of those that helped bring this 15+ year quest to an end. Our Cyclotron Library now has a complete hardbound collection of proceedings from all of the cyclotron conference held to-date. To our knowledge this is the only complete set (there are probably others, but only a few at best). Contributions to this collection have come from all over: literally as nearby as the office next door to mine and as far away as Europe and Asia, and everywhere
Announcement: Tim Koeth and Amber Johnson will be teaching a cyclotron design course at US Particle Accelerator School (USPAS) in January 2013, which is taking place at Duke University. Previously, Tim has been a co-instructor of the Fundamentals of Accelerator Physics course at Stony Brook University in June 2011.
USPAS conducts graduate and undergraduate-level courses twice a year for two weeks at a time, at various universities throughout the United States. Students can apply for
I'm going to use my soapbox to talk about something that's not purely cyclotron-related. This is aimed towards high school students interested in science.
While a high school student in New York City, I became fascinated with how things work. I wanted to learn more. I wanted to build things. I wanted to tear apart every electrical device I could get my hands on and examine its insides. And I'm sure that if you're on this site, you will probably feel the same way.
Well we're not quite sure what the best way to organize these blogs is. I think I'll take the liberty of diving in head first and posting some things that have been sitting on my chest.
From all the admins, enjoy!