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Center for Accelerator Science and Education

This fall we teach PHY 554: Fundamentals of Accelerator Physics


The Center for Accelerator Science and Education (CASE) will pursue cutting edge accelerator science and R&D, training of next generation accelerator scientists - graduate and post doctoral – through courses, laboratory and experiments on accelerators. Undergraduate opportunities will play a significant goal of attracting students to the graduate program through introduction to accelerator courses, accelerator laboratory work and summer research opportunities at BNL. The proposed educational program will start with a short term abbreviated educational program of undergraduate, graduate and R&D that will evolve over time.

Goals

The main goals of CASE are:

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The development of CASE capitalizes on resources at both institutions:

  • The BNL Accelerator Research and Development Division is a premier center for accelerator development in a broad spectrum of sciences, with many outstanding scientists already affiliated with and teaching at SBU; many of the SBU faculty in various fields already use the existing accelerator based facilities at BNL for their own research;
  • Stony Brook University has a recently retired research accelerator – the Tandem Van de Graaff (TvDG) – whose control room has been renovated to become a modern Physics Teaching Laboratory (PTL) that serves graduate, undergraduate students as well as K-12 teachers and students.

CASE Members

  • Dr. Vladimir Litvinenko, Director, Professor of Physics, Stony Brook University.
  • Dr. Thomas K. Hemmick, Deputy Director for Education and Outreach, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Physics, Stony Brook University.
  • Joseph Tuozzolo, Deputy Director for Engineering, Chief Mechanical Engineer, Collider-Accelerator Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory.
  • Dr. Paul Grannis, Chair of Executive Council, Distinguished Professor of Physics, Stony Brook University.
  • Dr. Abhay Deshpande, Executive Council Member, Professor of Physics, Stony Brook University.
  • Dr. Laszlo Mihaly, Executive Council Member, Professor of Physics, Stony Brook University.
  • Dr. James Glimm, Executive Council Member, Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Stony Brook University.
  • Dr. Imin Kao, Executive Council Member, Professor, Associate Dean, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Stony Brook University.
  • Dr. Yue Hao, Executive Council Member, CASE web administrator, Adjunct Professor, Scientist, Collider-Accelerator Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory.
  • Socoro Delquaglio, CASE Project administrator, Stony Brook University.
  • Find complete member list here.
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Advanced Accelerator Lab at ATF

Research Opportunities

CASE faculty are involved in many exciting projects. Please contact us for more information.

  • NEW!! New Ph.D/Master topic on beam optics of a polarized proton and He3 beams, under supervision of Dr. Nicholaos Tsoupas<tsoupas@bnl.gov>.
  • NEW!! New Ph.D topic on Future Circular Colliders (FCC) is available [[1]], under supervision of Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko.
  • NEW!! Two Ph.D topics (theoretical and one experimental) opportunity are available on Coherent Electron Cooling and Laser-Plasma Wakefield Accelerator with external injection, , under supervision of Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko.
  • NEW!! Postdoc research fellow (supported by NSF funding) is available on Advanced Coherent Electron Cooling research, under supervision of Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko
  • We are looking for students to work on the Stony Brook Tandem Van de Graff accelerator to:
    1. Finish implementing the new control system.
    2. Implement new experiments for the Stony Brook Graduate Laboratory.

    These are ideal MSI minor projects. Contact: Thomas K Hemmick <Thomas.Hemmick@stonybrook.edu>

  • Accelerator R&D Division of Collider-Accelerator Department, BNL provide exciting acceleration R&D research opportunities towards the future accelerator science, technology and facilities. We are looking for graduate students to do thesis research. The projects include:
    1. The design of electron-ion collider, eRHIC
    2. The demonstration of Coherent Electron Cooling (CeC)
    3. The development of Low Energy RHIC electron Cooling (LEReC)
    4. High average current polarized electron cathode and injector
    5. Superconductor RF cavity (accelerating cavities and deflecting cavities)
    6. Plasma accelerators using and new accelerator concepts at Accelerator Test Facility (ATF)
    7. Future Circular Collider studies

    There are both MSI and Ph.D. topics. Contact: Vladimir Litvinenko <Vladimir.Litvinenko@StonyBrook.edu>