Center for Accelerator Science
Jean Delayen, Ph.D., Caltech, 1977. Fellow, American Physical Society.
- Alexander Godunov, Ph.D., Moscow State University, 1984. Break-down phenomena in RF guns and cavities.
- Toza Popovic, Ph.D., University of Belgrade, 1977, Surface preparation of Niobium for superconducting RF cavities by plasma etching
- Charles Sukenik, Ph.D., Yale University, 1993. Ultracold molecule production, light scattering and strong localization of light in disordered atomic samples, and novel optical schemes for spatiallyconfining atoms and molecules
- Lepsha Vuskovic, Ph.D., University of Belgrade, 1972, Surface treatment of Niobium for superconducting RF cavities
Jefferson Lab Professors:
- Hari Areti, Ph.D. , University of Ottawa, 1976.
- Jean Delayen, Ph.D., Caltech, 1977. Fellow, American Physical Society. Physics and technology of superconducting linacs; RF structures design; phase and amplitude control of RF fields; interactions between particles and RF fields; beam instabilities; high-current effects in linacs; RF superconductivity; electromagnetic properties of superconductors; development of new materials and preparation techniques
- Geoffrey Krafft, Ph.D., U. California, Berkeley, 1986. Fellow, American Physical Society. Theoretical studies of collective effects; electron beam diagnostics devices; applications of recirculating and energy recovering accelerators; novel sources of electromagnetic radiation
- Alex Bogacz, Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1986. Beam dynamics of superconducting recirculating linacs; beam optics and lattice design, muon accelerator concept—design of large aperture recirculating linacs; nonlinear beam dynamics and emittance compensation schemes, theory of coupled betatron motion, crystal channeling
- Arne Freyberger , Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, 1990. Positron sources, Beam diagnostics.
- Reza Kazimi, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, 1992. Compact Accelerators and Electron Injectors for Accelerators.
- Michael Kelley, Ph.D. , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1973. Materials Engineering, Surface science of SRF materials
- Ganapati Myneni, Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, 1980. Science of RF superconductivity and extreme high vacuum
- Larry Phillips, Ph.D.,
- Gwyn Williams, Ph.D., Sheffield University, England, 1971. Ultra-bright light sources; ultrafast pump-probe dynamics of novel materials and of bonding vibrational odes in both time and frequency domains.
- Eman Ahmed, Dipole force optical trap (FORT) for atoms and molecules
- Subashini De Silva, TBD
- Shawn Frierson, TBD
- Serkan Golge, Positron source for Jefferson Lab
- Gambhir Ranjit, Study of High Harmonic Generation at Jefferson Lab's FEL
- Maria Raskovic, Plasma etching for performance enhancement of Niobium superconducting RF cavities
- Hisham Sayed, Design of low beta interaction regions for colliders
- Senthilraja Singaravelu , Creating large-scale organic thin films in a pulsed laser deposition chamber
- Michael Spata, Beam optics for Jefferson Lab's 12 GeV upgrade
- Janardan Upadhyay, Surface Preparation techniques for Niobium superconducting RF cavities
- Changkun Dong, Ph.D. (2003). Field Emission Based Sensors using Carbon Nanotubes , Old Dominion University
- Gianluigi Ciovati, Ph.D. (2005). Investigation of the superconducting properties of niobium radio-frequency cavities
- Rachel Sparks (2007). Commissioning of Field Emission Viewer, Old Dominion University
- Wade Brock (2007). Polarization and Attenuation of Terahertz Radiation, Old Dominion University
- Frederick Wilson (2008). Investigation of Terahertz Light Source by Implementation of Michelson Interferometry, Old Dominion University