Laboratory of Particle Accelerator Physics
Engines of Discovery
Particle accelerators play an important role in high energy physics, materials and life sciences. They are used to create a very special state of matter — beams of particles (protons, electrons, photons, neutrons, muons, neutrinos etc.). Medical applications of accelerators include radiotherapy, production of radioactive isotopes, hadron therapy and bio-imaging.
Combined function magnets with constant partition numbers lattice for the Future Circular lepton ColliderOptics developments with CFMs show promising results to improve the FCC-ee performance and efficiency.Accelerating News 13 MARCH, 2023https://acceleratingnews.euBy Cristóbal García (EPFL-LPAP), Tatiana Pieloni (EPFL-LPAP), Leon van Riesen-Haupt (EPFL-LPAP) & Rogelio Tomás (CERN)
PHD Position Available
The LPAP is looking for a motivated PhD student to contribute to the design study of a Future Muon Collider.More details available at link.
Joanna Wanczyk awarded CMS 2021 price
Joanna Wanczyk (EPFL LPAP, LPHE and CERN) has been awarded one of the 2021 CMS Awards, given to members of the CMS collaboration for their significant contributions and outstanding work. Joanna is recognized “For technical contributions to the BCM1F rebuild and commissioning in LS2 and for rapid feedback to CMS in the LHC Beam tests.” The (…)
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