Particle Accelerator Physics Laboratory
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.
New Opening: Post-doc for the ML4FCC project
LPAP is searching for a post-doctoral researcher to enlarge the team and be part of a very challenging project ML4FCC in collaboration with CERN and SDSC with the goal to apply Machine Learning techniques to the design of the next generation Future Circular Collider.More Info at this link
New Opening: LPAP is looking for a post-doc scientific collaborator to enlarge the team and contribute to the design of the Future Circular Colliders.
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Joanna Wanczyk presents the first poster after lockdown at CHIPP conference
A bit of fresh air has been breathed during these particular times at the CHIPP conference (10-11 June in Spiez, Switzerland ) where Joanna Wanczyk, PhD student at CERN and member of LPAP group, presented a poster of her project as a doctoral student. Congratulations Joanna!, and we look forward to see the advance of your (…)