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Accelerator Physics - T. Satogata (CASA Director)
Todd Satogata

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Alex Bogacz

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Rui Li

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Edy Nissen

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Chris Tennant

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Accelerator R & D - Y. Zhang

Fanglei Lin

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Vasiliy Morozov

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Amy Sy

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Yuhong Zhang

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JSPEC code development

    • RF Voltage calculation module has been finished and tested. This feature has been merged into the main branch
  and pushed to Github. When the bunch size is chosen to be constant, jspec will calculate the RF voltage with 
  respect to the momentum spread at each time step. The voltage is saved in the last row of the user-specified 
  output file. When the bunch size is allowed to vary with the momentum spread. The RF voltage is calculated once. 
  But it is still saved as above on each time step.
    • Space charge field of the electron bunch results in both the longitudinal velocity shift and the transverse velocity
  shift of the electrons. The longitudinal velocity shift is due to the electrostatic potential difference according to 
  the different radius. The transverse one is due to the collective effect of the radial space charge field and the
  longitudinal magnetic field. In the perspective of the friction force calculation, both velocity shifts change the relative
  velocity between the ion and the electron while the transverse one also changes the electron temperature (Larmor
  emittance). With the help of some references, the formulas of the velocity drift for a uniform round electron beam 
  (bunched or coasting) are derived and documented. These are good enough for IMP experiment. For a uniform flat beam, 
  one may have to do numerical integration. The code is still under development. 
    • For the core-tail model, I am working on the multidimensional fitting algorithm using the gradient descent method.
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Computational Physics - Y. Roblin

Yves Roblin

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He Zhang

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Kirsten Deitrick

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Diagnostic Development - K. Jordan

Kevin Jordan

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Joe Gubeli

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Michael Tiefenback

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LERF - S. Benson

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A. Hutton

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