CERN Accelerating science

Laser-driven beamlines: a novel approach towards particle acceleration

The CRISP Lasers activity studied laser induced particle sources as the next generation of particle accelerators.

Novel permanent magnet quadrupoles for LINAC4


The success of the novel Permanent Magnet Quadrupoles of LINAC4 for compactness and cost efficiency

Accelerators: Powering Cutting Edge Research

What are the practical benefits of particle accelerators? Look out for a brand new brochure, to help explain the impact of your work.

  10 years of success for ISIS RFQ


The ISIS facility celebrates the 10th anniversary of its radio frequency quadrupole accelerator. 

Call for Applications to ICTF”

Applications are now being invited for access to the Ionisation Cooling Test Facility (ICTF) based at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, including the MICE experiment.

Development of a Fast Ramped Superconducting Dipole Magnet

Fast ramped magnets are an essential component of heavy-ion synchrotrons. Future developments ask for higher rigidity of the beams leading to stronger magnetic fields of the magnets and therefore to superconductivity.

ERC Grants Supporting Alternative Accelerator Technologies

ERC grants are currently being used to support development of alternative accelerator technologies.

 

 

First pre-series sextupole for the SESAME storage ring

The ISIS facility celebrates the 10th anniversary of its radio frequency quadrupole accelerator.

CERN prepares for Future Circular Collider Study

World experts came together to launch a future circular collider (FCC) study, based on a new 80 to 100-km circular tunnel.

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