Technical Division

Mission of Technical Division

  • Pursue highly innovative R&D program in superconducting magnets and SRF for accelerators to advance the lab’s scientific mission and to help in defining the lab’s future direction
  • Operate accelerator test facilities to maximize the lab’s scientific productivity and impact
  • Develop and build next generation accelerators and detectors using cutting-edge technologies
  • Educate and train the next generation of physicists and engineers

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Division Leadership

Sergey Belomestnykh

Division Head

 

 

Anna Grassellino

Deputy Division Head

 

 

Arkadiy Klebaner

Associate Division Head / Cryogenics 

 

 

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Alexander Romanenko

Associate Division Head/SRF

 

 

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Romesh Sood

Associate Division Head

 

 

George Velev 

Associate Division Head /Magnets

 

 

 Victor Yarba

Associate Division Head

 

 

Events

Labwide Calendar

News

Tom Peterson

Engineer and butterfly enthusiast Tom Peterson is departing Fermilab after 40 years.

Physicists build ultrapowerful accelerator magnet

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A partnership between three national U.S. laboratories and CERN to upgrade the LHC has yielded the strongest accelerator magnet ever created.

Putting it all together: Fermilab assembles first cryomodule for LCLS-II

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The first cryomodule for SLAC’s future light source, LCLS-II, is on schedule to be delivered at the end of the year.

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Honors

Mattia Checchin wins first prize in poster contest at IPAC’16

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Checchin’s work focuses on better understanding of the gradient limitation of a superconducting accelerating cavity.

Anna Grassellino receives 2016 IEEE Particle Accelerator Science and Technology Award

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The IEEE PAST Award goes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the development of particle accelerator science and technology.