Applied Physics and Superconducting Technology Division

Mission

  • 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

 

 

Jay C. Theilacker

Associate Division Head / Cryogenics 

 

 

Alexander Romanenko

Associate Division Head/SRF

 

 

Romesh Sood

Associate Division Head

 

 

George Velev

Associate Division Head /Magnets

 

 

 

Events

Labwide Calendar

News

Workshop on RF superconductivity gathers experts from diverse areas of physics

November 27, 2017

…enabling future accelerator-based science … Sam Posen, scientist/TD working on developing niobium-tin thin films for accelerating cavities….

Northwestern, Fermi National Accelerator Lab launch new research center

…understanding physical processes that limit the accelerating field .. push the performance level toward theoretical limits,” Sauls…

LCLS-II prototype cryomodule: a success story

March 22, 2017

Particularly evident in the pCM testing – the ability of the Technical and Accelerator division personnel to accomplish the task at hand.

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Honors

Martina Martinello wins 2018 IEEE PAST Doctoral Student Award 

November 28, 2017

PAST has awarded Fermilab scientist Martina Martinello the 2018 IEEE PAST Doctoral Student Award.