10-14 September 2018
Michigan State University
US/Michigan timezone

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Ion-optics is essential for the understanding, operation, and design of electromagnetic systems like beam lines, spectrometers, and recoil separators.

JINA-CEE and NSCL are hosting an Ion Optics Summer School with special emphasis on separators. The aim is introducing participants to the basics of ion optical design, and use of the COSY software.

During this week-long summer school, lectures will provide an introduction to ion optics and cover the examples of the SECAR and St. George recoil separators. Depending on their chosen application project, students will learn about the details of the ion optics on an instrument of their choice, and the hands-on implementation and analysis in COSY.  

Graduate students, postdocs, and senior scientists interested in research and development related to ion optical devices and their scientific exploitation are encouraged to attend. 

 

Applications to the school are no longer being accepted.

 

Organizers:

Georg Berg, UND

Manoel Couder, UND

Hendrik Schatz, MSU

Michael Wiescher, UND

 


 

Starts Sep 10, 2018 09:00
Ends Sep 14, 2018 12:00
US/Michigan
Michigan State University
National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory Michigan State University 640 S. Shaw Lane East Lansing, MI 48824

This event is supported by the National Science Foundation