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From Jefferson Lab News: ILC Electron Source Gets Help from JLab

23 October 2008 With the activation of the LHC, or Large Hadron Collider, some particle physicists are now looking forward to the next big machine. For many, that's the International Linear Collider. The ILC aims to break new ground in particle physics by slamming a beam of electrons into a beam of the electron's alter ego: the positron. Category: Feature | Tagged: , ,

Electron Source

| 20 October 2005 As I have discussed the past couple of weeks, the baseline ILC design will be guided and flow from a set of overall requirements. These requirements began from the science goals or requirements that were then translated into technical requirements for an accelerator. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: