2012 News Archive

The next generation of superconducting magnets

HTS magnets could enable magnetic fields with twice the strength of their more conventional niobium-based counterparts. The extraordinarily high fields of which they are capable – 30 to 40 Tesla or more – are crucial for focusing the particle beam for another collider, the proposed muon collider. (June 2012)

DOE Early Career Awards

We are pleased to announce that two members of the Muon Accelerator Program have been selected as recipients of FY12 Early Career Research Program awards from the U.S. Department of Energy. Congratulations to Tengming Shen of Fermilab and Pavel Snopok of the Illinois Institute of Technology for their significant accomplishments. (May 2012)

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