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JUAS 2019 students design a synchrotron light source
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JUAS 2019 students design a synchrotron light source

JUAS 2019 students visit ESRF
JUAS 2019 students visit ESRF

The students of the JUAS 2019 course on “The physics of particle accelerators” travelled to Grenoble on 21 January to visit the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)...

JUAS 2019 students visit CERN
JUAS at CERN 2019

On 11 January, the students of the JUAS 2019 course on “The physics of particle accelerators” were at CERN...

JUAS 2019 starts !
JUAS 2019 starts!

Twenty-seven students from fifteen different countries attended the opening session of JUAS 2019 at the European Scientific Institute

European Particle Physics Strategy Update 2018-2020
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ESIPAP and JUAS contribute to the European Particle Physics Strategy Update 2018-2020

JUAS director is science sponsor of local high-school
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JUAS director is science sponsor of local high-school

JUAS at the Future Circular Collider week 2018 in Amsterdam
Circular Collider week 2018

The fourth annual workshop of the Future Circular Colliders (FCC) study, initiated in 2014 by CERN and conducted in international collaboration, took place at the grandiose Beurs van Berlage in the centre of Amsterdam from 8 to 13 April 2018.

JUAS trains engineers from SESAME for the International Atomic Energy Agency
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Two electrical engineers from SESAME (Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East), the international science centre outside Amman, Jordan, just completed the second course of JUAS...

JUAS students at the controls of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)
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Following a visit of the Joint Universities Accelerator School (JUAS) at the European Radiation Synchrotron Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble on 15 January 2018, eight students from JUAS had the opportunity to...

Elias Métral, JUAS deputy director, reports on another exciting year at the LHC
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2017 was a tough, but very interesting year at the LHC with many transverse instabilities observed due to the...