Since the invention of the cyclotron – the first circular particle accelerator – magnetic fields have been needed to bend and focus the beams of charged particles, with ever more exotic magnets needed. The talk will
commence with an overview of the conventional ring magnets used in such accelerators and then take a look at some of the more non-standard designs which are being specified for the possible accelerators of the future.
Building 207 on University Plan
Talk starts at 6:30pm with tea and coffee available from 6pm.