Illinois Accelerator Research Center

@article{Kroc2017IllinoisAR,
  title={Illinois Accelerator Research Center},
  author={Thomas Kroc and Charlie Cooper},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2017}
}
3 Citations
Advanced Technologies for Applied Particle Accelerators and Examples of Their Use (Review)
TLDR
The most promising, in the author’s opinion, areas of application of resonance accelerators are shown, in which substantial progress has been made by using new technologies.
Study of Helium Swelling and Embrittlement Mechanisms in SiC Ceramics
This work is devoted to the study of the radiation damage kinetics and subsequent embrittlement of the near-surface layer of SiC ceramics subjected to irradiation with low-energy He2+ ions. Interest
Low-temperature thermodynamics with quantum coherence
TLDR
Cooling maps, though a less-conservative generalization to thermal operations, are more tractable than Gibbs-preserving operations, suggesting that cooling map-like models at general temperatures could be of use in gaining insight about thermal operations.

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