Research in UK accelerator institutes, John Adams and Cockcroft, are in large extent based on graduate training, centered around active engagement in forefront projects and work on accelerator facilities.
In March of 2016 Suzie Sheehy (JAI) once again took to the main stage at the Big Bang Fair at the NEC in Birmingham, co-presenting the headline show alongside TV presenter and food writer Stefan Gates and mathematician Dr. Hannah Fry (UCL).
The 2015 have been a year of many new projects for JAI team. Early this month the JAI team has gathered for a JAI Fest – a one-day meeting where we have reviewed our progress.
The 2014 was a great and important year for the John Adams Institute - the year marked by our 10-th anniversary.
Accelerator science has demonstrated a rich history of inventions, often inspired by Nature itself. The history of accelerator science, expressed in the form of the so-called Livingston plot which shows energy reached versus time, describes this history via a sequence of ascending steps corresponding to the birth and saturation of particular technologies of acceleration, followed by the birth of even newer technologies.