Particle accelerators reimagined

With Suzie Sheehy

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Accelerating progress

Particle accelerators aren't just for studying particle physics. Suzie Sheehy explains how accelerators actually work, highlights her research controlling high power proton beams and imagines what they may be capable of in the future.

Suzie Sheehy is an Accelerator Physicist at the University of Oxford. Her research interests lie in the areas of particle physics, accelerator physics and their applications including medical and energy applications.

She is also heavily involved in science outreach and often appears in the media to explain the work of particle physicists and how accelerators work.

This event was supported by the Science and Technology Facilities Council.

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Space & Time, Technology

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Type:
Talk
Location:
London, UK
Filmed in:
The Theatre
Published:
2016
Filmed:
2016
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