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IIAA
International Institute for Accelerator Applications

IIAA

Welcome to the International Institute for Accelerator Applications

"Our mission is to teach, research, and lead developments in innovative accelerator technology and particle-target interactions, with applications for society in medicine, energy, industry and science"

We bring together research in accelerator science and engineering, with state-of-the-art equipment here on campus and the highest energy machines at sites around the world, including the LHC in Geneva and the ESS in Lund.

The Institute has a collaborative approach to research, working across disciplines on a wide range of projects including FFAGs, proton therapy, and ADSRs. We also run a Doctoral Training Centre for PhD students, with 2-3 funded studentships available each year, and a recently added Master's course. We host seminars with speakers from other labs.

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Physics Blog

The Institute’s first PhD student, Naomi Ratcliffe, has now completed her thesis to the satisfaction of the examiners, and the final version is printed and bound. One copy is now on the shelves of the Institute Library.  The first Huddersfield … Continue reading

Samantha Rowe joined the School of Applied Sciences as a PhD student in October 2014, but over the last two years she has been managing a community archaeology project in Merseyside. The ‘Rainford’s Roots’ project, run by the Merseyside Archaeological … Continue reading

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