International Institute for Accelerator Applications
Media stories about the Institute and its members
The latest IoP PAB group newsletter contains an article on the CDT meeting at CERN, written by Jordan Taylor (who organised it) and an article on the EuCARD2 meeting on the impact of parciel accelerators, written by Rob Edgecock (who organised it).
MEIS re-opening featured in the latest IoP PAB group newsletter. And Aimee Hopper wins a poster prize.
Meeting on Applications of Particle Accelerators in Europe, organised by Rob Edgecock, held in London.
Article about MEIS, the symposium, and also MIAMI in Labmate-online
Stephen Donnelly awarded £3.5M to build MIAMI-2 in Huddersfield
Article on the IIAA in the IoP PAB group newssletter
Future muon sources workshop featured on the Huddersfield Unversity website
The new Huddersfield Cafe Scientifique
Investing in Thorium according to Rathbones plc
Bob Cywinski laying the foundations of the ESS - literally as well as metaphorically.
Huddersfield Examiner on our role in the ESS
The IIAA and Thorium in the Huddersfield University Discover Research magazine
Becky Seviour has been giving evidence to the Parliamentary Select Committee on small modular reactors, putting the case for Thorium.
Simon Albright featured on the university news site for his PFNA work on contraband detection.
Roger Barlow has an article in CERN courier looking back to the start of the particle Physics Masterclasses
Roger Barlow gets a mention in Teeside for his talk on thorium in Stockton
Article (in Korean) about Thorium by our student David Lee in Science Times.
Article about the IIAA and Enterprise at Huddersfield in the Times Higher
Article about the analysis of the Mary Rose cannonballs in the Telegraph
Article about Thorium, Huddersfield and Professor Bob Cywinski in The Guardian
Article about EMMA in the Huddersfield Examiner
EMMA at the EU innovation convention, with Rob Edgecock
Announcement of he new MSc course in the IoP PAB group newsletter
Links with Industry
The University of Huddersfield has a strong historical tradition of working with industry to provide solutions to real word problems. As an institute for Accelerator Applications we are very much part of making this happen today. We have links with many companies, a selection fo whom are listed here, and are always eager to work with new ones.