Statements and Reports
- Final report of the HEPAP subpanel on Advanced Accelerator R&D; Input to the HEPAP Subpanel on Advanced Accelerator Research and Development
- APS Multidivsional Neutrino
- High Energy Physics Facilities on the DOE Office of Science Twenty-Year Roadmap Report.
- Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (P5)
- 2001 Snowmass Accelerator R&D Report
- 2002 DOE/NSF HEPAP Subpanel Report on Long range Planning for U.S. High-Energy Physics
- DPF Statement on 2002 DOE/NSF HEPAP Subpanel Report
- DPB Statement on 2002 DOE/NSF HEPAP Subpanel Report
- WW Study Group Linear Collider Report
DPB Physics of Beam BrochureThe DPB Physics of Beam Brochure provides a concise overview of the kinds of research performed by the members of the Division.
- Lectures from the special PAC05 teachers' day session are now online: Fermilab's Accelerators, William Foster; The Spallation Neutron Source, Norbert Holtkamp
- Accelerator physics texts on the Web:Principles of Charged Particle Acceleration, and Charged Particle Beams, electronic textbooks by Stanley Humphries (University of New Mexico) are available online at no charge.
- The US Particle Accelerator School is an important source of graduate and undergraduate programs in beam physics and technology. The School provides a comprehensive set of courses which are not usually part of the university curriculum.Classes are held for a two-week period in January and June. The course location varies from term to term.In conjunction with the USPAS, Indiana University offers a Master of Science degree in beam physics and technology.
- A comprehensive listing of research programs in accelerator science
- Michigan State University offers a Web-based course on beam physics.
- CERN also offers an Accelerator School
- A compendium of online beam science resources can be found in the World-Wide Web Virtual Library of Beam Physics and Accelerator Technology.
- Most of the national laboratories offer student and faculty programs in areas related to beam physics. These links will take you to descriptions of the educational programs at the various laboratories.
- Physical Review Accelerators and Beams
- ICFA Beam Dynamics Newsletter CERN KEK Mirror
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library of Beam Physics & Accelerator Technology
- World of Beams is an interesting educational site sponsored by the LBNL Center for Beam Physics.
- The DOE/Division of High Energy Physics has a page devoted to US contributions to the Large Hadron Collider
- Recent HEPAP Subpanel Reports
- The Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee home page, including information on publications
- ICFA Panel on Advanced and Novel Accelerators
- Accelerator conference proceedings online (Includes recent PAC, EPAC, LINAC and ICALEPCS)