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Title High Intensity Studies with Paul Trap
Abstract To date our understanding of fundamental intensity limitations and studies of instabilities and resonances has been based on time-consuming accelerator-based experiments or on simulations, limited by computational power and noise artifacts that can obscure real beam physics effects. As beam intensities increase and new concepts emerge for high intensity machines, accelerator physicists require new methods, tools and modeling techniques to understand the complex dynamics of the intense beams involved. In this talk I will introduce a scaled experimental system known as a Paul ion trap, and discuss how this multi-disciplinary technique is being used to address some of the most challenging questions in the field of intense particle beam dynamics.
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In 61st ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workishop on High-Intensity and High-Brightness Hadron Beams (HB2018), Daejeon, Korea, 18-22 Jun 2018, (2018). 2018