Strong delegation of CI experts at IPAC’22 in the “Land of Smile”

The 13th International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC’22) was held in Bangkok, Thailand on 12-17 June 2022 at IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre, hosted by the Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI). It was the first in-person IPAC after two years of interruption due to COVID-19 and attracted over 800 participants from academia, institutes, and industry from around the world. The opening ceremony was held in the Grand Diamond Ballroom presided over by H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn featuring Special Plenary Talks from Fermilab USA, and SLRI Thailand.

Opening remarks by H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. (Image credit: IPAC’22)

A strong delegation of the Cockcroft Institute attended the event and contributed to the scientific program.  Dr Alex Bainbridge, Magnet Physicist & ASTeC Outreach Lead, delivered a talk on “Construction and Measurement of a Tuneable Permanent Magnet Quadrupole for Diamond Light Source” and CI researchers showcased over 30 posters at dedicated poster sessions, a focal point of the conference.

Dr Alex Bainbridge (STFC) presenting a talk at IPAC’22.

IPAC is the main international event for the worldwide accelerator community and industry. Attendees are presented with cutting-edge accelerator research and development results and gain the latest insights into accelerator facilities across the globe.

Adam Steinberg, PhD student at the University of Manchester, presented a poster on “Tune Control in Fixed Field Accelerators.

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