Resources for Students
CBB Wikipedia Entries
What is an Ontology?
As a philosophical discipline, ontology is the branch of metaphysics that deals with “the nature and relations of being.” Notably, one of the questions in the study of ontology is whether certain things exist and how to possibly sort them.
For our concerns, it suffices to say that an ontology is a machine-readable vocabulary that formalizes the concepts in a particular discipline and the relationships between said concepts. Specifically, ontologies are vocabularies for the Semantic Web as standardized by the World Wide Web Consortium. The goal of the standard is to allow compatibility between databases.
Hands-on Accelerator Training
Students and postdocs in the Center for Bright Beams have the opportunity to gain hands-on accelerator training.
|CESR||The Cornell Electron Storage Ring is an electron-positron collider used in exploring the latest accelerator physics technologies and concerns. Learn more here.||Cornell|
The High Repetition-rate Electron Scattering apparatus functions like an ultrafast electron camera, producing highly focused electron bunches, each containing up to 1 million electrons. Learn more here.
|LBNL (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)|
|PEGASUS||The Photoelectron Generated Amplified Spontaneous Radiation Source is an accelerator beamline for research in ultrafast beams, advanced beam manipulation and diagnostics techniques. Learn more here.||UCLA|
|MEDUSA||The Micro-Electron Diffraction for Ultrafast Structural Analysis is instrumental in new physics research. Learn more about its applications in research here.||Cornell|
|CBETA||Constructed with Brookhaven National Lab, this Energy Recovery Linac (ERL) is a test accelerator built with permanent magnets as well as electro magnets. Learn more here.||Cornell|
|LEReC||The Low Energy RHIC electron Cooling will be the first RF linac-based electron cooler. It will provide luminosity improvement for RHIC
operation at low energies to search for the QCD critical point. Learn more here.
|SAMURAI||SAMURAI is a new radiation bunker and laser infrastructure for advanced accelerator research. Learn more here.||UCLA|