SLAC is pleased to announce a symposium on Electron Linear Accelerators to be held at the
laboratory on Friday, September 5th, 1997, in honor of Richard B. Neal's 80th birthday.
Richard Neal was associated with Stanford University and SLAC for over 35 years. He was
one of the main physicists in charge of the design and construction of the Mark III 1 GeV
Electron Linear Accelerator at the High Energy Physics Laboratory at Stanford, and then the
Director of the SLAC Technical Division, responsible for the construction and operation of
the SLAC three kilometer-long linear accelerator until 1985, when he retired.
Friday, September 5, 1997
The program of the symposium will take place in the SLAC Auditorium
The Construction of SLAC
and the Role of R.B. Neal
Lessons Learned from the
SLAC Linear Collider
Alternate Approaches to
Future Linear Colliders
|1:30PM||NLC Technical Program||David Burke|
|3:50PM||Electron Linac Therapy||Richard Levy (Varian)|
|4:40PM||Linac-based Free Electron Lasers||Kwang-Je Kim (LBNL)|
After the symposium a dinner will be held at the
California Cafe, on Welch Road, near the Stanford Barn.
The cost of the dinner ($30 per person)
will be collected at the registration desk in the Auditorium.