The series "Particle Acceleration and Detection" is devoted to monograph texts dealing with all aspects of particle acceleration and detection research and advanced teaching. The scope also includes topics such as beam physics and instrumentation as well as applications. Presentations should strongly emphasise the underlying physical and engineering sciences. Of particular interest are
- contributions which relate fundamental research to new applications beyond the immeadiate realm of the original field of research
- contributions which connect fundamental research in the aforementionned fields to fundamental research in related physical or engineering sciences
- concise accounts of newly emerging important topics that are embedded in a broader framework in order to provide quick but readable access of very new material to a larger audience
The books forming this collection will be of importance for graduate students and active researchers alike.
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