Supercollider 5

  • Phyllis Hale

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxviii
  2. Partners Meeting Milestones SSC Status

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Joseph Cipriano
      Pages 3-6
  3. Parallel Technical Sessions I

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 7-7
    2. Cryogenics I

    3. Magnets I

      1. R. W. Baldi, L. R. Patterson, G. Salvador
        Pages 23-26
    4. Conventional Construction I

      1. James E. Monsees
        Pages 27-30
      2. Robert H. Janowski Jr., Jack H. Clifton
        Pages 31-33
    5. Data Analysis and Computing I

    6. Installation I

  4. Parallel Technical Sessions II

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 41-41
    2. Detectors II

      1. F. M. Newcomer, S. Tedja, R. Van Berg, J. Van der Spiegel, H. H. Williams
        Pages 43-46
      2. E. J. Gerds, J. Van der Spiegel, H. H. Williams, R. Van Berg
        Pages 47-50
      3. M. S. Emery, G. T. Alley, R. M. Leitch, R. A. Maples, W. Holmes
        Pages 51-54
      4. Max Buttinger, John Davies, Peter Duthie, Nick Green, David Hall, Andrew Moseley
        Pages 55-58
      5. A. Hölscher, K. Ragan, P. Sinervo, G. Stairs, K. Strahl
        Pages 59-62
    3. String Test

    4. Cryogenics II

      1. A. LaBarge, R. Althaus, R. Bird, J. Baron, J. Chagnon, M. Deak et al.
        Pages 87-90
      2. B. Chromec, W. K. Erdt, D. Güsewell, K. Löhlein, A. Meier, A.-E. Senn et al.
        Pages 95-100
    5. Magnets II—Design and Performance

      1. G. Ducos, J. Giacometti, P. Giovannoni, D. Leboeuf, F. Le Coz, C. Lyraud et al.
        Pages 105-108
      2. A. F. Lietzke, P. Barale, R. Benjegerdes, S. Caspi, J. Cortella, D. Dell’Orco et al.
        Pages 109-112
      3. N. Hassan, D. Albone, C. Arden, D. Bailey, D. Bein, D. Block et al.
        Pages 113-116
    6. Data Analysis and Computing II

      1. DeLynden Lersch
        Pages 117-121
      2. Martin W. Butalla, Brett Parker, Dale Orth, Amanda Elioff
        Pages 127-130
      3. Steven L. Mestad
        Pages 131-134
      4. Laird R. Cormell, Randle C. White
        Pages 141-145
    7. Superconductors I

      1. M. J. Erdmann, D. W. Capone II, E. S. Coleman, B. A. Jones, J. M. Seuntjens
        Pages 147-150
      2. J. M. Seuntjens, F. Y. Clark, M. J. Erdmann, E. S. Coleman, B. A. Jones
        Pages 151-154
      3. E. S. Coleman, D. W. Capone II, M. J. Erdmann, B. A. Jones, J. M. Seuntjens
        Pages 155-158
      4. V. T. Kovachev, D. W. Capone II, E. S. Coleman, B. A. Jones, J. T. Madison, J. Qin et al.
        Pages 159-162
  5. Technical Poster Session I

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 167-167
    2. Y. Chen, R. Jayakumar, K. Yu
      Pages 181-184
    3. J. F. Roach, S. K. Singh, O. R. Christianson, D. J. Hall, A. G. McConnon
      Pages 189-192
    4. Daniel J. Kinzie, Scott D. Peck
      Pages 193-196

About this book


The fifth annual International Symposium on the Super Collider was a great success. Over 700 participants from around the country and the world gathered on May 6-8,1993, in San Francisco to mark the progress of the SSC, to discuss current issues, and to chart a course of action for the continued development of our understanding of basic subatomic matter. Together, the American public, academic communities, private sectors and governments from around the world have embarked on a project critical to maintaining our nation's preeminence as the world's leader in basic scientific research and the practical application of scientific knowledge. America has long maintained a commitment to investing in our nation's future. The Super Collider represents an essential next step in the direction of scope of human knowledge. The theme of the conference reflects these important goals: "SSC­ Focusing the World on Next Generation Science. " The challenge for us today is to spread the message of the importance of investing in America's future. This is our task, and the task of supporters of the Super Colliderthroughout the nation. Without employing all of our energies, our nation will miss an historic opportunity to ensure America's scientific technological and economic leadership in the years ahead as we enter the next millennium.


Superconductor cryogenics development

Editors and affiliations

  • Phyllis Hale
    • 1
  1. 1.Superconducting Supercollider LaboratoryDallasUSA

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