Supercollider 3

  • John Nonte

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Computation and Data Bases

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. P. Baggett, N. Delagi, R. Leedy, W. Marshall, S. L. Robinson, J. C. Tompkins
      Pages 3-9
    3. M. P. Krefta, J. H. Parker Jr., D. Pavlik, M. Ashkin
      Pages 25-36
  3. Magnets I

  4. Materials

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 89-89
    2. Hidehiko Sumitomo, Jun Nakatuka, Tatuya Sunami, Masanori Tuji, Tadahisa Matumoto, Kenji Toshima
      Pages 117-125
    3. R. L. Tobler, L. M. Ma, R. P. Reed
      Pages 139-146
    4. M. L. Rehak, J. R. Turner
      Pages 147-153
    5. F. Markley, O. Corpus, B. Herdt, A. Lautenschlager, D. Rogers, L. Stadtler
      Pages 155-163
    6. F. Markley, J. Kerby, B. Sizemore, C. Khoun, T. King
      Pages 165-173
  5. Poster Session

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 191-191
    2. D. Clark, K. Costin, D. Hutton, R. McConeghy, A. Scheidemantle, R. Smellie
      Pages 203-215
    3. Alessandro Bonito Oliva, Oriano Dormicchi, Giovanni Masullo, Roberto Penco, Pierluigi Valente
      Pages 225-231
    4. W. Pope, Y. Unno, R. Watt, R. Weidenbach, M. Fong, G. Abrams et al.
      Pages 233-244
    5. T. Heger, D. Arnold, T. Nicol
      Pages 271-282
    6. A. Lipski, T. H. Nicol, R. Richardson
      Pages 301-312
    7. P. Wanderer, M. Anerella, G. Cottingham, G. Ganetis, M. Garber, A. Ghosh et al.
      Pages 325-333
    8. Michael Winters, Nick Hassan, Michael Gordon, Spence Stockbridge
      Pages 335-340
    9. E. Gregory, G. M. Ozeryansky, B. A. Zeitlin
      Pages 355-364
    10. Clarence H. Peger
      Pages 375-377
    11. D. Frost, J. Fernandez, G. Swenson, R. Randall, J. Wong
      Pages 379-388
    12. Robert B. Meuser
      Pages 413-417
  6. Conventional Construction Program

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 419-419
    2. P. H. Gilbert
      Pages 421-425
    3. James A. Broaddus
      Pages 427-434
  7. Detectors I

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 435-435

About this book


The third annual International Industrialization Symposium on the SuperCollider, IISSC-held March 13-15, 1991, in Atlanta, Ga.-was an enormous success. The number of attendees, exhibitors, and representatives from foreign countries surpassed the totals of previous years. There were 740 attendees, representing more than 2 dozen universities and colleges, 32 states, 9 national labs, 6 research centers, several government entities at the local, state, and federal level, 182 businesses & industry and 14 countries. More than 100 exhibits, sponsored by 85 organizations, added to the excitement. "Getting Down to Business" was the theme of this year's Symposium. The fact that the Superconducting SuperCollider (SSC) is indeed underway was the message delivered by the Symposium's keynote speaker, Dr. Roy Schwitters, and expanded upon by the opening plenary speakers. The project is moving from the planning stage to actual construction, to development and procurement of equipment, and to resolution of the technical issues involved in advancing the state-of-the-art in areas such as theory, controls, systems, metallurgy, quality control, management, cryogenics, power systems, detectors, interagency cooperation and funding. Plenary speakers included: Paul Gilbert, Chairman of Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc.


Cross section cryogenics crystal development magnetic material mechanical property metallurgy quality quality control radiation

Editors and affiliations

  • John Nonte
    • 1
  1. 1.Superconducting Super Collider LaboratoryDallasUSA

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