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CORNELL LABORATORY FOR ACCELERATOR-BASED SCIENCES AND EDUCATION — CLASSE

2011 REU Projects at LEPP

Student: Ryan Badman
Adviser: Jim Crittenden
Project: ILC Damping-Ring RD with the Cornell Electron Storage Ring Test Accelerator
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Matthew Nichols
Adviser: Luca Cultrera
Project: Preparation and Characterization of Atomically Flat and Clean Pd (100) Surfaces
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Robert Cope
Advisers: Ken Finkelstein, Serena deBeer
Project: Image Analysis for Dispersive X-ray Emission Spectroscopy (XES)
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Lisa Nash
Adviser: Vaclav Kostroun
Project: Radiation Shielding Calculation
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Jennifer Chu
Advisers: David Kreinick, Gerald Dugan
Project Using Tune Shifts to Evaluate Electron Cloud Effects on Beam Dynamics at CESR-TA
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Morgan Dixon
Project: Activation Studies of GaAs Photocathode
Advisors: Xianghong Liu, Yulin Li, Ivan Bazarov
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Christie Chiu
Adviser: Christopher Mayes, Georg Hoffstaetter
Project Dark Current Simulations for the Cornell ERL
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Kevin Kelly
Adviser: Peter Revesz
Project: Position Detection Accuracy of X-ray Video Beam Position Measurement
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Shannon Hughes
Adviser: Valery Shemelin
Project: Reentrant Multicell Cavity with Improved HOM Properties
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Kasandara Sullivan
Adviser: A.J. Sievers
Project: Study of the Cross Correlation of Coherent THz_and Incoherent Visible Radiation for Electron Bunch Diagnostics
Final Presentation | Student Paper

Student: Stephanie Milazzo
Adviser: Detlef Smilgies
Project: Deposition of Molecular Thin Films Relevant for Organic Electronics
Final Presentation | Student Paper

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