2019 North American Particle Accelerator Conference (NAPAC2019)

Click here to view the NAPAC2019 pre-press publication. The pre-press publication includes only the contributions that were fully processed as of Thursday, 5 September. If you have a contribution that was not included in the pre-press publication, it will be fully processed and will be included in the final proceedings. Information will be sent to all conference participants when the final conference proceedings are published.

The North American Particle Accelerator Conference (NAPAC) brings together several hundred experts in all fields of accelerator science and technology.

It is the largest domestic particle accelerator conference and covers the entire spectrum of accelerator science and technology topics. As such, NAPAC is particularly useful for students, postdocs, technicians, and engineers as they can be exposed to the entire field in one conference.

Delegates present invited and contributed papers and posters, receive immediate feedback on their research, and get problem-solving suggestions. Mini-courses on highly-relevant topics are also offered. Everyone leaves with new ideas and possible solutions to their own technical problems. Attendees develop new contacts and strengthen existing collaborations with colleagues throughout the DOE complex and internationally. Many of the most prominent accelerator vendors also present at and help support NAPAC. It is an excellent venue for all conference attendees to bring themselves up to date with the newest developments in accelerator technology.

The conference is co-sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the American Physical Society.

NAPAC2019 will be held in the heart of downtown Lansing, Michigan, USA, at the Lansing Center.

Looking forward to seeing you at NAPAC2019,
Yoshishige Yamazaki, NAPAC2019 Conference Chair
Steve Lidia, NAPAC2019 Local Organizing Chair

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