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custom accelerator components

Euclid’s Dr. Roman Kostin introduces the group to some custom accelerator designs.

As part of an ongoing educational outreach program, Euclid Techlabs hosted a group of physics, engineering, and computer science undergraduate and graduate students from Illinois Institute of Technology.  

The students listened to an in-depth presentation about the day in the life of a particle accelerator researcher outside of academia. Visiting and touring Euclid’s suburban Chicago laboratories and manufacturing, the lively Q&A discussions continued throughout the visit.

The tour was made possible by the Illinois Tech office of Career Services. 

accelerator teaching

Drs. Ben Freemire (left) and Roman Kostin (right) discuss the work of professional accelerator physicists and engineers with the students.