Author: Cousineau, S.M.
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Accelerator R&D as a Driver for Science  
  • S.M. Cousineau
    ORNL, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
  Since it’s emergence in the first half of the twentieth century, the field of accelerator science has supported an active and expanding R&D program leading to many advances in accelerator capability. This has resulted in extraordinary scientific discoveries in nuclear physics, particle physics, materials science, and related fields. Through a series of case examples, this talk will highlight the relationship between scientific accomplishment and the enabling transformative accelerator R&D, both historically and in recent years. It will provide a perspective on common trends and timescales for accelerator R&D, and will discuss accelerator R&D as a driver for both planned and unplanned scientific discovery.  
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