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   Charged Particl Optics: Theory and Simulation
   Copyright 2010
   This project has been funded with support
   from the European Commission
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Sponsors

We greatfully acknowledge support from the following sponsors:


Scientific Instrument Services, Inc.
Charged particle optics simulation software


RoentDek Handels GmbH
Development of time and position sensitive detectors for particle imaging


BrookHaven National Laboratories
Collider-Accelerator Department


Department of Physics
University of Crete - Heraklion

We also greatfully acknowledge permission from the authors of the following books which will be used in CPOTS:

  • Principles of charged particle acceleration (available from the web)
    Stanley Humphries Originally published by John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1986 (ISBN 0-471-87878-2, QC787.P3H86)
  • Charged particle beams (available from the web)
    Stanley Humphries Originally published by John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1990 (ISBN 0-471-60014-8, QC786.H86)

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