Prizes, visits and closing of IPAC'23

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(Courtesy of IPAC'23 Mazzola & Padovani)
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The European Physical Society Accelerator Group (EPS-AG) offered four awards on the occasion of IPAC’23: the Bruno Touschek Prize to Matthew Signorelli (Cornell University, CLASSE), Rolf Wideröe Prize to Katsunobu Oide (CERN), the Gersh Budker Prize to Mikhail Krasilnikov (Desy at Zeuthen) and the Frank Sacherer Prize to Xingchen Xu (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory).
The winners have been selected on the basis of their outstanding work and significant contribution to accelerator science and technology, and their commitment to its peaceful use and collaboration. The prizes were awarded during the Accelerator Prizes session during which also two students, Ezgi Sunar (Goethe Universitat Frankfurt) and Jonathan Christie (Universtity of Liverpool), whose work, presented in the special session for students, judged as particularly meritorious, received the Best Student Poster Award.
The entertainment session by Franco Zanini (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste) as well as the session on Physics of Star Wars by Carsten Welsh (University of Liverpool) were also followed with interest and aroused much curiosity in the audience.
During the closing ceremony, the last remarks by the Organizing Committee and the Scientific Programme Committee Chairs, who also proudly confirmed the IPAC’23 numbers: 1660 registered participants, 37 countries, 121 industrial partners. The presentation of the next edition of IPAC that will be held in next year in Nashville, Tennessee, USA followed.
At the end of this last session, a visit was organized at the INFN-LNL and Elettra laboratory for the participants. At Elettra the participants divided into groups were welcomed at different locations and guided by FERMI and Elettra researchers they had the chance to visit the experimental halls, lingering on some beamlines for some insights into applications and to deepen some technical and practical aspects of the facility.

All pictures and full program ipac23.org.
Watch the final video below!






 

Last Updated on Friday, 02 February 2024 14:07