This page provides links to ALICE documentation.
Scientific publications related to ALICE, in refereed journals and conference proceedings, can be found on the
STFC epubs archive.
A selection of highlights from the publications are given below:
-R. Williams et al, Phys. Med. Biol. 58 (2013) 373–391.
-S Machida et al Acceleration in the linear non-scaling fixed-field alternating-gradient accelerator EMMA. Nature Physics 8 (2112)243-247.
-M. Ibison et al, ALICE tomography section: measurements and analysis. JInst 7P04016 (2012).
-N Thompson et al First lasing of the ALICE infra-red Free-Electron Laser. Nucl Instrum Meth A 680 (2012) 117-123.
-R Fenning High-order dispersion suppression for FFAG-based optics. J. Inst 7 (5) P05011 (2012).
- Y. Saveliev, ALICE: Status, Developments and Scientific Programme. International Particle Accelerators Conference 2012, New Orleans.
- N. Thompson et al, FEL Research and Development at STFC Daresbury Laboratory. Proc. 34th International Free Electron Laser Conference (FEL2012), Nara, Japan, 26-31 Aug 2012
- S P Jamison et al, Phase Space Manipulation with Laser-Generated Terahertz Pulses. Proc. 34th International Free Electron Laser Conference (FEL2012), Nara, Japan, 26-31 Aug 2012
- Y. M. Saveliev et al , Effect of DC Photoinjector Gun Voltage on Beam Dynamics in ALICE ERL, International Particle Accelerators Conference 2012, New Orleans.
- F. Jackson et al, Longitudinal Beam Dynamics at the ALICE Accelerator R&D Facility. International Particle Accelerators Conference 2012, New Orleans.
- F. Jackson et al, Electron Beam Dynamics in the ALICE IR-FEL Facility. Free Electron Lasers Conference 2012, Nara, Japan.
-A. Kalinin et al, Application of EMMA BPMs to the ALICE Energy Recovery Linac
-D. Holder. Studies towards a demonstration of relativistic electron beam energy modulation by interaction with Thz radiation in free space, PhD thesis, University of Liverpool 2012
Various photographs of the ALICE accelerator and its components can be found in the
ALICE accelerator web pages.
A series of posters is available on the
ALICE facility (pdf 16 MB) including its applications and relevance to UK science priorities.