1968 Summer Study

Proceedings of the 1968 Summer Study on Superconducting Devices and Accelerators

Brookhaven National Laboratory

June 10 – July 19, 1968

1968 summer study on superconducting devices and accelerators at Brookhaven National Laboratory is considered as one of the most important and defining meeting that led to the application of superconductivity in modern particle accelerators and storage rings. One must admire that bold vision, and years of persistent and hard work of number of scientists, engineers and technicians which turned that vision in to reality. Moreover, the research work presented then, serves as a good reference material even today. Given its historical and scientific importance, the entire proceedings of this six week study is made available now on the web for easy and wide access. 

Author Index

Subject (Weekly) Index

Table of Contents

Memorable Photographs

Other Information Pages

Cover Page As it Appeared in the Original Proceedings.

All files combined in one (not necessarily in proper order) – ***68 MB***