Yaroslav S. Derbenev
- Center for Advanced Studies of Accelerators
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
12000 Jefferson Avenue, Newport News, VA 23606
- 757-269-5051 (phone)
- M.S., Moscow State University, 1963
- Soviet Candidate Degree, Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, 1968
- Soviet Doctoral Degree, Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, 1978
Doctoral Thesis "Theory of Electron Cooling"
- Staff Secientist, JLab, 2001
- Visiting Research Scientist and Adjunct Professor, Physics Dept.,
University of Michigan, 1990 - 2001
- Chief Scientist, Accelerator Physics and Laser Technology Group,
Institute of Complete Electric Drive, Novosibirsk, Russia, 1986-1990
- Chief Scientist, Institute of Physics, Atomic Energy Committee,
Yerevan, USSR, 1985-1986
- Chief Scientist, Accelerator Theory Group, Institute of Nuclear Physics,
Novosibirsk, Russia, 1979-1985
- Chief Scientist, Institute of Nuclear Physics,
Novosibirsk, Russia, 1969-1978
- Junior Scientist, Theoretical laboratory of the Institute of
Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk,Russia, 1963-1968
- Fellow, American Physical Society, 1992
- Beam optics
- Circular betatron modes and plane-vortex beam transformations
using Beam Adapters (invented in 1993-1997, ref. ).
Application areas: colliding beams, electron cooling, linear
colliders, hard radiation sources, bunch compressors, transport
of intense beams, applied use. (ref. ).
- Transport of canonical angular momentum dominated (CAM) beams
with discontinuous solenoid (invented in 1996-1998 in collaboration
with S.Nagaitsev, A Shemyakin, and A.Burov, ref. ).
- Advanced concepts for electron circulator and storage rings (ref. ).
Applications: electron injectors with magnetized gun, electron
cooling (ref. ), ionization cooling of muon beams (ref. ),
transport of intense beams.
- Non-linear beam dynamics
- The non-linear resonances of beam-beam interaction in colliders (ref. )..
- Flat to round colliding beams (proposed in 2000, ref. )
- Compensation for beam longitudinal slippage divergence:
- RF quadrupole method (ref. ), application: X-ray FEL (ref. )
- achromatic optics method (ref. ), application: RF-capture for muon beams (ref. )
- Compensation for nonlinear aberrations and space charge effect on
emittance at transport of CAM beams (proposed in 1999, ref. )
- Annular beams in phase space and in ordinary space. Annular CAM
(ACAM) beams. Concentration of annular beams and reverse transitions
(invented in 1993-1998). Applications: electron injectors of intense
high brightness beams; transport of intense beams, Stern-Gerlach
polarization of antiproton beams in storage ring (ref. ).
- Collective beam dynamics
- Instabilities of bunched beams in storage rings (ref. )
- Instability of compensated colliding beams (ref. )
- Linear electron beam as a microwave amplifier (ref. )
- Beam cooling
- Theory of electron cooling (ref. )
- High energy electron cooling (ref. )
- Theory of stochastic cooling (ref. )
- Microwave electron-stochastic cooling (proposed in 1980, ref. …)
- Electron cooling of positron beams in solenoid field (proposed in 1983, ref. )
- 3-dimensional ionization cooling of muon beam in a helical transport (ref. ).
- Polarized beams in accelerators and storage rings
- Spin dynamics of circulating beams at an arbitrary closed orbit (ref. )
- “Siberian Snakes” and spin rotators for polarization maintenance and manipulation at acceleration and experiments (invented in collaboration with A.Kondratenko, 1974-1977, ref. )
- Cancellation of quadrupole effect on spin in high energy accelerators (“spin quads”, invented in 1990 in collaboration with A.Chao, ref. )
- Theory of radiative polarization for electrons and positrons in storage rings (ref. ).
- Electron and positron polarization in storage rings using laser beams (proposed in 1978, ref. )
- RF polarimetry for circulating beams using a superconducting cavity (proposed in1993, ref. )
- Stern-Gerlach polarization of antiproton beams in storage rings (since 1990, ref. )
- Acceleration of charged particle beams
- A novel two beam accelerator (invented in collaboration with R.Gilgenbach
and Y.Y.Lau, 1994 patent, ref. ).
- Microwave radiation of relativistic electron beams
- Theory and proposal of undulator-based X-ray FEL using the self-amplified spontaneous emission (SASE) mechanism (with A.Kondratenko and E.Saldin, ref. )
- Coherent synchrotron radiation (CSR) of electron beams in compressors ( ref. )
- Hard radiation and X-ray FEL in grating wake field (proposed in 2001, ref. , patent claim 2001 with J.Boyce).
Selected Recent Publications
- Circular Modes, Beam Adapters and their Applications in Beam Optics /ref. /
- Prospects of High Energy Electron Cooling / ref. /
- A Low Emittance, Flat Beam Electron Source for Linear Colliders /ref. /
- Optical Principles of Beam Transport for Relativistic Electron Cooling /ref. /
- Advanced Optical Concepts for Electron Cooling /ref. /
- RF Driven Stable Spin-Flipping Motion of a Stored Polarized Beam /ref. /
- Superconducting RF Polarimetry with RF Siberian Snakes /ref. /
- Bending Siberian Snakes for Suppression of Quantum Depolarization /ref. /
- Microbunch Radiative Tail-Head Interaction /ref. /
- Transverse Effects of Microbunch Radiative Interaction /ref. /
- A Proposal of a Novel Two Beam Accelerator /ref. /
(and complete list of papers)
Seminars and Conference Presentations
- On Possibilities of Reactive RF Control /oral presentation at Low Level
RF Control workshop, TJNAF, Apr. 25-27, 2001
- Polarized Deuterons in Colliders
Invited talk at Snowmass 2001 APS workshop, July 2001, Snowmass, Colorado
- Flat to Round Colliding Beams, Oral presentation, ibid.
- Slippage Compensation Methods for Electron Beams.
Accelerator Physics seminar, TJNAF, Febr. 09, 2001
- Space Charge, Emittance, and Hollow Beams.
Acc. Physics seminar, TJNAF, March 23, 2001
(and complete list of presentations)
- Member of American Physical Society
- Member of the New York Academy of Sciences
- Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
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