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The Purpose of the LAACG

LAACG Members

Contact

ICAP 2002 Publication

About the LAACG

The Purpose of the LAACG

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The purpose of the Los Alamos Accelerator Code Group (LAACG) is to be a resource for members of the accelerator community who use and/or develop software for the design and analysis of particle accelerators, beam transport systems, light sources, storage rings, and components of these systems. The LAACG's activities consist of the following:

  1. development of state-of-the-art software for use by members of the accelerator community;

  2. maintenance and enhancement of certain software packages, including the Poisson Superfish codes, Parmila, Trace, Trace3d, and (hopefully in the near future) Parmela and Parmteq;

  3. user consultation and training;

  4. distribution of (and providing access to) software and documentation, and

  5. gathering and dissemination of information that is of interest to members of the computational accelerator physics community.

LAACG Members

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We are presently in a period of transition with a smaller team. Expect announcement of additional memebers to the code group in the coming months.
The present members of the LAACG are listed below:

  • Dr. Frank Krawczyk -
    Website maintenance, code compendium, consulting, code distribution

Contact

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For any questions, comments, or suggestions regarding the codes we distribute, their use, or our policies, please feel free to contact us at:

Phone: 505-667-1958
Email: fkrawczyk@lanl.gov


ICAP 2002 Publication

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More information on the activities and future plans of the LAACG can be found in a recent publication at the ICAP conference at MSU:

LAACG Publication at ICAP 2002 (PDF)


* This work is supported by the U. S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Division of High Energy Physics.

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