The Accelerator Research Group (ARG) conducts research in a variety of areas. Please visit the pages below to learn more.
This research focuses on novel neutron sources and interactions for security screening and medical isotope applications.
Huddersfield hosts the UK’s only International Institute for Accelerator Applications in which the research on new accelerator technology focuses upon societal demands.
The overarching theme of this research is the physics and development of slow-wave electromagnetic structures, with a specific focus on Effective Electromagnetic Materials (EEMs)
The University of Huddersfield lead the UK in the development of thorium power through their research on the behaviour of thorium in reactors.
The Huddersfield target group has expanded into the area of target simulations.
Information about the research (and other) grants awarded to the ARG
Notional equivalent values of beamtime awarded by international peer review panel