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  • Jefferson Lab
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Newport News, VA
  • We support the operation, improvement, and upgrade of the Jefferson Lab superconducting rf recirculating linac, CEBAF. We support the development of SRF-based drivers for free electron lasers for possible industrial applications. We support development, assembly, and testing of SRF-based accelerating systems for the Spallation Neutron Source. We explore techniques for producing improved-performance SRF systems. Web links