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  • Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1996-10-09)
  • Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1999-01-20)
  • Carmel, Y.; Antonsen, T. Jr; Levush, B.; Nusinovich, G.; Destler, William; Granatstein, V. (1994-06)
  • Ramaswamy, K.; Destler, William; Segalov, Z.; Rodgers, J. (American Institute of Physics, 1994-05-01)
    Emittance and energy measurements have been performed on a high-brightness electron beam (>1010Nm2 rad2 ) with diameter in the range 1-3 mm and energy in the range 150-170 keY. This electron beam is generated by the ...
  • Destler, William; Cremer, J. (American Institute of Physics, 1983-02)
    Thomson spectrometer measurements of the charge states of collectively accelerated light and heavy ions (H, D, He, N, Ne, Ar) are reported. Within experimental error, all charge states are accelerated to the same peak ...
  • Destler, William; O'Shea, P.; Segalov, Z. (IEEE, 1985-10)
  • Destler, William; Hoeberling, R.; Kim, H.; Bostick, W. (American Institute of Physics, 1979-08-01)
    The collective acceleration of carbon ions to a peak energy in the range 170-200 MeV has been achieved using a 6-MeV 190-kA lOO-ns electron beam pulse generated by the Pulserad 1590 facility at Kirtland Air Force Base. ...
  • Destler, William; Floyd, L.; Reiser, M. (American Physical Society, 1980-01-14)
    Results of experiments on the collective acceleration of H, He, N, Ne, Ar, and Kr ions with an intense relativistic electron beam (1.5 MeV, 30 kA, 30 ns) are reported. Using time-of-flight diagnostics, we found that the ...
  • Cremer, J.; Destler, William (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1983-08)
    Experimental studies of the collective acceleration of laser produced ions have been conducted. An intense relativistic electron beam (1 MeV, 30 kA, 30 ns) is emitted from a 4 mm diameter tungsten cathode and passes ...
  • Cremer, J.T.; Destler, William (IEEE - Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1983-08)
    Experimental studies of the collective acceleration of laser produced ions have been conducted. An intense relativistic electron beam (1 MeV, 30 kA, 30 ns) is emitted from a 4 mm diameter tungsten cathode and passes through ...
  • Destler, William; Floyd, L.; Cremer, J.; Parsons, C.; Reiser, M.; Rudmin, J. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1981-06)
    The collective acceleration of ions (H, D, He, C, N, Ne, Al, Ar, Fe, Cu, Xe) from a well localized plasma immediately downstream of a relativistic electron beam diode is experimentally investigated. The ions are produced ...
  • Destler, William; Hudgins, D.; Misra, P.; Reiser, M.; Rhee, M.; Zorn, G. (1974)
  • Destler, William; O'Shea, P.; Rodgers, J.; Segalov, Z. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1987)
    Initial results from a successful laser-controlled collective ion acceleration experiment at the University of Maryland are presented. In the experiment, positive ions are trapped in the potential well at the head of ...
  • Simone, Albert (2003-09-04)
    Good Morning and welcome to the academic year 2003-2004. This year, approximately 2800 faculty and staff will carry our university forward. New faculty and staff number approximately 100. Will all the new faculty and ...
  • Boyer, C.; Destler, William; Kim, H. (IEEE, 1977-06)
    Acceleration of ions by intense relativistic electron beams in a vacuum has been investigated using the injector of the Maryland ERA project. Proton energies above 16 MeV and proton beam currents above 10 kA have been ...
  • Simone, Albert (2001-05-25)
    Graduates: You soon will be facing the challenge and responsibility of leadership. You will face the challenge and responsibility every day, and increasingly over time. You will face them at home, at work, and in the community.
  • Simone, Albert (2002-05-24)
    This evening 3,600 students distributed over 250 degree programs will graduate. Seventy-five percent of you are undergraduate students and 25% are graduate students. Sixtyfive percent are men and 35% are women. You ...
  • Simone, Albert (2003-05-23)
    This evening I am going to talk about “An Inclusive America”. Over many decades this has been a sensitive subject. Today it is no less so. Over the years, inclusiveness in America has been an important issue. Today it ...
  • Simone, Albert (2004-05-21)
    For the past year, the RIT community – faculty, staff, and students working together – have been developing the Strategic Plan which will carry RIT over the next ten years. Five Task Forces, composed of 340 faculty, staff, ...
  • Simone, Albert (2005-05-20)
    Graduates: I’d like to talk with you about the career success that awaits you. More importantly, I would like to talk to you about the success over a full life that is beckoning.

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