The 2004 Faraday Cup Award


Presented to


Toshiyuki Mitsuhashi, KEK






Julien Bergoz (on right), Bergoz Instrumentation
presenting the Faraday Cup Award to Toshiyuki Mitsuhashi
with Coles Sibley and Tom Shea of ORNL looking on.




Toshiyuki Mitsuhashi, KEK won the award for the design of a beam profile monitoring system using synchrotron radiation.


"A beam profile monitoring system for synchrotron radiation, designed to evaluate the distribution of a cross section of the electron beam in a high-energy accelerator storage ring in real-time. The Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor is adopted for the measurement of the wavefront error caused by deformation of an extraction beryllium mirror for the visible synchrotron radiation."


References:


http://annex.jsap.or.jp/OSJ/opticalreview/TOC-Lists/vol05/5c196tx.htm


Miyahara, T. and Mitsuhashi, T., "Self-tracking Optical Beam Monitor", Rev. Sci. Instrum. 63(1) 538 (01 Jan 1992)


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