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Cameron Geddes

Cameron Geddes


Director of the Accelerator Physics and Applied Technology Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)

Cameron G.R. Geddes is the Director of the Accelerator Technology and Applied Physics Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He leads the division in inventing, developing, and deploying particle accelerators and photon sources to extend the frontiers of science, as well as systems for fusion and related areas of applied physics. His research focuses on study of laser driven plasma waves to create next-generation compact particle accelerators for high energy physics and and photon sources, advanced laser technologies, and high energy density science. Related research spans nuclear nonproliferation, large-scale simulations, magnetic and inertial fusion, and high energy density science.

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News, Events & Publications

Jan 27, 2022    Publications

A new platform for ultra‑high dose rate radiobiological research using the BELLA PW laser proton beamline

J. Bin, L. Obst-Huebl, J.-H. Mao, K. Nakamura, L. D. Geulig, H. Chang, Q. Ji, L. He, J. De Chant, Z. Kober, A. J....

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Oct 27, 2020    News

LaserNetUS High-Power Laser Consortium, Including Berkeley Lab, Receives $18M From the U.S. DOE

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $18 million to fund operations and user...

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