Ion Beam Centre Research Activity

The Ion Beam Centre provides ion beam facilities for the UK and European communities. It also provides commercial services world wide. 

As an academic unit with the University of Surrey it is involved in training the next generation of experts in ion beams and has several PhD students working on ion beam related projects. It also actively explores both the application and development of the ion beam techniques it offers. More information is available from the menu options at the side.

Some examples of existing projects are given in the links below:

Biomedical Applications

Micro-nucleii as a biodosimetric marker for non-clonogenic cells - Adam Cole

Computer Modelling of Ion Solid Interactions

Computer Simulation of keV Cluster Interaction with Molecular Solids - Jaydeep D Mody

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