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Engineering, AFRD Paper is 11th Most Downloaded at Elsevier’s ‘Science Direct’

FPGA-Based “Bunch Cleaning” System at the Advanced Light Source, a paper authored by Engineering Division’s, Jonah Weber, Michael Chin, Walter Barry, and AFRD’s Fernando Sannibale, was recognized as the 11th most downloaded article at Elsevier’s “Science Direct” publication. Elsevier is a leading provider of science and health information. The article introduces a new bunch-cleaning system for the ALS storage ring that will be compatible with a future “top-off” user operation mode, allowing for a near constant stream of current.

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