Tobias Junginger

Tobias Junginger
Assistant Professor
Physics and Astronomy
Office: Elliott 216

Doctorate (University of Heidelberg)

Area of expertise

Accelerator physics, radio frequency superconductivity, applications of particle accelerators, radio frequency linear accelerators

Research overview

I am interested in accelerator physics in general and particularly in superconducting radiofrequency cavities. I hold a joint appointment with TRIUMF, Canada's particle accelerator centre. Most of the graduate projects I offer are based at TRIUMF and in collaboration with TRIUMF accelerator division members from the UVic adjunct faculty. Projects are within but not limited to these areas:

  • Superconducting Radiofrequency Cavities
    • Material studies using betaNMR, muon spin rotation and electron microscopy techniques
    • Performance optimization of cavities for heavy ion-accelerators
  • Target and Ion Sources
  • Intense Beams

Optimization of superconducting cavities is a research area closely related to material science. Therefore, I am also a member of the Centre for Advanced Materials and Related Technology (CAMTEC).

Current graduate students

  • Asaduzzaman Md (PhD)
  • Daniel Turner (PhD, Lancaster University, UK)
  • Ruth Gregory (MSc)
  • Mina Abbaslou (PhD)
  • Ferran Boix-Pamies (PhD)


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