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Welcome to the Nordic Particle Accelerator Program's (NPAP) Massive Open Online Courses and to the fascinating world of particle accelerators! Did you know that in the year of 2000 there were more than 15 000 particle accelerators in the world? Yet, today it has grown to more than 30 000 of them! A third of the particle accelerators are dedicated to medical applications, such as radio therapy, and a half are used for ion implantation in semiconductor devices. Also numerous particle accelerators are used for sterilizing food. Despite these everyday life examples of small particle accelerators, it is the large accelerators, like the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, that most people associate with particle accelerators. There will be many new applications for particle accelerators in the future and by that there is a need for MOOCs that describe the techniques and applications of these machines.. The NPAP series of MOOCs consists of three MOOCs designed to disseminate knowledge about particle accelerator technology to impacted fields. The courses have been made possible thanks to the support of the Erasmus Plus, Strategic Partnership funding of the European Commission and thanks to the dedicated lecturers from the universities of Lund, Uppsala, Arhus, Oslo and Jyväskylä, and by experts from the MAX IV Laboratory and European Spallation Source (ESS), both in Lund, Sweden. In many of the lectures we detail the MAX IV Laboratory and ESS - currently hosting the most powerful synchrotron light source and neutron source in the world. In the MAX IV Laboratory intense X-ray beams are produced by electrons that are first accelerated to almost the speed of light, and at ESS protons will be accelerated and, by a process called spallation, generate intense beams of neutron. The X-ray and neutron beams are used for looking into matter, down to the atomic level. The MAX IV Laboratory and ESS form a unique European center of excellence for thousands of scientists that together build the world of tomorrow. We also take a closer look at the Large Hadron Collider, at CERN, in Geneva. This powerful machine has already had an immense impact on theoretical physics and will continue to contribute to our knowledge of nature for quite some time. The first course in our NPAP series is the Introduction to Particle Accelerators. It explains how a particle accelerator can generate light of wavelengths down to one Angstrom. It also explains how the ESS facility can create a massive flux of neutrons by accelerating protons and let them smash into a disk of tungsten. The initial modules provide the basic knowledge about linear and circular accelerators that is required to understand other types of accelerators, like the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), at CERN in Geneva. We describe LHC and give an introduction to the elementary particle physics it is used for. We continue by describing some new concepts for future particle accelerators, like plasma driven accelerators. The second MOOC in the series is called "Fundamentals of Particle Accelerator Technology (NPAP MOOC)" and offers four modules: The Radio Frequency (RF) System of Accelerators; Magnet technology for accelerator; Beam Diagnostics; Basics of Vacuum techniques. The third MOOC is - Medical Applications of Particle Accelerators, which offers the four modules: Introduction to the course and radiotherapy; Linear electron accelerators for radiotherapy; Proton therapy part I; Proton therapy part II and the production of medical radionuclides. The three MOOCs can be taken either separately or as a package. For students that intend to take all three courses we recommend that they are taken in order. Get started and join us on this journey through the world of particle accelerators and be amazed by their importance for our lives and societies! Best Regards, The NPAP Team!...

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EF

2 août 2021

Fantastic course that explains well both the general ideas and the fine details for particle accelerators and their applications. Thank you to all the collaborators! Looking forward to module 5!

AB

22 avr. 2020

very good review for introducing the particle physics status. Very good the linked material. Hoping in a more advanced course for deepening some of the topic farther. Thanks!

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par Naresh K M

24 mai 2020

This course is very interesting and to know about particles.

par Alaka B G

13 nov. 2020

Very good introductory course on particle accelerators.

par Прянишников К Е

31 janv. 2022

Интересные факты и базовые основы ускорителей частиц.

par Jay N P

9 juin 2020

A good Introductory course on Particle Accelerators.

par ANTO J D

16 juil. 2020

Good introductory course on Particle Accelerators!

par Shabbir M

17 févr. 2021

great opportunity to learn about the accelerators

par JADE J

25 août 2020

A very good overview of particle accelerators.

par Tanay C

3 mai 2020

A nice introduction to particle physics.

par Ayomal S

19 août 2020

great course and highly resourceful

par Y N A

19 avr. 2020

Outstanding technology demonstrated

par subrata j

17 avr. 2021

Good Informative lectures

par Ing. R I G d l G

12 juin 2020

Interesting and innovator

par Viduranga L

17 févr. 2021

A great introduction.

par Winston A W

24 oct. 2020

Excellent, thank you.

par Deleted A

25 nov. 2019

Great information!

par haidera e

4 juin 2020

Excellent Course

par Elham A

7 avr. 2021

Elham Ahmadniya

par Rohan V

13 sept. 2020

it was awesome

par Aya M L N

20 déc. 2020

Thanks a lot

par K S

2 sept. 2020

informative

par Shubham M A

7 mai 2020

Good course

par ELMER P M P

28 nov. 2021

thank you

par Sharan D

3 mai 2021

Very informative course.

par Dinu T

19 oct. 2020

Great course

par Rubén M R

13 avr. 2022

a​ litle more about physics (only easy formulas and some derivations of it) could improve very much the course.