Gil Travish is a Researcher at UCLA working with the Particle Beam Physics Laboratory (PBPL). Dr. Travish received his Ph.D. from UCLA and has authored over 100 scientific publications. He has worked in beam physics, radiation production and accelerator technology for the past 15 years including: the first high-gain FEL experiments (UCLA); first saturation of a visible high-gain FEL (ANL); development and operation of numerous RF photoinjectors; extensive development of drive lasers, diagnostics and magnet systems for high-brightness beams; and, the design, construction and integration of new accelerator projects in multiple laboratories worldwide. His current work includes the Micro Accelerator Platform, a laser-driven optical-scale accelerator, as well as other dielectric-based accelerator-structures and studies.
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