About

I am an accelerator physicist at Daresbury Laboratory and the Cockcroft Institute near Warrington and Liverpool in the North-West of England. I design accelerators, from simple transfer lines to tomography sections, storage rings, energy recovery linacs and non-scaling FFAGs. I was also involved in the beam-beam part of the LHC high luminosity upgrade for a few years. Before becoming an accelerator physicist in 2001, I was a mathematical physicist. I did my PhD thesis in 1997, in London, in general relativity and solutions of the Lanczos tensor within it. I then did a post-doc working on zero modes of the Dirac operator in 2, 3 and 4 dimensions, in Ireland. You can find out more about me  here or here or here or you can have a look at my cv (warning: this may be slightly out of date). I do not keep these up to date all the time. If you are interested in my articles and their impact (if any), you can go here. I have a twitter account which I tend not to use very much here but I do look at it so you are welcome to put things there. Actually, I have started using it a little more since this brexit catastrophe took place. For anything else and the latest information, please contact me, it may take me a while but I will answer.

If you want to contact me, I am available on bruno.muratori@stfc.ac.uk or b.muratori@gmail.com or b.muratori on Skype. I believe you can also leave a comment below if you wish … I am not sure how it works but I will figure it out eventually and get back to you. Please do not forget to leave your contact details if you do.

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