Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC)

Links

Visit the SLAC Home Page

Online Resource: SLAC History

Visit the SLAC Archives and History Office Home Page

Also see the Stanford University ACAP page

Contents

Laboratory Directors
Staff

Notes

The Stanford Linear Accelerator Center was formally approved for construction in 1962, and it began research in 1966. Although a part of Stanford University, it is distinct from the physics department there. Many faculty have worked in both locations. In 2008, the U. S. Department of Energy renamed the facility the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, wherein "SLAC" has no explicit meaning.

Online Resource: Listen to an audio clip of Wolfgang Panofsky discussing the process of getting Congressional approval to build SLAC.

Laboratory Directors

Faculty and Postdocs

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