Course schedule and homeworks. This is subject to change, but the first 2 days will be fixed.

Main lecture notes, from Gennady Stupakov, 2011 USPAS class

Corrections to 2011 lecture notes

A summary of all homework problems from the 2011 lecture notes

- Note:
Only some of the problems will be assigned as homework, about 6/day

Supplementary notes for lectures, which include the following topics:

- Extended canonical transformations
- Fluid equations
- Relativity and Lorentz transformations
- Gaussian laser beams
- Synchrotron radiation and changes in emittances

Slides that will form the bulk of the lectures (these will continue to be updated)

RF Longitudinal dynamics, from Jeff Eldred's thesis

Jeff Eldred's slides from the afternoon sessions:

- Monday, week 1
- Tuesday, week 1
- Wednesday, week 1
- Thursday, week 1
- Monday, week 2
- Tuesday, week 2
- Wednesday, week 2
- Thursday, week 2

Selected papers:

- Frequency maps, Laskar
- Frequency maps, Laskar et al
- note on damped oscillators by K. McDonald
- Panofsky-Wenzel theorem paper
- Panofsky-Wenzel theorem short note
- Terahertz radiation

Link to web applet for viewing retarded fields, Davidson College.

Textbook, to be used mostly for reference: "Classical Dynamics: A Contemporary Approach", J.V. José and E.J. Saletan.

Last updated, 3 Feb 2016