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Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Research 2019 - 2040: A community-driven UK roadmap compiled by the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Steering Committee (PWASC)

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Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Research 2019 - 2040 : A community-driven UK roadmap compiled by the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Steering Committee (PWASC). / Hidding, Bernhard; Hooker, Simon; Jamison, Steven; Muratori, Bruno; Murphy, Christopher; Najmudin, Zulfikar; Pattathil, Rajeev; Sarri, Gianluca; Streeter, Matthew; Welsch, Carsten; Wing, Matthew; Xia, Guoxing.

2019.

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Hidding, B, Hooker, S, Jamison, S, Muratori, B, Murphy, C, Najmudin, Z, Pattathil, R, Sarri, G, Streeter, M, Welsch, C, Wing, M & Xia, G 2019 'Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Research 2019 - 2040: A community-driven UK roadmap compiled by the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Steering Committee (PWASC)'. <https://arxiv.org/abs/1904.09205>

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Hidding, B., Hooker, S., Jamison, S., Muratori, B., Murphy, C., Najmudin, Z., Pattathil, R., Sarri, G., Streeter, M., Welsch, C., Wing, M., & Xia, G. (2019). Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Research 2019 - 2040: A community-driven UK roadmap compiled by the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Steering Committee (PWASC). https://arxiv.org/abs/1904.09205

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Hidding B, Hooker S, Jamison S, Muratori B, Murphy C, Najmudin Z et al. Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Research 2019 - 2040: A community-driven UK roadmap compiled by the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Steering Committee (PWASC). 2019 Apr 19.

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Hidding, Bernhard ; Hooker, Simon ; Jamison, Steven ; Muratori, Bruno ; Murphy, Christopher ; Najmudin, Zulfikar ; Pattathil, Rajeev ; Sarri, Gianluca ; Streeter, Matthew ; Welsch, Carsten ; Wing, Matthew ; Xia, Guoxing. / Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Research 2019 - 2040 : A community-driven UK roadmap compiled by the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator Steering Committee (PWASC). 2019.

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