Dr. Will Bertsche

 
 

I am a lecturer with the Accelerator Physics group of the University of Manchester School of Physics and Astronomy and the Cockcroft Institute. I currently work on plasma physics and accelerator topics associated with the study of fundamental properties of antimatter in the ALPHA collaboration at CERN.


Research

  

   ALPHA Experiment at CERN:

        Comparing matter and Antimatter through precision

        measurements with trapper antihydrogen

Teaching

   

    The Physics of Energy Sources (PHYS 10622)

    Y3 Laboratory


Biography

    BA in physics (Cornell University, 1996 - 2000)

    PhD in experimental plasma physics (University of California, Berkeley, 2001 - 2007)

    Postdoctoral research on ALPHA experiment (Swansea University, 2007 - 2011)

    Lecturer of Accelerator Physics (Manchester, 2011 - present)

    Lecturer at the Cockcroft Institute (2011 - present)

    Technical Coordinator, ALPHA Experiment (2011 - present)


contact:

email: william.bertsche <at> manchester.ac.uk