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연구분야 : Accelerator Physics
Dr. Park earned Ph.D. and MS degrees in Accelerator Physics from Indiana University at Bloomington and the BS degree in physics from Korea University. Before joining the Department of Accelerator Science at Korea University, he had worked at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in the United States.
Dr. Park has extensive backgrounds in theoretical, computational, and experimental aspects of various accelerator physics topics, including accelerator designing and commissioning, beam dynamics in particle accelerators (from RF photoinjectors and linacs to cyclotrons and synchrotrons), computational code developments for accelerator modeling, etc.
Dr. Park has hands-on experience in designing a medical cyclotron from scratch, and successfully developing and commissioning it to the commercial stage. During the course of his Ph.D. and Post-doctoral training at Indiana University, he developed electromagnetic space charge effect algorithms for RF photoinjectors and performed simulation studies of high power microwave sources. During the Post-Doctoral training at Fermilab, Dr. Park had many great opportunities to broaden his knowledge in accelerator physics. Specifically, he has participated in the development of an accelerator simulation package, Synergia. He has experience with many accelerator modeling codes, such as Synergia, WARP, MAD-8, MAD-X, PARMELA, as well as many computational programming languages, such as C/C++, Fortran, Python, etc.
2015.04 – 2018.01 Scientific Recruiter Representative at Fermi Nationa Accelerator Laboratory, USA
2010.04 – 2015.04 Postdoctoral Research Associate at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, USA
2010.01 – 2010.04 Postdoctoral Research Associate at Indiana University, USA
2007.01 – 2009.12 Ph.D. in Physics at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
2005.01 – 2006.12 MS in Physics at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
1996.03 – 2003.02 BS in Physics at Korea University, South Korea
 S. Antipov, D. Broemmelsiek, D. Bruhwiler, D. Edstrom, E. Harms, V. Lebedev, J. Leibfritz, S. Nagaitsev, C.S. Park, H. Piekarz, P. Piot, E. Prebys, A. Romanov, J. Ruan, T. Sen, G. Stancari, C. Thangaraj, R. Thurman-Keup, A. Valishev, V. Shiltsev, “IOTA (Integrable Optics Test Accelerator): Facility and Experimental Beam Physics Program,” Journal of Instrumentation, Volume 12, March 2017.
 M. Hess and C.S. Park, “Exact Space-Charge Field Solutions for Cylindrically Symmetric Beam Currents in a Circular Conductor Pipe,” IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. (2010).
 C.S. Park and M. Hess, “The Effects of Electromagnetic Space-Charge Fields in RF Photocathode Guns,” Nucl. Instr. Meth. A. 616 (2010) 9.
 S. Y. Lee, J. Kolski, Z. Liu, X. Pang, C.S. Park, W. Tam, and F. Wang, “Low Energy Electron Storage Ring with Tunable Compaction Factor,” Rev. Sci. Instr. 78, 075107 (2007)
 M. Hess, C.S. Park and D. Bolton, “A Green’s Function Based Space-Charge Field Solver for Electron Source Simulations,” Phys. Rev. ST Accel. Beams 10, 054201 (2007)
Dr. Park’s research interests lie in various fields of Accelerator and Beam Physics
1. Beam Dynamics in Particle Accelerators
- Collective effects and beam instabilities, esp., space charge effects and wake fields
- Modeling electromagnetic fields
- Modeling relativistic charged particle beams
2. Computational Accelerator Physics
- Simulation code developments and beam dynamics simulations
- Theoretical and numerical algorithm developments
- Multi-objective optimization, Genetic Algorithm, and High-Performance Computing
3. X-ray Optics and Synchrotron Radiation
- Compact Light Source for industrial applications