Peter M. McIntyre Superconducting Super Collider Papers

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Peter M. McIntyre Superconducting Super Collider Papers

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Peter M. McIntyre attended the University of Chicago culminating in 1973 with his Ph. D. He went on to do experiments with colliding beams at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland until 1975 when joined Havard University as an Assistant Professor. He would continue is work at both CERN and Fermilab through the late 1970s that would lead to the discorvery of weak bosons at CERN in 1982. In 1980 Dr. McIntyer joined the faculty at Texas A&M as an Associate Professor and continued his work in the field of high energy particle physics and participated in the construction and operation of the Collider Detctor at Fermilab. Dr. McIntyre was amoung the first to propose the construction of the Superconducting Super Collider and was a co-author of the Texas SSC site proposal

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The collection contains files on the background for the proposal for Superconducting Super Collider and its location.

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Finding Aid Authors: Greg Bailey, September 2015.

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