Accelerator Physics & R&D, Electron-Ion Collider
Alexei Blednykh is the deputy of the accelerator development division director at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) of the Electron Ion Collider (EIC). Alexei has a wealth of experience in effective communication and fruitful collaborations with different groups: RF, Diagnostics, Vacuum and Mechanical & Engineering as well as in collaboration with other accelerator facility projects, such as SIRIUS (Brazil), SuperKEK-B (Japan), MAX-4 (Sweden), and APS-U (US) on collective effects and impedance analysis. Prior to coming to EIC, Alexei was working as an Accelerator Physicist at BNL of the National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II) Accelerator Physics Division since 2006, where he participated in commissioning of 200MeV LINAC, 3 GeV Booster and NSLS-II Storage Ring and supported facility operation at high average current.
Alexei Blednykh defended his PhD tesis in Technical University of Berlin in 2003. Since 2004, Alexei is working at Brokahven National Laboratory as an accelerator physicists. Presently, Alexei supports the EIC Accelerator Physics, R&D programs, Impedance and the Collective Effects Analysis.