These theses can be downloaded:
Thesis: Calculation of Realistic ChargedParticle Transfer Maps.
Thesis: Analytic Properties and Cremona Approximation of Transfer Maps for Hamiltonian Systems.
Copies of the Ph.D. theses below are available from the University of Michiganoperated thesis archive at the web site





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David Douglas, Ph.D. 1982.
Thesis: Lie Algebraic Methods for Particle Accelerator Theory.
Thesis: Lie Algebraic Methods for Charged Particle Beams and LightOptics.
Liam Healy, Ph.D. 1986.
Thesis: Lie Algebraic Methods for Treating Lattice Parameter Errors inParticle Accelerators.
Robert Ryne, Ph.D. 1987.
Thesis: Lie Algebraic Treatment of Space Charge.
Govindan Rangarajan,
Ph.D. 1990.
Thesis: Invariants for Symplectic Maps and Symplectic Completion ofSymplectic
Jets.
Rui Li, Ph.D. 1990.
Thesis: Analytic and Numerical Investigation of the LongitudinalCoupling
Impedance.
Wen
Hao Cheng, Ph.D. 1995.
Thesis: Beam Dynamics of the Alternating Phase Focusing Linac andDependence of the
Penetration of Electromagnetic Fields
Through a Small
Coupling Hole in aThick Wall on Frequency.
Shicheng Jiang, Ph.D. 1996.
Thesis: An Analytical and Numerical Investigation of the CouplingImpedance of Irises in a Beam Pipe.
Alexei Fedotov, Ph.D. 1997.
Thesis: Longitudinal Coupling Impedance of a Hole in the AcceleratorBeam Pipe at Finite Frequencies.
Marco Venturini, Ph.D. 1998.
Thesis: Lie Methods, Exact Map Computation, and
the Problem ofDispersion in Space Charge Dominated
Beams.
William Detlefs, M.S. (in Applied Math with Thesis) 1991.
Thesis: Longitudinal Coupling Impedance of a Thin Iris Collimator.
Patrick Roberts, M.S. 2000.
Scholarly Paper: Computation of Interior Vector Potential from MagneticField Boundary Values.
Maura Williams Roberts, M.S.2000
Scholarly Paper: Numerical Study of the Vlasov
Equation in SphericalCoordinates.
Timothy Stasevich, M.S. 2001.
Scholarly Paper: Computation of Transfer Maps from Magnetic FieldBoundary Values.