Michal Jarosz

Michał Jarosz, was born in September 1987 in Warsaw, Poland (the birth-place Marie Skłodowska-Curie), where he lived until graduating in 2012. He studied Electronics and Informatics in Medicine at the Warsaw University of Technology where he obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree.

While still studying, he joined the Polish-Swedish cooperation programme for the future ESS, the European Spallation Source. During this cooperation he worked at CERN, Geneva during 2009 as a trainee in the Linac4 project, the future injector for the LHC.  He created a bead-pull RF measurement system for the project, which together with analysis of the data, became his Bachelor’s degree thesis in June 2010.

His next task within the cooperation consisted of solving radiation protection issues for the ESS proton accelerator’s tunnel.  The summers of 2010 and 2011 were spent in Lund, Sweden, using simulation tools such as FLUKA. During this time he produced and analysed data which provided answers to questions concerning the future accelerator’s tunnel layout.  Based on this research, he wrote his Master’s thesis, which was succesfully defended in March 2012.
In addition to studying, he was working at the National Centre for Nuclear Studies in Świerk, Poland, where he took part in some smaller accelerator projects for medicine and industry. Currently Michał works at ESS, Lund as a Marie Curie Fellow within the oPAC project. His work concerns the simulation of beam loss patterns in the ESS accelerator.




Studies into beam loss patterns at ESS