Bio


Born and educated in New York City, he received his AB (1953) and his PhD (1957) from Columbia University. Following a postdoc position at the University of Rochester (1957-59) he continued work in high energy physics and accelerator development at the Cambridge Electron Accelerator at Harvard University (1959-73), serving as Assistant Director. He came to Stanford in 1973 to lead the technical design of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Project (SSRP), now SSRL, and served as Deputy Director of the laboratory until his semi-retirement in 1998 (www-ssrl.slac.stanford.edu). He has taught physics at Columbia, Rochester, Harvard, MIT, Northwestern, University of Massachusetts, and Stanford. His 1970’s and 1980’s research developing periodic magnet systems (wigglers and undulators), had a major impact on synchrotron radiation sources and research facilities at Stanford and around the world. Beginning in 1992 he made major contributions to initiating and developing the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS), the world’s first X-ray Free Electron Laser. Starting operation in 2009, the LCLS has shifted the major SLAC focus from high energy physics to x-ray sources and research. In 1997 he suggested SESAME, a synchrotron light source involving 9 countries in the Middle East. He has played a major role in the development of this project, on track to start research in 2016 (www.sesame.org.jo). He is now promoting a similar project in Africa. Throughout his adult life he has been an activist in helping dissidents and protecting academic freedom and human rights.

Academic Appointments


Honors & Awards


  • Phi Beta Kappa, Columbia University (1953)
  • Sr. Scientist Award, Alexander von Humboldt Society (1986)
  • Significant Implication for Energy Related Technology, US Dept of Energy (1987)
  • Fellowship, American Physical Society (1987)
  • Fellowship, AAAS (1995)
  • Prize for Achievement in Accelerator Physics, US Particle Accelerator School (1995)
  • Distinguished Associate Award, US Dept of Energy (2000)
  • Heinz R. Pagels Human Rights Award, New York Academy of Sciences (2005)
  • Sakharov Prize, American Physical Society (2010)

Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations


  • Numerous advisory Committees, SRRC Taiwan; BESSY II in Berlin; ALS in Berkeley; SESAME in Jordan; African Light Source; Mexican Light Source; CAMD facility Baton Rouge LA; Beijing, Hefei and Shanghai synchrotron light sources; (1984 - Present)

Professional Education


  • PhD, Columbia University, Physics (1957)
  • AB, Columbia University, Physics (1953)

2019-20 Courses


All Publications


  • Synchrotron light sources in developing countries; sesame and others Winick, H. AMER CHEMICAL SOC. 2018
  • Synchrotron light sources in developing countries MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A Mtingwa, S. K., Winick, H. 2018; 33 (9)
  • SESAME - A 3(rd) generation synchrotron light source for the Middle East SYNCHROTRON RADIATION INSTRUMENTATION, PTS 1 AND 2 Ulku, D., Rahighi, J., Winick, H. 2007; 879: 208-?
  • SESAME, a third generation synchrotron light source for the Middle East region 9th International Symposium on Radiation Physics Einfeld, D., Hasnain, S. S., Sayers, Z., Schopper, H., Winick, H. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD. 2004: 693–700
  • Future possibilities of the Linac Coherent Light Source JOURNAL OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION Cornacchia, M., ARTHUR, J., Bane, K., Bolton, P., Carr, R., Decker, F. J., Emma, P., Galayda, J., Hastings, J., Hodgson, K., Huang, Z., LINDAU, I., Nuhn, H. D., Paterson, J. M., Pellegrini, C., Reiche, S., Schlarb, H., Stohr, J., Stupakov, G., Walz, D., Winick, H. 2004; 11: 227-238

    Abstract

    A study of the potential for the development of the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) beyond the specifications of the baseline design is presented. These future developments include delivery of X-ray pulses in the 1 fs regime, extension of the spectral range, increase of the FEL power, exploitation of the spontaneous emission, and a more flexible time structure. As this potential is exploited, the LCLS can maintain its role as a world-leading instrument for many years beyond its commissioning in 2008 and initial operation as the world's first X-ray free-electron laser.

    View details for DOI 10.1107/S090904950400370X

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    View details for PubMedID 15103109

  • SESAME: an extended spectral range synchrotron radiation facility in the Middle East based on an upgrade to BESSY I 7th International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation (SRI 2000) Voss, G. A., Rabedeau, T., Raither, S., Schopper, H., Weihreter, E., Winick, H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2001: 55–58
  • Transverse emittance measurements from a photocathode RF gun with variable laser pulse length 20th International Free Electron Laser Conference 5th FEL User Workshop Reis, D. A., HERNANDEZ, M., Schmerge, J. F., Winick, H., Hogan, M. J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1999: 341–46
  • Synchrotron radiation sources - Present capabilities and future directions 6th International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation (SRI'97) Winick, H. WILEY-BLACKWELL. 1998: 168–175

    Abstract

    Many of the more than 40 operational light sources around the world have achieved performance levels that exceed initial design goals. These accomplishments are reviewed, along with concepts and proposals for sources with performance levels exceeding those of present sources. These include storage rings with lower electron-beam emittance than present third-generation rings and free-electron lasers (FELs). It now appears that the highest performance sources will be based on linacs rather than storage rings. This is because emittance originates differently and scales differently with electron energy for rings and linacs, so that the lowest electron-beam emittance can be achieved in high-energy linacs equipped with high-brightness electron sources. Such electron beams can be used to provide X-ray beams with very high brightness and coherence in sub-picosecond pulses in a single pass through a small-gap short-period undulator by spontaneous emission, and with even higher beam brightness and coherence by stimulated coherent emission in an FEL. Designs for such FEL sources, and associated research and development, are underway at several laboratories.Work supported by the US Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, contract DE-AC03-76SF00515.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000074975200009

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  • Emittance measurements for the SLAC gun test facility 17th Particle Accelerator Conference HERNANDEZ, M., Fisher, A., MEYERHOFER, D., Miller, R., Palmer, D. T., Park, S., Reis, D., Schmerge, J., Weaver, J., Wiedemann, H., Winick, H., Yeremian, D. IEEE. 1998: 2840–2842
  • Emittance studies of the BNL/SLAC/UCLA 1.6 cell photocathode RF gun 17th Particle Accelerator Conference Palmer, D. T., Wang, X. J., Miller, R. H., Babzien, M., Ben-Zvi, I., Pellegrini, C., Sheehan, J., Skaritka, J., Winick, H., Woodle, M., Yakimenko, V. IEEE. 1998: 2687–2689
  • Fourth generation light sources 17th Particle Accelerator Conference Winick, H. IEEE. 1998: 37–41
  • Early work with synchrotron radiation at Stanford JOURNAL OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION Doniach, S., Hodgson, K., LINDAU, I., Pianetta, P., Winick, H. 1997; 4: 380-395

    Abstract

    The use of synchrotron radiation in the soft and hard X-ray spectral region received major impetus with the start of parasitic operation of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Project (SSRP) in 1974. This was the first time that synchrotron radiation from a multi-GeV electron storage ring was made available in a user facility for studying the structure of matter. Here we review the early work at SSRP as well as the activities that preceded it, highlighting the scientific accomplishments (soft X-ray photoemission, EXAFS, protein crystallography), beamline instrumentation developments and source improvements. The early work using bending-magnet radiation led to the funding of several dedicated facilities in the US and elsewhere in the world - the so-called second-generation light sources. Early work with wiggler and undulator insertion devices led to funding of third-generation sources better optimized for insertion device sources, particularly undulators.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997YH05900007

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  • SLAC RF photocathode gun test facility Conference on Free-Electron Laser Challenges Schmerge, J. F., Reis, D. A., HERNANDEZ, M., Meyerhofer, D. D., Miller, R. H., Palmer, D. T., Weaver, J. N., Winick, H., Yeremian, D. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1997: 90–96
  • Commissioning results of the BNL/SLAC/UCLA symmetrized 1.6 Cell S-Band emittance compensated photoinjector Conference on Free-Electron Laser Challenges Palmer, D. T., Wang, X. J., Miller, R. H., Babzien, M., BENZVI, I., Pellegrini, C., Sheehan, J., Skaritka, J., SRINIVASANRAO, T., Winick, H., Woodle, M., Yakimenko, V. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1997: 78–89
  • Initial commissioning results of the next generation photoinjector 7th Workshop on Advanced Accelerator Concepts (AAC 96) Palmer, D. T., Wang, X. J., Miller, R. H., Babzien, M., BENZVI, I., Pellegrini, C., Sheehan, J., Skaritka, J., Winick, H., Woodle, M., Yakimenko, V. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1997: 695–704
  • Research and development toward a 4.5-1.5 angstrom linac coherent light source (LCLS) at SLAC 17th International Free Electron Laser Conference Tatchyn, R., ARTHUR, J., Baltay, M., Bane, K., Boyce, R., Cornacchia, M., Cremer, T., Fisher, A., Hahn, S. J., HERNANDEZ, M., Loew, G., Miller, R., Nelson, W. R., Nuhn, H. D., Palmer, D., Paterson, J., Raubenheimer, T., Weaver, J., Wiedemann, H., Winick, H., Pellegrini, C., Travish, G., Scharlemann, E. T., Caspi, S., Fawley, W., Halbach, K., Kim, K. J., Schlueter, R., Xie, M., MEYERHOFER, D., Bonifacio, R., Desalvo, L. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1996: 274–83
  • Microwave measurements of the BNL/SLAC/UCLA 1.6 cell photocathode RF gun 16th Biennial Particle Accelerator Conference Palmer, D. T., Miller, R. H., Winick, H., Wang, X. J., Batchelor, K., Woodle, M., BENZVI, I. IEEE. 1996: 982–984
  • Simulations of the BNL/SLAC/UCLA 1.6 cell emittance compensated photocathode RF gun low energy beam line 16th Biennial Particle Accelerator Conference Palmer, D. T., Miller, R. H., Winick, H., Wang, X. J., Batchelor, K., Woodle, M., BENZVI, I. IEEE. 1996: 2432–2434
  • The linac coherent light source (LCLS): A fourth-generation light source using the SLAG linac JOURNAL OF ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY AND RELATED PHENOMENA Winick, H. 1995; 75: 1-8
  • PARAMETRIC STUDY OF AN X-RAY FEL 16th International Free Electron Laser Conference Travish, G., Fawley, W. M., Kim, K. J., Nuhn, H. D., Pellegrini, C., Winick, H., Xie, M. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1995: 60–63
  • THE LCLS - A 4TH-GENERATION LIGHT-SOURCE USING THE SLAG LINAC 5th International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation ARTHUR, J., Materlik, G., Tatchyn, R., Winick, H. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1995: 1987–89
  • Microwave measurements and beam dynamics simulations of the BNL/SLAC/UCLA emittance compensated 1.6 cell photocathode RF gun Conference on Electron-Beam Sources and Charged-Particle Optics Palmer, D. T., Miller, R. H., Winick, H., Wang, X. J., Batchelor, K., Woodle, M., BENZVI, I. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1995: 514–526
  • SHORT-WAVELENGTH FELS USING THE SLAC LINAC 8th National Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation Winick, H., Bane, K., Boyce, R., Cobb, J., Loew, G., Morton, P., Nuhn, H. D., Paterson, J., Pianetta, P., Raubenheimer, T., Seeman, J., Tatchyn, R., Vylet, V., Pellegrini, C., Rosenzweig, J., Travish, G., Prosnitz, D., Scharlemann, E. T., Halbach, K., Kim, K. J., Schlueter, R., Xie, M., Bonifacio, R., Desalvo, L., Pierini, P. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1994: 199–205
  • HIGH-ENERGY SYNCHROTRON-RADIATION SOURCES 16th International Conference on X-ray and Inner-Shell Process (X 93) Winick, H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1994: 112–15
  • THE SLAC SOFT-X-RAY HIGH-POWER FEL 15th International Free Electron Laser Conference Pellegrini, C., Rosenzweig, J., Travish, G., Bane, K., Boyce, R., Loew, G., Morton, P., Nuhn, H. D., Paterson, J., Pianetta, P., Raubenheimer, T., Seeman, J., Tatchyn, R., Vylet, V., Winick, H., Halbach, K., Kim, K. J., Xie, M., Prosnitz, D., Scharlemann, E. T., Bonifacio, R., Desalvo, L., Pierini, P. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1994: 326–30
  • Prospects for high power linac coherent light source (LCLS) development in the 1000 angstrom-1 angstrom wavelength range 4th International Colloquium on X-Ray Lasers Tatchyn, R., Bane, K., Boyce, R., Loew, G., Miller, R., Nuhn, H. D., Palmer, D., Paterson, J., Raubenheimer, T., Seeman, J., Winick, H., Yeremian, D., Pellegrini, C., Rosenzweig, J., Travish, G., Prosnitz, D., Scharlemann, E. T., Caspi, S., Fawley, W., Halbach, K., KIMS, K. J., Schlueter, R., Xie, M., Bonifacio, R., Desalvo, L., Pierini, P. AIP PRESS. 1994: 320–29
  • A 2 TO 4NM HIGH-POWER FEL ON THE SLAC LINAC 14TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER ( FEL 92 ) Pellegrini, C., Rosenzweig, J., Nuhn, H. D., Pianetta, P., Tatchyn, R., Winick, H., Bane, K., Morton, P., Raubenheimer, T., Seeman, J., Halbach, K., Kim, K. J., Kirz, J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1993: 223–27
  • LINAC COHERENT-LIGHT SOURCE (LCLS) AT 2-4 NM USING THE SLAC LINAC Conference on Electron-Beam Sources of High-Brightness Radiation Seeman, J. T., Bane, K., Boyce, R., Loew, G., Morton, P., Nuhn, H. D., Paterson, J., Pianetta, P., Raubenheimer, T., Tatchyn, R., Vylet, V., Winick, H., Pellegrini, C., Rosenzweig, J., Travish, G., Prosnitz, D., Scharlemann, E. T., Halbach, K., Kim, K. J., Xie, M. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1993: 116–125
  • DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR A 60-METER PURE PERMANENT-MAGNET UNDULATOR FOR THE SLAC LINAC COHERENT-LIGHT SOURCE (LCLS) 1993 Particle Accelerator Conference Tatchyn, R., Boyce, R., Halbach, K., Nuhn, H. D., Seeman, J., Winick, H., Pellegrini, C. I E E E. 1993: 1608–1610
  • SHORT WAVELENGTH FELS ON LARGE STORAGE-RINGS 7TH NATIONAL CONF ON SYNCHROTRON RADIATION INSTRUMENTATION Nuhn, H. D., Tatchyn, R., Winick, H., Fisher, A. S., Gallardo, J. C., Pellegrini, C. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1992: 89–96
  • 40 ANGSTROM FEL DESIGNS FOR THE PEP STORAGE RING 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER Fisher, A. S., Gallardo, J. C., Nuhn, H. D., Tatchyn, R., Winick, H., Pellegrini, C. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1992: 730–35
  • SSRL 1990 - STATUS AND FUTURE-PLANS 9TH USSR NATIONAL CONF ON SYNCHROTRON RADIATION UTILIZATION ( SR 90 ) Tatchyn, R., Winick, H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1991: 13–23
  • THE USE OF A SINGLE WAVELENGTH WIGGLER IN PEP AS A CIRCULAR POLARIZED HARD X-RAY SOURCE 6TH NATIONAL CONF ON SYNCHROTRON RADIATION INSTRUMENTATION Sasaki, S., Youngman, B., Winick, H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1990: 401–7
  • CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF INSTRUMENTATION TO MEASURE THE DIFFRACTION PROFILE OF A SINGLE-CRYSTAL AT BRAGG ANGLE NEAR PI-2 BY USING SYNCHROTRON RADIATION 6TH NATIONAL CONF ON SYNCHROTRON RADIATION INSTRUMENTATION CATICHAELLIS, S., Boyce, R., Winick, H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1990: 132–34
  • OVERVIEW OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION FACILITIES OUTSIDE THE USA 6TH NATIONAL CONF ON SYNCHROTRON RADIATION INSTRUMENTATION Winick, H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1990: 487–92
  • PEP AS A SYNCHROTRON RADIATION SOURCE REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Bienenstock, A., Brown, G., Wiedemann, H., Winick, H. 1989; 60 (7): 1393-1398
  • 1ST UNDULATOR OPERATION AT SRC NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Green, M. A., KELLY, M. K., Lai, B., OTTE, R. A., ROWE, E. M., Stott, J. P., Trzeciak, W. S., Wallace, D. J., WINTER, W. R., Cerrina, F., Margaritondo, G., Huber, D. L., Winick, H. 1988; 266 (1-3): 91-95
  • A MISSING-BENDING-MAGNET SCHEME FOR PEP NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Liu, R. Z., Winick, H. 1988; 266 (1-3): 32-37
  • STATUS OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION FACILITIES OUTSIDE THE USSR NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Winick, H. 1987; 261 (1-2): 9-17
  • SYNCHROTRON RADIATION SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Winick, H. 1987; 257 (5): 88-?

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  • SULFUR K-EDGE X-RAY ABSORPTION STUDIES USING THE 54-POLE WIGGLER AT SSRL IN UNDULATOR MODE NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Hedman, B., Frank, P., PENNERHAHN, J. E., Roe, A. L., Hodgson, K. O., Carlson, R. M., Brown, G., CERINO, J., HETTEL, R., TROXEL, T., Winick, H., Yang, J. 1986; 246 (1-3): 797-800
  • OPTICAL AND SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AN INSERTION DEVICE USED BOTH AS A WIGGLER AND AN UNDULATOR NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Brennan, S., COWAN, P. L., Jach, T., Lavilla, R., Perera, R. C., Winick, H. 1986; 246 (1-3): 37-40
  • A LOW EMITTANCE CONFIGURATION FOR SPEAR IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE BLUMBERG, L. N., Harris, J., Stege, R., CERINO, J., HETTEL, R., Hofmann, A., Liu, R. Z., Wiedemann, H., Winick, H. 1985; 32 (5): 3433-3435
  • WORLDWIDE CENSUS OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION FACILITIES NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Winick, H., Watson, R. E. 1984; 222 (1-2): 373-409
  • A NEW WIGGLER BEAM LINE FOR SSRL NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Hoyer, E., Bahr, C., Chan, T., Chin, J., Elioff, T., Halbach, K., Harnett, G., Humphries, D., HUNT, D., Kim, K. J., Lauritzen, T., Lindle, D., Shirley, D., TAFELSKI, R., Thompson, A., Cramer, S., Eisenberger, P., Hewitt, R., Stohr, J., Boyce, R., Brown, G., GOLDE, A., Gould, R., Hower, N., LINDAU, I., Winick, H., Yang, J., Harris, J., Scott, B. 1983; 208 (1-3): 117-125
  • WIGGLER AND UNDULATOR MAGNETS - A REVIEW NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Brown, G., Halbach, K., Harris, J., Winick, H. 1983; 208 (1-3): 65-77
  • UNDULATOR STUDIES AT SSRL NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Winick, H., Boyce, R., Brown, G., Hower, N., Hussain, Z., PATE, T., Umbach, E. 1983; 208 (1-3): 127-137
  • THE OPTIMIZATION OF UNDULATORS FOR SYNCHROTRON RADIATION NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Brown, G., Winick, H., Eisenberger, P. 1983; 204 (2-3): 543-547
  • SYNCHROTRON RADIATION RESEARCH - AN OVERVIEW PHYSICS TODAY Bienenstock, A., Winick, H. 1983; 36 (6): 48-?
  • AN ALL WIGGLER AND UNDULATOR SYNCHROTRON RADIATION SOURCE IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE Winick, H., Wiedemann, H., LINDAU, I., Hodgson, K., Halbach, K., CERINO, J., Bienenstock, A., Bachrach, R. 1983; 30 (4): 3097-3099
  • THE BEAM LINE-VI REC-STEEL HYBRID WIGGLER FOR SSRL IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE Hoyer, E., Chan, T., CHIN, J. W., Halbach, K., Kim, K. J., Winick, H., Yang, J. 1983; 30 (4): 3118-3120
  • WIGGLER AND UNDULATOR MAGNETS - AN OVERVIEW NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Winick, H., Brown, G. 1982; 195 (1-2): 347-348
  • A PERMANENT-MAGNET UNDULATOR FOR SPEAR IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE Halbach, K., Chin, J., Hoyer, E., Winick, H., Cronin, R., Yang, J., Zambre, Y. 1981; 28 (3): 3136-3138
  • WIGGLER AND UNDULATOR MAGNETS PHYSICS TODAY Winick, H., Brown, G., Halbach, K., Harris, J. 1981; 34 (5): 50-?
  • WIGGLER MAGNETS AT SSRL - PRESENT EXPERIENCE AND FUTURE-PLANS NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS Winick, H., Spencer, J. E. 1980; 172 (1-2): 45-53
  • INITIAL OPERATION OF SSRL WIGGLER IN SPEAR IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE Berndt, M., Brunk, W., Cronin, R., Jensen, D., Johnson, R., King, A., Spencer, J., Taylor, T., Winick, H. 1979; 26 (3): 3812-3815
  • SSRL - PAST EXPERIENCE, PRESENT DEVELOPMENT, FUTURE-PLANS IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE Winick, H. 1979; 26 (3): 3798-3800
  • SYNCHROTRON RADIATION RESEARCH ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE SCIENCE Winick, H., Bienenstock, A. 1978; 28: 33-113
  • STANDARD WIGGLER MAGNETS NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS Winick, H., Helm, R. H. 1978; 152 (1): 9-15
  • SYNCHROTRON RADIATION RESEARCH AT SSRP KVANTOVAYA ELEKTRONIKA Winick, H., Csonka, P. L. 1978; 5 (8): 1754-1758
  • SYNCHROTRON RADIATION RESEARCH - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY LINDAU, I., Winick, H. 1978; 15 (3): 977-983
  • STUDY OF SPEAR AS A DEDICATED SOURCE OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE CERINO, J., GOLDE, A., Hastings, J., LINDAU, I., SALSBURG, B., Winick, H., Lee, M., Morton, P., Garren, A. 1977; 24 (3): 1003-1005
  • RESONANT X-RAY RAMAN-SCATTERING STUDIES USING SYNCHROTRON RADIATION PHYSICAL REVIEW B Eisenberger, P., Platzman, P. M., Winick, H. 1976; 13 (6): 2377-2380
  • X-RAY RESONANT RAMAN-SCATTERING - OBSERVATION OF CHARACTERISTIC RADIATION NARROWER THAN LIFETIME WIDTH PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Eisenberger, P., Platzman, P. M., Winick, H. 1976; 36 (11): 623-626
  • SYNCHROTRON RADIATION AS A NEW TOOL WITHIN PHOTON-BEAM TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Doniach, S., LINDAU, I., SPICER, W. E., Winick, H. 1975; 12 (6): 1123-1127
  • DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF STANFORD SYNCHROTRON RADIATION PROJECT (SSRP) IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE BAER, A. D., Gaxiola, R., GOLDE, A., Johnson, F., SALSBURG, B., Winick, H., Baldwin, M., Dean, N., Harris, J., Hoyt, E., Humphrey, B., JUROW, J., Melen, R., Miljan, J., WARREN, G. 1975; NS22 (3): 1794-1797