Elliott S. McCrory, Ph.D.

Dr. Elliott S. McCrory
Title: Applied Scientist II
Department: Integration Department
Division: Accelerator, Roger Dixon, Head
Address:MS 307, PO Box 500
Fermilab, Batavia, IL 60510-0500
Office: Linac Gallery; LIG-130
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The Fermilab Linac
Proton Source Department
Instrumentation Department
Fermilab Accelerator Division
Fermilab Home Page
Fermilab Today: Photo Club contributions
Main Injector and Linac Performance Plots, Updated hourly

Work Photo Gallery
My "365 Project", One photo each day in 2013
My Flickr photostream

List of resumes
How do you spell Elliott?


Joanne McCrory, my wonderful wife!
Professor Emeritus Clint McCrory, Dept of Mathematics, University of Georgia, Athens, brother
Raven McCrory, sister
Martin McCrory; Photography
Alexander McCrory, bassoonist.


I am working actively on these broad topics in the Accelerator Division: The Linac and the Instrumentation Department. I also work on several items under the auspices of the Particle Physics Division (PPD): The Experiment Oeprations Center (XOC) and the LHC at CERN. I spent from August 2007 to August 2009 at CERN working on the startup of the LHC for LAFS (LHC Accelerator-Fermilab Software).

I create a weekly audio podcast of the Fermilab Today Result of the Week.

Other related links are, The LHC Accelerator Research Program (LARP), USLARP and LHC@FNAL. See also the Issues Wiki for LAFS

I worked through 2012 on modelling Tevatron Collider Operations for the Run Coordinators.

I am the chairman of the committee for the Summer Internships in Science and Technology (SIST), run by the Equal Oportunity Office. I was first appointed to this position by John Peoples on October 6, 1995 and served until my assignment to CERN in August, 2007. At that time, Jamieson Olsen handled this post. In September, 2012, Jamieson returned the position to me, where I serve today.

My personal web site.


You can see my web-published paper here.


       One photo each and every day in 2013.
       It's the Optics (prototype).
       My Photos in Fermilab Today.


Please, oh please, spell my name right! For guidance, see my web page on how to spell Elliott, and why. Hint: Two T's; It is not French.

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