Machine Learning and AI technology for Control and Forecasting

Raytum Photonics has actively participated in several projects under the Department of Energy (DOE), employing machine learning technologies to enhance accelerator beam polarization control and predict system anomalies. These initiatives underscore the company's commitment to leveraging advanced computational techniques to solve complex problems in accelerator physics.

The application of machine learning by Raytum Photonics in controlling accelerator beam polarization involves the development of algorithms that can adjust beam parameters in real-time. This technology allows for the optimization of beam polarization, which is crucial for the efficiency and effectiveness of particle accelerators used in research and medical treatments. By analyzing vast amounts of data from the accelerator's operational parameters, the machine learning models are trained to predict and adjust the beam's characteristics, ensuring optimal performance and minimizing energy consumption.

Furthermore, Raytum Photonics' work on predicting system anomalies through machine learning represents a significant advancement in preventive maintenance and operational reliability for accelerator facilities. By identifying potential issues before they lead to system failures, these predictive models can save significant time and resources, ensuring continuous operation and reducing downtime. This proactive approach to maintenance not only enhances the longevity of the accelerator components but also ensures the safety and security of the operations.

Through these DOE projects, Raytum Photonics demonstrates its expertise in applying cutting-edge machine learning techniques to the field of accelerator technology. The company's innovative approaches to controlling beam polarization and predicting system anomalies not only contribute to the advancement of accelerator technology but also highlight the potential of machine learning to transform traditional industries by introducing efficiency, reliability, and predictive capabilities.

Our work are shown in the publications:

​1. http://arxiv.org/abs/2401.15543

​2. "Laser beam control using machine learning technology for particle accelerator", conference proceeding, Paper No. 11997-32, Photonics West, San Francisco, 2022.