The Brentwood Summer Institute on Nuclear and Particle Physics at Intermediate Energies was the second of its kind organised by the TRIUMF group of Universities, the first taking place at Banff in 1970. With the advent of initial beams at the new meson facilities at LAMPF, SIN, NEVIS, CERN S.C. and TRIUMF it was an eminently suitable time for an in-depth study of some of the science which will be possible when these accelerators achieve their design intensities in proton and meson beams. The organizing committee, comprising: Univ. of Alberta G.A. Beer Univ. of Victoria J.M. Cameron J.M. McMillan U.B.C. D.F. Measday U.B.C. R.M. Pearce Univ. of Victoria J.E.D. Pearson U.B.C. J.B. Warren U.B.C. wishes to acknowledge the financial support provided by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, the National Research Council of Canada, and Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., without which the Institute could not have been held. Also we wish to acknowledge the helpful advice of the Scientific Committee of NATO and of Dr. T. Kester, Secretary of this Committee. Many persons from the University of Victoria and the University of British Columbia helped with the local arrangements and we are grateful to them and particularly to the staff of Brentwood College who made the stay of the participants such a pleasant one.
Table of ContentsMuon Physics.- Nuclear Muon-Capture.- Recent Muon Physics at SREL.- Invariance Principles.- Muonic and Hadronic Atoms.- On the Application of Polarized Positive Muons in Solid State Physics.- Interactions of Pions with Nuclei.- Studies of Low Energy ? Elastic Scattering from Light Nuclei.- Radiative Pion Capture and Muon Capture in Three-Nucleon Systems.- The Omicron Spectrometer.- Status Report on the SIN Universal Spectrometer Installation.- Pion Production on Nuclei.- Quasi-Free Scattering and Nuclear Structure.- High Resolution Magnetic Spectrometery.- Some Recent Experiments Performed at LAMPF.- Some Highlights of the University of Maryland Cyclotron Program.- Report on the Status of the Indiana University Cyclotron Facility and Preparations for Initial Experiments.- Some Recent Polarized Proton Beam Experiments at the Argonne National Laboratory Zero Gradient Synchrotron.- Proton Physics at SIN.- Participants.