It is customary to conclude conferences with a summary talk. Instead, my talk will be more in the nature of concluding remarks. I will, of course, draw on all the many fine presentations we have heard at this conference and draw some conclusions for the future of the fields that are impacted by the accelerators which are the basis of this conference. Since I am an experimental nuclear physicist, my remarks will be given mostly from that perspective. This obviously involves some bias on my part and some of you may disagree with what I am going to say. © 1990.
Paul, P. (1990). Closing address. Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A, 287(1–2), 333–336. https://doi.org/10.1016/0168-9002(90)91819-W