G. H. Gillespie Associates, Inc. (GHGA)
conducts research and development devoted toward improving the
understanding and utilization of complex scientific technologies
with applications to education, energy, medicine and defense.
The Company's principal office is located in San Diego, California.
GHGA began operations as a sole proprietorship
in 1988 and following two years of successful growth the Company
was incorporated in the State of California in 1990. From 1988-1993
the primary business line involved conducting assessment studies
and performing other technical analyses on a variety of practical
applications of particle accelerators for U. S. Government agencies
and their prime contractors. An extensive software capability
was developed within the firm as a part of those activities.
In 1992, the Company began marketing a line of scientific software
for use at university, industrial and government laboratories.
The success of that product line resulted in the award of several
contracts for the development of custom scientific and educational
software applications. Since 1994 GHGA has concentrated on the
development of custom and prepackaged software, with innovative
graphic user interfaces and data visualization tools for scientific
and educational programs becoming the Company's signature business
line. AccelSoft Inc. was formed in 1997 as a wholly owned subsidiary
to publish, market and distribute the growing line of prepackaged
GHGA and AccelSoft have a core team of physicists and software
engineers with a broad background in accelerator science and
modern software technology. Personnel have established relationships
with many scientists at accelerator laboratories and elsewhere
that aid in maintaining our leading edge in accelerator technology.
Our expertise has been applied to the design of accelerator components,
beamlines, and systems for both national and international customers,
while continuing to provide state-of-the-art accelerator and
particle optics software to our customers for a variety of applications.