This volume captures the contents of the talks given at the Workshop on Applications of High Intensity Proton Accelerators held at Fermilab Oct 19-21, 2009. This workshop brought together experts from a variety of disciplines to explore new and profound ways proton accelerators can be used in the future. The workshop explored uses of such a proton source for producing intense muon, kaon and neutrino beams as well as using the intense protons for new forms of nuclear reactors that go by the name Accelerator Driven Sub-critical systems that promise to increase our available nuclear fuel supply by orders of magnitude while at the same time solving the nuclear waste problem. Intense proton beams can also be used to produce short-lived nuclear isotopes that are important in the medical industry.
Rare Muon Decay Experiments (Y Kuno); ADS and Its Potential (J-P Revol); Kaon Yields for 2 to 8 GeV Proton Beams (K K Gudima et al.); Simulation and Verification of DPA in Materials (N V Mokhov et al.); Proton Bunching Options (R B Palmer); Rapid Cycling Synchrotron Option for Project X (W Chou); Prospects for a Very High Power CW SRF Linac (R A Rimmer); ADSR Activity in the UK (R J Barlow); Power Production and ADS (R Raja); Spallation Target Design for Accelerator-Driven Systems (Y Gohar); Search for the Electric Dipole Moment of Radium 225 (R J Holt et al.); and other papers.