31 July 2016 to 5 August 2016
Gaylord Hotel and Conference Center
US/Eastern timezone

Project towards CO2-laser-driven wake-field accelerator with external injection

4 Aug 2016, 14:30
20m
Woodrow Wilson CD (Gaylord Hotel)

Woodrow Wilson CD

Gaylord Hotel

Oral Working Group 1 WG1

Speaker

Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko (StonyBrook University)

Abstract

This project aims on demonstrating accelerating electron beam injected from linac in plasma accelerator driven by CO2 laser

Summary

The project will explore a large (e.g. psec or 0.5 mm) length of “bubble” in CO2-laser driven plasma wake-field accelerator. Injecting of an external high quality electron bunch with duration ~ 10 fsec synchronized with the “bubble” would allow us to accelerate high quality electron beams with energy stability and spread reaching towards 1E-4. We rely on CO2-laser power upgrades that are in progress at BNL. We present our considerations for visible diagnostics, plasma source with ramp-up and ramp-down density profiles and the electron bunch compressor to 10 fsec with emittance preservation. We present current status of the project and first experiments planned for 2016.

This project is supported by DoE HEP office grant #215125.

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Primary author

Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko (StonyBrook University)

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