17th Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop

from Sunday, 31 July 2016 (17:00) to Friday, 5 August 2016 (18:00)
Gaylord Hotel and Conference Center (Woodrow Wilson)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
31 Jul 2016
1 Aug 2016
2 Aug 2016
3 Aug 2016
4 Aug 2016
5 Aug 2016
AM
08:15
Welcome -Dr. Daniel Gordon (Naval Research Laboratory) (until 08:30) (Woodrow Wilson)
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08:30
Plenary -Dr. Daniel Gordon (Naval Research Laboratory) (until 10:00) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:30 Advanced Accelerator Concepts R&D at DOE-HEP - Dr. LK Len (U.S. Department of Energy)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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08:50 Accelerator Science at NSF - Dr. Vyacheslav Lukin (National Science Foundation)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:00 Overview of Advanced Accelerator Concepts - Prof. James Rosenzweig (UCLA)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
09:30 Advanced Acceleration Experiments at FACET: High-gradient acceleration and injection in plasmas and dielectrics - Dr. Mark Hogan (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
10:00 --- Coffee ---
10:30
Plenary -Prof. Mike Downer (The University of Texas at Austin) (until 12:00) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
10:30 Staging of Laser Plasma Accelerators - Dr. Sven Steinke (LBNL)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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11:00 Roadmap towards a future plasma-based collider - Eric Esarey (LBNL)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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11:30 High-average-power, ultra-intense laser technology for laser plasma acceleration - Dr. Jonathan Zuegel (Univ. of Rochester, Laboratory for Laser Energetics) Dr. Peter Moulton (MIT Lincoln Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:15
Announcements -Dr. Daniel Gordon (Naval Research Laboratory) (until 08:30) (Woodrow Wilson)
08:30
Plenary -Dr. Helle Michael (US Naval Research Laboratory) (until 10:00) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:30 Laser Acceleration of Ions in Plasma - Dr. Antonio Ting (Naval Research Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:00 Reaching for highest beam intensities using laser accelerated ions together with conventional accelerator components - Dr. Dennis Schumacher (GSI)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:30 Ion acceleration from laser-plasma interactions - Dr. Frederico Fiuza (SLAC)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
10:00 --- Coffee ---
10:30
WG1 -Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
10:30 On the possibilities of LWFA in the self-guided nonlinear blowout regime for 15-100 Joule lasers - Dr. Asher Davidson (UCLA)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
10:50 Multi-GeV scale electron acceleration with self guided laser wakefield accelerators - Mr. Kristjan Poder (Imperial College London)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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11:10 Recent progress on laser plasma physics and advanced accelerator research at Tsinghua University: experiment and simulation - Prof. Chih-Hao Pai (Department of Engineering Physics, Tsinghua University)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
11:30 Relativistically self-guided laser pulses and spatio-temporal vortices - Mr. George Hine (University of Maryland College Park)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
10:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 12:00) (Baltimore 2)
10:30 Comparison of Quasi-3D and Full-3D OSIRIS simulations of ionization and density downramp injection - Mr. Thamine Dalichaouch (UCLA)   (Baltimore 2)
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10:50 HOM ABSORBER STUDY BY PHOTON DIFFRACTION MODEL - Dr. CHEN XU (BNL)   (Baltimore 2)
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11:10 Simulations of high-gradient dielectric laser acceleration - Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation)   (Baltimore 2)
11:30 Discussion   (Baltimore 2)
10:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 3)
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10:30 High gradient mm-wave metallic accelerating structures - Dr. Massimo Dal Forno (SLAC)   (Annapolis 3)
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11:00 Millimeter and Sub-Millimeter Wave High-Gradient Accelerating Structures - Dr. Sergey Kuzikov (Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Euclid Techlabs LLC.)   (Annapolis 3)
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11:20 Demonstration of The Complete Multipactor Suppression for a Standing Wave Dielectric-Loaded Accelerating Structure With An Axial DC Magnetic Field Applied - Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 3)
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11:40 The Nonlinear Structure of Multipactor * - Prof. Rami Kishek (University of Maryland)   (Annapolis 3)
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10:30
WG4 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 1)
10:30 Long-range attraction of an ultrarelativistic electron beam by a column of neutral plasma - Mr. Carl Andreas Lindstrom (University of Oslo)   (Annapolis 1)
10:48 Acceleration of High-Charge Low-Emittance Electron Beam in a Plasma Wakefield Accelerator via Ionization Injection - Mr. Navid Vafaei-Najafabadi (UCLA)   (Annapolis 1)
11:06 Emittance Match and Evolution within Plasma Wakefield Acceleration - Joel Frederico (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Annapolis 1)
11:24 Cherenkov radiation and surface wave accelerator based on silicon carbide(SWABSiC) - Mr. Tianhong Wang (University of Texas at Austin)   (Annapolis 1)
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11:42 Beam-driven plasma acceleration at SPARC_LAB - Dr. Riccardo Pompili (INFN)   (Annapolis 1)
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10:30
WG5 - manoel conde (ANL) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 2)
10:30 Advances in Electron Source Design - Dr. Nathan Moody (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 2)
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10:50 Structured electron beams from nano-engineered cathodes - Mr. Anusorn Lueangaramwong (Northern Illinois University)   (Annapolis 2)
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11:10 Robust, High-Efficiency, Long-Life Photocathodes - Dr. R. Lawrence Ives (Calabazas Creek Research, Inc.)   (Annapolis 2)
11:30 Ultrashort, high brightness beams at low charge from RF photoinjectors - Dr. Jared Maxson (UCLA)   (Annapolis 2)
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10:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 12:00) (Baltimore 1)
10:30 Intense Ion, Neutron and X-rays Beams from relativistic Laser-matter interaction - Prof. Markus Roth (Technische Universität Darmstadt)   (Baltimore 1)
11:00 Laser proton acceleration from liquid crystal films of different thicknesses with ultra-high laser contrast - Mrs. Lieselotte Obst (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)   (Baltimore 1)
11:20 Particle acceleration from laser-driven electrostatic shock waves - Arthur Pak (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   (Baltimore 1)
11:40 Laser acceleration of protons with an optically shaped, near-critical hydrogen gas target - Yu-hsin Chen (Research Support Instruments, Inc.)   (Baltimore 1)
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10:30
WG7 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) (until 12:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
10:30 Probing Warm Dense Matter with Betatron X-ray Radiation at LCLS - Dr. Félicie Albert (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
10:45 Imaging of biologic samples using betatron radiation - Dr. Nelson Lopes (Imperial College London)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:00 Laser-accelerated comb-like electron beams as a source of pulsed polychromatic gamma-rays. - Dr. Serge Kalmykov (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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summary
11:15 Narrow bandwidth Thomson photon source development using Laser-Plasma Accelerators - Dr. Cameron Geddes (LBNL)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:30 Production of 10-75 MeV Compton Gamma-rays from a 1-2 GeV Laser Wakefield Accelerator - Mr. Joseph M. Shaw (The University of Texas at Austin)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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10:30
WG8 -Prof. Almantas Galvanauskas (University of Michigan) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 4)
10:30 Transition of the BELLA PW laser system towards a Collaborative Research Facility in Laser Plasma Science - Dr. Csaba Toth (LBNL)   (Annapolis 4)
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10:55 Status and Plans for the Accelerator Test Facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory - Dr. Mark Palmer (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 4)
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11:20 Review of present and upcoming experimental opportunities offered by ATF electron beamlines - Dr. Fedurin Mikhail (BNL ATF)   (Annapolis 4)
08:15
Announcements (until 08:30) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:30
Plenary -Prof. Karl Krushelnick (University of Michigan) (until 10:00) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:30 Relativistic self-channeling and spatio-temporal optical vortices - Prof. Howard Milchberg (University of Maryland)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:00 Probing plasma wakefield using femtosecond relativistic electron bunches - Dr. Chaojie Zhang (Tsinghua University)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
09:30 Self-Mapping the longitudinal field structure of a nonlinear plasma accelerator cavity - Dr. Chris Clayton (UCLA)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
10:00 --- Coffee ---
10:30
WG1 -Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
10:30 Few-cycle Optical Probing of Laser Wakefield Acceleration Experiments - Mr. Matthew Schwab (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Institute for Optics and Quantum Electronics)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
10:50 Plasma-driven ultrashort bunch diagnostics - Irene Dornmair (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science and Department of Physics, University of Hamburg (CFEL/UHH))   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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11:10 Plasma control and diagnostics for 10 GeV on BELLA - Mr. Joost Daniels (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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11:30 Commissioning of the LUX Beamline for Laser-Plasma Driven Undulator Radiation - Andreas R. Maier (CFEL / Hamburg University)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
10:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 12:00) (Baltimore 2)
10:30 Deriving Numerical Models from Action Principles - Prof. B. A. Shadwick (UNL)   (Baltimore 2)
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10:50 Pushing Particles in Extreme Fields - Dr. Daniel Gordon (Naval Research Laboratory)   (Baltimore 2)
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summary
11:10 GPU Acceleration of Particle-In-Cell Methods - Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation)   (Baltimore 2)
11:30 Discussion   (Baltimore 2)
10:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 3)
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10:30 X-band photonic band gap accelerating structures with elliptical rods and improved wakefield suppression. - Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 3)
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10:50 Low-Cost, High-Efficiency Magnetron-Based RF System for Accelerator Applications - Dr. R. Lawrence Ives (Calabazas Creek Research, Inc.)   (Annapolis 3)
11:10 100 kW CW Highly-Efficient Multi-Beam Klystron for a Future Electron-Ion Collider - Dr. Sergey Shchelkunov (Yale University)   (Annapolis 3)
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11:30 PARTIALLY-GROUNDED DEPRESSED BEAM COLLECTOR - Dr. Sergey Shchelkunov (Yale University)   (Annapolis 3)
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10:30
WG4 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 1)
10:30 Dielectric Wakefield Accelerator to Drive the Future FEL Light Source - Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 1)
10:48 FLASHForward - Beam-driven plasma wakefield acceleration at DESY - Mr. Jan-Patrick Schwinkendorf (Universität Hamburg / DESY)   (Annapolis 1)
11:06 Prospects of ultralow emittance electron beams from hybrid plasma accelerators for HEP - Prof. Bernhard Hidding (University of Strathclyde / SCAPA / The Cockcroft Institute)   (Annapolis 1)
11:24 FACET-II Status and Outlook - vitaly yakimenko (slac)   (Annapolis 1)
11:42 Evolution of an electron witness beam in a proton driven plasma accelerator section - Ms. Veronica K. Berglyd Olsen (University of Oslo)   (Annapolis 1)
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10:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 12:00) (Baltimore 1)
10:30 Proton Acceleration in a Slow Wakefield - Mr. Joshua Isaacs (University of Maryland)   (Baltimore 1)
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10:50 Discussions   (Baltimore 1)
10:30
WG7 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) (until 12:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
10:30 Integrable RCS as a proposed replacement for Fermilab Booster - Dr. Jeffrey Eldred (Fermilab)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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10:45 Construction of the Non-linear Insert for the IOTA Ring - Dr. Finn O'Shea (RadiaBeam Technologies)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:00 Understanding perturbations to the nonlinear integrable optics in IOTA - Dr. Nathan Cook (RadiaSoft LLC)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:15 The University of Maryland Electron Ring distributed octupole lattice: marrying quasi-integrable optics with the FODO lattice. - Ms. Kiersten Ruisard (University of Maryland)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:30 Compact, Energy Efficient Superconducting Asymmetric ERL for Ultra-high Fluxes of X-ray and THz Radiation - Dr. Ivan Konoplev (JAI, Department of Physics, University of Oxford)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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10:30
WG8 -Prof. Almantas Galvanauskas (University of Michigan) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 4)
10:30 Light optics simulation for optical stochaistic experiment at Integrable optics test accelerator - Dr. Jinhao Ruan (Fermi National accelerator lab)   (Annapolis 4)
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10:55 Modelling Space Charge Effects of High-Energy Proton and Ion Machines with Low-Energy Electrons in UMER - Dr. Santiago Bernal (IREAP, University of Maryland)   (Annapolis 4)
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11:20 Design Considerations for Plasma Channel Lenses - Dr. Richard Hubbard (Naval Research Laboratory)   (Annapolis 4)
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11:45 Ionization and Pulse Front Tilt Effects on Laser Propagation - Mr. Daniel Mittelberger (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 4)
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08:15
Announcements (until 08:30) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:30
Plenary -Dr. Wei Gai (Argonne National Lab) (until 10:00) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:30 Inverse free electron laser acceleration for compact light sources - Joseph Duris (SLAC)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:00 E-beam interaction with high frequency structures: from THz generation to beam phase space manipulation - Dr. sergey antipov (Euclid Techlabs)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:30 Effect of macroscopic geometry on microscopic field emission - Dr. Faya Wang (SLAC National Accelerator Lab)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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10:00 --- Coffee ---
10:30
WG1 -Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
10:30 Gas density structure of supersonic flows impinged on by thin blades for laser-plasma accelerators - Dr. Hann-Shin Mao (LBNL)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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10:50 MeV electron acceleration at 1 kHz with <10 mJ laser pulses - Fatholah Salehi (University of Maryland)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
11:10 Shock-Front Injection for Laser Plasma Acceleration - Ms. Kelly Swanson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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11:30 Control and steering of quasi-monoenergetic electron beams from laser plasma accelerators - Dr. Hai-En Tsai (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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10:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 12:00) (Baltimore 2)
10:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 3)
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10:30 Ultra-High Gradient Channeling Acceleration in Nanostructures: Design and Progress of the Proof-Of-Concept (POC) Experiments - Prof. YOUNG-MIN SHIN (Northern Illinois University/Fermilab)   (Annapolis 3)
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10:50 High power CW cyclotron autoresonance accelerator - Prof. Jay Hirshfield (Yale University)   (Annapolis 3)
11:10 Advantages of Artificial Materials for Structure Based Laser Acceleration - Mrs. Adi Hanuka (Technion)   (Annapolis 3)
11:30 Numerical study of dielectric laser acceleration of nonrelativistic electrons with colonnade structure - Mr. Zhaofu Chen (The Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management, The University of Tokyo)   (Annapolis 3)
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11:50 --- Group's discussion and adjourn. ---
10:30
WG4 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 1)
10:30 A Hamiltonian Perturbation Theory for Plasma Wakes - Stephen Webb (RadiaSoft, LLC)   (Annapolis 1)
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10:52 Wake excited in plasma by an ultra-relativistic point-like bunch - Gennady Stupakov (SLAC)   (Annapolis 1)
11:14 Mitigation of the hose instability in plasma-wakefield accelerators - Dr. Timon Mehrling (University of Hamburg/DESY and Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon)   (Annapolis 1)
11:36 Self-loading in a positron beam driven plasma wakefield accelerator - Dr. Weiming An (University of California Los Angeles)   (Annapolis 1)
10:30
WG5 - manoel conde (ANL) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 2)
10:30 Nondestructive Proton Beam Transverse Position and Profile Monitor - Dr. Sergey Shchelkunov (Yale University)   (Annapolis 2)
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10:50 Non-destructive picocoulomb charge measurements for laser plasma accelerators - Kei Nakamura (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 2)
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10:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 12:00) (Baltimore 1)
10:30
WG7 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) (until 12:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
10:30 Tapering-Enhanced Stimulated Superradiant Amplification - Pietro Musumeci (UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
10:45 Development of the two-stream instability in a single bunch - Dr. Nikolai Yampolsky (LANL)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:00 Enhanced multi-MeV photon emission by a laser-driven electron beam in a self-generated magnetic field - Dr. Alexey Arefiev (University of Texas)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:15 OPTIMIZATION OF GAMMA PHOTON BEAMS GENERATION USING ULTRA HIGH INTENSITY LASERS TO STUDY THE TWO-PHOTON BREIT-WHEELER PAIR GENERATION PROCESS - Prof. Emmanuel d'Humières (University of Bordeaux)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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11:30 Depletion of intense fields - Dr. Stepan Bulanov (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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10:30
WG8 -Prof. Almantas Galvanauskas (University of Michigan) (until 12:00) (Annapolis 4)
10:30 Novel Methods for Production of Energetic Picosecond 10 micron Pulses in OP CPA - Dr. Sergei Tochitsky (UCLA)   (Annapolis 4)
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10:55 Nonlinear optical compression of high-power, 10 µm CO2 laser pulses in gases and semiconductors - Mr. Jeremy Pigeon (UCLA)   (Annapolis 4)
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11:20 Generation of High Power, Picosecond Mid-infrared Pulses Using Backwards Raman Amplification - Dr. Luke Johnson (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)   (Annapolis 4)
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08:00
Announcements (until 08:05) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:05
Plenary -Dr. David Bruhwiler (RadiaSoft LLC) (until 09:35) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
08:05 Gigavolt-per-meter Gradients in a Dielectric Wakefield Accelerator - Dr. Brendan O'Shea (SLAC National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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08:35 Challenges in computer simulations to the exascale - Prof. Ricardo Fonseca (ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:05 Free Electron Lasers driven by Laser Plasma Accelerators - Jeroen van Tilborg (LBNL)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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09:35 --- Coffee ---
10:00
Plenary -Dr. Dave Sutter (University of Maryland, IREAP) (until 11:30) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
10:00 WG1: Improved electron beam quality from shock-induced density downramp injection - Ms. Kelly Swanson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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10:10 WG2: Stable modeling of relativistically drifting plasmas - Mr. Kirchen Manuel (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science &amp; Department of Physics, University of Hamburg, 22761 Hamburg, Germany)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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10:20 WG3: Increasing the capture rate of the Rubicon inverse free electron laser - Nicholas Sudar (UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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10:30 WG4: Transverse evolution of positron beams accelerating in hollow plasma channel non-linear wakefields - Ms. Ligia Diana Amorim (IST)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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10:40 WG5: Continuous-flow operation of LWFA targets - Mr. Niels Delbos (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science &amp; Department of Physics, University of Hamburg)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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10:50 WG6: Critical density target design for ion acceleration on the T-cubed laser - Mr. Peter Kordell (University of Michigan)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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11:00 WG7: Production of 10-75 MeV Compton gamma-rays from a GeV laser-plasma electron accelerator - Mr. Joseph M. Shaw (The University of Texas at Austin)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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11:10 WG8: Generation of energetic picosecond seed pulses for CO2 laser using Raman shifter - Eric Welch (University of California, Los Angeles)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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11:30
WG Summary (until 12:20) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
11:30 WG2 (Computations) Summary - Dr. Carlo Benedetti (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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11:50 WG6 (Ion Acceleration) Summary - Dr. Stepan Bulanov (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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PM
18:00 --- Reception ---
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:30
Plenary -Dr. Félicie Albert (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) (until 15:00) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
13:30 The Horizon2020 EuPRAXIA Project - Dr. Ralph Assmann (DESY)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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14:00 Longitudinal Bunch Shaping via an Emittance Exchange Beamline. - John Power (Argonne)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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14:30 Manipulating Electrons with Intense Laser Pulses - Prof. Victor MALKA (LOA (ENSTA, Ecole polytechnique, CNRS) and Weizmann Institute of Science)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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15:00 --- Coffee ---
15:30
WG1 -Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
15:30 Demonstration of the Excitation and Control of Plasma Wakefields by Multiple Laser Pulses - Prof. Simon Hooker (University of Oxford)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
15:50 Interaction Between Laser Pulses and Trailing Wakefields Intersecting at Small Angle for LWFA Charge Yield Enhancement - Kathleen Weichman (University of Texas at Austin)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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16:10 Electron Acceleration by Laser Driven Plasma Wave Excited by Cross-Focused q-Gaussian Laser Beams in Thermal Quantum Plasma - Prof. Arvinder Singh Singh (National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar(Pb), INDIA)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
16:30 GigaGauss solenoidal magnetic fields in plasma bubble and fast synchrotron radiation emittance cooling of laser-plasma accelerated beam - Prof. Andrei Seryi (John Adams Institute)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
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15:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 17:00) (Chesapeake L)
15:30 Stable Modelling of Relativistic Plasmas with the Particle-In-Cell method - Mr. Manuel Kirchen (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science & Department of Physics, University of Hamburg, 22761 Hamburg, Germany)   (Chesapeake L)
15:50 Controlling the Numerical Cerenkov Instability in PIC simulations using a customized finite difference Maxwell solver and a local FFT based current correction - Mr. Fei Li (Tsinghua University)   (Chesapeake L)
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16:10 Efficient modeling of laser-plasma accelerators with INF&RNO - Dr. Carlo Benedetti (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Chesapeake L)
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summary
15:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 3)
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15:30 --- Introduction and group's charge ---
15:50 Recent demonstration of record high gradients in dielectric laser accelerating structures - Dr. Kent Wootton (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Annapolis 3)
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16:20 Elements of a dielectric laser accelerator - Dr. Joshua McNeur (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU))   (Annapolis 3)
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16:40 Dielectric laser accelerators for subrelativistic electrons - Andrew Ceballos (Stanford)   (Annapolis 3)
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15:30
WG4 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 1)
15:30 Acceleration of a Positron Witness Beam in a Hollow Channel Plasma Wakefield Accelerator - Dr. Spencer Gessner (SLAC National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 1)
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15:52 Experimental Measurement of the Hollow Channel PWFA Transverse Instability Growth Rate - Mr. Carl Andreas Lindstrom (University of Oslo)   (Annapolis 1)
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16:14 Multi-GeV acceleration of positrons in strongly nonlinear and self-loaded plasma wakes - Prof. Sebastien Corde (Ecole Polytechnique)   (Annapolis 1)
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16:36 Acceleration of a distinct trailing positron bunch in a mildly nonlinear plasma wake - Antoine Doche (Ecole Polytechnique)   (Annapolis 1)
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15:30
WG5 - manoel conde (ANL) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 2)
15:30 THz Based Phase-space Manipulation of Electron Bunches - Emma Curry (UCLA)   (Annapolis 2)
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15:50 Collective Effects in the Phase-Space Manipulation of a Low Energy Electron Beam - Yine Sun (Argonne National Lab.)   (Annapolis 2)
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16:10 A Fast Kicker Using a Two-Channel Rectangular Dielectric Wakefield Accelerator Structure - Dr. Sergey Shchelkunov (Yale University)   (Annapolis 2)
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16:30 Transport and phase space manipulation of laser plasma accelerated electron beams - Dr. Samuel Barber (LBNL)   (Annapolis 2)
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15:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 17:00) (Chesapeake K)
15:30 Introduction - Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) Dr. Stepan Bulanov (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Chesapeake K)
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15:50 Laser-driven ion acceleration using truly mass-limited targets - Prof. Malte Kaluza (University of Jena)   (Chesapeake K)
16:20 Ion acceleration from ultra-thin relativistically transparent foils - Mr. George Hicks (Imperial College London)   (Chesapeake K)
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16:40 High-contrast laser-proton acceleration from condensed hydrogen jet - Dr. Karl Zeil (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)   (Chesapeake K)
15:30
WG7 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) (until 17:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
15:45 High Brightness Gamma-Ray Production at Fermilab FAST Facility - Daniel Mihalcea (Northern Illinois University)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
16:00 CO2 laser driven Compton scattering for future applications spanning from compact radiation sources to linear colliders - Dr. Igor Pogorelsky (BNL)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
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16:15 Redshifting and harmonic radiation in the nonlinear Laser-Thomson scattering interaction - Dr. Arie Irman (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
16:30 Optimization of Compton source Performance through Electron Beam Shaping - Mr. Alexander Malyzhenkov (LANL)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
16:45 High Duty Cycle Inverse Compton Scattering X-ray Source - Dr. Alex Murokh (RadiaBeam Technologies, LLC.)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
15:30
WG8 -Dr. Eduardo Granados (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 4)
15:30 Solid State Lasers and Applications Proposed for Brookhaven’s ATF-II - Mr. Marcus Babzien (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 4)
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15:55 Diagnostics and controls of temporal and spatiotemporal distortions for petawatt class laser plasma accelerators - Kei Nakamura (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
16:20 Integrating the ANGUS 200 TW Laser Into the Accelerator Infrastructure at DESY - Andreas R. Maier (CFEL / Hamburg University)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
17:00
Tutorial 1 - Carl Schroeder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 18:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
17:00 Laser-Plasma Accelerators - Carl Schroeder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
17:00
Tutorial 2 -Prof. Phillip Sprangle (University of Maryland) (until 18:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
17:00 Particle Acceleration and Coherent Radiation Generation - Prof. Phillip Sprangle (University of Maryland)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
Slides
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:30
WG1 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 15:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
13:30 Low Density Plasma Channels Created by Hydrodynamic Expansion of OFI-heated Plasma Columns - Prof. Simon Hooker (University of Oxford)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
Slides
13:50 High quality electron bunch generation using a longitudinal density-tailored plasma-based accelerator in the blowout regime - Dr. Xinlu Xu (University of California, Los Angeles)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
Slides
14:10 Unique acceleration properties in a few skin-depth Ion-wake channel with a near-hollow profile - Dr. Aakash Sahai (Imperial College London)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
14:30 Electron density determination via broadening and shift of spectral lines - Mr. Lars Goldberg (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
14:45 Beam energy and quality transformer: Using LWFA electron beams for PWFA - Mr. Oliver Simon Karger (Department for Experimental Physics, University of Hamburg)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
13:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 15:00) (Baltimore 2)
13:30 Fast Multipole Method for Coulomb Interaction and Other Non-Oscillating Interaction Using Cartesian Tensor and Differential Algebra - Dr. He Zhang (Jefferson Lab)   (Baltimore 2)
13:50 New algorithm for dynamical friction ​of ions in a magnetized electron beam - Dr. David Bruhwiler (RadiaSoft LLC)   (Baltimore 2)
Slides
14:10 Modeling Electron Cloud Dynamics in High-Frequency Accelerators - Dr. Seth Veitzer (Tech-X Corporation)   (Baltimore 2)
14:30 Discussion   (Baltimore 2)
13:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 15:00) (Annapolis 3)
slides
13:30 Dielectric laser acceleration and focusing using short-pulse lasers with an arbitrary laser phase distribution - Dr. Kent Wootton (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Annapolis 3)
Slides
13:50 Acceleration and dephasing in high gradient dielectric laser acceleration - David Cesar (UCLA)   (Annapolis 3)
Slides
14:10 Diamond field emitter array cathodes and possibilities of employing additive manufacturing for dielectric laser accelerating structures. - Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 3)
Slides
14:30 Dielectric CO2-Laser Accelerator - Prof. Levi Schachter (Technion)   (Annapolis 3)
13:30
WG5 - manoel conde (ANL) (until 15:00) (Annapolis 2)
13:30 Ampere-class, high quality RF electron source - Xiangyun Chang (FAR-TECH, Inc.)   (Annapolis 2)
Paper
Slides
13:50 Concepts of a Short Wavelength RF Gun - Dr. Sergey Kuzikov (Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Euclid Techlabs LLC.)   (Annapolis 2)
Slides
14:10 New capabilities of the Coherent electron Cooling system at RHIC - Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko (StonyBrook University)   (Annapolis 2)
Slides
14:30 Installation and Commissioning of an Ultrafast Electron Diffraction Facility as Part of the ATF-II Upgrade - Dr. Fedurin Mikhail (BNL ATF)   (Annapolis 2)
13:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 15:00) (Baltimore 1)
13:30 Quasi Mono-Energetic Ion Acceleration from Mass-Limited Targets with Realistic Laser Contrast - Mr. Axel Huebl (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf, Technische Universitaet Dresden)   (Baltimore 1)
14:00 Physical mechanism of the transverse instability in radiation pressure ion acceleration - Mr. Yang Wan (Tsinghua)   (Baltimore 1)
Slides
14:20 Laser-plasma interaction effects in optically-shaped long scale-length plasmas for Ion acceleration - Dr. Aakash Sahai (Imperial College London)   (Baltimore 1)
14:40 Strong field electrodynamics of a thin foil - Dr. Stepan Bulanov (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Baltimore 1)
Slides
13:30
WG7 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) (until 15:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
13:30 Tunable multicolor radiation from inverse Compton scattering with plasma wakefield accelerated electrons - Mr. Paul Scherkl (University of Strathclyde)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
13:45 Scaling EUV and X-ray Thomson Sources to Optical Free-Electron Laser Operation with Traveling-Wave Thomson Scattering - Dr. Alexander Debus (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
Slides
14:00 Plasma channel undulator using higher-order laser modes - Dr. Sergey Rykovanov (Helmholtz Institute Jena)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
14:15 A 30 GHz Flying Electromagnetic Undulator - Dr. Sergey Kuzikov (Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Euclid Techlabs LLC.)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
Slides
13:30
WG8 -Dr. Eduardo Granados (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) (until 15:00) (Annapolis 4)
13:30 Progress in Coherent Pulse Stacking: A Pathway Toward Compact kHz Repetition Rate LPA Drivers - John Ruppe (University of Michigan)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
13:55 Interferometer design and controls for pulse stacking in high power fiber lasers - Russell Wilcox (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
15:00 --- Coffee ---
15:30
WG1 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
15:30 Electron beams and synchrotron radiation from laser wakefield accelerators for applications - Prof. Karl Krushelnick (University of Michigan)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
15:45 Betatron radiation produced in wakefield accelerators driven by lasers with orbital angular momentum - Ms. Joana Luis Martins (GoLP / IPFN, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
Slides
16:00 Production of High Energy MeV Gamma Rays through Inverse Compton Scattering - Keegan Behm (University of Michigan)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
Slides
16:15 X-ray beam source from a Self-modulated laser wakefield accelerator - Mr. Nuno Lemos (UCLA)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
16:30 Laser-plasma-based Space Radiation Reproduction and Testing in the Laboratory - Prof. Bernhard Hidding (University of Strathclyde / SCAPA / The Cockcroft Institute)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
16:45 Effect of experimental laser imperfections on laser wakefield acceleration and betatron source - Mr. Julien Ferri (CEA, DAM, DIF)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
Slides
15:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 17:00) (Baltimore 2)
15:30 Poster introductions   (Baltimore 2)
16:00 Discussion   (Baltimore 2)
15:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 3)
slides
15:30
WG4 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) (until 17:02) (Annapolis 1)
15:30 Room temperature gas plasma source for beam-driven PWFA - Dr. Michael Litos (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Annapolis 1)
15:48 Optical visualization of e-beam-driven plasma wakefield accelerators - Dr. Rafal Zgadzaj (University of Texas at Austin)   (Annapolis 1)
16:06 Fragmentation Dynamics of Gases and their Impact on Plasma Wakefield Acceleration - Dr. Lucas Schaper (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY)   (Annapolis 1)
16:24 Using PWFA for fusion plasma heating - vitaly yakimenko (slac)   (Annapolis 1)
16:42 High gradient positron acceleration by quasi-neutral fireball beams in plasmas - Dr. Timon Mehrling (University of Hamburg/DESY and Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon)   (Annapolis 1)
15:30
WG5 - manoel conde (ANL) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 2)
15:30 Faraday Rotation Diagnostics of Electron Bunches Within a GeV Laser-Plasma Accelerator - Mr. Yenyu Chang (UT Austin)   (Annapolis 2)
Slides
15:50 Broadband All-Optical Streak Camera Diagnostics of Laser Wakefield Accelerators - Mr. Yenyu Chang (The University of Texas at Austin)   (Annapolis 2)
16:10 Continuous Flow Operation of LWFA Targets - Mr. Niels Delbos (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science &amp; Department of Physics, University of Hamburg)   (Annapolis 2)
15:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 17:00) (Baltimore 1)
15:30 Evolution of fast electrons generated during interaction of high intensity laser with structured targets - Prof. Arie Zigler (Hebrew University)   (Baltimore 1)
16:00 Electron acceleration by high-intensity picosecond laser pulses - Dr. Louise Willingale (Lancaster University)   (Baltimore 1)
16:20 Plasma mirrors as diagnostic for basic plasma parameters - Dr. Sven Steinke (LBNL)   (Baltimore 1)
Slides
16:40 Signatures of Magnetic Vortex Acceleration from a Gas Foil - Dr. Michael Helle (US Naval Research Laboratory)   (Baltimore 1)
Slides
15:30
WG8 -Dr. Eduardo Granados (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 4)
15:30 The efficient generation of radially polarised beams by coherent combination of high order fibre waveguide modes - Dr. Laura Corner (John Adams Institute, Oxford University)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
15:50 Coherent combination of fibre lasers – Towards real world applications. - Mr. Peter Tudor (University of Oxford Physics)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
17:30
Posters & Reception -Dr. Daniel Gordon (Naval Research Laboratory) (until 19:30) (Woodrow Wilson A)
12:00 --- Lunch ---
14:00 --- Social Event ---
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:30
WG1 -Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 15:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
13:50 CO2 Laser-Driven Self-Modulated Laser Wakefield Experiment at ATF/BNL - Mr. James Welch (University of Texas at Austin)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
14:10 Mid-IR lasers for energy frontier plasma accelerators - Dr. Igor Pogorelsky (BNL)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
Slides
14:30 Project towards CO2-laser-driven wake-field accelerator with external injection - Prof. Vladimir Litvinenko (StonyBrook University)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
Slides
14:50 Discussion: The future of CO2 lasers for LWFA   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
13:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 15:00) (Baltimore 2)
13:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 15:00) (Annapolis 3)
slides
13:30
WG4 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) (until 15:00) (Annapolis 1)
13:30 Structure-based, high-transformer-ratio, collinear, two-beam accelerator - Prof. Jay Hirshfield (Yale University)   (Annapolis 1)
13:52 Beam manipulation and acceleration using dielectric-lined waveguides - Gerard Andonian (RadiaBeam &amp; UCLA)   (Annapolis 1)
14:14 Towards a Practical Multi-Meter Long Dielectric Wakefield Accelerator: Problems and Solutions. - Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Annapolis 1)
Slides
14:36 Two Beam Acceleration and Staging at the AWA Facility - Manoel Conde (ANL)   (Annapolis 1)
13:30
WG5 - manoel conde (ANL) (until 15:00) (Annapolis 2)
13:30 Conceptual design of non-destructive, time profile monitor for femtosecond-long electron bunches - Dr. Ivan Konoplev (JAI, Department of Physics, University of Oxford)   (Annapolis 2)
Slides
13:50 Plasma based diagnostic for characterising high-field ultra-short FEL electron bunches - Dr. Roxana Tarkeshian (Research Fellow)   (Annapolis 2)
14:10 Ultrananocrystalline diamond field emission electron sources for accelerator injectors - Dr. Alexei Kanareykin (Euclid TechLabs)   (Annapolis 2)
14:30 Extreme ultraviolet transition radiation beam profile monitor - Dr. Alex Murokh (RadiaBeam Technologies, LLC.)   (Annapolis 2)
Slides
13:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 15:00) (Baltimore 1)
13:30
WG7 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) (until 15:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
13:30 Double Emittance Exchanger as a Bunch Compressor for the MaRIE XFEL electron beam line at 1GeV - Mr. Alexander Malyzhenkov (LANL)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
13:45 Particle Confinement by a Radially Polarized Laser Bessel Beam - Prof. Levi Schachter (Technion)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
14:00 Concave Relativistic Plasma Mirrors for Advanced Accelerator Applications - Prof. Mike Downer (The University of Texas at Austin)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
Slides
summary
14:15 OPTIMIZATION OF RADIATION GENERATION IN THE INTERACTION OF HIGH INTENSITY SHORT PULSE LASERS WITH SNAIL-SHAPED TARGETS - Prof. Emmanuel d'Humières (University of Bordeaux)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
Slides
14:30 Simulation of High-Power Tunable Laser Pulse Driven Terahertz Generation in Corrugated Plasma Waveguides - Mr. Chenlong Miao (IREAP, University of Maryland, College Park)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
Slides
15:00 --- Coffee ---
15:30
WG1 -Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Woodrow Wilson CD)
15:30 High Energy Electron Acceleration from Underdense Plasmas Using OMEGA EP Laser - Mr. Thomas Batson (University of Michigan)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
15:50 Role of direct laser acceleration of electrons in a laser wakefield accelerator with ionization injection - Prof. Chan Joshi (University of California, Los Angeles)   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
16:10 WG1 General discussion   (Woodrow Wilson CD)
15:30
WG2 -Dr. Benjamin Cowan (Tech-X Corporation) (until 17:00) (Baltimore 2)
15:30
WG3 -Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 3)
slides
15:30
WG4 -Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 1)
15:30 Dark current mitigation in advanced plasma wakefield accelerators - Dr. Grace Manahan (University of Strathclyde)   (Annapolis 1)
Slides
15:52 Ultra-low emittance electron beams from density downramp assisted Trojan Horse PWFA. - Mr. Knetsch Alexander (University of Hamburg)   (Annapolis 1)
16:14 Angled laser triggered electron injection in the electron driven plasma wakefield acceleration scheme: A case study in a pursuit to increase tolerance levels, based on FACET II driver parameters. - Mr. Panagiotis Delinikolas (University of Strathclyde)   (Annapolis 1)
16:36 Progress and future plans on Trojan Horse-enabled ultrahigh brightness electron and photon sources - Dr. Grace Manahan (University of Strathclyde)   (Annapolis 1)
15:30
WG5 - manoel conde (ANL) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 2)
15:30
WG6 -Prof. Farhat Beg (University of California San Diego) (until 17:00) (Baltimore 1)
15:30
WG7 - Bruce Carlsten (LANL) (until 17:00) (Woodrow Wilson B)
15:30 Nonlinear Raman backscattering in laser-plasma accelerators - Dr. Dmitri Kaganovich (Naval Research Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
15:45 X-Ray Characterisation by Energy Resolved Powder (XCERP) Diffraction - Mr. Gavin Cheung (University of Oxford)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
Slides
summary
16:00 Laser high-harmonic generation in cavitated plasma wakefields - Carl Schroeder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
16:15 Strong Terahertz Generation from Laser-Produced 2D-Plasma Sheets - Dr. Donghoon Kuk (University of Maryland)   (Woodrow Wilson B)
15:30
WG8 -Dr. Eduardo Granados (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Annapolis 4)
15:30 Laser Wakefield Programs at the BNL Accelerator Test Facility Moving Towards External Injection with CO2 Lasers - Dr. Christina Swinson (Brookhaven National Lab.)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
15:55 BESTIA (Brookhaven Experimental Supra-Terawatt Infrared at ATF) laser: A Status Report. - Dr. Mikhail Polyanskiy (Brookhaven National Laboratoty)   (Annapolis 4)
Slides
18:00 --- Banquet ---
12:20 --- Lunch ---
13:40
WG Summary (until 14:55) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
13:40 WG8 (Laser Tech) Summary - Prof. Almantas Galvanauskas (University of Michigan)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
14:05 WG4 (Beam Driven) Summary - Dr. Michael Litos (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Dr. Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs LLC/ Argonne National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
Slides
14:30 WG1 (LPA) Summary - Dr. Gonsalves Anthony (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
Slides
14:55 --- Coffee ---
15:25
WG Summary (until 16:40) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
15:25 WG7 (Radiation) Summary - Dr. Dmitri Kaganovich (Naval Research Laboratory) Dr. Alex Murokh (RadiaBeam Technologies, LLC.)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
15:50 WG5 (Sources&Diagnostics) Summary - manoel conde (ANL)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
Slides
16:15 WG3 (structures) Summary - Dr. Evgenya Simakov (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
Slides
16:40
Closing -Dr. Daniel Gordon (Naval Research Laboratory) (until 17:00) (Woodrow Wilson BCD)
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