Sep 24 – 30, 2017
La Biodola, Isola d'Elba
Europe/Rome timezone

LUX Electron Beam Optic

Sep 27, 2017, 7:30 PM
1h
Parking Area, Hotel Hermitage

Parking Area, Hotel Hermitage

poster WG5 - High-Gradient Plasma Structures/Advanced Beam Diagnostics Wine and Poster Session 2 (WG4-WG5-WG6-WG7)

Speaker

Mr Paul Winkler (DESY and CFEL, Universität Hamburg)

Description

The LUX experiment, built and operated by the University of Hamburg in close cooperation with DESY, produces laser-plasma electron bunches with 5 Hz repetition and is currently upgraded towards the generation of undulator radiation. Here, we present a beam optic for electron energies of 100-400 MeV with a modified, compact electro quadrupole doublet. The magnets feature a gap size as small as 12 mm, resulting in field gradients of up to 150 T/m, which allows capturing the beam 10cm behind the target and focusing it into a 5mm period undulator or an electron spectrometer, respectively. Special care was taken in the beam pipe design to ensure clip-free laser transport to the post target diagnostics. Based on this beam optics we will present our concepts to longitudinal phase space diagnostics using transition radiation.

Primary author

Mr Paul Winkler (DESY and CFEL, Universität Hamburg)

Co-authors

Andreas Maier (CFEL/UHH) Dr Bernhard Schmidt (DESY) Dr Jens Osterhoff (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY)

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