Mr Daniel Ullmann (University of Strathclyde)
Fully optically controlled underdense photocathode plasma accelerators (“Trojan Horse”) has the potential to produce electron bunches with outstanding beam parameters. High charge, ultra low emittance electron beams are generated in a highly tunable nature due to the purely optical injection process. This injection method has been demonstrated at the SLAC national Accelerator Laboratory during in the E210 experiment. 3D PIC simulations and experimental results of Trojan Horse injection in 90 degree geometry from this campaign are presented.
Dr Aihua Deng (UCLA) Mr Oliver Karger (University of Hamburg)
Ahmad Fahim Habib (University of Strathclyde) Mr Alexander Knetsch (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY) Mr Andrew Beaton (University of Strathclyde) Mr Andrew Sutherland (University of Strathclyde) Prof. Bernhard Hidding (University of Strathclyde / Hamburg) Dr Brendan O'Shea (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Mr Carl Andreas Lindstrøm (University of Oslo) Mr Daniel Ullmann (University of Strathclyde) David Bruhwiler (RadiaSoft LLC) Mr Georg Wittig (Universität Hamburg, CFEL) Prof. James Rosenzweig (UCLA) Mark Hogan (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Michael Litos (University of Colorado Boulder) Mr Paul Scherkl (University of Strathclyde) Thomas Heinemann (University of Strathclyde, DESY) Dr Vitaly Yakimenko (SLAC)