24-30 September 2017
La Biodola, Isola d'Elba
Europe/Rome timezone

Toward a proof-of-principle experiment of Optical Stochastic Cooling

28 Sep 2017, 19:10
20m
SB2, Sala Bonaparte 2, HH

SB2, Sala Bonaparte 2, HH

talk WG3 - Electron Beams from Electromagnetic Structures, Including Dielectric and Laser-driven Structures WG3_Parallel

Speaker

Mr Matthew Andorf (Northern Illinois University)

Description

Owing to the superior bandwidth of amplifiers at optical wavelengths the Optical Stochastic Cooling (OSC) technique was first proposed more than 20 years ago as a radical improvement of the widely used Stochastic Cooling operating in the microwave regime. Fermilab is currently developing a proof-of-principle experiment of the OSC method using a 100-MeV electron beam circulating in the compact IOTA ring. The developed capabilities are generic and could have applications to optical manipulations of electron beams beyond OSC. This paper report on the development of an optical amplifier capable of amplifying undulator radiation along with simulations of the OSC insertion beamline.

Primary author

Mr Matthew Andorf (Northern Illinois University)

Co-authors

Dr Jinhao Ruan (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory) Dr Philipppe Piot (Northern Illinois University) Valeri Lebedev (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)

Presentation Materials