S2: Channeling & Radiation in Various Fields
- Stefano Redaelli (CERN)
72. Spectral Characteristics of Radiation from Thomson and Compton Scattering of an Intense Laser Field by Relativistic Electrons
Prof. Alexander Potylitsyn (Tomsk Polytechnic University)
10/9/14, 9:00 AM
The mechanisms of Thomson and Compton scattering under linear and nonlinear interactions between relativistic electrons and counter propagated intense laser wave are considered. The quantum consideration of the Compton scattering process allows to calculate a probability of a few successive collisions k of an electron with laser photons accompanying by absorption of n photons (nonlinear regime...
Prof. Karo Ispirian (A. Alikhanyan National Laboratory (Yerevan Physics Institute), Brothers Alikhanians, 2, Yerevan, 0036, Armenia)
10/9/14, 9:30 AM
It is given a short discussion of the existing publications  devoted to the analytical and numerical study of the motion of electrons in various laser fields as well as a consideration of the complicated expressions of the laser fields and relatively simple expressions which are satisfactory approximations corresponding to the measured intensity profiles of really existing beams. Then...
27. Unified Beam Dynamics and Radiation in Potential Channels Formed by Lasers of Arbitrary Polarisation.
Mr Evgenii Frolov (LPI RAS and NR TPU)
10/9/14, 10:00 AM
The questions of electron beam-laser interaction form a vast research area involving a great number of scientists all over the world. Thomson scattering, charged particles laser acceleration, laser wakefield acceleration and beam longitudinal phase space manipulation are probably the most popular aspects of laser-beam interaction research. Nevertheless more and more work these days is...
Dr Dennis Thomas Palmer (MI)
10/9/14, 10:15 AM
The Southern european Thomson source for Applied Research (STAR) project ultimate goal is to install, commission and operate a dedicated user facility that produces monochromatic tunable, ps-long, polarized X-ray beams, ranging from 20 to 140 keV. These X-rays will be devoted to peer reviewed experiments dealing with material science, artifacts of archeological significance and advanced...
Mr Xavier Artru (IPNL, Université de Lyon-I and CNRS/IN2P3)
10/9/14, 10:30 AM
Synchroton radiation and light escaping a bent optical fiber are very similar. In both cases the photons are emitted at some impact parameter (IP) away from the electron trajectory or from the fiber. The IP profile is a Airy function, the fringes of which are interferences between two emission points. Optical systems for observing these fringes are suggested.
135. Investigation of Optical Diffraction Radiation for Non-invasive Diagnostics in Circular Accelerators
Dr Pavel Karataev (Royal Holloway, Unviersity of London)
10/9/14, 10:45 AM
Diffraction Radiation (DR) is generated when a charged particle moves in the vicinity of a medium (e.g. passes through an opening in a conducting screen in vacuum). Non-invasive nature and a broad DR radiation spectrum enables to develop non-invasive beam diagnostics instrumentation for a variety of particle beam parameters, e.g. transverse beam size and position, emittance, bunch length, beam...