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FLS 2010 Workshop Program: Concepts for smaller, cheaper, better – C. Pellegrini (UCLA)

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Concepts for smaller, cheaper, better – C. Pellegrini (UCLA)


Panofsky Auditorium

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3/3/2010 9:30 AM

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3/3/2010 10:00 AM


Concepts for smaller, cheaper, better FELs. C. Pellegrini UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy The success of LCLS in reaching, and in fact going beyond, the design specifications, is a landmark achievement, reached after many years of R&D work. The beam parameters, like the pulse length and emittance, achieved at LCLS, open the way to new developments, for both hard and soft X-ray FELs. These results, when coupled to other advances in accelerator physics and technology and new undulator designs, might also allow a reduction of the overall cost of future X-ray FELs, making them more widely available to a larger scientific community. In this paper we outline and discuss some of the concepts that might lead to “smaller, cheaper, better FELs”, and try to identify some areas for future R&D.

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