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Current Research at NLCTA

NLCTA is a 120 MeV high-brightness electron beam accelerator used for experiments on advanced beam manipulation and acceleration techniques. Visit our experiments page​, or the links below for more information.

Science at NLCTA

Echo-Enabled Harmonic Generation​​

Cascaded Longitudinal Space Charge Amplifier​​

Tunable, Narrowband THz Generation​

Single-Shot Coherent Diffraction Imaging​

EEHG for X-ray Vortex Generation​

Cascaded Optical Inverse Free-Electron Laser​


​​​Document Library (Contains original proposals - restricted access)

T-number Proposal Title Principal Investigator Institution Contact Link to Experiment Page
E-163 Dielectric Laser Acceleration Program R J England SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Joel England SLAC E163 Page
E-219 PHASER - Biological effectiveness of very high-energy electron radiation therapy – implications for a novel radiation treatment system for cancer Billy W. Loo Stanford University
E-220 Advanced IFEL bunching experiments at NLCTA P. Musumeci UCLA
E-221 High Gain X-band Active SLED-II Pulse Compression Experiment Jay Hirshfield Yale
E-223 Suppression of Spontaneous Undulator Radiation at NLCTA Daniel Ratner SLAC
E-229 XTA Cecille Limbourg SLAC
T-544 SPHINX Collimator characterization Billy Loo Stanford University Billy Loo
T-572 High Power RF Tests of Distributed Coupling Linac Structures Sami Tantawi SLAC Brandon Weatherford
T-573 X/S-band cryostat experiment Valery Dolgashev SLAC Valery Dolgashev
T-574 Normal Conducting High-Gradient Operation of Distributed Coupling Structure at Cryogenic Temperatures Emilio Alessandro Ninni SLAC Emilio Alessandro Ninni
T-575 SRF Gun Program XJ Wang SLAC


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