Aug 22 – 26, 2022
Trieste Convention Centre
Europe/Zurich timezone

Session

FEL Theory

MOC
Aug 22, 2022, 2:10 PM
Auditorium Generali (Trieste Convention Centre)

Auditorium Generali

Trieste Convention Centre

viale Miramare, 24/2 Trieste - Italy

Conveners

FEL Theory

  • Avraham Gover (University of Tel-Aviv)

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Mr Aliaksei Halavanau (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
8/22/22, 2:10 PM
FEL Theory
Invited Orals

Cavity-based XFEL systems will potentially offer much higher spectral quality of the hard x-ray beam compared to traditional XFEL SASE and self-seeded sources. A promising cavity-based concept is the population inversion x-ray laser oscillator, dubbed XLO, where the SASE beam is used as a pump, and a transition metal serves as a gain medium. We will report on the progress in design and...

Jenny Morgan (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
8/22/22, 2:40 PM
FEL Theory
Invited Orals

Polarization is a fundamental property of light used in experiments to probe various properties of matter such as the chirality of molecules and crystal structures. There is increasing interest in generating bespoke radiation pulses for experiments with increasingly complex structures of polarization. At short wavelengths, free electron lasers offer an avenue to control the polarization...

Brian Schaap (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven), Jom Luiten (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven), Mr Sander Schouwenaars (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven)
8/22/22, 3:10 PM
FEL Theory
Contributed Oral

Operation of a Quantum Free-Electron Laser (QFEL) could provide fully coherent X- and gamma-rays in a compact setup. Imperative to experimental realization is allowing for decoherence of either spontaneous emission or space-charge to take place, having opposing constraints [1]. Here, for the first time, we discuss a comprehensive QFEL model that takes into account both decoherence effects....

Gennady Stupakov (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
8/22/22, 3:35 PM
FEL Theory
Contributed Oral

Quantum diffusion is caused by the recoil effect that a particle experiences when it emits a photon [1]. Quantum diffusion due to the synchrotron radiation in high-energy electron and positron circular accelerators defines the main parameters of the beam: its energy spread and hence the bunch length, as well as the horizontal emittance. It is calculated as a single particle effect assuming...

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