Beam Physics Seminar

Tuesday, June 11, 2002, 10:00 AM
ARC Bldg. Room 428
Note different date and location!!!

Femtosecond Studies of Photoinjector Beam Physics

William Graves
Brookhaven National Lab

The success of short wavelength FELs depends on producing electron beams with low emittance and energy spread, and high peak current. These electron beam properties are largely determined by the beam physics at low energy in the injector, and by dynamics in the magnetic bunch compressor. Experimental studies from BNL's DUVFEL facility are presented that focus on measuring and understanding these subpicosecond beam properties in the longitudinal and transverse planes.

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(Coffee before the seminar starting 9:30 AM)