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Beam Physics Seminar
Sponsored by the Accelerator Division

"4GLS and ERLP"

Hywel Owen
Daresbury Laboratory


4GLS is a unique proposal for a multi-source synchrotron radiation facility combining the output from three inter-related accelerator systems.  Combining a seeded soft X-ray FEL, a 100 mA energy-recovery linac, and a low-energy infra-red FEL facility, this is a challenging and interesting accelerator project.  I will present the accelerator design of the 4GLS facility, and also discuss ERLP, the Energy Recovery Linac Prototype accelerator presently being commissioned at Daresbury, and which serves as a testbed for various developments needed for 4GLS.  If time permits, I will also talk about EMMA, a novel accelerator design that will use ERLP as an injector.

Thursday, July 12, 2007
3:30 p.m.
ARC, Room 231/233

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