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RIS citation export for THP048: Progress Towards Laser Plasma Electron Based Free Electron Laser on COXINEL

TY  - CONF
AU  - Couprie, M.-E.
AU  - Andriyash, I.A.
AU  - André, T.
AU  - Benabderrahmane, C.
AU  - Bielawski, S.
AU  - Blache, F.
AU  - Bouvet, F.
AU  - Briquez, F.
AU  - Corde, S.
AU  - Dietrich, Y.
AU  - Duval, J.P.
AU  - El Ajjouri, M.
AU  - Evain, C.
AU  - Gautier, J.
AU  - Ghaith, A.
AU  - Goddet, J.-P.
AU  - Herbeaux, C.
AU  - Hubert, N.
AU  - Khojoyan, M.
AU  - Kitégi, C.A.
AU  - Kononenko, O.S.
AU  - Labat, M.
AU  - Lambert, G.
AU  - Leclercq, N.
AU  - Lestrade, A.
AU  - Loulergue, A.
AU  - Malka, V.
AU  - Marcouillé, O.
AU  - Marteau, F.
AU  - Oumbarek Espinos, D.
AU  - Rommeluère, P.
AU  - Roussel, E.
AU  - Sebdaoui, M.
AU  - Smartzev, S.
AU  - Szwaj, C.
AU  - Ta Phuoc, K.
AU  - Tafzi, A.
AU  - Tavakoli, K.T.
AU  - Thaury, C.
AU  - Valléau, M.
ED  - Schaa, Volker R.W.
ED  - Decking, Winfried
ED  - Sinn, Harald
ED  - Geloni, Gianluca
ED  - Schreiber, Siegfried
ED  - Marx, Michaela
TI  - Progress Towards Laser Plasma Electron Based Free Electron Laser on COXINEL
J2  - Proc. of FEL2019, Hamburg, Germany, 26-30 August 2019
CY  - Hamburg, Germany
T2  - Free Electron Laser Conference
T3  - 39
LA  - english
AB  - Laser plasma acceleration (LPA) with up to several GeV beam in very short distance appears very promising. The Free Electron Laser (FEL), though very challenging, can be viewed as a qualifying application of these new emerging LPAs. The energy spread and divergence, larger than from conventional accelerators used for FEL, have to be manipulated to fulfil the FEL requirements. On the test experiment COXINEL (ERC340015), the beam is controlled in a manipulation [1,2] line, using permanent magnet quadrupoles of variable strength [3] for emittance handing and a decompression chicane equipped with a slit for the energy selection, enabling FEL amplification for baseline reference parameters [2]. The electron position and dispersion are independently adjusted [4]. The measured spontaneous emission radiated by a 2 m long 18 mm period cryo-ready undulator exhibits the typical undulator spatio-spectral pattern, in agreement with the modelling of the electron beam travelling along the line and of the afferent photon generation. The wavelength is easily tuned with undulator gap variation. A wavelength stability of 2.6% is achieved. The undulator linewidth can be controlled.
PB  - JACoW Publishing
CP  - Geneva, Switzerland
SP  - 684
EP  - 687
KW  - laser
KW  - electron
KW  - plasma
KW  - undulator
KW  - FEL
DA  - 2019/11
PY  - 2019
SN  - 978-3-95450-210-3
DO  - doi:10.18429/JACoW-FEL2019-THP048
UR  - http://jacow.org/fel2019/papers/thp048.pdf
ER  -