8-13 August 2011
Rhode Island Convention Center
US/Eastern timezone

Future Linear Collider Applications with Laser-Driven Dielectric Structures

12 Aug 2011, 08:30
30m
557 (Rhode Island Convention Center)

557

Rhode Island Convention Center

Parallel contribution Accelerator Physics Accelerator Physics

Speaker

Dr Robert Byer (Stanford University)

Description

The dielectric laser acceleration (DLA) concept leverages well-established industrial fabrication capabilities and the commercial availability of tabletop lasers to reduce cost, while offering significantly higher accelerating gradients, and therefore a smaller footprint. In contrast to other novel accelerator schemes, desirable luminosities would be obtained by operating with very low charge per bunch but at extremely high repetition rates. This research has signficant near and long-term applications, which we will discuss. And as a consequence of its unique operating parameter regime, the predicted energy loss due to beam-beam interaction is small.

Primary author

Dr Robert Byer (Stanford University)

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