The Joint Accelerator Conferences Website (JACoW) is an international collaboration that publishes the proceedings of accelerator conferences held around the world.
|Title||Telecommunication Concepts for Compact, Electro-Optical and Frequency Tunable Sensors for Accelerator Diagnostics|
|Abstract||Terahertz diagnostics* for investigating the properties of electron and photon beams**, especially the investigation of electron bunch instabilities, accompanied by terahertz photon bursts is increasingly employed to monitor and investigate electron bunch dynamics***. Recent advances in information and communications technology promise compact sensors based on telecom and thus industry standards. We present potential applications of such technology concepts for accelerators, including a miniature probe for electro-optical sampling, which could be employed for electron bunch electrical near-field studies, and laser sources with widely tunable pulse repetition rates adaptable for pulsed diagnostics***.|
|Footnotes & References||* E. Bründermann, H.-W. Hübers, M.F. Kimmitt, Terahertz Techniques, Springer-Verlag (2012).
** J.L. Steinmann et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 174802, 2016.
*** M. Brosi et al., Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams 19, 110701, 2016.
**** I. Morohashi et al., Nano Commun Netw 10, 79, 2016.
|Funding||Supported by Invitation Fellowship for Research ID No. S16704 of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) awarded to E.B. hosted by I.H.|
|Paper||download THPVA045.PDF [0.635 MB / 3 pages]|
|Export||download ※ BibTeX ※ LaTeX ※ Text/Word ※ RIS ※ EndNote|
|Conference||IPAC2017, Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Series||International Particle Accelerator Conference (8th)|
|Proceedings||Link to full IPAC2017 Proccedings|
|Session||Posters Thursday 3|
|Main Classification||07 Accelerator Technology|
|Sub Classification||T25 Lasers|
|Keywords||laser, electron, diagnostics, photon, synchrotron|
|Publisher||JACoW, Geneva, Switzerland|
|Editors||Volker RW Schaa (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany); Gianluigi Arduini (CERN, Geneva, Switzerland); Juliana Pranke (ESS, Lund, Sweden); Mike Seidel (PSI, Villigen, Switzerland); Mats Lindroos (ESS, Lund, Sweden)|