|TUP040||Simulation and Design of Low Emittance RF Electron Gun||455|
Funding: This work has been supported by the CMU Junior Research Fellowship Program and the Department of Physics and Materials Science, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University.
Generation of high-brightness electron beam is one of the most critical issues in development of advanced electron accelerators and light sources. At the Plasma and Beam Physics (PBP) Research Facility, Chiang Mai University, a low emittance RF electron gun is under the development. This RF-gun is planned to be used as an electron source for a future IR/THz FEL facility. An extra resonant cavity is added to the modified design of the existing PBP-CMU RF-gun in order to reduce the transverse sliced emittance. This cell is coupled to the main full-cell via a side-coupling cavity. The electromagnetic field distributions inside the cavities are simulated by using the CST Microwave Studio 2012. Then, beam dynamic simulations utilizing the program PARMELA are performed. Both RF and beam dynamic simulation results are reported and discussed in this contribution.
The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support to participate this conference by the Department of Physics and Materials Science and the Graduate School, Chiang Mai University.
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