Author: Phinney, N.
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TUOBB02 FACET-II Accelerator Research with Beams of Extreme Intensities 1067
  • V. Yakimenko, Y. Cai, C.I. Clarke, S.Z. Green, C. Hast, M.J. Hogan, N. Lipkowitz, N. Phinney, G.R. White, G. Yocky
    SLAC, Menlo Park, California, USA
  In 2016, the second phase of SLAC's x-ray laser, the LCLS-II, will begin to use part of the tunnel occupied by FACET, and the world's only multi-GeV facility for advanced accelerator research will cease operation. FACET-II is a new test facility to provide DOE with the unique capability to develop advanced acceleration and coherent radiation techniques with high-energy electron and positron beams. FACET-II is an opportunity to build on the decades-long experience developed conducting advanced accelerator R&D at the FFTB and FACET and re-deploy HEP infrastructure in continued service of its mission. FACET-II provides a major upgrade over current FACET capabilities and the breadth of the potential research program makes it truly unique. It will synergistically pursue accelerator science that is vital to the future of both advanced acceleration techniques for High Energy Physics, ultra-high brightness beams for Basic Energy Science, and novel radiation sources for a wide variety of applications. The presentation will discuss FACET-II project status and plans for diverse experimental program.  
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DOI • reference for this paper ※ DOI:10.18429/JACoW-IPAC2016-TUOBB02  
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