High Gradient Wakefield Accelerators, 11 March - 22 March 2019, Sesimbra, Portugal

Only in the year 2014 CAS organized the previous course on “Plasma Wake Acceleration”, which found large interest in the community. Since this field is very rapidly evolving, CAS is organising again a course on “High Gradient Wakefield Acceleration” in spring 2019.

Following introductory lectures on plasma and laser physics, the course will cover the different components of a plasma wake accelerator and plasma as well as dielectric beam systems. An overview of the experimental studies, diagnostic tools and state of the art wake acceleration facilities, both present and planned, will complement the theoretical part.

The course will be of interest for a wide range of students and staff, working in or having an interest in the field of these new acceleration techniques.

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PDF icon Opening (Bernhard HOLZER, CERN)5 MB
PDF icon Conventional Acc. & their limits I, II (Massimo FERRARIO, INFN-LNF)7.03 MB
PDF icon Introduction & hist. overview (Victor MALKA, CNRS and Weizmann Institute of Science)4.63 MB
PDF icon Introduction to plasma physics I (Paul GIBBON, Forschungszentrum Juelich)1.37 MB
PDF icon Introduction to plasma physics II (Paul GIBBON, Forschungszentrum Juelich)2.07 MB
PDF icon Introduction to laser physics (Laura CORNER, Cockcroft Institute, University of Liverpool)2.07 MB
PDF icon Laser beam physics (Laura CORNER, Cockcroft Institute, University of Liverpool)2.1 MB
PDF icon Laser diagnostics (Laura CORNER, Cockcroft Institute, University of Liverpool)1.55 MB
PDF icon Laser driven wakefields I (Stefan KARSCH, University of Munich )11.87 MB
PDF icon Laser driven wakefields II (Stefan KARSCH, University of Munich )35.45 MB
PDF icon Acceleration of e- in a plasma I (Thomas ALEC, University of Michigan)20.47 MB
PDF icon Acceleration of e- in a plasma II (Thomas ALEC, University of Michigan)23.56 MB
PDF icon Plasma sources I (Jens OSTERHOFF, DESY)40.65 MB
PDF icon Plasma sources II (Jens OSTERHOFF, DESY)50.94 MB
PDF icon Plasma wake generation (linear) (Zulfikar NAJMUDIN, John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science, Imperial College)5.28 MB
File Modelling and simulation I (Jean-Luc VAY, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)14.55 MB
File Modelling and simulation II (Jean-Luc VAY, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)36.51 MB
File Modelling and simulation III (Jean-Luc VAY, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)33.73 MB
PDF icon Injection extraction and matching I, II (Massimo FERRARIO, INFN-LNF)15.64 MB
PDF icon Applications (Zulfikar NAJMUDIN, John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science, Imperial College)19.57 MB
PDF icon Modelling & simulation hands on I, II (Jorge VIEIRA et al.)19.01 MB
PDF icon Modelling & simulation hands on III (Jorge VIEIRA et al.)4.2 MB
PDF icon Plasma wake generation (non-linear) & Blow out regime (Luis SILVA, Instituto Superior Tecnico)93.28 MB
PDF icon Laser driver propagation in plasmas (Stuart MANGLES, Imperial College London)4.7 MB
PDF icon Beam driven experiment (Edda GSCHWENDTNER, CERN)8.62 MB
PDF icon Laser driven experiment (Stuart MANGLES, Imperial College London)7.53 MB
PDF icon Seminar: Acceleration of protons & ions (Louise WILLINGALE, University of Michigan)45.13 MB
PDF icon Particle beam diagnostics (Barbara MARCHETTI, DESY)2.09 MB
PDF icon Plasma diagnostics (Jens OSTERHOFF, DESY)66.53 MB
PDF icon Beam driver propogation (beams) (Ralph ASSMANN, DESY)17.2 MB
PDF icon Beam driving systems (PWFA) I, II (Patric MUGGLI, Max Planck Institute for Physics)32.3 MB
PDF icon Electron sources from plasma I, II (Brigitte CROS, CNRS LPGP)7.85 MB
PDF icon Dielectrical Acc Structures: Theory (Norbert SCHÖNENBERGER)8.57 MB
PDF icon Dielectrical Acc Structures: Experiment (Norbert SCHÖNENBERGER)16.18 MB
PDF icon Seminar: Plasma accelerators driven by exotic light beams (Jorge VIEIRA, Instituto Superior Técnico)12.57 MB
PDF icon Staging including Synchr. & tolerances (Carl A. LINDSTRØM, DESY)19.74 MB
PDF icon Positron Acc in plasmas (Sebastien CORDE, Ecole Polytechnique)10.42 MB

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