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Status of ELI-ALPS implementation (Conference Presentation)
Author(s): Karoly Osvay; Dimitris Charalambidis; Patrizio Antici; Péter Dombi; Lajos J. Fulop; Franck Lepine; Gergo Mészáros; Giuseppe Sansone; Katalin G. Varju
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Paper Abstract

The major research equipment of the Attosecond Light Pulse Source of the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI-ALPS) are driven by laser pulses of few cycle duration operating in the 100 W average power regime. The peak power and the repetition rate span from 1 TW at 100 kHz up to PW at 10 Hz. The systems are designed for stable and reliable operation, yet to deliver pulses with unique parameters, especially with unmatched fluxes and extreme bandwidths. This exceptional performance will enable the generation of secondary sources with exceptional characteristics, including light sources ranging from the THz to the X-ray spectral ranges, and particle sources. The experimental activities in the building complex to be inaugurated early 2017 will start with the installation of the two 100 kHz repetition rate, CEP stabilized lasers in May 2017. The MIR laser produces 0.15mJ, shorter than 4-optical-cylce pulses tunable between 2.5-3.9 µm. The first stage of the HR laser will provide pulses around 1 µm with 1 mJ energy and pulse duration less than 6.2 fs. The systems will be optically synchronized to each other with a temporal jitter below 1 fs. Along with the installation of the lasers, we will also start the assembly of the high harmonic beamlines and the THz laboratory, as well as nanoplasmonic experiments. The XUV bursts of light with attosecond duration are expected to be generated by the end of 2017.

Paper Details

Date Published: 29 June 2017
PDF: 1 pages
Proc. SPIE 10241, Research Using Extreme Light: Entering New Frontiers with Petawatt-Class Lasers III, 1024105 (29 June 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2265826
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Karoly Osvay, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Dimitris Charalambidis, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Patrizio Antici, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Péter Dombi, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Lajos J. Fulop, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Franck Lepine, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Gergo Mészáros, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Giuseppe Sansone, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
Katalin G. Varju, ELI-HU Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10241:
Research Using Extreme Light: Entering New Frontiers with Petawatt-Class Lasers III
Georg Korn; Luis O. Silva, Editor(s)

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