Welcome to ELI Beamlines
The ELI Beamlines facility is a high-energy, high repetition rate laser pillar of the ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) project. The facility will provide pulses from four high-end laser systems. One of the advanced ELI-Beamlines lasers is the L1 Allegra laser that is under the in-house development. L1 Allegra laser is designed to generate <20 fs pulses with energy exceeding 100 mJ per pulse at a 1 kHz repetition rate. The radiation from the L1 Allegra laser is guided to the E1 experimental area to serve user end-stations as well as to drive secondary sources of coherent radiation from the THz to XUV spectral region.
The first workshop for collaborators and potential users is jointly organized between the HHG and MAC research teams. The HHG-team is working on the development of intense coherent XUV sources through the High Harmonic Generation (HHG) process. The MAC research team is developing the multi-purpose user end-station for experiments in atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) sciences and coherent diffractive imaging (CDI). The workshop is aiming on bringing together theoretical and experimental research groups working on the development and applications of advanced XUV light sources. The scope of the workshop is to discuss recent achievements and perspectives in photon science and to build the user community around ELI_HHG & MAC experimental teams.
Call for USER-ASSISTED COMMISSIONING
We would like to draw your attention that ELI Beamlines has launched a call for the
USER-ASSISTED COMMISSIONING of EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS in the E1 EXPERIMENTAL HALL of ELI BEAMLINES
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