Welcome to ELI Beamlines
The ELI Beamlines facility is a high-energy, high repetition rate laser pillar of the ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) project. One of the main goals within the ELI scientific community is to offer versatile and stable particle sources at high repetition rates, while simultaneously enhancing the high energy tail of the spectrum, the beam monochromaticity and the laser-to-particle conversion efficiency. Such unique particle beams will ultimately be used for user experiments in various multidisciplinary areas with special attention paid to biomedical applications.
The ELI User Workshop on Laser-Driven Acceleration and Applications is a satellite workshop to the 3rd International Conference on Extreme Light 2019 (ICEL 2019) organized by the Research Program 3 (Particle Acceleration by Lasers) team developing secondary particle sources and end stations. The workshop aims to bring together various user groups working on the development and applications of advanced laser-driven ion sources. Commissioning experiments at the recently installed user beamline ELIMAIA (ELI Multidisciplinary Applications of laser-Ion Acceleration) will be discussed along with initial performances of the beamline and future scientific and technological directions to be pursued together with the ELI user community.