12-14 October 2020
ELI Beamlines
Europe/Prague timezone

Panel 7

PANEL 7
MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS OF LASER-DRIVEN IONS

Tuesday
October 13, 2020
13:00 - 16:00

 

Short Description

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 ion sources at high repetition rates with unprecedented dose rate delivered on user samples. Such unique particle beams will ultimately be used for experiments in various multidisciplinary areas with special attention paid to biomedical applications.

The Panel 7 “Multidisciplinary Applications of Laser-driven Ions” is organized by the ELI Beamlines Research Program 3 developing secondary ion sources and exploring their multidisciplinary applications. The workshop aims to bring together user groups from multidisciplinary user communities and gather advanced user requirements for future sample irradiation at the dedicated ELIMED section of the ELIMAIA beamline.  

Organizer/Moderator

Daniele MARGARONE
ELI Beamlines & QUB

13:00 - 13:25
Invited Speaker
Pablo CIRRONE
Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare, Italy

Multidisciplinary User Applications at ELIMED

13:25 - 13:50
Kevin PRISE
Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Radiobiology Experiments with Ultrahigh Dose-rate Laser-driven Ion Beams

13:50 - 14:15
Ulrich SCHRAMM
Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf, Germany

Hadrontherapy Related Experiments at the DRACO-PW Target Area

 

14:15 - 14:30 / BREAK

14.30-15.00
User proposal for future user sample irradiation at ELIMED

 

6 min

Giusi FORTE
CNR, Italy

Radiobiology Experiments at ELIMED

6 min

Pavel BLAHA & Lorenzo MANTI
Naples University, Italy

On the Combination of PBCT and FLASH Radiotherapy

6 min

Katalin HIDEGHETY
ELI-ALPS, Hungary

In-vivo Irradiation with Laser Accelerated Ion Beams

6 min

Patrizio ANTICI
INRS, Canada

Cultural Heritage and Material Science Realted Experiments

6 min

Fernando BRANDI
INO-CNR, Italy

A Few-MeV Laser-accelerated Proton Beam in Air, Collimated Using Permanent Quadrupole Magnets

15.00-16.00

Panel Discussion