12-14 October 2020
ELI Beamlines
Europe/Prague timezone

Panel 9

PANEL 9 (RP2 & RP4)
LASER DRIVEN X-RAY SOURCES AND APPLICATION

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 produce ultra-short X-ray beamlines, both coherent and incoherent ones, to pave the way toward imaging nature with atomic resolution in space as well as time using devices that are suitable for university labs. 
 
ELI User Workshop on Laser-Driven X-ray sources and Applications is jointly organized by the teams developing secondary X-ray sources and X-ray end stations. The scope of the workshop encompasses such radiation sources as Plasma Betatron sources and plasma X-ray source (PXS) as well as the techniques that employ radiation of the sources - X-ray diffractometry, scattering, spectroscopy, radiolysis, and Warm Dense Matter studies. The workshop aims to bring together theoretical and experimental research groups working on the development and applications of advanced X-ray sources. The scope of the workshop is to discuss recent achievements and perspectives in high-energy science and to build the user community around ELI X-ray sources and stations.

Organizers

  •             Dr. Uddhab Chaulagain
  •             Dr. Anna Zymaková
  •             Dr. Borislav Angelov
  •             Dr. Jakob Andreasson

 

Wednesday
October 14, 2020
9:00 - 12:00

 

Organizer/Moderator

Jakob ANDREASSON
Research Program Leader - MBMS / ELI Beamlines

9:00 - 9:25
Dong Du MAI
ELI Beamlines, CZ

Introduction: X-ray Sources at ELI Beamlines

9:25 - 9:55
Zulfikar NAJMUDIN
Imperial College, London, UK

LWFA Based X-ray Sources and Applications: Present Status and Challenges

9:55 - 10:20
Andreas DÖPP
Max Planck Institute für Quantenoptik, Germany

Laser Plasma Accelerator and X-ray Source - Recent Results and Development

10:20 - 10:45
Adrïan GROLLEAU
CEA, France

Energy transport dynamics observed in warm dense copper using femtosecond time-resolved XANES spectroscopy

  10:45-10:55
Break

10:55 - 11:20
Gergely KATONA
University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Structural Response of a Protein Crystal to Strong Pulsed THz Fields

11:20 - 11:45
Jens UHLIG
Lund University, Sweden

Science for and with Laser-based X-ray Sources

11:45 - 12:10
Suraj PANDEY
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA

Time Resolved Serial Femtosecond Crystallography at the EuXFEL