Workshop: Science Opportunities with Table-Top Coherent X-Ray Sources
- Date: –
- Location: Ångströmlaboratoriet, Lägerhyddsvägen 1 Häggsalen
- Contact person: Hermann Dürr
The purpose of the workshop is to explore the science case for developing and operating a next generation compact coherent x-ray source in Sweden. The unique high repetition rate x-ray pulse pattern of the source will enable researchers to address novel scientific problems for atoms, molecules and condensed matter based on x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and x-ray scattering techniques.
These sources bridge the gap between large-scale facilities such as MAX IV and the European XFEL and femtosecond laser systems as they are for instance used at Uppsala University’s HELIOS facility. Compact x-ray sources are based on a radically new approach replacing undulators with laser-based x-ray generation from relativistic electron beams. Worldwide, several sources of this type are planned or are under construction. We consider it important for Swedish science and technology to explore the benefits offered by this approach. In particular, we believe that superconducting accelerator technology available at Uppsala University will provide a head start to move such a development towards very high repetition rates. The workshop brings together international experts in compact x-ray source development and photon science researchers who could use such facilities.
Mon Oct 28
13:00-13:15 Hermann Dürr Welcome
13:15-14:00 Franz Kärtner, CFEL, Hamburg; Laser-based attosecond x-ray source
14:00-4:45 Jom Luiten, TU Eindhoven; Cold and hot electron sources for the generation of coherent soft and hard X-rays by Compton scattering
14:45-15:00 Fulvio Parmigiani, Trieste University; Drafting the science case for ultrafast laser-based experiments with EUV-soft X-ray photons
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-16:15 Peter Amann, Stockholm University; Catalysis
16:15-17:00 Kristina Edström, Uppsala University; Battery research
17:00-7:45 Håkan Rensmo & Ute Cappel, Uppsala University; Interfaces and dynamics in perovskite and other photovoltaic materials - Photoemission spectroscopy studies
Tue Oct 29
9:00-9:45 Laszlo Veisz, Umeå University; Laser acceleration
9:45-10:30 Simone DeMitri, Fermi, Trieste; Electron beam generation
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-11:45 Fivos Perakis, Stockholm University; Dynamics in Complex Systems
11:45-12:30 Filipe Maia, Uppsala University; Life Sciences
12:30-13:00 Round Table Discussion
We acknowledge financial support by Uppsala University’s Photon Science Center.