Compact (EUV & X-ray) Light Sources





Compact (EUV & X-ray) Light Sources

20 - 22 March 2016
Hilton Long Beach, Long Beach, California United States

The aim of the Compact EUV and X-ray Light Source meeting is to assemble experts in both source technologies and their applications to present and exchange ideas and improve community wide understanding of current and future source capabilities, and current and future application needs. At this meeting the latest results in the development of these sources will be presented as well as descriptions of efforts to mature the technology so that they meet the requirements needed in order to transition the technology to industrial and medical applications. Conference topics will include relevant  applications and source concepts and technologies in the EUV through hard-ray regime.

The collocation with the High-Intensity Sources and High-Field Phenomena Topical meeting (HILAS) meeting provides a unique opportunity to expand interaction with multidisciplinary groups that shares a broad range of interests and goal.


Tor Raubenheimer, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) and Stanford University, USA, The Future of Compact Accelerator Technology for Compact EUV and Ex-ray Sources, Plenary
Gérard Mourou, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, Compression of High Energy Pulses to the Sub-attosecond Regime: Route to Exawatt Laser Subatomic Physics, Plenary

Ali Belkacem, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited StatesLight Induced Self-organization of Metal Nanoparticles in TiO2 Probed with Intense Femtosecond Extreme Ultraviolet Pulses, Keynote
Hans Hertz, Kungliga Tekniska HogskolanSwedenPropagation-Based Phase-Contrast Imaging with Laboratory Sources, Keynote
Tetsuya Ishikawa, RIKENJapanDevelopment of Accelerator-Based Compact EUV and X-ray Sources in Japan, Keynote
Franz Kaertner, Center for Free Electron Laser ScienceGermanyA THz Driven Attosecond X-ray Source, Keynote
Henry Kapteyn, Kapteyn-Murnane LaboratoriesUnited StatesPractical Tabletop “X-ray Lasers” Implemented Using High Harmonic Generation, Keynote
Joseph Kline, National Inst of Standards & TechnologyUnited StatesCompact X-ray Sources for Metrology Applications in the Semiconductor Industry , Keynote
David Moncton, MITUnited StatesCompact X-ray Sources: Addressing the Limitations of the Large User Facilities, Keynote
James Rosenzweig, University of California Los AngelesUnited StatesPhysics and Technology of High Flux Linear Accelerator-Based Inverse Compton Scattering Sources, Keynote
Jeroen Van Tilborg, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited StatesA Free Electron Laser driven by Laser Plasma Acceleration, Keynote

Sandra Biedron, Colorado State UniversityUnited StatesAdvanced Controls for Accelerators, Invited
John Byrd, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited StatesNew Opportunities for High Brightness Compact Storage Ring Light Sources, Invited
Marie-Emmanuelle Couprie, Synchrotron SOLEILFranceTowards Compact Free Electron Lasers, Invited
Luca Cultrera, Cornell UniversityUnited StatesHigh Performance Photocathode Guns for ERLs and FELs, Invited
Danielle Dowek, Univ Paris-Sud ISMOFranceOPT2X: Optimizing XUV Optical Pulses for Ultrafast Science in Paris-Saclay, Invited
Thomas Elsaesser, Max Born InstituteGermanyCompact High-brightness Hard X-ray Sources Driven by Femtosecond Mid-infrared Pulses, Invited
Akira Endo, HiLase, Czech RepublicCzech RepublicPicosecond, kW Thin Disc Laser Technology for LPP and FEL EUV Sources, Invited
Joel England, SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryUnited StatesProspects for a Compact Radiation Source Using Dielectric Laser Accelerators, Invited
Siegfried Glenzer, SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryUnited StatesHigh-Power Laser Pump-Probe Experiments At The Linac Coherent Light Source, Invited
Efim Gluskin, Argonne National LaboratoryUnited StatesNovel Undulators for x-ray FELs , Invited
William Graves, Arizona State UniversityUnited StatesCompact X-ray Light Source R&D at Arizona State University, Invited
Björn Hansson, ExcillumSwedenMetaljet X-ray Source Technology, Invited
Christoph Heyl, University of Colorado at Boulder JILAUnited StatesHigh-average Power High-Harmonic and Attosecond Sources: Status and Prospects, Invited
Thorsten Kamps, Helmholtz Zentrum BerlinSRF Gun Development for Energy Recovery Linac Applications, Invited
Kwang-Je Kim, Argonne National LaboratoryUnited StatesA Harmonic X-ray FEL Oscillator, Invited
John M. J. Madey, University of Hawai'iUnited StatesUse of Etendue and Energy Spread to Assess Inverse-Compton X-ray Sources for Applications, Invited
Stephen Milton, Colorado State UniversityUnited States1D FEL Simulations Utilizing Laser Undulators, Invited
Jorge Rocca, Colorado State UniversityUnited StatesHigh Repetition Rate Soft X-ray Lasers and Bright X-ray Sources from Plasmas, Invited
Fernando Sannibale, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited StatesThe VHF-Gun, the LBNL High-Brightness Electron Photo-Injector for MHz-class Repetition-rate Applications, Invited
Marco Stampanoni, ETH ZurichSwitzerlandGratings-interferometry at Hard X-Ray: An Emerging Imaging Technique for Medical, Life and Material Science Applications, Invited
Sami Tantawi, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center(SLAC)Advanced rf Acceleration and its Applications to Future Light Sources, Invited
Jochen Teichert, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-RossendorfGermanyPerformance and Application Status of the Superconducting Photoinjector at ELBE, Invited
Yusuke Teramoto, Ushio IncSn-fueled High-brightness Compact EUV Light Source, Invited
Donald Umstadter, University of Nebraska LincolnUnited StatesAll-laser-driven Compton x-ray Light Source, Invited
Wenbing Yun, Sigray Inc.United StatesA New Type of Super Bright Laboratory X-ray Source, Invited
Xiaomei Zhang, SIOM, CASChinaX-ray Wakefield Acceleration and Betatron Radiation in Nanotubes, Invited Sandra Biedron, United States, Advanced Controls for Accelerators, Invited

John Byrd, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States, New Opportunities for High Brightness Compact Storage Ring Light Sources, Invited

Marie-Emmanuelle Couprie, Synchrotron SOLEIL, France, Towards Compact Free Electron Lasers, Invited

Luca Cultrera, Cornell University, United States, High Performance Photocathode Guns for ERLs and FELs, Invited

Danielle Dowek, Univ Paris-Sud ISMO, France, OPT2X: Optimizing XUV Optical Pulses for Ultrafast Science in Paris-Saclay, Invited

Thomas Elsaesser, Max Born Institute, Germany, Compact High-brightness Hard X-ray Sources Driven by Femtosecond Mid-infrared Pulses, Invited

Akira Endo, HiLase, Czech Republic, Czech Republic, Picosecond, kW Thin Disc Laser Technology for LPP and FEL EUV Sources, Invited

Joel England, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, United States, Prospects for a Compact Radiation Source Using Dielectric Laser Accelerators, Invited

Siegfried Glenzer, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, United States, High-Power Laser Pump-Probe Experiments At The Linac Coherent Light Source, Invited

Efim Gluskin, Argonne National Laboratory, United States, Novel Undulators for x-ray FELs , Invited

William Graves, Arizona State University, United States, Compact X-ray Light Source R&D at Arizona State University, Invited

Björn Hansson, Excillum, Sweden, Metaljet X-ray Source Technology, Invited

Christoph Heyl, University of Colorado at Boulder JILA, United States, High-average Power High-Harmonic and Attosecond Sources: Status and Prospects, Invited

Thorsten Kamps, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, SRF Gun Development for Energy Recovery Linac Applications, Invited

Kwang-Je Kim, Argonne National Laboratory, United States, A Harmonic X-ray FEL Oscillator, Invited

John M. J. Madey, University of Hawai'i, United States, Use of Etendue and Energy Spread to Assess Inverse-Compton X-ray Sources for Applications, Invited

Stephen Milton, Colorado State University, United States, 1D FEL Simulations Utilizing Laser Undulators, Invited

Jorge Rocca, Colorado State University, United States, High Repetition Rate Soft X-ray Lasers and Bright X-ray Sources from Plasmas, Invited

Fernando Sannibale, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States, The VHF-Gun, the LBNL High-Brightness Electron Photo-Injector for MHz-class Repetition-rate Applications, Invited

Marco Stampanoni, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, Gratings-interferometry at Hard X-Ray: An Emerging Imaging Technique for Medical, Life and Material Science Applications, Invited

Sami Tantawi, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center(SLAC), Advanced rf Acceleration and its Applications to Future Light Sources, Invited

Jochen Teichert, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany, Performance and Application Status of the Superconducting Photoinjector at ELBE, Invited

Yusuke Teramoto, Ushio Inc, Sn-fueled High-brightness Compact EUV Light Source, Invited

Donald Umstadter, University of Nebraska Lincoln, United States, All-laser-driven Compton x-ray Light Source, Invited

Wenbing Yun, Sigray Inc., United States, A New Type of Super Bright Laboratory X-ray Source, Invited

Xiaomei Zhang, SIOM, CAS, China, X-ray Wakefield Acceleration and Betatron Radiation in Nanotubes, Invited

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Plenary Session

Sunday, 20 March, 08:00 - 10:00
High-Brightness Sources and Light-Driven Interactions Congress will feature two highly regarded plenary speakers during this Congress wide session.

Tor Raubenheimer,SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) and Stanford University, USA
Gérard Mourou, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France


The OSA Centennial Celebration Reception

Sunday, 20 March, 18:30 - 20:00
The Optical Society (OSA) celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2016, marking a century of innovation. Throughout the Centennial, OSA will honor the significance of these advancements and others while also empowering the next generation of optics and photonics leaders.  Come celebrate with us during the Congress reception with appetizers and drinks.  Attendees may purchase extra tickets for their guests.  
 

Poster Session

Monday, 21 March, 16:00 – 17:00
Poster presentations offer an effective way to communicate new research findings and provide a venue for lively and detailed discussion between presenters and interested viewers. Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss current research one-on-one with the presenters.