Status of the compactlight design study*

D’Auria, G. and Di Mitri, S. and Rochow, R. and Latina, A. and Liu, X. and Rossi, C. and Schulte, D. and Stapnes, S. and Wu, X. and Wuensch, W. and Castañeda Cortes, H.M. and Clarke, J. and Dunning, D. and Thompson, N. and Fang, W. and Gazis, E. and Gazis, N. and Tanke, E. and Trachnas, E. and Goryashko, V. and Jacewicz, M. and Ruber, R. and Taylor, G. and Dowd, R. and Zhu, D. and Aksoy, A. and Nergiz, Z. and Apsimon, R. and Burt, G. and Castilla, A. and Priem, H. and Janssen, X. and Luiten, J. and Mutsaers, P. and Stragier, X. and Alesini, D. and Bellaveglia, M. and Buonomo, B. and Cardelli, F. and Croia, M. and Diomede, M. and Ferrario, M. and Gallo, A. and Giribono, A. and Piersanti, L. and Scifo, J. and Spataro, B. and Vaccarezza, C. and Geometrante, R. and Kokole, M. and Arnesano, J. and Bosco, F. and Ficcadenti, L. and Mostacci, A. and Palumbo, L. and Dattoli, G. and Nguyen, F. and Petralia, A. and Marcos, J. and Marin, E. and Munoz Horta, R. and Perez, F. and Faus-Golfe, A. and Han, Y. and Bernhard, A. and Gethmann, J. and Calvi, M. and Schmidt, T. and Zhang, K. and Esperante, D. and Fuster, J. and Gimeno, B. and Gonzalez-Iglesias, D. and Aicheler, M. and Hoekstra, R. and Cross, A.W. and Nix, L. and Zhang, L. (2019) Status of the compactlight design study*. In: 39th International Free-Electron Laser Conference, FEL 2019. JACoW, DEU, pp. 738-741. ISBN 9783954502103

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Abstract

CompactLight (XLS) is an International Collaboration of 24 partners and 5 third parties, funded by the European Union through the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. The main goal of the project, which started in January 2018 with a duration of 36 months, is the design of an hard X-ray FEL facility beyond today’s state of the art, using the latest concepts for bright electron photo-injectors, high-gradient accelerating structures, and innovative short-period undulators. The specifications of the facility and the parameters of the future FEL are driven by the demands of potential users and the associated science cases. In this paper we will give an overview on the ongoing activities and the major results achieved until now. Content from this work may be used under the terms of the CC BY 3.0 licence (© 2019). Any distribution of this work must maintain attribution to the author(s).

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