New Sources for Bending Magnet beamlines at Ultra-Low-Emittance Synchrotron - towards Diamond II

Sep 04. till Sep 04.

New Sources for Bending Magnet beamlines at Ultra-Low-Emittance Synchrotron - towards Diamond II

8 speakers from Diamond, SLS, Soleil, ALS, BNL and ESRF are being invited to share their expertise/experience from the machine physics and from the beamline science point of view from SR facilities that are looking at or undergoing storage ring upgrades.

Date
04/09/20152015-09-04 - 04/09/20152015-09-04
Location
MR G54, Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK

Event Overview

New Sources for Bending Magnet beamlines at Ultra-Low-Emittance Synchrotron - towards Diamond II Diamond Light Source, UK
Friday 4th September 2015
Diamond Meeting Room G54

This workshop will be run as a satellite of the Diamond SR Users’ Meeting 2015 (2nd and 3rd September), but there will be a restricted number of participants. A total of 8 speakers from Diamond, SLS, Soleil, ALS, BNL and ESRF are being invited to share their expertise/experience from the machine physics and from the beamline science point of view from SR facilities that are looking at or undergoing storage ring upgrades. This includes the options for the proposed Diamond-II upgrade which is due to take place within the next 10 years.

The focus of the workshop will be on the evolution that bending magnet sources and beamlines need to go through in order to gain in terms of flux and/or brightness from the lower electron emittance within the constraints that new machines impose. The idea will also be to explore solutions suitable for the wider bending magnet beamlines community – from X-rays to UV and IR – and we are interested in new/alternative designs both to push the critical energy up or lower it down, depending on the spectral range of interest.

The workshop on the 4th will be informal and plenty of time will be reserved for discussion, with the plan to have a summary report in the end. A visit to Diamond will be possible on the afternoon of the 3rd September for those of you interested.

 

Speakers

Paul Thompson, ESRF, France 
Paul Dumas, SOLEIL, France 
Larry Carr, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA 
Joel Chavanne, ESRF, France 
Alistair MacDowell, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA 
Andreas Streun, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland 
Toshi Tanabe, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA
Riccardo Bartolini, Diamond Light Source, UK

Programme

08:30 Registration - Diamond Atrium
  All talks to take place in Meeting Room G54, Diamond House
09:00 Plans for Diamond II machine
Riccardo Bartolini, Diamond Light Source, UK
09:30 Progress on defining bend magnet sources in the proposed upgrade of the Advanced Light Source MBA lattice
Alistair MacDowell, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA 
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 X-ray photon sources at the NSLS-II ring
Toshi Tanabe, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA 
11:00 Dipole Bends and Other Source Opportunities for Optical, Infrared and THz Radiation on Future High-Brightness Storage Rings
Larry Carr, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA 
11:30 Discussion session
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Implementation of short wigglers for Bending Magnet beamlines in the new ESRF lattice
Joel Chavanne, ESRF, France
14:00 Opportunities for the XMaS Beamline to Benefit from the ESRF Upgrade Program
Paul Thompson, ESRF, France
14:30 Coffee Break
15:00 Bending magnets providing low emittance and hard X-rays for the upgrade of the Swiss Light Source
Andreas Streun, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
15:30 What future for synchrotron infrared spectroscopy and imaging at ultra-low emittance machines
Paul Dumas, SOLEIL, France
16:00 Closing Session
17:00 End

Accommodation

If you are an invited speaker, please contact Wendy Salmon to arrange accommodation and transfers.

If you are a delegate, please enquire with the onsite guest house – Ridgeway House on +44 1235 445500.

Rooms are charged at £60 per night, Bed and Breakfast.

For any questions, please contact the Diamond Events Team on +44 1235 778431 or events@diamond.ac.uk.