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Conference Papers Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment Year : 2014

Transport line for a multi-staged laser-plasma acceleration: DACTOMUS

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Laser-plasma acceleration is one of the most promising techniques to reach very high acceleration gradients up to a few hundreds of GeV/m. In order to push this acceleration scheme in the domain of the very high energies, the CILEX project was launched with the laser APOLLON. One of the main topics of this project is to study multi-staged acceleration. It consists in generating and pre-accelerating electrons in a first laser-plasma stage, to transport them up to a second stage where the electrons are accelerated again thanks to another laser pulse. The DACTOMUS project, based on a collaboration CEA-IRFU, CEA-IRAMIS, LAL, LPGP, LULI and LLR, aims at the study and realization of such a transfer line between these two stages. Firstly, a prototype will be developed and tested by the groups of CEA-IRAMIS-SPAM, LPGP, and LULI on the UHI100 facility(CEA-SPAM). This collaboration must enable to realize the first acceleration stage. For the transport line prototype, the main difficulties are to realize a very compact and energy accepting line with diagnostics to characterize the electron beam. We will present here the optics of this line, its performances and the inserted diagnostics.
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in2p3-00877319 , version 1 (28-10-2013)

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A. Chancé, O. Delferrière, J. Schwindling, C. Bruni, N. Delerue, et al.. Transport line for a multi-staged laser-plasma acceleration: DACTOMUS. 1st European Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop (EAAC2013), Jun 2013, La Biodola, Italy. pp.158-164, ⟨10.1016/j.nima.2013.10.036⟩. ⟨in2p3-00877319⟩
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