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Temporal Diagnostics Measurements with the Pulse Arrival and Length Monitor (PALM) at SACLA

Date Do, 02.04.2015 - Do, 02.04.2015
Time 11.15
Speaker Dr. Pavle Juranic, Paul Scherrer Institut PSI, Villigen
Location Universität Bern, Institut für Angewandte Physik, Gebäude exakte Wissenschaften, Hörsaal B116, Sidlerstrasse 5, 3012 Bern
Program Free Electron Lasers’ advantages over synchrotrons and other light sources lie in their shorter pulse lengths, higher intensities, and the possibility of performing pump-probe experiments with better time resolutions that what has been done thus far. The accurate, non-destructive measurement of FEL pulse length and arrival time relative to an experimental laser is, therefore, necessary for operators and users alike. The FEL operators can get a better understanding of their machine and the optics of an FEL by looking the pulse length changes of the photons coming to the user stations, and the users can use the arrival time and pulse length information to better understand their data. PSI has created the pulse arrival and length monitor (PALM) based on the THz-streak camera concept for measurement at x-ray FELs, meant to be used at the upcoming SwissFEL facility. The first results from the experimental beamtime at SACLA will be presented, showcasing the accuracy and reliability of the device. The prototype conducted the first THz streaking experiment with hard x-ray beams, and has not reached the limits of its accuracy. Further upgrades and possible developments will also be presented and discussed.
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