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Free electron lasers driven by plasma accelerators: status and near-term prospects

Abstract : Owing to their ultra-high accelerating gradients, combined with injection inside micrometer-scale accelerating wakefield buckets, plasma-based accelerators hold great potential to drive a new generation of free-electron lasers (FELs). Indeed, the first demonstration of plasma-driven FEL gain was reported recently, representing a major milestone for the field. Several groups around the world are pursuing these novel light sources, with methodology varying in the use of wakefield driver (laser-driven or beam-driven), plasma structure, phase-space manipulation, beamline design, and undulator technology, among others. This paper presents our best attempt to provide a comprehensive overview of the global community efforts towards plasma-based FEL research and development.
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C Emma, J van Tilborg, R Assmann, S Barber, A Cianchi, et al.. Free electron lasers driven by plasma accelerators: status and near-term prospects. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, Cambridge University Press, 2021, 9, pp.e57. ⟨10.1017/hpl.2021.39⟩. ⟨hal-03466522⟩

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