Generation control and application of flash radiation beam from laser-matter interaction: The ELIMAIA-ELIMED beamline

G A P Cirrone*, Roberto Catalano, Giacomo Cuttone, Daniele Margarone, Francesco Schillaci, Giada Petringa

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Abstract

One of the main direction proposed by the community in the field of laser-driven ion acceleration is to improve particle beam features in order to demonstrate reliable approaches to be used for multidisciplinary applications. The mission of the laser-driven ion target area at ELI-Beamlines (Extreme Light Infrastructure) in Czech Republic, called ELI Multidisciplinary Applications of laser-Ion Acceleration (ELIMAIA) is to provide stable, fully characterized and tunable beams of particles accelerated by petawatt-class lasers and to offer them to the user community for
multidisciplinary applications. The focusing, selecting, measuring and irradiating parts of ELIMAIA constitute the so-called ELIMED (ELI MEDical and multidisciplinary applications) portion. In this work, the status of the ELIMED/ELIMAIA beamline will be reported along with a complete description of the main dosimetric systems and transport element.
Original languageEnglish
Article number15
JournalIl Nuovo Cimento C
Volume43
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 22 Apr 2020

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