TERESA Target Area at ELI Beamlines

Maksym Tryus, Filip Grepl, Timofej Chagovets, Andriy Velyhan, Lorenzo Giuffrida, Stanislav Stancek, Vasiliki Kantarelou, Valeria Ostokskaia, F. Schillaci, Martina Zakova, J. Pšikal, M. Nevrkla, Carlo Maria Lazzarini, Gabriele Grittani, Leonardo Goncalves, Muhammad Fahad Nawaz, Josef Cupal, Lucia Koubikova, Samuel Bucl, Jiri WeissDavorin Peceli, Petr Szotkowski, Karel Majer, Jack Alexander Naylon, Jonathan Tyler Green, Daniel Kramer, Bedrich Rus, Georg Korn, Tadzio Levato, Daniele Margarone*

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Abstract

The TERESA (TEstbed for high REpetition-rate Sources of Accelerated particles) target area, recently commissioned with the L3-HAPLS laser at Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI)-Beamlines, is presented. Its key technological sections (vacuum and control systems, laser parameters and laser beam transport up to the target) are described, along with an overview of the available plasma diagnostics and targetry, tested at relativistic laser intensities. Perspectives of the TERESA laser–plasma experimental area at ELI-Beamlines are briefly discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Article number37
Number of pages10
JournalQuantum Beam Science
Volume4
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 16 Oct 2020

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