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ELI-ALPS User Workshop



The Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS), one of the three pillars of the Extreme Light Infrastructure listed in the ESFRI roadmap will be the first international facility with the primary mission to make a wide range of ultrafast light sources accessible to International user groups. At the core of the infrastructure, to be built in Szeged, Hungary, will be laser driven secondary sources emitting coherent extreme-ultraviolet (XUV) and X-ray radiation confined in attosecond pulses. At the other end of the electromagnetic spectrum, ultrashort bunches of THz radiation will be generated. Laser driven particle acceleration sources will serve driving novel short wavelength, short pulse duration radiation beam-lines. The perspective of use of several combinations of the ELI-ALPS primary and secondary sources, preparation and diagnostics tools provides a unique research environment to users conducting scientific research and industrial applications. ELI-ALPS expected to be partially available in 2016, while becomes fully operational for user-based research in 2018.

The planned research activity of ELI-ALPS includes the following scientific fields and application areas:
Ultrafast dynamics and control of valence and core electrons, ultrafast phenomena in all states of matter, time resolved diffraction and 4D imaging, relativistic interactions of radiation with matter, plasma dynamics, nanostructures, metamaterials, biological, medical, and industrial applications.

ELI-ALPS, as an international user facility, is currently initiating actions towards forming an international user community, incorporating users from a broad spectrum of disciplines, research areas, technological and industrial applications. To this end ELI-ALPS is organizing a two days user workshop. The mission of the workshop is to brainstorm research and technology domains as well as research projects that could be optimally and/or uniquely hosted by ELI-ALPS. The workshop will be held in Szeged on the 21st and 22nd of November 2013.

 
Look forward to meeting you at the workshop in Szeged!
 

                    Dimitris Charalambidis                                                 Károly Osvay
                        Scientific Director                                       Research TechnologyDirector
 
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