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2017-12-07
14:54
DBCoverage [PUBDB-2017-12900] Journal
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Direct Measurement of the Pulse Duration and Frequency Chirp of Seeded XUV Free Electron Laser Pulses
ddc:530
We report on a direct time-domain measurement of the temporal properties of a seeded free-electron laser pulse in the extreme ultraviolet spectral range. Utilizing the oscillating electromagnetic field of terahertz radiation, a single-shot THz streak-camera was applied for measuring the duration as well as spectral phase of the generated intense XUV pulses. [...]
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2017-11-13
14:53
[PUBDB-2017-11901] Contribution to a conference proceedings/Contribution to a book
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Status of the Seeding Development at sFLASH
Proceedings of FEL2017, Santa Fe, NM, USA
38th international free electron laser conference, Meeting locationSanta Fe, NM USA, USA, 20 Aug 2017 - 25 Aug 20172017-08-202017-08-25
100-103 (2017)
sFLASH is the experimental free-electron laser (FEL) setup producing seeded radiation installed at FLASH. Since 2015 it has been operated in the high-gain harmonic generation(HGHG) mode [...]

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2017-06-09
10:53
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2017-04587] Journal Article
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Mapping few-femtosecond slices of ultra-relativistic electron bunches
ddc:000
Free-electron lasers are unique sources of intense and ultra-short x-ray pulses that led to major scientific breakthroughs across disciplines from matter to materials and life sciences. The essential element of these devices are micrometer-sized electron bunches with high peak currents, low energy spread, and low emittance. [...]
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2016-12-28
00:29
[PUBDB-2016-06714] Dissertation / PhD Thesis
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Temporal Control of Laser-Electron Interaction at High-Gain Free-Electron Lasers
151 pp. (2015) = University of Hamburg, Diss., 2015
High-gain free-electron lasers (FELs) generate ultra-short photon pulses with unparalleled intensities at wavelengths down to the sub-angström range. The exponential amplification process in these devices is initiated by spontaneous undulator radiation emitted by the electron bunch at the beginning of the undulator. [...]

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