INSTITUTE for LASER, PLASMA and RADIATION PHYSICS
LABORATORY of SOLID-STATE QUANTUM ELECTRONICS
CAPACITIES - RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES - SEVENTH
FINANCING: EUROPEAN UNION
PROJECT NUMBER: 284468
undertakes three main
(i) Solve crucial laser physics bottlenecks in order to make available to LASERLAB -
(ii) Involve industrial partners;
(iii) Provide sizeable synergies with European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) in terms of both strategic laser technology development and training of a new generation of laser physics experts.
framework of ILAT there are five objectives for the development of
advanced radiation sources:
1. High Average and Peak Power Laser Technology Development;
2. Overcoming the bottlenecks of few-cycle and high peak power lasers;
3. Advanced coherent XUV and X-Ray sources;
4. Next generation high power and high rep-rate Mid-IR sources;
5. Next generation high power THz sources.
objectives of the
LEEP JRA are:
(i) To optimize secondary high energy sources for specific and well identified applications of high industrial and societal relevance;
(ii) To contribute to the implementation of proof of principle experiments/set-ups in EU facilities to test some of the most promising concepts/applications;
In the framework of LEEP there are four tasks:
1. Radiotherapy and radiobiology applications of laser based electron accelerators;
2. Development and applications of compact light sources for imaging;
3. Radiotherapy and radiobiology applications of laser based proton beams;
4. Advanced instrumentation and targets for applications of laser driven high energy photon and particle sources.INFLPR will contribute to achievement of the fourth task through characterization and control of the spatial and temporal properties of high-energy radiation and particle laser-driven sources.
ILAT - Objectiv 5.
○ Experimental setups for high energy THz pulses generation using Bessel and Airy beams are in progress.
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