Summary Report Of Working Group 8: Laser Technology For Laser-Plasma Accelerators
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Laser Technology has long been the limiting and the enabling step for laser plasma accelerators. The work presented here addressed the current and near future laser technology relevant to particle acceleration as well as laser technology challenges for future accelerator facilities. Many laser facilities are operating or will be operating shortly at high intensity, high peak power, and with good beam parameters.
CitationErhard Gaul and Csaba Tóth. AIP Conference Proceedings 1507, 246 (Jun., 2012); doi: 10.1063/1.4773701
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