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1 March 2019 Terahertz generation and acceleration
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The generation and use of THz radiation for electron acceleration and manipulation of electron bunches has progressed over the last decade to a level where practical devices for THz guns, acceleration and a wide range of beam manipulations have become possible. Here, we present on our progress to generated single-cycle THz pulses at the twohundred micro- Joule level to drive advanced acceleration and beam manipulation devices. Specifically, a segmented terahertz electron accelerator and manipulator (STEAM) capable of performing multiple high-field operations on the 6D-phase-space of ultrashort electron bunches is demonstrated using these pulses. Using this device, powered by single-cycle, 0.3 THz pulses, we demonstrate record THz-acceleration of <60 keV, streaking with <10 fs resolution, focusing with <2 kT/m strength, compression to ~100 fs as well as real-time switching between these modes of operation. The STEAM device demonstrates the feasibility of THz-based electron accelerators, manipulators and diagnostic tools enabling science beyond current resolution frontiers with transformative impact.
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Franz X. Kärtner, Dongfang Zhang, Arya Fallahi, Michael Hemmer, Moein Fakhari, Yi Hua, Huseyin Cankaya, Anne-Laure Calendron, Xiaojun Wu, Luis E. Zapata, and Nicholas H. Matlis "Terahertz generation and acceleration", Proc. SPIE 10917, Terahertz, RF, Millimeter, and Submillimeter-Wave Technology and Applications XII, 109170I (1 March 2019); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2517434
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