Status Update of the European XFEL
|講演者||Mathieu OMET氏 (DESY)|
|連絡先||道園真一郎 (PHS 4641)|
The European X-ray Free Electron Laser (XFEL) at Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg, Germany is a user facility providing ultra-short hard and soft X-ray flashes with a high brilliance. During the last year many major project milestones have been achieved. These were beside others: reaching the design electron beam energy of 17.5 GeV, acceleration of bunch trains with design length of 2700 bunches trough all accelerator sections, first lasing at SASE2 and SASE3 beam lines as well as simultaneous self-amplified spontaneous emission (SASE) delivery at all three beam lines (SASE1 to SASE3). This talk gives an overview over the recent achievements, while elaborating on certain key aspects. Furthermore the current status including performance figures is presented. Beside this an outlook on planned activities and operation is given.