Introduction. School. A high brightness electron accelerator and its particle beam physics experimental program (C. Pellegrini). Emittance growth in laser-driven rf electron guns. (K.J. Kim). One-dimensional theory of the free-electron laser amplifier: steady-state and superradiance (R. Bonifacio et al.). Selected topics in FELs (E.T. Scharlemann). High gradient accelerators for linear light sources (W.A. Barletta). Workshop. Linear collider regimes (U. Amaldi). The CLIC project and the design for an e+e- collider (S. van der Meer). Plasma assisted inverse free electron laser (J.L. Bobin). Radiation from fine, intense, self-focussed beams at high energy (W.A. Barletta and A.M. Sessler). The ELFA project: guidelines for a high gain FEL with short electron bunches (R. Bonifacio et al.). Posters. Tapering and self-tapering in a free electron laser amplifier (R. Bonifacio et al.). Bistability in free electron lasers (R. Bonifacio, F. Castelli and L. de Slavo Souza). Slippage and superradiance in a high-gain FEL: linear theory (R. Bonifacio, C. Maroli and N. Piovella). Three-dimensional effects by beat wave excitation in magnetoactive plasmas. (F. Esposito et al.). Propagation of a short rf pulse train in an iris-loaded waveguide (L. Ferrucci, C. Pagani and L. Serafini). Numerical integration of transient particle and field equations in axi-symmetrical cavities (L. Serafini et al.). Author index. Subject index.
During the past few years the physics and technology of charged particle beams on which electron-positron linear colliders in the TeV region, storage rings from synchrotron radiation sources and Free Electron Lasers are based, has seen a remarkable development. The purpose of this series of schools is to address the physics and technology issues of this field, train young people and at the same time provide a forum for discussions on recent advances for scientists active in this field. The subjects chosen for this first course reflect the recent interest in TeV electron positron colliders, the possibility offered by Free Electron Lasers to power them and the developments in the production of high brightness electron beams.
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Claudio Pellegrini pioneered the development of short wavelength free-electron lasers operating in the high gain regime. He was the first to propose the construction of an X-ray FEL (LCLS) using the SLAC linear accelerator. His group gave the first experimental demonstration of exponential gain in the Self Amplified Spontaneous Emission mode, now used by X-ray FELs.
University of California at Los Angeles