Time-resolved experiments at a diffraction limited storage ring
Present-day third-generation synchrotron radiation sources enable a wide range of experiments that exploit the time-structure of the radiation. These include time-of-flight measurements of secondary particles, the study of non-equilibrium phenomena via pump-probe-experiments and nuclear resonant scattering, covering scientific fields that range from the study of gas-phase interactions to the electronic and magnetic properties of correlated materials. All these experiments rely on the short bunch length and the bunch separation in the different operation modi of PETRA III.
In a diffraction-limited storage ring like PETRA IV, the bunch charge will have to be distributed more evenly over the circumference as compared to present-day sources in order to reach a diffraction-limited low emittance.
It is the goal of this workshop to discuss the timing properties that are required for the different fields of applications to make optimum use of PETRA IV. In the ideal case one wishes to compromise as few methods as possible while benefitting as many experiments as possible by combining timing and time-resolution with the outstanding properties of a diffraction limited storage ring.
Invited speakers include:
Ercan Alp (Argonne National Lab)
Christian Bressler (European XFEL GmbH)
Henry Chapman (CFEL - DESY)
Stefan Eisebitt (Max-Born-Institut)
Michael Meyer (European XFEL GmbH)
Michael Rübhausen (U Hamburg)
Tim Salditt (U Göttingen)
Markus Schoeffler (U Frankfurt/M.)
Gerd Schönhense (U Mainz)
Organized by Jens Viefhaus and Ralf Röhlsberger
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