PAL-XFEL: Past, Present, and Future
by Dr. Yong Woon Park (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, Pohang)
at XHQ ( E1.173 )
In this talk, the past, the present and the future of the PAL-XFEL project in Pohang (Korea) will be presented. PAL-XFEL lased for the first time on 14 June 2016 for a radiation wavelength of 0.5 nm. On 27 November 2016, the machine generated X-ray pulses for 0.144 nm wavelength. The performance and features of the machine, including the world-best time jitter of 20 fs, will be discussed. Besides the standard SASE operation, we are now ready to provide self-seeded light for a radiation wavelength of 0.15 nm. Moreover, in the near future we will construct one more undulator line at the hard X-ray undulator hall to generate isolated terawatt-attosecond X-ray pulses. The talk will also show the first studies on the application of artificial intelligence in the operation of PAL-XFEL.
Yong Woon Park (Yong Woon Parc in paper)
Ph. D. in 2008 at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), physics department.
Start to work at Pohang Accelerator Laboratory at 2012.
Interested Topics: Attosecond X-ray pulse generation, Application of the Artificial Intelligence to accelerator.
Host: Gianluca Geloni