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High-Energy X-ray FELs:
Exploring the New Frontier of High-energy and
High-flux X-ray Free-Electron Lasers

July 9-11, 2019
Santa Fe, New Mexico


The High-Energy X-ray FEL Workshop will take place on July 9-11, 2019 at the beautiful Hilton Buffalo Thunder Resort, a venue well-known for its excellent conference facilities, its beautiful New Mexico vistas, and proximity to Santa Fe, Los Alamos as well as the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

The purpose of the conference is to gather subject matter experts such as yourself, and provide an opportunity to learn from one another and to discuss the latest technological advances in electron beams, X-ray optics and novel FEL interaction mechanisms that will enable the design of a high-energy X-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) in the energy range 40 – 100 keV.  This X-ray energy range is important for the future MaRIE XFEL to characterize the properties of high-Z materials in extreme environments. The main challenge is how to obtain a train of multiple sub-picosecond X-ray pulses, with each pulse containing a large number of penetrating high-energy X-ray photons, for dynamic materials science studies. Our goal for this workshop is to explore new concepts and advanced techniques that would enable the design of a high-flux, high-photon-energy X-ray FEL.

Registration Information:

Please note: LANL Attendee registration is for Los Alamos National Laboratory Employees and non-LANL Attendee is for non LANL employees,  please choose the appropriate choice based on employment.

The following meals are provided to non- LANL participants: Breakfast each day, one lunch Thursday, and beverages throughout the three-day conference (see registration page for further information)

The daily breakfasts and Thursday lunch (non-reimbursable) and beverages (reimbursable) are available for purchase to LANL participants with registration.

  • When

    Tuesday, July 9, 2019 - Thursday, July 11, 2019
    8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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