The SCAPA LWFA beamline

George K. Holt, Richard A. Aguiar, Giorgio Battaglia, Enrico Brunetti, James Feehan, Andrzej Kornaszewski, Wentao Li, Antoine Maitrallain, Grace G. Manahan, Lewis R. Reid, Mohammed Shahzad, Roman Spesyvtsev, Gregory Vieux, Samuel M. Wiggins, Dino Jaroszynski

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The Scottish Centre for the Application of Plasma based Accelerators situated at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK, is coming online. It comprises three radiation shielded concrete bunkers housing a total of seven beamlines and interaction chambers, each driven by one of a pair of high power Ti sapphire laser systems a 350 TW and a 40 TW.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 15 Sept 2019
EventEuropean Advanced Accelerator Concepts (EAAC2019) - Hotel Hermitage, Isola d’Elba, Italy
Duration: 15 Sept 201921 Sept 2019


ConferenceEuropean Advanced Accelerator Concepts (EAAC2019)
Abbreviated titleEAAC
CityIsola d’Elba


  • plasma based accelerators
  • Scottish Centre for the Application of Plasma based Accelerators (SCAPA)
  • beamlines
  • laser pulse optimisation
  • target metrology


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