Introduction to Optics and Lasers for Beam Instrumentation. / Gibson, Stephen.

Proceedings of the 2018 course on Beam Instrumentation for Particle Accelerators: Tuusula, Finland, 2–15 June 2018. ed. / Hermann Schmickler. Vol. CERN-ACC-2020-0010 CERN, 2020. p. 289-322.

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The versatility of optics enables the design of a wide range of elegant beam instrumentation. Multiple properties of particle beams can be precisely measured by various optical techniques, which include: direct sampling of optical radiation emitted from a charged particle beam; monitoring interactions with an optical probe such as a laserwire; and by electro-optic conversion of the beam signal with high-bandwidth fibre readout. Such methods are typically minimally-invasive and non-destructive, thus permitting diagnostics during accelerator operation without perturbation of the particle beam or risk of damage to the instrument. These proceedings summarise three CAS lectures that introduce the basic principles of optics relevant for instrumentation design, outline the key laser technologies and setups, and review the state-of-the-art in laser-based beam instrumentation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 2018 course on Beam Instrumentation for Particle Accelerators
Subtitle of host publicationTuusula, Finland, 2–15 June 2018
EditorsHermann Schmickler
PublisherCERN
Chapter9
Pages289-322
Number of pages33
VolumeCERN-ACC-2020-0010
Publication statusPublished - 27 Jul 2020
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