High average brightness electron beam production at Cornell University

Jared Maxson
2014 Proceedings of XVth International Workshop on Polarized Sources, Targets, and Polarimetry — PoS(PSTP2013)   unpublished
Cornell University operates a high average brightness electron photoinjector, using a 350kV DC photogun and a 1.3 GHz, 5 -15MeV booster linac, as a prototype injector for a 5 GeV Energy Recovery Linac based light source. Our most recent achievements will be described, including the production of world record high-average current from a photoinjector, and demonstration of low emittance. A new 500 kV DC photogun is now being commissioned and its status is reported.
doi:10.22323/1.182.0062 fatcat:awx3yg2gtzerlf5vx5mmlsizti