Synchrotron and Free electron laser Radiation: generation and application (SFR-2020)

Asia/Novosibirsk
Conference Hall (Budker INP)

Conference Hall

Budker INP

Lavrentiev av. 11, Novosibirsk 630090 Russia
Anton Nikolenko (Budker INP SB RAS)
Description

We inform you that the Conference will be held as scheduled, from 13 to 16 July in the online format.

The current situation forces us to change the conference format. We will make every effort to maintain the high standards typical of our conference. On the other hand, we suppose that videoconferencing will be common in brave new world, therefore, our conference presents a good chance to prepare.

The registration fee of the conference is canceled.

Please find the new detailed Conference information letter.

Important dates:

  • Registration of participants till 26 June
  • Uploading abstracts till 25 June
  • Informing participants on the report status till 1 July
  • Uploading presentations of oral reports (PPT or PDF) by 7 July
  • Deadline for uploading manuscripts prepared according to the rules of the journal: 16 July

We are pleased to announce that SFR-2020, the International Conference “Synchrotron and Free electron laser Radiation”: generation and application”, is planned to be held on July 13 – 16, 2020 at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia.  SFR-2020 continues the series of the Russian and International conferences on the application of synchrotron radiation held in Novosibirsk since 1975. The main focus of the conference will be fourth-generation SR sources with extremely low emittance and their applications. A satellite meeting, devoted to the status of Russian project of 4th generation lightsource "SKIF", is also planned.

The scientific program of the Conference covers the following themes:
− Status reviews and scientific programs of various SR and FEL centers;
− SR and FEL radiation sources, instrumentation, and experimental methods;
− SR and FEL application.

 The Conference will include invited and contributed oral and poster presentations. The Conference languages are English and Russian.

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Participants
  • Aleksandr Barannikov
  • Aleksandr Legkodymov
  • Aleksei Kolesnikov
  • Aleksey Arakcheev
  • Aleksey Lemzyakov
  • Alena Maratkanova
  • Alexander Berdyugin
  • Alexander Krasnov
  • Alexander Popov
  • Alexander Shkurinov
  • Alexander Shmakov
  • Alexander Sidorov
  • Alexander Syugaev
  • Alexander Vodopyanov
  • Alexandr Brodnikov
  • Alexandr Dolgikh
  • Alexandr Malikov
  • Alexandr Romanenko
  • Alexandra Vysotskaya
  • Alexey Ancharov
  • Alexey Bragin
  • Alexey Kirichenko
  • Alexey Nikitin
  • Alexey Semenov
  • Alexey Shatokhin
  • Alexey Tishchenko
  • Anastasiya Fedorenko
  • Anatoly Kiselev
  • Anatoly Melnikov
  • Anatoly Snigirev
  • Anatoly Titov
  • Andreas Förster
  • Andreas Stricker
  • Andrei Trebushinin
  • Andrey Bukhtiyarov
  • Andrey Darin
  • Andrey Shavorskiy
  • Anna Likhacheva
  • Anna Paulish
  • Anna Semerikova
  • Anton Kalinchenko
  • Anton Matveev
  • Anton Narikovich
  • Anton Nikolenko
  • Anton Reva
  • Arina Neustroeva
  • Artem Khegay
  • Artem Sklyarov
  • Artem Zorin
  • Boris Goldenberg
  • Boris Knyazev
  • Boris Tolochko
  • Christian Mammen
  • Daniil Karpunin
  • Danil Eselevich
  • Daria Sergeeva
  • Denis Ivlyushkin
  • Dmitrii Zverev
  • Dmitry Oshchepkov
  • Dmitry Sorokoletov
  • Ekaterina Ponomareva
  • Elena Khramova
  • Elena Reznikova
  • Eugene Vishnyakov
  • Evgeniy Chesnokov
  • Evgeniy Korotaev
  • Evgeny Ragozin
  • Evgeny Rotov
  • Fedor Darin
  • Fedor Ignatov
  • Fedor Kazantsev
  • G.A. Lyubas
  • Galina Semushkina
  • Gennady N. Kulipanov
  • Gleb Lyubas
  • Grigory Baranov
  • Haraid Schneider
  • Harald Reichert
  • Harald Reichert
  • Harald Schneider
  • Iakov Rakshun
  • Igor Dolbnya
  • Ildus Khasanov
  • Ilya Balash
  • Irina Boyarskikh
  • Ivan Kirichenko
  • Ivan Loboda
  • Ivan Lyatun
  • Ivan Rubtsov
  • Julia Sholokhova
  • Konstantin Kuper
  • Konstantin Ten
  • Konstantin Zolotarev
  • Kristina Shefer
  • Ksenia Yazovskikh
  • Lev Krasnoperov
  • Lev Shekhtman
  • Maksim Korobenkov
  • Maksim V. Kuzin
  • Marat Sharafutdinov
  • Maria Voevodina
  • Maxim Komlenok
  • Maxim Syrtanov
  • Mikhail Khodakov
  • Nataliya Erkhova
  • Nataliya Klimova
  • Natalya Baturina
  • Natalya Osintseva
  • Nikita Shadrin
  • Nikolay Mezentsev
  • Nikolay Razumov
  • NIKOLAY VINOKUROV
  • Oleg Kameshkov
  • Oleg Shevchenko
  • Olga Bulavchenko
  • Olga Chankina
  • Pavel Nikitin
  • Pavel Piminov
  • Pavel Zavertkin
  • Paw Kristiansen
  • Polina Medvedskaya
  • Roman Moryachkov
  • Sergey Arkhipov
  • Sergey Bogachev
  • Sergey Kazantsev
  • Sergey Khrushchev
  • Sergey Kuzin
  • Sergey Miginsky
  • Sergey Peltek
  • Sergey Rashchenko
  • Sergey Shevyrtalov
  • Serguei Molodtsov
  • Shamil Lachynov
  • Stanislav Serednyakov
  • Stefan Brandstetter
  • Svetlana Bannikova
  • Svetlana Lavrukhina
  • Svetlana Lyatun
  • Svetlana Trubina
  • Sviatoslav Kiselev
  • Tatiana Salikova
  • Tetsuya Ishikawa
  • ThiVanAnh Nguyen
  • Thomas Connolley
  • Timofey Tolmachev
  • Valentina Trunova
  • Valeriia Kukotenko
  • Valeriy Tsukanov
  • Vasiliy Popik
  • Vasily Gerasimov
  • Vitaliy Pilyugin
  • Vitaliy Shkaruba
  • Vitaly Kubarev
  • Vladimir Grinkevich
  • Vladimir Kriventsov
  • Vladimir Nazmov
  • Vladimir Pavelyev
  • Vladimir Pustovarov
  • Vladislav Borin
  • Vladislav Sklyarov
  • Xavier Rochet
  • Yan Zubavichus
  • Yaroslav Getmanov
  • Ye TAO
  • Young Uk Jeong
  • Yulia Choporova
  • Yulia Khatchenko
  • Zakhar Vinokurov
  • Александр Генцелев
    • 14:00 16:10
      SR and FEL sources and centers
      • 14:00
        Welcome speech from SSRC Director 10m
        Speaker: Gennady Kulipanov (Director of SSTRC)
      • 14:10
        Synchrotron radiation application in the BINP 30m

        The Siberian Siberian Synchrotron and Terahertz Radiation Center is the oldest Russian center for synchrotron radiation applications. The center combines the research efforts of numerous scientific groups, mostly from institutes of the Novosibirsk Scientific Center, as well as groups from institutes and universities of other Russian cities. The center provides research groups with access to most popular synchrotron radiation applications and research techniques. A big part of the activity is devoted to developing new original approaches for synchrotron radiation usage.
        The report covers activity on synchrotron radiation applications at the Siberian Synchrotron and Terahertz Radiation Center, as well as some bright results of recent research.

        Speaker: Konstantin Zolotarev (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics)
      • 14:40
        High Energy Photon Source (HEPS) and its current status 30m
        Speaker: Prof. Ye Tao (HEPS)
      • 15:10
        THz Gyrotrons: novelty, achievements and applications 30m

        THz Gyrotrons: novelty, achievements and applications

        Speaker: Mikhail Glyavin (IAP RAS)
      • 15:40
        Scientific opportunities at the first 4th generation high energy synchrotron radiation source 30m
        Speaker: Harald Reichert (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility)
    • 16:10 16:30
      Coffee break 20m
    • 16:30 18:30
      SR and FEL sources and centers
      • 16:30
        The Novosibirsk free electron laser facility 30m

        The Novosibirsk FEL facility includes three FELs operating in terahertz, far- and mid- infrared spectral ranges. It has rather long history but its potential is not fully revealed so far. The first FEL of this facility has been operating for users of terahertz radiation since 2004. It still remains being the world’s most powerful sources of coherent narrow-band radiation in its wavelength range (90 – 340 μm). The second FEL was commissioned in 2009. Now it operates in the range of 35 - 80 μm but in near future we plan to replace its undulator with a new one and its short wavelength boundary will be shifted down to 15 μm. The third FEL was commissioned in 2015 to cover the wavelength range of 5 – 20 μm. Its undulator comprises three separate sections. Such lattice suits very well to demonstrate the new off-mirror way of radiation outcoupling in FEL oscillator (so called electron outcoupling) which we also plan to do in near future. We also intend to improve the accelerator injection system. The result of this improvement will be increasing of the average electron beam current and consequently increasing of all three FELs radiation power. In this paper we present overview of the facility and discuss our recent achievements and future plans.

        Speaker: Dr Oleg Shevchenko (BINP)
      • 17:00
        Short-period undulators with electrostatic field 30m

        Due to strong sextupole corrections, the vertical dynamic aperture of low-emittance storage ring is rather small. Therefore, in-vacuum small-period undulators may provide high enough field. In particular, significant electrostatic field value can be obtained near electrodes. To eliminate the field emission, the high-field surfaces has to be at positive electric potential. In this paper we consider the feasibility of undulator using the comb of such electrodes. It worth noting that variable-period design may be rather simple for electrostatic undulators. Results of researches supported by RBRF grant 15-02-07776 were used in this work.

        Speaker: Prof. NIKOLAY VINOKUROV (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics)
      • 17:30
        Radiation stability and hyperfine mode structure of the terahertz NovoFEL 20m
        Radiation stability and hyperfine mode structure of the terahertz NovoFEL
        Speaker: Dr Vitaly Kubarev (BINP)
      • 17:50
        Electron outcoupling experiments at the NovoFEL facility 20m

        The electron outcoupling scheme was proposed for the high power FELs with optical cavities to avoid the power limitation due to overheating of the reflecting mirrors. This can be realized if the major part of radiation power is emitted at an angle to the optical axis. For this, the electron beam should be bunched and then slightly rotated in the undulator of the FEL.
        At the NovoFEL facility the electron outcoupling system is installed on the third FEL based on the multiturn energy recovery linac. It consists of three undulators, dipole correctors and two quadrupole lenses assembled between them. There are two different configurations of the system since the electrons can be deflected in either the second or the third undulator.
        The electron beam dynamics calculations, current experimental results and the planned experiments are discussed.
        Results of researches supported by RBRF grant 15-02-07776 were used in this work.

        Speaker: Dr Yaroslav Getmanov (Budker INP)
      • 18:10
        Superconducting 3 Tesla 54-pole indirect cooling wigglers with a period of 48 mm for Kurchatov Synchrotron Radiation Source 20m

        Two identical 54-pole indirect cooling wigglers with a 3 Tesla magnetic field and a period of 48 mm were designed and manufactured by ВINP SB RAS as the insertion devices for X-rays generation on the Kurchatov Synchrotron Radiation Source. After being delivered to the Kurchatov Institute these wigglers were tested in 2019 with a full test cycle to demonstrate operating parameters and installed on the storage ring for commissioning with electron beam. The main features of magnetic and cryogenic system design and tests results of these superconducting insertion devices capable of autonomous operation for a long time on the storage ring without maintenance and consumption of liquid helium are presented.

        Speaker: Vitaliy Shkaruba (BINP)
  • Wednesday, 15 July
    • 12:00 14:00
      Poster Session