01
JUL
2015

Successful First Run with New Deflecting Cavity on VELA

The first commissioning with beam has been made with the new Transverse Deflecting Cavity on VELA. Use of this cavity allows the longitudinal properties of the electron beam to be resolved, thus it forms a key component in the suite of diagnostics tools on VELA to enable full 6-dimens
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24
APR
2015

PhD studentship:Ultrafast relativistic electron diffraction

Institution: University College London Dept/School/Faculty: Department of Physics and Astronomy PhD Supervisor: Dr J Underwood Ultrafast electron diffraction (ED) involves observing the changes in the electron diffraction pattern when the time delay between a pump laser pulse and a pr
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17
OCT
2011

£4M EU Project on Laser R&D will be coordinated by the Cockcroft Institute / University of Liverpool

The advancement of science and engineering in the past decades is inherently linked to the development of lasers. Ever higher laser beam powers, brightness and shorter pulse lengths have helped establish them as an invaluable tool for both a wide range of industry and medical applicat
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07
JUL
2011
Ultra Bright group photograph

Ultra High Bright Electron Sources Workshop

“Ultra-High Brightness Electron Sources” was held at the Cockcroft Institute, Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus from 29th June to 1st July 2011. The workshop was jointly organised by the Cockcroft Institute, Diamond Light Source Ltd., John Adams Institute, Institute
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