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SwissFEL is the new X-ray free electron laser facility planned at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland. Its baseline design aims to produce FEL pulses covering the wavelength range 1 Å to 70 Å. The design is with a total length of 700m relatively compact and therefore affordable on the scale of a national laboratory.
Two test facilities were built for SwissFEL, in order to develop new technologies and to test theoretical predictions and simulations. The first test facility, the Low Emittance Gun (LEG) is in operation since Spring 2009. The SwissFEL injector test facility was officially inaugurated on the 24th of August 2010.
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- SwissFEL website
- Current issues SwissFEL
- Inauguration SwissFEL injector test facility 24.08.2010
- Time schedule SwissFEL
- Consortium of national Free Electron Lasers in Europe (EuroFEL), funded by the European commission under FP7.
- PSI Bericht 09-10 Ultrafast Science at the Nanoscale: Science opportunities at the SwissFEL X-ray Laser.
- PSI Bericht 10-04 SwissFEL Conceptual Design Report
- PSI Bericht 10-05 SwissFEL Injector Conceptual Design Report: accelerator test facility for SwissFEL
- Brochure “SwissFEL Brilliant Prospects”