Horizon 2020 EuPRAXIA design study

Walker, P A and Alesini, P D and Alexandrova, A S and Anania, M P and Andreev, N E and Andriyash, I and Aschikhin, A and Assmann, R W and Audet, T and Bacci, A and Barna, I F and Beaton, A and Beck, A and Beluze, A and Bernhard, A and Bielawski, S and Bisesto, F G and Boedewadt, J and Brandi, F and Bringer, O and Brinkmann, R and Bründermann, E and Büscher, M and Bussmann, M and Bussolino, G C and Chance, A and Chanteloup, J C and Chen, M and Chiadroni, E and Cianchi, A and Clarke, J and Cole, J and Couprie, M E and Croia, M and Cros, B and Dale, J and Dattoli, G and Delerue, N and Delferriere, O and Delinikolas, P and Dias, J and Dorda, U and Ertel, K and Ferran Pousa, A and Ferrario, M and Filippi, F and Fils, J and Fiorito, R and Fonseca, R A and Galimberti, M and Gallo, A and Garzella, D and Gastinel, P and Giove, D and Giribono, A and Gizzi, L A and Grüner, F J and Habib, A F and Haefner, L C and Heinemann, T and Hidding, B and Holzer, B J and Hooker, S M and Hosokai, T and Irman, A and Jaroszynski, D A and Jaster-Merz, S and Joshi, C and Kaluza, M C and Kando, M and Karger, O S and Karsch, S and Khazanov, E A and Khikhlukha, D and Knetsch, A and Kocon, D and Koester, P and Kononenko, O and Korn, G and Kostyukov, I and Labate, L and Lechner, C and Leemans, W P and Lehrach, A and Li, F Y and Li, X and Libov, V and Lifschitz, A and Litvinenko, V and Lu, W and Maier, A R and Malka, V and Manahan, G G and Mangles, S P D and Marchetti, B and Marocchino, A and Martinez De La Ossa, A and Martins, J L and Massimo, F and Mathieu, F and Maynard, G and Mehrling, T J and Molodozhentsev, A Y and Mosnier, A and Mostacci, A and Mueller, A S and Najmudin, Z and Nghiem, P A P and Nguyen, F and Niknejadi, P and Osterhoff, J and Papadopoulos, D and Patrizi, B and Pattathil, R and Petrillo, V and Pocsai, M A and Poder, K and Pompili, R and Pribyl, L and Pugacheva, D and Romeo, S and Rossi, A R and Roussel, E and Sahai, A A and Scherkl, P and Schramm, U and Schroeder, C B and Schwindling, J and Scifo, J and Serafini, L and Sheng, Z M and Silva, L O and Silva, T and Simon, C and Sinha, U and Specka, A and Streeter, M J V and Svystun, E N and Symes, D and Szwaj, C. and Tauscher, G and Thomas, A G R and Thompson, N and Toci, G and Tomassini, P and Vaccarezza, C and Vannini, M and Vieira, J M and Villa, F and Wahlström, C-G and Walczak, R and Weikum, M K and Welsch, C P and Wiemann, C and Wolfenden, J and Xia, G and Yabashi, M and Yu, L and Zhu, J and Zigler, A and Habib, Ahmad Fahim (2017) Horizon 2020 EuPRAXIA design study. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 874 (confer). 012029. ISSN 1742-6588

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    Abstract

    The Horizon 2020 Project EuPRAXIA ("European Plasma Research Accelerator with eXcellence In Applications") is preparing a conceptual design report of a highly compact and cost-effective European facility with multi-GeV electron beams using plasma as the acceleration medium. The accelerator facility will be based on a laser and/or a beam driven plasma acceleration approach and will be used for photon science, high-energy physics (HEP) detector tests, and other applications such as compact X-ray sources for medical imaging or material processing. EuPRAXIA started in November 2015 and will deliver the design report in October 2019. EuPRAXIA aims to be included on the ESFRI roadmap in 2020.