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Subrelativistic electron source for Dielectric Laser Acceleration, elements of design

@inproceedings{Babigeon2017SubrelativisticES,
  title={Subrelativistic electron source for Dielectric Laser Acceleration, elements of design},
  author={J. L. Babigeon},
  year={2017}
}
We describe and discuss solutions for an innovating sub-relativistic electron source, based on pulsed DC gun, including linear (1D) Field Emitter Array (FEA) associated immediately with Laser Dielectric Accelerator (DLA) stage. That setup is designed to avoid any standard accelerator component (electrostatic or magnetic macroscopic dipole ...) Parts of the diagnostics, including spectrometer and all diagnostics, are planned to rely on nano-structures. Then the entire setup -pulsed source, laser… 

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