Photon Collider Technology Overview

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The photon collider option requires the generation of large amounts of laser power to drive the Compton scattering. The selection of the superconducting RF for the baseline of the ILC makes a recirculating solution attractive. A baseline for a recirculating cavity for the photon collider has been developed by a team [1, 2] at DESY/Zeuthen and the Max Born Institute. Similar cavities at much lower scale are being developed for laser wire and Compton polarimeter applications. The current status of the laser technology and a proposal for future development are reviewed. The impact of the {gamma}{gamma} experiment on the accelerator ... continued below

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Gronberg, J July 28, 2005.

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The photon collider option requires the generation of large amounts of laser power to drive the Compton scattering. The selection of the superconducting RF for the baseline of the ILC makes a recirculating solution attractive. A baseline for a recirculating cavity for the photon collider has been developed by a team [1, 2] at DESY/Zeuthen and the Max Born Institute. Similar cavities at much lower scale are being developed for laser wire and Compton polarimeter applications. The current status of the laser technology and a proposal for future development are reviewed. The impact of the {gamma}{gamma} experiment on the accelerator and detector is also discussed.

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  • Presented at: The 2005 International Linear Collider Conference, Stanford, CA, United States, Mar 18 - Mar 22, 2005

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Gronberg, J. Photon Collider Technology Overview, article, July 28, 2005; Livermore, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc874782/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.