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Workshops on “ Instrumentation for Diagnostics and Control of Laser-accelerated Proton (Ion) Beams “. Paul R. Bolton, Quantum Beam Science Directorate, Kansai Photon Science Institute, Japan Atomic Energy Agency. Instrumentation development:

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Workshops on “ Instrumentation for Diagnostics and Control of

Laser-accelerated Proton (Ion) Beams “

Paul R. Bolton,Quantum Beam Science Directorate,Kansai Photon Science Institute,Japan Atomic Energy Agency

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Instrumentation development:

physical foundation for our lofty goals - establishes what we know experimentally

and why we believe it

companion development for new science & technology, complex machines & facilities (XFEL example)

still significant issues in Ion Beam Radiotherapy (IBRT) – eg. World Congress 2012 in Beijing:

Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering

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Instrumentation development:

physical foundation for our lofty goals - establishes what we know experimentally

and why we believe it

companion development for new science & technology, complex machines & facilities (XFEL example)

still significant issues in Ion Beam Radiotherapy (IBRT) – eg. World Congress 2012 in Beijing:

Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering

for laser-driven particle accelerator system: goal is ‘accelerator quality’

laser as an integrated component - source, diagnostics, controls

verify machine design

monitor & optimize performance

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Instrumentation development:

physical foundation for our lofty goals - establishes what we know experimentally

and why we believe it

companion development for new science & technology, complex machines & facilities (XFEL example)

still significant issues in Ion Beam Radiotherapy (IBRT) – eg. World Congress 2012 in Beijing:

Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering

for laser-driven particle accelerator system: goal is ‘accelerator quality’

laser as an integrated component - source, diagnostics, controls

verify machine design

monitor & optimize performance

ideally noninvasive, online, prompt readout (at rep-rate),

robust, single bunch/shot resolutions

correlate single laser pulse parameters with target state and single bunch parameters (at a rep-rate)

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Integrated Laser-driven Ion Accelerator System = ILDIAS (about accelerator quality)

ILDIAS

medical

applications:

-radiobiology

(cellular)

-tissue irradiation

-dosimetry

-imaging/radiography

-beam delivery

other

applications:

applications

laser/plasma-centric

accelerator-centric

ILDIAS concept distinguishes beam transport from application-specific delivery …

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Integrated Laser-driven Ion Accelerator System = ILDIAS (about accelerator quality)

ILDIAS

  • laser
  • systems:
  • -highest
  • peak power
  • (single shot)
  • rep-rated
  • systems

laser-plasma

studies:

-laser pulse

and target

parameters

-scaling

medical

applications:

-radiobiology

(cellular)

-tissue irradiation

-dosimetry

-imaging/radiography

-beam delivery

other

applications:

applications

laser/plasma-centric

accelerator-centric

ILDIAS concept distinguishes beam transport from application-specific delivery …

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Integrated Laser-driven Ion Accelerator System = ILDIAS (about accelerator quality)

ILDIAS

  • laser
  • systems:
  • -highest
  • peak power
  • (single shot)
  • rep-rated
  • systems

laser-plasma

studies:

-laser pulse

and target

parameters

-scaling

transport optics:

-collection

-collimation

-injection

-beamline R&D

-post-accel.

structures

medical

applications:

-radiobiology

(cellular)

-tissue irradiation

-dosimetry

-imaging/radiography

-beam delivery

other

applications:

applications

laser/plasma-centric

accelerator-centric

ILDIAS concept distinguishes beam transport from application-specific delivery …

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Integrated Laser-driven Ion Accelerator System = ILDIAS (about accelerator quality)

ILDIAS

  • laser
  • systems:
  • -highest
  • peak power
  • (single shot)
  • rep-rated
  • systems

laser-plasma

studies:

-laser pulse

and target

parameters

-scaling

targetry:

-conditioning

-motion &

positioning

-diagnostics

  • instrumentation:
  • diagnostics
  • (ion bunch, laser,
  • laser-plasma,
  • target state,
  • correlations…)
  • calibrations
  • -controls

transport optics:

-collection

-collimation

-injection

-beamline R&D

-post-accel.

structures

medical

applications:

-radiobiology

(cellular)

-tissue irradiation

-dosimetry

-imaging/radiography

-beam delivery

other

applications:

applications

laser/plasma-centric

accelerator-centric

ILDIAS concept distinguishes beam transport from application-specific delivery …

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“ Instrumentation for Diagnostics and Control of Laser-accelerated

Proton (Ion) Beams: First Workshop”

Back Row: Stuart Green, Martin Tolley, Markus Roth, Alessandro Flacco, Dario Giove, Paul Mckenna, Sargis Ter-Avetisyan, Sabine Reinhardt, Vincent Floquet, Carlo DeMartinis

Front Row: Julien Fuchs, Nick Dover, James Green, Ceri Brenner, Paul Bolton, David Neely, Rajendra Prasad, Ulrich Schramm, Giorgio Turchetti

Cosener’s House in Abingdon, UK ; August 9 &10, 2010

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First Workshop in 2010 was a good start

Diagnostics with Post-processing - RCF and Image Plates:

diagnostic features, limitations,

post-processing, dynamic range, calibration,

imaging spectroscopy (spatial and spectral resolutions),

dosimetry

Prompt, inline Diagnostics (rep-rated) – scintillators , CCD’s, MCP’s:

diagnostic features, calibration, limitations

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First Workshop in 2010 was a good start

Diagnostics with Post-processing - RCF and Image Plates:

diagnostic features, limitations,

post-processing, dynamic range, calibration,

imaging spectroscopy (spatial and spectral resolutions),

dosimetry

Prompt, inline Diagnostics (rep-rated) – scintillators , CCD’s, MCP’s:

diagnostic features, calibration, limitations

Spectrometry – Thomson:

design and detection features, multi-pinhole technique

comparison with RCF (imaging spectroscopy)

Correlated Plasma Diagnostics – TASRI (time and space resolved interferomtry with chirped probes)

electron density and temperature (hot and cold)

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First Workshop in 2010 was a good start

Diagnostics with Post-processing - RCF and Image Plates:

diagnostic features, limitations,

post-processing, dynamic range, calibration,

imaging spectroscopy (spatial and spectral resolutions),

dosimetry

Prompt, inline Diagnostics (rep-rated) – scintillators , CCD’s, MCP’s:

diagnostic features, calibration, limitations

Spectrometry – Thomson:

design and detection features, multi-pinhole technique

comparison with RCF (imaging spectroscopy)

Correlated Plasma Diagnostics – TASRI (time and space resolved interferomtry with chirped probes)

electron density and temperature (hot and cold)

Nuclear Activation:

imaging spectroscopy (stack detection (eg. 63Cu (p,n) 63Zn )

nuclear pyrometry (single foil detection)

features/application of autonomous PET

(micro)Targetry: integrate fabrication and metrology for state & positioning (rep-rate issues)

diverse approaches, adaptability, standards requirements

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First Workshop in 2010 was a good start

Facilities, Programs and Applications…..

PROMETHEUS program – LILIA experiment with FLAME laser (Frascati) and laser-injection

LIGHT @ GSI – Laser Ion Generation, Handling and Transport (injector project)

Instrumentation-Targetry at LIBRA (RAL/STFC) – Synergies for Laser-driven

Systems and Applications

“Opportunities and Challenges Arising from Laser-driven Particle Therapy” (Oxford)

“Dose-dependent Biological Damage of Tumor Cells by Laser-accelerated Proton Beams” (FZD)

Diagnostics at UH100 Facility (CEA/SPAM/PHI)

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First Workshop in 2010 was a good start

Facilities, Programs and Applications…..

PROMETHEUS program – LILIA experiment with FLAME laser (Frascati) and laser-injection

LIGHT @ GSI – Laser Ion Generation, Handling and Transport (injector project)

Instrumentation-Targetry at LIBRA (RAL/STFC) – Synergies for Laser-driven

Systems and Applications

“Opportunities and Challenges Arising from Laser-driven Particle Therapy” (Oxford)

“Dose-dependent Biological Damage of Tumor Cells by Laser-accelerated Proton Beams” (FZD)

Diagnostics at UH100 Facility (CEA/SPAM/PHI)

manuscript draft is in progress based on this material presented at the

First Workshop

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Second Workshop Program indicates an appropriate continuation of this focus

and healthy exchange…

- consider publishing additional new material based on this workshop

- consider website for workshop presentation slides and shared information

(similar to suggestions from the Abingdon meeting)

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Second Workshop Program indicates an appropriate continuation of this focus

and healthy exchange…

- consider publishing additional new material based on this workshop

- consider website for workshop presentation slides and shared information

(similar to suggestions from the Abingdon meeting)

we begin with a Special Thanks to Julien for Hosting the Second Workshop

Third Instrumentation Workshop in 2014 will be hosted by Markus Roth in Darmstadt (TUD)