A small beamline consisting of a Dresden EBIS-A as well as various ion optical elements and equipment for beam diagnostics was moved to laboratories of University of Hudderstfield for studies of novel accelerator techniques.
A Dresden EBIS-A Facility for Studies of Novel Accelerator Techniques
A small beamline consisting of DREEBIT's strongest room temperature ion source, the Dresden EBIS-A, a Wien filter, ion optical elements, and a diagnostic chamber including a fast Faraday cup, a retarding field analyser, and a pepper-pot emittance meter has been moved to a new accelerator laboratory at the University of Huddersfield. The equipment was formerly installed at SIEMENS laboratories in Erlangen, Germany. At its new location, the beamline will be used to study novel accelerator techniques.
An Ultra-Compact Version of DREEBIT's Standard Ion Irradiation Facility