EUCLID RESEARCH

Projects

In the period since its founding, Euclid TechLabs LLC has established a reputation for its development of advanced dielectric materials for the particle accelerator and microwave communities. Our expertise includes:

  • Photoinjectors
  • Wakefield-based THz sources
  • High uniformity, low loss ceramics
  • Ferroelectrics
  • CVD diamond structures
  • Superconducting structures
  • Numerical modeling and simulation
  • Accelerator instrumentation and control

Much of our effort is directed towards particle acceleration technologies based on Dielectric Loaded Accelerator (DLA) structures. These devices use electromagnetic waves (typically in the 1-100 GHz frequency range) propagating in a dielectric cavity to accelerate electrons. There are numerous variations on this approach, depending on whether the cavity is powered by a drive beam or external rf source, the configuration of the cavity, and the properties of the dielectric(s) used for its construction.

A brief overview of DLA technology, "High Power Rf Generation by Relativistic Beams in Dielectric Structures", J. Appl. Phys. 84 663 (1998), is available here.

Selected current Projects

  • Staging for Wakefield Acceleration Experiment Hardware Development: Fast Kicker and High Power RF Delay Section
  • Diamond capillary development for plasma accelerator
  • High Power Tunable and Narrowband THz source
  • Flat Field Emitter Based on Ultrananocrystalline Diamond (UNCD) Film for SRF Technology
  • Dielectric Collimators for Linear Collider Beam Delivery
  • Multipactor Suppression in Dielectric Loaded Accelerating Structures
  • Single Crystal Diamond Compound Refractive Lenses
  • GHz Electron Buncher Compatible with Commercial TEMs for Stroboscopic Imaging

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