Session H4: Invited Session: Science Diplomacy: Accelerator Based Science in Korea

10:45 AM–12:33 PM, Sunday, April 1, 2012
Room: International Ballroom North

Sponsoring Units: DPB FIP
Chair: Kwang-Je Kim, Argonne National Laboratory

Abstract ID: BAPS.2012.APR.H4.3

Abstract: H4.00003 : Synchrotron Radiation and X-ray FEL Projects in Korea

11:57 AM–12:33 PM

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Author:

  M.H. Cho
    (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, POSTECH, Pohang, S. Korea)

There are two on-going major projects in Pohang Accelerator Laboratory (PAL), the PLS-II light source upgrade and the construction of PAL-XFEL facility. PLS-II is a new light source upgraded from PLS(Pohang Light Source) which had been operated for 16 years from 1995 and shut down in Dec. 2010. The performance will be improved from ``18.9 nm-rad, 2.5 GeV, and 200 mA'' to ``5.8 nm-rad, 3 GeV, and 400 mA'' using three superconducting RF cavities. The old storage ring has been completely dismantled and new DBA ring has been re-installed in the same tunnel within 6 months, and is under commissioning now. The unique feature of PLS-II is the compact employment of 20 insertion-devices including 14 in-vacuum undulators. The PALXFEL is a 0.1-nm hard X-ray FEL construction project started in 2011 and to compete in 2014 with a total budget of 400 M{\$}. The PAL-XFEL is designed to have hard X-ray undulator lines at the end of 10-GeV linac, and a dog-leg branch line at 2.65 GeV point for a soft X-ray undulator line simultaneously and independently from hard X-ray FEL undulator line. The overview of two projects with current status is presented.

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