Documentation

Useful documents related to the HED instrument

  • Conceptual Design Report: Scientific Instrument HED

    May 2013, XFEL.EU TN-2013-003, doi:10.3204/XFEL.EU/TR-2013-003

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  • Technical Design Report: Scientific Instrument High Energy Density Physics (HED)

    July 2014, XFEL.EU TR-2014-001, doi:10.3204/XFEL.EU/TR-2014-001

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  • Strahlenschutzmaßnahmen für den Betrieb des UHI-Laser am HED Instrument

    Technical Note (2014), T Tschentscher (in German)

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  • Photon beam properties at the European XFEL

    September 2011, TR-2011-006, doi:10.3204/DESY11-152

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  • UM2016 presentations

    All presentations given by HED Group Leader Ulf Zastrau at the 2016 European XFEL Users' Meeting (2.9 MB, en)

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  • HED/HIBEF satellite meeting presentations during UM2016

    All presentations given at the HED/HIBEF satellite meeting on 27 January 2016 (7.0 MB, en)

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  • HED/HIBEF satellite meeting presentations during UM2017

    Summary of all presentations given by the HED group at the UM2017 satellite meeting on 24 January 2017 (4.9 MB, en)

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  • Conceptual Design Report: Dynamic Laser Compression Experiments at the HED Instrument of European XFEL

    Since the publication of the conceptual design report (CDR) for the High Energy Density Science (HED) instrument at the European XFEL in 2013, it has become clear that a community-wide discussion for shock and ramp compression experiments at the HED instrument is needed. The HED group at European XFEL and the Helmholtz International Beamline for Extreme Fields at the European XFEL user consortium (HIBEF UC) agreed to do this together. This CDR on dynamic laser compression experiments at HED was drafted prior to the Dynamic Laser Compression workshop that was held on 12–14 September 2016 at European XFEL, where the CDR served as an outline for the presentations. Both the CDR drafting and the workshop programme were organized by Malcolm McMahon (for the HIBEF UC) and Ulf Zastrau (for European XFEL). An international team of contributing authors assembled this CDR and presented it to the entire community at the workshop. (31.0 MB, en)

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