Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator (BELLA) facility

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The Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator (BELLA) facility (formerly LOASIS) develops advanced accelerators and radiation sources. High gradient (1-100 GV/m) laser-plasma accelerators produce femtosecond-length electron bunches at GeV energies in centimeters, in progress towards  10 GeV and staged systems. Long-term, work aims to extend the reach of future high-energy-physics colliders. Nearer term applications are anticipated such as nuclear security, FELs, and cancer-treatment. Experiments are driven by state-of-the-art short pulse Ti:sapphire laser at 1 PW (BELLA), 60 TW and 10 TW, each with shielded target areas and diagnostics. Access is via collaboration.

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