All the papers should acknowledge the EU funding in the following way: The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Commission under the FP7-INFRASTRUCTURES-2010-1/INFRA-2010-2.2.11 project TIARA (CNI-PP).
Grant agreement no 261905.
CONFERENCE PAPER SLS Vertical emittance tuning (IPAC11) / M. Böge, M. Aiba, N. Milas, A. Streun (PSI); S. M. Liuzzo (INFN/LNF) WP6 / To establish ultra-small vertical emittances (<1 pm.rad at 2.86 GeV) is one important aim of future linear collider damping ring optimization studies (In January 2011, the EU-project TIARA (Test Infrastructure and Accelerator Research Area) started with contributions from the SLS as part of the SVET (SLS Vertical Emittance Tuning) work package WP6 .) at the SLS.[...] TIARA-CONF-WP6-2011-002 / 2011-09-04
CONFERENCE PAPER Tests of low emittance tuning techniques at SLS and DAFNE (IPAC12) / S.M. Liuzzo, M.E. Biagini, P. Raimondi (INFN/LNF); M. Aiba, M. Böge (PSI) WP6 / The SuperB collider design is based on extremely low emittances, comparable to those of synchrotron light sources. A Low Emittance Tuning (LET) algorithm was developed for SuperB and has been tested last year at DIAMOND. This paper will report on the results of the application of LET to SLS (PSI) and DAFNE (LNF) in order to compare and confirm the previous results. TIARA-CONF-WP6-2012-002 / 2012-06-21
CONFERENCE PAPER Preparation of SLS for IBS measurements (IPAC12) / N. Milas, M. Aiba, M. Böge, A. Lüdeke, A. Saa Hernandez, A. Streun (PSI); F. Antoniou, Y. Papaphilippou (CERN) WP6 / It is planned to use the Swiss Light Source (SLS) for testing damping ring issues related to linear colliders. One aspect is the study of Intra-Beam Scattering (IBS) effects, which are a limiting factor for ultra-low emittance rings. In this paper we present the setup and characterization of a new mode of operation in which the SLS runs at lower energy (1.57 GeV) with a natural emittance of 2.4 nm rad. TIARA-CONF-WP6-2012-003 / 2012-06-21
CONFERENCE PAPER Design and expected performance of the new SLS beam size monitor (IBIC12) / N. Milas, M. Rohrer, A. Saa Hernandez, V. Schlott, A. Streun (PSI); A. Andersson, J. Breunlin (MaxLab) WP6 / The vertical emittance minimization campaign at SLS, realized in the context of the TIARA WP6, has already achieved the world's smallest vertical beam size of 3.6 micrometer, corresponding to a vertical emittance of 0.9 pm, in a synchrotron light source. The minimum value reached for the vertical emittance is only about five times larger than the quantum limit of 0.2 pm. [...] TIARA-CONF-WP6-2012-005 / 2012-10-16