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.
REPORT Interim report on existing beam instrumentation at the Swiss
Light Source storage ring (MS25) / A. Streun, M. Böge, V. Schlott (PSI) WP6 / Task 6.1 This report describes the present status
of beam instrumentation and thus defines the base line from where the SVET work starts. TIARA-REP-WP6-2011-001 / 2011-05-06
REPORT Report on existing hardware limitations and needed upgrades of the storage ring of the Swiss Light Source (D6.1) / N. Milas, A. Streun (PSI); A. Andersson (MaxLab); Y. Papaphilippou, F. Antoniou (CERN) WP6 / Task 6.1 The existing instrumentation of the SLS storage ring has been described in the interim report. In this report, in the first part, we will summarize the results achieved so far and as presented recently, and in the second part, we will describe the upgrades in progress or in planning. TIARA-REP-WP6-2011-004 / 2011-10-20
REPORT Specification of emittance knobs (MS26) / M. Aiba, M. Böge, N. Milas, A. Streun (PSI); S. M. Liuzzo (INFN/LNF) WP6 / Task 6.2 This report will describe the methods for vertical emittance minimization which have been developed and applied up to now using the existing equipment. It thus mainly concludes the activities of task 6.2.2 "Specification of correction knobs and feedback algorithms for an automated correction of coupling, and algorithms for BBGA (beam-based girder alignment)". TIARA-REP-WP6-2012-008 / 2012-05-30
REPORT Specifications for the new SLS beam size monitor (D6.2) / N. Milas, M. Rohrer, A. Saa Hernandez, V. Schlott, A. Streun (PSI); A. Andersson, J. Breunlin (MaxLab) WP6 / Task 6.2 A new beam size monitor is going to be build in SLS in the context of the TIARA-WP6 collaboration. In the first section of this report the need of a new beam size monitor is justified, the main characteristics and improvements over the old one are listed, and the basic design is explained. In the second section several synchrotron radiation simulations studying the resolution for different wavelengths, different measuring methods, and the influence of alignment errors and surface errors on the toroidal mirror are presented. [...]
TIARA-REP-WP6-2012-015 / 2012-08-24