List of EuPRAXIA Work Packages supported by the EU design study

WP1: Project Management and Technical Coordination
WP Leader: Ralph Assmann (DESY)

WP Co-Leader: Arnd Specka (CNRS)

WP2: Physics and Simulation
WP Leader: Alban Mosnier (CEA) 

WP Co-Leader: Luis Oliveira e Silva (IST)

WP3: High Gradient Laser Plasma Accelerator Structure

WP Leader: Brigitte Cros (CNRS) 

WP Co-Leader: Zulfikar Najmudin (ICL)

WP4: Laser Design and Optimization
WP Leader: Leonida Antonio Gizzi (CNR) 

WP Co-Leader: Francois Mathieu (CNRS)

WP5: Electron Beam Design and Optimization
WP Leader: Enrica Chiadroni (INFN) 

WP Co-Leader: Antoine Chance (CEA)

WP6: FEL Pilot application
WP Leader: Marie-Emmanuelle Couprie (SOLEIL)  

WP Co-Leader: Giuseppe Dattoli (ENEA)

WP7: High Energy Physics and other Pilot Applications 
WP Leader: Arnd Specka (CNRS) 

WP Co-Leader: Roman Walczak (UOXF)

WP8: Outreach and Liaison
WP Leader: Carsten P. Welsch (ULIV) 

WP Co-Leader: Bernhard Hidding (USTRATH)

The project is structured into 14 work packages (WP) of which 8 are included into the EU design study.

List of EuPRAXIA Work Packages supported by in-kind contributions

​The resources for these work packages are offered by the partners of EuPRAXIA

WP9: Alternative e-Beam Driven Plasma Structure
WP Leader: Jens Osterhoff (DESY) 

WP Co-Leader: Massimo Ferrario (INFN)

WP10: Use of Other Novel Technologies
WP Leader: Ulrich Dorda (DESY) 

WP Co-Leader: Guoxing Xia (UMAN)

WP11: FEL Application Prototyping
WP Leader: Victor Malka (CNRS) and Agustin Lifschitz (CNRS)

WP Co-Leader: Andreas Maier (UHH)

WP12: Accelerator Prototyping and Experiments at Test Facilities
WP Leader: Rajeev Pattathil (STFC) 

WP Co-Leader: Andrea Mostacci (UROM)

WP13: Alternative Radiation Generation
WP Leader: Dino Jaroszinsky (USTRATH) 

WP Co-Leader: Zheng-Ming Sheng (USTRATH)

WP14: Hybrid Laser-Electron-Beam Driven Acceleration
WP Leader: Bernhard Hidding (USTRATH) 

WP Co-Leader: Alberto de la Ossa (DESY)

Structure of the EuPRAXIA Design Study. The blue background denotes the work packages funded by the EU.

Work packages