Installation of OSC experiment in IOTA

JJonathan Jarvis installs the apparatus for the for the OSC experiment on optical stochastic cooling in the Fermilab Integrable Optics Test Accelerator, known as IOTA, in November. The experiment uses infrared light emitted by electrons in an undulator magnet to sense and to adjust their positions and velocities. The goal is to demonstrate for the first time a significant increase in the density and therefore in the quality of charged particle beams using this principle. people, IOTA, accelerator science, accelerator Photo: Giulio Stancari

Jonathan Jarvis installs the apparatus for the OSC experiment on optical stochastic cooling in the Fermilab Integrable Optics Test Accelerator, known as IOTA, in November. The experiment uses infrared light emitted by electrons in an undulator magnet to sense and to adjust their positions and velocities. The goal is to demonstrate for the first time a significant increase in the density and therefore in the quality of charged particle beams using this principle. Photo: Giulio Stancari

Jarvis works on the installation. people, IOTA, accelerator science, accelerator Photo: Giulio Stancari

Jarvis works on the installation. Photo: Giulio Stancari

Jarvis works on the installation. people, IOTA, accelerator, accelerator science Photo: Giulio Stancari

Jarvis works on the installation. Photo: Giulio Stancari

Jamie Santucci works on the installation. people, IOTA, accelerator, accelerator science Photo: Giulio Stancari

Jamie Santucci works on the installation. Photo: Giulio Stancari

Santucci works on the installation. people, IOTA, accelerator, accelerator science Photo: Giulio Stancari

Santucci works on the installation. Photo: Giulio Stancari