Call for Letters of Intent for new experiments at the VUV-FEL: Deadline April 1, 2006

The VUV-FEL at DESY, the first free-electron laser built for the vacuum-ultraviolet and soft X-Ray region, has started user operation in August 2005. Currently the FEL is working at 32 nm wavelength providing up to 150 pulses per second with GW peak power and a pulse duration between 20 and 50 fs. The facility should reach its full functionality within the next two years spanning a wavelength range from approximately 6.5 to 60 nm. You are invited to submit a Letter of Intent (LoI) for experiments at this new facility starting in summer 2007. The LoI must be submitted as pdf-file to HASYLAB before April 1, 2006