The SPARX-FEL project is meant to provide ultra high peak brightness electron beams, with the energy ranging between 1.5-2.4 GeV, in order to generate FEL radiation in the 0.6-40 nm range. The construction will start with an upgrade of the existing SPARC  at 750 MeV, to reach in the near future 1.5 GeV; besides the basic S-band technology the C-band option is also presently under study. Both RF-compression and magnetic chicane techniques are foreseen to provide the suitable electron beam to each one of the three undulator systems which will generate VUV-EUV, Soft X-Rays and Hard X-rays radiation respectively. Dedicated beamlines will distribute the beam to the downstream undulators for applications in basic science and technology. In this paper we present the status of the project funded by the Italian Department of Research, MIUR, and by the local regional government, Regione Lazio, that foresees the construction of a user facility inside the Tor Vergata campus by collaboration among CNR, ENEA, INFN and the Università di Tor Vergata its.
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