The CLASSE machine shop is currently manufacturing two double helical undulator magnets. These will test the magnetic field properties of an undulator used for optical stochastic cooling. The ultimate goal of this process is to enhance the luminosity of particle colliders like the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Watch Part One of a series of videos that will follow the progress of this project.
For more background on the project check out this article: Cool Calm and Collected, Rubin and CESR Team Aim to Cool Beam with Optical Stochastic Cooling